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INTERCONTENTAL CUP

Estudiantes - AC Milan: the most violent game in football history - in pictures

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: DIARIO AS DIARIO AS

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The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: EL GRAFICO DIARIO AS

Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: DIARIO AS DIARIO AS

Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: DIARIO AS DIARIO AS

Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: DIARIO AS DIARIO AS

Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

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Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

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Update:

The most violent game in football history

On 22 October 1969, the Intercontinental Cup final return leg between Estudiantes and AC Milan took place at La Bombonera - it is widely considered the most violent episode in football history. Milan had won the first leg 3-0 at San Siro and Estudiantes turned the final around, winning the return 4-0 but the match ended in an all-out scrap, with numerous injuries and three Argentine players arrested. Milan's Néstor Combin ended with a broken nose and fractured cheek bone.

Photo: DIARIO AS DIARIO AS

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