Liverpool  3 - 0  Slask Wroclaw (Poland)      
Wednesday 10 December 1975 19:30 UEFA Cup 3rd Round 2nd Leg
Liverpool Slask
3 - 0  (1-0)
 Case 22, 30, 46  
  1  Ray Clemence
  2  Phil Neal
  3  Tommy Smith
  4  Phil Thompson
  5  Ray Kennedy
  6  Emlyn Hughes
  7  Kevin Keegan
  8  Brian Hall
  9  Jimmy Case
 10  John Toshack
 11  Ian Callaghan

 13  Peter McDonnell
 12  Peter Cormack
 14  Brian Kettle
 15  Max Thompson
 16  Terry McDermott
    1  Zygmunt Kalinowski
  2  Marian Balcerzak
  3  Henryk Kowalczyk
  4  Krzysztof Karpinski
  5  Jan Erlich
  6  Mieczyslaw Kopycki
  7  Tadeusz Pawlowski
  8  Roman Faber
  9  Zygmunt Garlowski (c)
 10  Mieczyslaw Olesiak
 11  Janusz Sybis

 14  Jуzef Kwiatkowski
 15  Tadeusz Wanat
 Kennedy (Cormack 46)  Faber (Tadeusz Wanat 25)
 Olesiak (Kwiatkowski 60)
Referee: Cesare Gussoni Linesmen: Antonio Falasca (Red Flag), Maurizio Mattei (Orange Flag) (all Italy)
 Booked:  Booked:
Anfield (capacity 56,000)
Attendance: 17,886
Bob Paisley (Liverpool)
Wladyslaw Zmuda (Slask)

 Price: 10 pence


  - Slask used home kits: white  shirt & green shorts & white socks.

    The match belonged to 21-year-old Jimmy Case, who plundered his first senior hat-trick as the Reds eased into the quarter-finals. The Poles, one down from the first leg, never looked capable of reviving their cause and Clemence was a virtual spectator throughout the proceedings. Toshack, with whom Wroclaw could never cope, created the first goal, touching it to Case, who wrong-footed a defender before shooting firmly just inside a post from 15 yards. Thereafter the young man was rampant, hitting a post with a tremendous drive before scoring again after Keegan had split the defence with a teasing run. This time the 'keeper reached the ball but the power of the shot defeated him. With the sparse crowd baying for a third, Case obliged early in the second half, knocking home a rebound after Hall's effort had been saved.  
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