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1989 European Super Cup

1989 European Super Cup
First leg
Date 23 November 1989
Venue Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance 50,000
Second leg
Date 7 December 1989
Venue San Siro, Milan
Attendance 50,000

The 1989 European Super Cup was the 14th UEFA Super Cup, an annual football match contested by the winners of the previous season's European Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup competitions. The 1989 Super Cup was played on a home-and-away basis, and was contested by Milan, winners of the 1988–89 European Cup, and Barcelona, who had won the 1988–89 European Cup Winners' Cup. After a 1–1 draw in the first leg at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, Milan won 1–0 at home to secure a 2–1 aggregate win and their first Super Cup.[1]

Match details

First leg

23 November 1989
Barcelona 1–1 Milan
Amor Goal 67' Van Basten Goal 44' (pen.)
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 50,000
GK 1 Andoni Zubizarreta
CB 5 Luis Milla
CB 2 Aloísio
CB 4 Ronald Koeman
CB 3 Ricardo Serna
CM 6 José María Bakero
RM 8 Eusebio Sacristán
AM 9 Michael Laudrup
LM 10 Guillermo Amor
LF 11 Aitor Beguiristain
CF 7 Julio Salinas Substituted off 65'
Substitutes:
DF 12 José Ramón Alexanko
GK 13 Juan Carlos Unzué
DF 14 Miquel Soler
FW 15 Onésimo
MF 16 Roberto Fernández Substituted in 65'
Manager:
Johan Cruyff
GK 1 Giovanni Galli
CB 2 Mauro Tassotti
CB 4 Stefano Salvatori
CB 6 Filippo Galli
CB 3 Paolo Maldini
CM 5 Frank Rijkaard
LM 7 Diego Fuser
CM 11 Alberigo Evani
RM 8 Roberto Donadoni Substituted off 84'
CF 10 Daniele Massaro Substituted off 88'
CF 9 Marco van Basten
Substitutes:
GK 12 Andrea Pazzagli
MF 15 Demetrio Albertini
MF 17 Christian Lantignotti
MF 14 Giovanni Stroppa Substituted in 84'
FW 16 Marco Simone Substituted in 88'
Manager:
Arrigo Sacchi

Second leg

7 December 1989
Milan 1–0 Barcelona
Evani Goal 55'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 50,000
GK 1 Giovanni Galli
CB 2 Mauro Tassotti
RB 6 Stefano Carobbi
CB 4 Alessandro Costacurta
CB 3 Paolo Maldini
CM 5 Frank Rijkaard
RM 7 Diego Fuser
CM 11 Alberigo Evani
RM 8 Roberto Donadoni
CF 10 Daniele Massaro Substituted off 65'
CF 9 Marco van Basten
Substitutes:
GK 12 Andrea Pazzagli
MF 13 Stefano Salvatori
MF 14 Angelo Colombo
MF 15 Giovanni Stroppa
FW 16 Marco Simone Substituted in 65'
Manager:
Arrigo Sacchi
GK 1 Andoni Zubizarreta
RB 2 Luis María López Rekarte Substituted off 74'
LB 3 José Ramón Alexanko
SW 4 Luis Milla
CB 5 Ricardo Serna
CM 6 José María Bakero
CM 7 Jordi Roura Substituted off 10'
RF 8 Eusebio Sacristán
CF 9 Julio Salinas
AM 10 Roberto Fernández
LF 11 Aitor Beguiristain
Substitutes:
DF 14 Urbano Ortega
GK 12 Juan Carlos Unzué
DF 13 Miquel Soler Substituted in 10'
MF 15 Julio Alberto
FW 16 Onésimo Substituted in 74'
Manager:
Johan Cruyff

References

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