Both games were played at Estadio Olímpico de la Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas, Venezuela. The tournament was organized by Instituto de Previsión Social del Periodista de Venezuela. Originally, Vasco da Gama (Brazil) had been invited to the tournament, but they were prevented from the trip by a law in Brazil. Finally, the organisers tried to invite to Soviet Union, whose team was in Brazil, but they did not travell to Caracas. [Dec 18] Independiente de Avellaneda (Argentina) 2-0 Celta de Vigo (Spain) [Pavón 5pen, 20] [Independiente: Santoro, Commisso, López, Sa, Pavón, Galván, Raimondo, Bochini, Balbuena, Magliori (Saggioratto), Bertoni; Celta: Alarciam, Hidalgo, Rivas, Navarro, Villas (Manolo), Rivera (Juan), Juan Antonio, Amado, Rodilla, Castro, Jiménez; Ref: Vicente Llobregat (Venezuela)] [Dec 20] Independiente de Avellaneda (Argentina) 1-0 Celta de Vigo (Spain) [Galván 33] [Independiente: Santoto, Commisso, López, Sa, Pavoni, Galván, Raimondo, Bochini, Balbuena, Magliori, Bertoni, Semenewiczs; Celta: Aguerre, Hidalgo, Rivera, Navarro, Manolo, Villar, Juan, Castro, Juan Antonio (Rodilla), Doblás (Amado), Jiménez; Ref: José Varrone (Venezuela)]
Source: Manuel Pío Rodríguez, Venezuelan journalist of Meridiano (Venezuelan newspaper).
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