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Timeline_title: Puskás Ferenc
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Timeline_title: Ferenc Puskás
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TimelineChapter_title: Spanish career
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TimelineChapter_description: They earned very good money there, more than they can imagine in the past.. He shared equally to team members, what team had earned.

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EventWithSections_title:Peak of his latino career
EventWithSections_description:Rebuilding his career at the age of 31, he formed a devastating understanding with the only player of his time who was his equal, the Argentine centre-forward Alfredo Di Stefano. Real won the Spanish league every year from 1961 to 1965, as well as the Spanish Cup four times. In 1960 a Hampden Park crowd of 127,000 saw the white shirts of Real overwhelm Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 in the final of the European Cup. Puskas scored four goals, Di Stefano three. Two years later Puskas became the only man to score a hat-trick in the second half of the European Cup Final, although Real lost 5-3 to Benfica. Puskas scored one of his goals with a wonderful run from the half-way line and another with a shot from fully 35 yards. In 39 European games, he scored 35 goals, and in all 512 goals in 528 matches for Real, winning three European Cups with them. One of Puskas' greatest records is that he is the only player to record hat-tricks in two different European Cup finals. The first coming in arguably one the greatest European finals, Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt at Hampden Park in 1960. Eintracht-Real Madrid three goals from Di Stéfano and four from Puskas enabled them to lift the trophy once more.  18 May 1960, 54 years ago, Real Madrid became a five-times champion of Europe  During eight seasons with Real, Puskás played 180 La Liga games and scored 156 goals. He scored 20 or more goals in each of his first six seasons in the Spanish league, and won the Pichichi four times
EventWithSections_startDate:1962
EventWithSections_endDate:1962

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