1988 Campeón de Campeones

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1988 Campeón de Campeones
First leg
Date July 7, 1988
Venue Estadio Cuauhtemoc, Puebla City
Second leg
Date July 10, 1988
Venue Estadio Azteca, Mexico DF
1976
1989

The Campeon de Campeones was the 36th edition of this Mexican Super Cup football match played by:

The first leg was played on July 7, 1988 at Puebla and the second leg was played on July 10, 1988 at Mexico DF.

In the first game Puebla F.C. domain to Club América but in the second game Club América rescue the match with two goals and became winner of this Super Cup, who was played again after 12 years of abandone.

Match details[edit]

First Leg[edit]

Puebla
Club América
Puebla F.C.:
Alberto Aguilar
Ángel Torres
Héctor Rosete
Aarón Gamal
Arturo Orozco Red card 70'
Guillermo Cossío
Marcelino Bernal
Daniel Bartolotta Substituted off 60'
René Paúl Moreno Substituted off 75'
Ángel Ramos
Mario Hernández
Substitutes:
Luis Enrique Fernández Substituted in 60'
Rafael Amador Substituted in 75'
Manager:
Uruguay Joaquín Caparrós
Club América:
Adrián Chávez
Manuel Rodríguez[disambiguation needed]
Guillermo Huerta
Alfredo Tena Substituted off 45'
Efraín Herrera
Cristóbal Ortega
Gonzalo Farfán
Antonio Carlos Santos
Adrián Camacho Substituted off 60'
Carlos Hermosillo
Luis Roberto Alves
Substitutes:
José Enrique Vaca Substituted in 45'
Efraín Munguía Substituted in 60'
Manager:
Brazil Jorge Vieira

Second Leg[edit]

Club América
Puebla
Club América:
Adrián Chávez
Manuel Rodríguez[disambiguation needed]
Guillermo Huerta
José Enrique Vaca
Efraín Herrera
Cristóbal Ortega
Gonzalo Farfán
Antonio Carlos Santos Substituted off 61'
Adrián Camacho Substituted off 70'
Carlos Hermosillo
Luis Roberto Alves
Substitutes:
Efraín Munguía Substituted in 61'
Roberto Alderete Substituted in 70'
Manager:
Brazil Jorge Vieira
Puebla F.C.:
Alberto Aguilar
Ángel Torres Red card 84'
Héctor Rosete
Aarón Gamal
Arturo Orozco
Guillermo Cossío Substituted off 64'
Marcelino Bernal
Daniel Bartolotta
René Paúl Moreno
Ángel Ramos
Mario Hernández
Substitutes:
Rafael Amador Substituted in 64'
Manager:
Uruguay Joaquín Caparrós
Campeon de Campeones 1988 Winners
Club América
3rd Title

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