NB: Apart from the 17 countries which eventually entered, also Bulgaria, Estonia and Greece registered ahead of the tournament. Bulgaria (3 May) and Greece (14 May) withdrew before the draw of the preliminary and first round on 17 May; Estonia were drawn to play Spain in the preliminary round (as the second match on 27 May). However, Estonia withdrew on 22 May, so only one match was played ahead of the first round proper. PRELIMINARY ROUND Amsterdam Portugal 4-2 Chile Amsterdam Spain w/o Estonia FIRST ROUND Amsterdam Uruguay 2-0 Netherlands Amsterdam Germany 4-0 Switzerland Amsterdam Italy 4-3 France Amsterdam Spain 7-1 Mexico Amsterdam Egypt 7-1 Turkey Amsterdam Portugal 2-1 Yugoslavia Amsterdam Belgium 5-3 Luxembourg Amsterdam Argentina 11-2 USA SECOND ROUND Amsterdam Uruguay 4-1 Germany Amsterdam Italy 1-1 Spain [aet] Amsterdam (replay) Italy 7-1 Spain Amsterdam Egypt 2-1 Portugal Amsterdam Argentina 6-3 Belgium SEMIFINALS Amsterdam Uruguay 3-2 Italy Amsterdam Argentina 6-0 Egypt MATCH FOR THIRD PLACE Amsterdam Italy 11-3 Egypt FINAL Amsterdam, June 10, 1928 Uruguay 1-1 Argentina [aet] Uruguay: André Mazali; José Nasazzi, Pedro Arispe; José Leandro Andrade, Lorenzo Fernández, Alvaro Gestido; Santos Urdinarán, Héctor Castro, Pedro Petrone, Pedro Cea, Antonio Campolo. Argentina: Ángel Bossio; Ludovico Bidoglio, Fernando Paternoster; Segundo Médici, Luis Monti, Juan Evaristo; Alfredo Carricaberry, Domingo Tarasconi, Manuel Ferreira, Enrique Gainzarain, Raimundo Orsi. Referee: Mutters (Netherlands) Linesmen: Langenus (Belgium), Gama Malcher (Italy (born in Brazil)) Scorers: 22' Petrone 1-0; 51' Ferreira 1-1. FINAL REPLAY Amsterdam, June 13, 1928 Uruguay 2-1 Argentina Uruguay: André Mazali; José Nasazzi, Pedro Arispe; José Leandro Andrade, Juan Píriz, Alvaro Gestido; Juan Arremón, Héctor Scarone, René Borjas, Pedro Cea, Roberto Figueroa. Argentina: Ángel Bossio; Ludovico Bidoglio, Fernando Paternoster; Segundo Médici, Luis Monti, Juan Evaristo; Alfredo Carricaberry, Domingo Tarasconi, Manuel Ferreira, Feliciano Perducca, Raimundo Orsi. Referee: Mutters (Netherlands) Linesmen: Maeck (Belgium), De Vries Foltynski (Dutch East Indies) Scorers: 17' Figueroa 1-0; 28' Monti 1-1; 72' Scarone 2-1. Top scorer: Domingo A. Tarasconi (Argentina) 11 goals CONSOLATION TOURNAMENT NB: the consolation tournament was not officially part of the Olympic Games. It was open to all teams eliminated before the semi-final stage, but only four countries entered. FIRST ROUND Rotterdam Netherlands 3-1 Belgium Arnhem Chile 3-1 Mexico FINAL Rotterdam Netherlands 2-2 Chile [aet] Netherlands won on lots
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