Match No. 195 - Wednesday, 14th November 1934, 2:30pm
- Assist: Cliff Britton. "A free-kick was awarded to England, and Britton placed the ball in the goalmouth for Brook to head it through." Eric Brook6th of 10 goals, 3'
- "Another free-kick was given just outside the penalty area, and Brook was given another chance. He shot again with his left foot and, this time, Ceresoli had no chance of saving." Eric Brook7th of 10 goals, 10'
- "a movement on the right wing had given Drake the chance to hook the ball into the net to give England her third goal." Ted Drake1st of 6 goals, 12'
- Frank MossArsenal, 4th of 4 caps
25 years, 0 months, 9 days
- George MaleArsenal, 1st of 19 caps
24 years, 6 months, 6 days
- Eddie HapgoodArsenal, 9th of 30 caps
26 years, 1 month, 20 days (c)1st captaincy
- Jack BarkerDerby, 2nd of 11 caps
27 years, 8 months, 15 days
- Wilf CoppingArsenal, 7th of 20 caps
27 years, 2 months, 28 days
- Ray BowdenArsenal, 2nd of 6 caps
25 years, 2 months, 1 day
- Ted DrakeArsenal, 1st of 5 caps
22 years, 2 months, 29 days
- Cliff BastinArsenal, 9th of 21 caps
22 years, 8 months, 0 days
- Eric BrookMan City, 10th of 18 caps
26 years, 11 month, 17 days
- Giuseppe Meazza, 58'
- Giuseppe Meazza, 62'
- Carlo CeresoliCarlo Ceresoli.
Born 14th Jun 1910, Italy.
- Eraldo MonzeglioEraldo Monzeglio.
Born 5th Jun 1906, Vignale Monferrato.
- Luigi AllemandiLuigi Allemandi.
Born 8th Nov 1903, San Damiano Macra.
- Attilio FerrarisAttilio Ferraris.
Born 26th Mar 1904, Rome.
- Luis MontiLuis Felipe Monti.
Born 15th May 1901, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Luigi BertoliniLuigi Bertolini.
Born 13th Sep 1904, Busalla.
- Enrique GuaitaEnrique Guaita.
Born 11th Jul 1910, Lucas González, Argentina.
- Pietro SerantoniPietro Serantoni.
Born 12th Dec 1906, Venice.
- Giuseppe MeazzaGiuseppe Meazza.
Born 23rd Aug 1910, Milan.
- Giovanni FerrariGiovanni Vincenzo Ferrari.
Born 6th Dec 1907, Alessandria.
- Raimundo OrsiRaimundo Bibiani Orsi.
Born 2nd Dec 1901, Avellaneda, Argentina.
- The Battle of HighburyLuis Monti broke his foot tackling Ted Drake directly after kickoff and the remaining Italians were adamant that it was deliberate.
They spent the rest of the first half seeking retribution rather than playing football. Hapgood had his nose broken, perhaps by a stray Italian elbow and had to leave the field for treatment.
He didn't return until England had scored their 3rd goal some 15 minutes later.
Injuries to Brook (broken arm), Bowden (ankle), Barker (hand) and Drake (gashed leg) were accompanied by other various cuts and brusies all round.
The second half was much quieter, mostly because the Italians came out to actually play some football - which was scintillating at times. They scored two goals and nearly equalised.
- Club RecordSeven Arsenal players appeared which is still a record at full international level.
- Missed Penalty: Eric Brook1st miss from 1st taken (0.0%). England's 16th overall. "In the first minute of the match Drake broke through and was brought down in the penalty area [by Ceresoli]. Brook took the kick, and his shot was brilliantly saved by Ceresoli"
- Player MilestoneFrank Moss' Last Cap
- Player MilestoneGeorge Male's 1st Cap
- Player MilestoneTed Drake's 1st Cap
- Goal MilestoneTed Drake's 1st Goal
- The Times "England beat Italy", Thursday 15th November 1934, Page 6 & 14
- Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio
- The Guardian "Italian Footballers Lose; England score three goals in first fifteen minutes", Thursday 15th November 1934, page 4.
- Sweden Otto Olsson
- No change in rank, gaining 8 ranking points to 2015 points England - 3rd
- Italy - 1st