1989–90 Scottish League Cup

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1989–90 Scottish League Cup
Country  Scotland
Champions Aberdeen
Runners-up Rangers

The 1989–90 Scottish League Cup was the forty-fourth season of Scotland's second football knockout competition. The competition was won by Aberdeen, who defeated Rangers in the Final.

First round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Arbroath 1–0 East Stirlingshire 9 August 1989
Cowdenbeath 0–4[1] Montrose 9 August 1989
Dumbarton 3–0 Stenhousemuir 8 August 1989
East Fife 2–2 Queen's Park 9 August 1989
Stirling Albion 0–3 Berwick Rangers 9 August 1989
Stranraer 3–4[1] Brechin City 9 August 1989

Second round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Airdrieonians 4–0 Forfar Athletic 15 August 1989
Albion Rovers 0–2 Aberdeen 16 August 1989
Ayr United 0–1 Hamilton Academical 15 August 1989
Berwick Rangers 0–2 St. Mirren 15 August 1989
Brechin City 0–3 Falkirk 16 August 1989
Clydebank 3–1 Meadowbank Thistle 16 August 1989
Dumbarton 0–3 Celtic 15 August 1989
Dundee 5–1 Clyde 15 August 1989
Dundee United 1–0 Partick Thistle 16 August 1989
Dunfermline Athletic 3–0 Raith Rovers 15 August 1989
Heart of Midlothian 3–0 Montrose 16 August 1989
Hibernian 2–0 Alloa Athletic 15 August 1989
Kilmarnock 1–4 Motherwell 15 August 1989
Queen of the South 1–0 St. Johnstone 16 August 1989
Queen's Park 0–1 Morton 15 August 1989
Rangers 4–0 Arbroath 15 August 1989

Third round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aberdeen 4–0 Airdrieonians 23 August 1989
Celtic 2–0 Queen of the South 22 August 1989
Dunfermline Athletic 1–0 Dundee 23 August 1989
Falkirk 1–4 Heart of Midlothian 23 August 1989
Hamilton Academical 2–1 Dundee United 23 August 1989
Hibernian 0–0[1][2] Clydebank 22 August 1989
Morton 1–2 Rangers 23 August 1989
St. Mirren 1–0 Motherwell 23 August 1989

Quarter-finals[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aberdeen 3–1 St. Mirren 30 August 1989
Hamilton Academical 0–3 Rangers 30 August 1989
Heart of Midlothian 2–2[1][3] Celtic 30 August 1989
Hibernian 1–3[1] Dunfermline Athletic 29 August 1989

Semi-finals[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aberdeen 1–0 Celtic 20 September 1989
Rangers 5–0 Dunfermline Athletic 19 September 1989

Final[edit]

22 October 1989
Aberdeen 2 – 1 (AET) Rangers
Mason Goal Goal Walters Goal pen'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 61,190
Referee: George Smith

Teams[edit]

ABERDEEN :
GK Theo Snelders
RB Stewart McKimmie
CB Alex McLeish
CB Willie Miller (c)
LB David Robertson
RM Bobby Connor
CM Eoin Jess Substituted off 1'
CM Jim Bett
LM Brian Grant Substituted off 2'
CF Charlie Nicholas
CF Paul Mason
Substitutes:
DF Brian Irvine Substituted in 1'
FW Willem van der Ark Substituted in 2'
Managers:
Alex Smith
Jocky Scott
RANGERS :
GK Chris Woods
RB Gary Stevens
CB Richard Gough
CB Terry Butcher (c)
LB Stuart Munro
RM Trevor Steven
CM Ian Ferguson
CM Ray Wilkins
LM Mark Walters Substituted off 1'
CF Ally McCoist
CF Mo Johnston
Substitutes:
MF Stuart McCall Substituted in 1'
Manager:
Graeme Souness

References[edit]

General[edit]

Specific[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e After Extra Time
  2. ^ Hibernian F.C. won 5–3 on penalties
  3. ^ Celtic F.C. won 3–1 on penalties