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47 years since the club’s 13th Copa de España

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On 5 July 1975, Real Madrid secured their thirteenth Copa de España. Their opponents in the final were Atlético Madrid, in a match played at the Vicente Calderón stadium. The match ended goalless and the Whites prevailed over their opponents in a penalty shoot-out (4-3). Amancio, Pirri, Rubiñán and Aguilar converted Madrid's spot-kicks.

On their way to the Vicente Calderón, the madridistas defeated Orense in the last 16, Las Palmas in the quarter-finals after coming back from 4-0 down in the first leg at home, and Zaragoza in the semi-finals. The team was managed by Miljan Miljanic, who secured a league and cup double that season. MATCH INFO 0-Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel, Rubiñán, Camacho, Touriño (Heredia, 99'), Vitoria, Del Bosque, Pirri, Roberto Martínez (Aguilar, 104'), Amancio, Uría, Santillana. 0-Atlético: Reina, Marcelino, Panadero Díaz, Eusebio, Leal (Melo, 106'), Irureta, Alberto, Adelardo (Salcedo, 83'), Benegas, Gárate, Becerra.

Penalty shoot-out: 0-0: Irureta, saved by Miguel Ángel. 1-0: Amancio. 1-1: Gárate. 2-1: Pirri. 2-1: Salcedo, hit crossbar. 2-1: Del Bosque, missed. 2-2: Alberto. 3-2: Rubiñán. 3-3: Becerra. 4-3: Aguilar.

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