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1958 US Open Cup Quarterfinals: Baltimore’s Pompei SC wins one of the longest, greatest Cup games of all-time

A scene from the first leg of the 1958 US Open Cup Final between Pompei and Eintracht. Photo: Baltimore Sun Archives
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Seventy years ago, Baltimore’s Pompei SC and Sport Club Eintracht of Queens, New York took part in an epic two-leg Quarterfinal series that saw the men from Queens erase a three-goal aggregate deficit in the second leg, resulting in 90 minutes of extra time to determine the victor.

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