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2013–14 Saudi Crown Prince Cup

2013–14 Crown Prince Cup
Country  Saudi Arabia
Dates 25 November 2013 (2013-11-25) – 1 February 2014 (2014-02-01)
Teams 30
Champions Al-Nassr (3rd title)
Runners-up Al-Hilal
Matches played 29
Goals scored 96 (3.31 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Doris Salomo
(4 goals)

The 2013-14 Saudi Crown Prince Cup is the 39th season of the Saudi premier knockout tournament for football teams. 28 Ties played over one leg. Al Nassr and Al-Hilal as last years finalists receive a bye to Round of 16.[1]

Al-Nassr won 2–1 against Al-Hilal in the final. The win gave Al-Nassr their third title and their first after 40 years since 1974.

First stage

Preliminary round

Second stage

Bracket

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                       
H Al-Nassr 3
A Najran 0
A Al-Nassr 3
H Al-Khaleej 1
H Al Ittihad 2(3)
A Al Khaleej (pen.) 2(4)
H Al-Nassr (aet) 1
A Al-Shabab 0
H Al-Taawon 3
A Al Faisaly 2
A Al-Taawon 1
H Al-Shabab 3
H Al-Qadisiya 1
A Al Shabab 2
Al-Nassr 2
Al-Hilal 1
H Al-Hilal 4
A Al-Shoalah 1
A Al-Hilal 1
H Al-Raed 0
H Al-Raed 1
A Al-Wehda 0
A Al-Hilal 2
H Al-Fateh 0
A Al-Ettifaq 2
H Al-Fateh 3
A Al-Fateh 2
H Al-Ahli 0
A Al-Oruba 1
H Al-Ahli 4

Note: H: Home team, A: Away team

Round of 16

Quarter Finals

Semi Finals

Final

1 February 2014
20:15 GMT+3
Al-Nassr 2 – 1 Al-Hilal
Al-Deayea Goal 24' (o.g.)
Al-Sahlawi Goal 59' (pen.)
Report Goal 2' Al-Shamrani

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