Scotland v Yugoslavia, 22 June 1974

Score1-1
RefereeAlfonso Gonzalez Archundia
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Finals group 2
VenueWaldstadion, Wegberg
Attendance56,000
Kick-off: 16:00 Local (15:00 BST) With Brazil, Yugoslavia and Scotland drawing all their games against each other, it was decided by the number of goals these three teams scored when defeating Zaire. Yugoslavia hammered the African nation 9–0, equalling a finals record for the largest margin of victory. Brazil beat them 3–0. Scotland could only manage a 2–0 margin, and so were edged out of the tournament on goal difference. Scotland became the first ever country to be eliminated from a World Cup Finals without having lost a match.

1  Scotland

Manager: Willie Ormond

1  Yugoslavia

Manager: Miljan Miljanic

Goals:

Joe Jordan 88 G

Goals:

Stanislav Karasi 81 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David Harvey
Defender Martin Buchan
Defender David Hay
Defender Jim Holton
Defender Sandy Jardine
Defender Danny McGrain
Midfielder Billy Bremner (captain)
Midfielder Willie Morgan
Forward Kenny Dalglish
Forward Joe Jordan
Forward Peter Lorimer

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Enver Maric
Defender Ivan Buljan
Defender Enver Hadziabdic
Defender Josip Katalinski
Midfielder Jovan Acimovic
Midfielder Branko Oblak
Midfielder Ilija Petkovic
Forward Dusan Bajevic
Forward Dragan Dzajic (captain)
Forward Ivan Surjak

Substitutions:

Tommy Hutchison for Kenny Dalglish 66

Substitutions:

Stanislav Karasi for Dusan Bajevic 72

Cards:

Joe Jordan 60 Y
David Hay 70 Y

Cards:

Branko Oblak 24 Y
Josip Katalinski 55 Y
Dusan Bajevic 70 Y

On the bench:

Midfielder Tommy Hutchison

On the bench:

Comments:

Input amendment [06.05.2012]: David Hay added to Scotland starting line-up.