Chelsea 3-2 Leicester City (1964-65 League Cup Final 1st Leg)

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1965 League Cup Final
1965 League Cup Final programme 1st leg.jpg
0Scoreline Chelsea 3-2 Leicester City
0Date 15 March 1965
0Competition League Cup
0Referee Jim Finney
0Stadium Stamford Bridge
0Attendance 20,690

Chelsea faced holders Leicester City in the 1965 League Cup Final, which was contested over two legs. It was the fifth time the competition had been staged, and Chelsea were seeking to become the first London side to win it in their third appearance in the competition.

Match review

The first leg took place on 15 March 1965 at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea twice took the lead in the match, first through Bobby Tambling and then a Terry Venables penalty, but Leicester equalised on both occasions via Colin Appleton and Jimmy Goodfellow. With ten minutes remaining, Chelsea's Eddie McCreadie received the ball on the edge of his own penalty area and went on a sixty yard run, dribbling past several Leicester players before slotting the ball past goalkeeper Gordon Banks, giving Chelsea a 3-2 advantage to take to Filbert Street for the second leg.







Match details

15 March 1965
7.30 pm
Chelsea 3 - 2 Leicester City Venue: Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 20,690
Referee: Jim Finney
Tambling Goal 33'
Venables Goal 70' (p)
McCreadie Goal 81'
Appleton Goal 46'
Goodfellow Goal 75'
CHELSEA:
1 Peter Bonetti
2 Marvin Hinton
3 Ron Harris
4 John Hollins
5 Allan Young
6 John Boyle
7 Bert Murray
8 George Graham
9 Eddie McCreadie
10Terry Venables (c)
11Bobby Tambling
Manager:
Tommy Docherty
LEICESTER CITY:
1 Gordon Banks
2 John Sjoberg
3 Richard Norman
4 Len Chalmers
5 Ian King
6 Colin Appleton
7 William Hodgson
8 Graham Cross
9 Jim Goodfellow
10David Gibson
11Tom Sweenie
Manager:
Matt Gillies

Road to the Final

Season Day Date Month Year Round Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1964-65Wed23Sep19642nd RoundBirmingham CityAwayWon3-0
1964-65Mon26Oct19643rd RoundNotts CountyHomeWon4-0
1964-65Wed11Nov19644th RoundSwansea TownHomeWon3-2
1964-65Wed25Nov19645th RoundWorkingtonAwayDrew2-2
1964-65Wed16Dec19645th Round ReplayWorkingtonHomeWon2-0
1964-65Wed20Jan1965Semi Final 1st LegAston VillaAwayWon3-2
1964-65Wed10Feb1965Semi Final 2nd LegAston VillaHomeDrew1-1(4-3 aggregate)


League Cup
Seasons:01960–611961–62 • 1962–63 • 1963–641964–651965–661966–671967–681968–691969–701970–711971–721972–731973–741974–751975–761976–771977–781978–791979–801980–811981–821982–831983–841984–851985–861986–871987–881988–891989–901990–911991–921992–931993–941994–951995–961996–971997–981998–991999–002000–012001–022002–032003–042004–052005–062006–072007–082008–092009–102010–112011–122012–132013–142014–152015–162016–17
Finals: 1965 (1st leg2nd leg) • 197219982005200720082015
1964-65 season
First Division:
Wolves (A)Aston Villa (H)Sunderland (H)Aston Villa (A)Leicester (A)Sheff Wed (H)Fulham (H)Sheff Wed (A)
Leeds Utd (H)Arsenal (A)Man Utd (H)Blackburn (H)Nottm Forest (A)Stoke (H)Tottenham (A)Burnley (H)Sheff Utd (A)
Everton (H)Birmingham (A)West Ham (H)West Brom (A)Wolves (H)Sunderland (A)Blackpool (H)Leicester (H)Fulham (A)
Leeds Utd (A)Arsenal (H)Blackburn (A)Nottm Forest (H)Stoke (A)Tottenham (H)Man Utd (A)Sheff Utd (H)Everton (A)
Birmingham (H)West Ham (A)Liverpool (H)West Brom (H)Liverpool (A)Burnley (A)Blackpool (A)
FA Cup:
3rd round: Northampton | 4th round: West Ham | 5th round: Tottenham | QF: Peterborough | SF: Liverpool
League Cup:
2nd Round: Birmingham | 3rd round: Notts County | 4th round: Swansea | QF: WorkingtonReplay
SF: Aston Villa 1st Leg2nd Leg | Final: Leicester City 1st Leg2nd Leg

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