Scottish Programme of the Day 16th April
On this day in 1969,
The Germans took the lead through Gerd Muller in 39 minutes, and comfortably rebuffed
The draw resuscitated
In the finals in
The teams were:
Scotland: Tommy Lawrence (Liverpool); Tommy Gemmell (Celtic) and Eddie McCreadie (Chelsea); Bobby Murdoch (Celtic), Ron McKinnon and John Greig (both Rangers); Jimmy Johnstone (Celtic), captain Billy Bremner (Leeds United), Denis Law (Manchester United), Alan Gilzean (Tottenham Hotspur) and Bobby Lennox (Celtic) who was substituted by Chelseas Charlie Cooke in 63 minutes.
West Germany: Horst Wolter (Eintracht Brunswick) (substituted by Sepp Maier (Bayern Munich) at half time); Berti Vogts (Borussia Munchengladbach) and Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (AC Milan); Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich), Willi Schulz (Hamburg) and Bernd Patze (TSV Munich); Bernd Dorfel (Eintracht Brunswick), Helmut Haller (Juventus), Gerd Muller (Bayern Munich), Wolfgang Overath (Cologne) (substituted by Max Lorenz (Werder Bremen) after 79 minutes) and Sigi Held (Borussia Dortmund).
The referee was Juan Gardeazabal from
SFA issued their familiar format 24 large page programme, printed in black and red on gloss paper. Contents included a
welcome in two languages from SFA President Peter Scott, an article by the DfB Press Officer and two pages of pen pictures and head-and-shoulder
photos of the German players. In the centre pages were teams in
There were three major adverts, for Scotsport, Pringle and Gold Crest cigarettes