This is a match report of the doubleheader that was played on the 19th of July 1930 at the Estadio Centenario. Chile played France around midday while Argentina defeated Mexico later that afternoon.
This article was written by an anonymous journalist working for the Associated Press that was published in the Madrid-based newspaper, La Nacion, on the 21st July 1930. You can read the original report here.
Readers are welcome to offer any improvements on translation into English from Spanish which was converted via google. There was at least two spelling errors in regard to the spelling of players names. For instance, the Mexican player, Roberto Gayon is misspelt Gallardo and Zumelzu is written as Sumelzu. The reference to 'porteños' is a word associated with the inhabitants of Buenos Aires and in this context is generalized to refer to the Argentinians.
#Mundial Uruguay 1930. 19/7/1930.— Torito Casale (@viejocasale) July 19, 2018
Argentina 6 (Guillermo Stábile 3, Adolfo Zumelzú 2 y Francisco Varallo) v. México 3 (Manuel Rosas 2 y Roberto Gayón). pic.twitter.com/nePDoJbgTc
#GELP #CGE— Cultura y Museo CGE (@CulturaMuseoCGE) July 19, 2018
El 19 de julio de 1930 Argentina le ganaba por 6 a 3 a México.
Corrían 8 minutos del ST, y Panchito Varallo ponía el 4 a 1 parcial. Era su primer gol mundialista, el primer gol de un jugador platense en la máxima competencia. De Gimnasia al mundo.#MuseoCGE pic.twitter.com/W2yOF89ymm
#OnThisDay in 1930, #Argentina beat #Mexico 6-3 in Montevideo.#GuillermoStábile scores 3 goals.#WC1930 #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/laTqapsQEh— OldFootballPhotos (@OldFootball11) July 19, 2018
Subiabre anota para Chile ante Francia - Uruguay 1930 pic.twitter.com/kitp6rhJ6E— Raúl Vergara (@RaulVB) April 22, 2014
Y así le ganó la @Seleccion_Chile a la selección de Francia en #Uruguay 1930 pic.twitter.com/pAkHyMQJgh— Bajo Marquesina (@BajoMarquesina) December 27, 2013