NEWS | 22/05/2020The team beat Hungary's Videoton in the two-legged final
The madridistas knocked out Wacker Innsbruck, Rijeka, Anderlecht, Tottenham and Inter Milan on the way to the final. It was a historic competition that took in three unforgettable Santiago Bernabéu comebacks. The first came when the Whites thrashed Rijeka 3-0 having lost the first leg 3-1. The second was even more spectacular, overturning an initial 3-0 against Anderlecht with a 6-1 thrashing in Madrid. Finally, Inter went 2-0 up in the semi-finals, but were unable to stop the madridistas winning 3-0 in the second leg to progress to the showpiece event. On an individual level, Santillana was the team's leading scorer with 5.
FIRST LEG (8/5/1985)
0-Videoton: P. Distzl, Borsanyi, L. Distzl, Csuhay, Horvath, Palkovics, Vegh, Wittmann, Vadasz, Novath (Gyenti, 62’) and Burcsa.
3-Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel, Chendo, Camacho, Sanchís, San José, Míchel, Gallego, Stielike, Valdano, Butragueño (Juanito, 80’) and Santillana (Salguero, 86’).
0-1 (min. 32): Míchel.
0-2 (min. 77): Santillana.
0-3 (min. 89): Valdano.
SECOND LEG (22/5/1985)
0-Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel, Chendo, Camacho, Sanchís, San José, Míchel, Gallego, Stielike, Valdano (Juanito, 58’), Butragueño and Santillana (Salguero, 86’).
1-Videoton: P. Distzl, Vegh, Csuhay, L. Distzl, Horvath, Burcsa, Csongradi (Wittmann, 58’), Vadasz, Majer, Szabo and Novath (Palkovics, 52’).
0-1 (min. 87): Majer.