Such a day as today won the first Intercontinental Cup

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NEWS | 09/04/2019

Real Madrid premiered its record as world champion against Peñarol in 1960.

On September 4, 1960, the Real Madrid champion of the first Intercontinental Cup against the Peñarol of Montevideo was proclaimed. The whites beat the winner of the Copa Libertadores in a double match eliminator. The first leg was played at the home of the Uruguayans and both teams tied to zero.

The return at the Bernabéu was totally different and the Real Madrid prevailed with solvency before his fans by 5-1. The whites had a great start and in the first ten minutes they scored three goals. Puskas, twice, and Say Stefano, by deflecting a shot from the Hungarian, they made these goals. The result was completed later by Herrera and Gento.

7 times world champion

59 years later, the Real Madrid It has seven world champion trophies: three achieved with the Intercontinental Cup format and four with the current Club World Cup. The last was the one achieved last December in the United Arab Emirates.

5-Real Madrid: Dominguez, Marquitos, Santamaría, Pachín, Vidal, Zárraga, Herrera, Del Sol, Di Stéfano, Puskas and Gento.
1-Peñarol: Maidana, Pino, William Martínez, Majewski, Salvador, Aguerre, Cubilla, Linazza, Hohberg, Spencer and Borges.

1-0 (min. 3): Puskas.
2-0 (min. 4): Say Stefano.
3-0 (min. 9): Puskas.
4-0 (min. 44): Blacksmith.
5-0 (min. 51): Gento.
5-1 (min. 66): Spencer.

Referee: Ken Aston (England).
Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu.

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