1980 European Super Cup

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The 1980 UEFA Super Cup was played between Valencia CF and Nottingham Forest, with Valencia winning on the away goals rule.[1] Forest won the home leg 2-1, with both goals coming from Ian Bowyer. They however lost the second leg 1-0. This was the only occasion that the Super Cup was won using the away goals rule.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

November 25, 1980
Nottingham Forest England 2–1 Spain Valencia CF
Bowyer Goal 57', Goal 89' Darío Felman Goal 47'
GK England Peter Shilton
DF England Viv Anderson Booked
DF Scotland Frank Gray
MF Scotland John McGovern
DF England Larry Lloyd Booked
DF Scotland Kenny Burns
MF England Ian Bowyer
FW England Peter Ward Substituted off 76'
MF England Gary Mills
FW Scotland Ian Wallace
MF Scotland John Robertson Booked
Substitutions:
FW Switzerland Raimondo Ponte Substituted in 76'
Manager:
England Brian Clough


Man of the Match:

Referee: Belgium Alexis Ponnet

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GK Spain Carlos Pereira
DF Spain Ricardo Arias
DF Spain Ángel Castellanos Booked 41'
DF Spain Daniel Solsona
DF Spain Javier Subirats
MF Uruguay Fernando Morena
MF Spain Pepe Carrete Booked 76'
MF Spain Manuel Botubot
MF Spain José Cerveró
FW Spain Enrique Saura
FW Argentina Darío Felman Substituted off 86'
Substitutions:
FW Paraguay Orlando Jiménez Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Spain Pasieguito

Second leg[edit]

GK Spain José Manuel Sempere
DF Spain Ricardo Arias
DF Spain Miguel Tendillo
DF Spain Ángel Castellanos
DF Spain Daniel Solsona
MF Spain Javier Subirats
MF Argentina Mario Kempes
MF Uruguay Fernando Morena
MF Spain Manuel Botubot
DV Spain José Cerveró
DV Spain Enrique Saura
Manager:
Spain Pasieguito


Man of the Match:

Referee: Austria Wöhrer

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GK England Peter Shilton
DF England Viv Anderson
DF England Bryn Gunn
MD Scotland John McGovern
DF England Larry Lloyd
DF Scotland Kenny Burns
MF Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill Booked
MF Switzerland Raimondo Ponte
FW England Trevor Francis
FW Scotland Ian Wallace
MF Scotland Colin Walsh
Manager:
England Brian Clough

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Valencia profit from Felman's fortune". UEFA. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 

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