During the 1984-85 UEFA Cup, Real Madrid, a strong team from Spain, won the championship in a powerful way. They beat Videoton, a team from Hungary, with an overall score of 3-1 in the final. This final showed how skilled Real Madrid was on the big stage.
In the first game at the Sóstói Stadion in Székesfehérvár, Real Madrid played impressively and won 3-0 against Videoton. Players like Míchel, Santillana, and Valdano scored goals for Real Madrid, making it tough for Videoton to keep up. About 35,000 fans filled the stadium, and the referee, Michel Vautrot from France, managed the game well.
The second game was in Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, where Videoton won narrowly 1-0 against Real Madrid. Even though Videoton scored a goal by Májer, it wasn’t enough to catch up to Real Madrid’s lead from the first game. Around 98,300 people watched this match, and the referee, Alexis Ponnet from Belgium, handled the game skillfully.
Real Madrid’s victory in the 1984-85 UEFA Cup final showed their strength in European football. They showed great determination and skill, making their mark once again in the history of the UEFA Cup.