Match details

Arsenal 0 - 1 Liverpool

Game date: Saturday 15 February 1964 at 15:15 Stadium: Highbury
Competition: FA Cup 5th round Attendance: 61,295
Half - time score: 0 - 1 Referee: Taylor JK
Manager: Bill Shankly Opposition manager: Billy Wright
   

Opposition lineup

Jim Furnell, Jimmy Magill, Billy McCulloch, Vic Groves, Ian Ure, John Snedden, John McLeod, Geoff Strong, Joe Baker, George Eastham, George Armstrong

Notes

- Roger Hunt missed a penalty on 90'
- Average age of the Liverpool starting lineup: 24.74
- Average age of the Arsenal starting lineup: 25.38
- Jim Furnell, former LFC keeper saved the penalty from Hunt who didn't take another penalty for Liverpool.
- Joe Baker was late with a challenge on Ron Yeats and both players got sent off. Yeats finished on the turf with a cut above his eye. Yeats wasn't too pleased about his only sending-off in his Liverpool career after the game: "I have never struck a player in eight years and I never will. If I hit anyone I would expect to be sent off. But I swear I never hit him. I asked the referee if I had had hit myself to get my cut and bleeding eye, but he would not listen."

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