Diferenzas entre revisións de «Ferenc Puskás»

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==Playing years==
===HungaryHungría===
En 1949 o Ministerio de Defensa Húngaro toma o control do Kispest, convertíndoo no equipo de fútbol do [[Exército Húngaro]] e trocándolle o nome por [[Budapest Honvéd FC|Honvéd]]. Por mor disto, os xogadores comezaron a obter rangos militares. Por exemplo, o propio Puskas chegou a ser Maior, de aí que os ingleses o alcumaran "The Galloping Major".<ref name="AP"/>.
 
Mentres ficou no Hónved, Ferenc axudou ao clube a gañar cinco títulos da [[Liga Húngara de Fútbol|Liga Húngara]]. Tamén foi o máximo anotador da competición nas tempadas 1947/48, 1949/50, 1950 e 1953, con 50, 31, 25 and 27 goles respectivamente. A marca dos 50 serviulle tamén para se-lo máximo anotador de toda europa, o que anos despois se deu en chamar [[Bota de Ouro]].
 
Puskás fixo o súa estrea coa [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Hungría|selección]] o [[20 de agosto]] de [[1945]], nun encontro contra a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Austria|Austria]] que rematou coa vitoria dos maxiares por 5-2. Eiquí anota o primeiro dos seus goles co combindado maxiar.<ref name="Times">{{cite web | title=Ferenc Puskas|work=The Times| url=http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,27-2458262,00.html| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref>
Puskás made his debut for the Hungarian national team on [[August 20]], [[1945 in sports|1945]] and scored in a 5-2 win over [[Austria national football team|Austria]].<ref name="Times">{{cite web | title=Ferenc Puskas|work=The Times| url=http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,27-2458262,00.html| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref> He went onto play 85 games and scored 84 times for Hungary. His international goal record included two hat tricks against Austria, one against [[Luxembourg national football team|Luxembourg]] and 4 goals in a 12-0 win over [[Albania national football team|Albania]].<ref name="RSSSF goals">{{cite web | title=Ferenc Puskás - Goals in International Matches|work=RSSSF| url=http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/puskas-intlg.html| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref> Together with [[Zoltán Czibor]], [[Sándor Kocsis]], [[József Bozsik]] and [[Nándor Hidegkuti]], he formed the nucleus of the legendary team that went unbeaten for a standing world record 32 consecutive games.<ref name="Scotsman">{{cite web | title=Galloping Major gave us finest hour at Hampden|work=The Scotsman| url=http://sport.scotsman.com/football_international.cfm?id=1709652006| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref> During this run they became [[Football at the 1952 Summer Olympics|Olympic Champions]] in 1952, beating [[Yugoslavia national football team|Yugoslavia]] 2-0 in the final in [[Helsinki]]. Puskás scored four times at the Olympic tournament<ref name="RSSSF goals"/> including the opening goal in the final. They also twice gave [[England national football team|England]] a footballing lesson. In [[1953 in sports|1953]] they stunned England with a [[England v Hungary (1953)|6-3]] win at [[Wembley Stadium]], becoming the first continental European team to defeat the English national team on home soil.<ref name="Times"/> At their next meeting in 1954 the Magyars gave England a 7-1 hammering in Budapest. Puskás scored two goals in each game against England. In 1953 they also won the [[Dr. Gerő Cup]], a [[Central Europe]]an nations cup which began in 1948 and took five years to complete. Hungary eventually emerged top of the table with 11 points. Puskás finished the tournament as top scorer with 10 goals and scored twice as Hungary claimed the trophy with a 3-0 win over [[Italy national football team|Italy]] in Rome in 1953.
 
En total anotaría 84 goles en 85 encontros incluindo dous [[triplete]]s á Austria, un a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Luxemburgo|Luxemburgo]] e catro a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Albania|Albania]].<ref name="RSSSF goals">{{cite web | title=Ferenc Puskás - Goals in International Matches|work=RSSSF| url=http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/puskas-intlg.html| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref>.
 
Xunta [[Zoltán Czibor]], [[Sándor Kocsis]], [[József Bozsik]] e [[Nándor Hidegkuti]] formaría o núcleo dan lendaria escadra que ficou 32 encontros sen coñece-la derrota.<ref name="Scotsman">{{cite web | title=Galloping Major gave us finest hour at Hampden|work=The Scotsman| url=http://sport.scotsman.com/football_international.cfm?id=1709652006| accessdate=December 10 | accessyear=2006}}</ref>
 
Ao longo desta etapa de imbatibilidade gañaron a medalla de Ouro nos [[Xogos Olímpicos de 1952]], vecendo a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Iugoslavia|Iugoslavia]] por 2-0 na final desputada en [[Helsinki]]. Puskás anotaría catro goles no torneo.<ref name="RSSSF goals"/>. A pesares deste éxito aínda foi máis sonada a lección de fútbol que lle deron a [[Selección nacional de fútbol de Inglaterra|Inglaterra]] no [[Estado de Wembley]], cando en [[1953]] os derrotaron por 3-6. Isto os convereu no primeiro equipo da Europa continental en gañarlle á selección inglesa na súa propia casa.<ref name="Times"/>
 
 
At their next meeting in 1954 the Magyars gave England a 7-1 hammering in Budapest. Puskás scored two goals in each game against England. In 1953 they also won the [[Dr. Gerő Cup]], a [[Central Europe]]an nations cup which began in 1948 and took five years to complete. Hungary eventually emerged top of the table with 11 points. Puskás finished the tournament as top scorer with 10 goals and scored twice as Hungary claimed the trophy with a 3-0 win over [[Italy national football team|Italy]] in Rome in 1953.
 
Puskás scored three goals in the two first-round matches Hungary played in the [[1954 FIFA World Cup|1954 World Cup]], which Hungary won by large margins; 9-0 against [[South Korea national football team|South Korea]] and 8-3 against [[Germany national football team|West Germany]]. Puskás suffered an ankle injury in the match against the Germans, and missed the next two matches against Brazil (the "[[Battle of Berne]]") and Uruguay, more difficult matches that Hungary won by narrower margins.
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