Argentina vs. France Match Report – Tuesday July 15, 1930

FIFA World Cup (Group stage)
Argentina
1
Manager: Francisco Olazar
France
0
Manager: Raoul Caudron
Tuesday July 15, 1930, 16:00 (venue time)
FIFA World Cup (Group stage)
Argentina vs. France Historical Head-to-Head
 
Attendance: 23,409
Venue: Parque Central, Montevideo (Neutral Site)
Officials: Gilberto Rego (Referee) · Ulises Saucedo (AR1) · Constantin Radulescu (AR2)
Luis Monti · 81’

Match Summary

Kick Off
Half Time
 81’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0

Team Stats

Cards

Argentina Player Stats

Argentina Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Pedro Arico SuárezMF22-0409000000
Ángel BossioGK25-0719000000
Roberto CherroFW,MF23-1429000000
José Della TorreDF24-1149000000
Juan EvaristoDF,MF28-0259000000
Mario EvaristoDF,MF21-2179000000
Manuel FerreiraFW24-2669000000
Luis MontiDF,MF29-0619010000
Ramón MuttisDF31-1259000000
Natalio PerinettiFW29-1999000000
Francisco VaralloFW20-1609000000
11 Players99010000

Argentina Goalkeeper Stats

Argentina Goalkeeper Stats Table
Shot Stopping
Player Age Min SoTA GA Saves Save%
Ángel Bossio25-07190

France Player Stats

France Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Marcel CapelleDF25-2169000000
Augustin ChantrelDF,MF23-2469000000
Edmond DelfourFW,MF22-2569000000
Marcel LangillerFW22-0439000000
Lucien LaurentFW,MF22-2179000000
Ernest LibératiFW,MF24-1159000000
André MaschinotFW27-0179000000
Étienne MattlerDF24-2029000000
Marcel PinelDF,FW22-0079000000
Alex ThépotGK23-3509000000
Alexandre VillaplaneMF24-3069000000
11 Players99000000

France Goalkeeper Stats

France Goalkeeper Stats Table
Shot Stopping
Player Age Min SoTA GA Saves Save%
Alex Thépot23-35090

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