1990–91 European Cup

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1990–91 European Cup
Tournament details
Dates 19 September 1990 – 29 May 1991
Teams 31
Final positions
Champions Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade (1st title)
Runners-up France Olympique de Marseille
Tournament statistics
Matches played 59
Goals scored 190 (3.22 per match)
Top scorer(s) Jean-Pierre Papin & Peter Pacult (6 goals)

The 1990–91 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won for the first time by Red Star Belgrade on penalties in the final against Marseille. This was only the second time that an Eastern European side had won the competition, after Steaua Bucureşti of Romania (1986). It was also the last tournament to be solely knock-out based, with a group stage added for the next season. Red Star managed to win the tournament as the only Yugoslavian club shortly before the breakup of Yugoslavia.

This tournament would have marked the return of English clubs after a five-year ban resulting from the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985 but English champions Liverpool had been banned for an additional year, so could not participate. Ajax, the Dutch champions, were not allowed to participate in a European Cup competition because of the poor behaviour of their fans during a game the previous season, so their spot in the qualification was simply vacated, giving Milan a first-round bye.

Milan were the defending champions and were given a bye to the second round due to the absence of both an English and a Dutch side in the tournament, before being eliminated by Marseille in the quarter-finals after the second leg had been awarded as a 3–0 win for Marseille when the eventual runners-up were leading 1–0, and 2–1 on aggregate, in injury time, when the floodlights failed. Milan refused to play on when floodlights were fixed and were banned, giving Marseille a 3–0 automatic walkover.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
APOEL Cyprus 2–7 West Germany Bayern Munich 2–3 0–4
KA Akureyri Iceland 1–3 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 1–0 0–3
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 5–1 Republic of Ireland St Patrick's Athletic 4–0 1–1
Porto Portugal 13–1 Northern Ireland Portadown 5–0 8–1
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 5–2 Switzerland Grasshopper 1–1 4–1
Valletta Malta 0–10 Scotland Rangers 0–4 0–6
Union Luxembourg Luxembourg 1–6 Germany Dynamo Dresden 1–3 0–3
Malmö FF Sweden 5–4 Turkey Beşiktaş 3–2 2–2
Napoli Italy 5–0 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa 3–0 2–0
Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 0–4 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 0–2 0–2
OB Denmark 1–10 Spain Real Madrid 1–4 0–6
Swarovski Tirol Austria 7–1 Finland Kuusysi 5–0 2–1
Milan Italy Bye  
Lillestrøm Norway 1–3 Belgium Club Brugge 1–1 0–2
Lech Poznań Poland 5–1 Greece Panathinaikos 3–0 2–1
Marseille France 5–1 Albania Dinamo Tirana 5–1 0–0

First leg[edit]

19 September 1990
APOEL Cyprus 2–3 West Germany Bayern Munich
Gogić Goal 5'
Pantziaras Goal 80'
Report Reuter Goal 72'
McInally Goal 87'
Strunz Goal 89'
GSP Stadium, Nicosia
Attendance: 15,000

19 September 1990
KA Akureyri Iceland 1–0 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Bragasson Goal 17' Report


19 September 1990
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 4–0 Republic of Ireland St Patrick's Athletic
Doboş Goal 2'
Damaschin Goal 19'
Mateuţ Goal 24'
Cheregi Goal 80'
Report
Stadionul Dinamo, Bucharest
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Friedrich Kaupe (Austria)

19 September 1990
Porto Portugal 5–0 Northern Ireland Portadown
Geraldão Goal 6'
Paille Goal 17'77'
Kostadinov Goal 32'
Branco Goal 50'
Report


19 September 1990
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–1 Switzerland Grasshopper
Binić Goal 44' Report Kozle Goal 14'
Stadion Crvene Zvezde, Belgrade
Attendance: 50 000

19 September 1990
Valletta Malta 0–4 Scotland Rangers
Report McCoist Goal 16' (pen.)
Hateley Goal 58'
Johnston Goal 75'80'


19 September 1990
Union Luxembourg Luxembourg 1–3 East Germany Dynamo Dresden
Morocutti Goal 45' Report Gütschow Goal 47'
Birsens Goal 78' (o.g.)
Ratke Goal 90'


19 September 1990
Malmö FF Sweden 3–2 Turkey Beşiktaş
Lindman Goal 29'
Andersson Goal 58'
Recep Goal 61' (o.g.)
Report Uçar Goal 50'59'


19 September 1990
Napoli Italy 3–0 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa
Baroni Goal 35'
Maradona Goal 43'76'
Report
Stadio San Paolo, Naples
Attendance: 39,327
Referee: Guy Goethals (Belgium)

19 September 1990
Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 0–2 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Report Shalimov Goal 25'
Shmarov Goal 58'


18 September 1990
OB Denmark 1–4 Spain Real Madrid
Pedersen Goal 21' Report Aldana Goal 17'
Sánchez Goal 26'
Villarroya Goal 82'
Maqueda Goal 88'


19 September 1990
Swarovski Tirol Austria 5–0 Finland Kuusysi
Gorosito Goal 29'
Prudlo Goal 35'
Pacult Goal 41'60'81'
Report


19 September 1990
Lillestrøm Norway 1–1 Belgium Club Brugge
Halle Goal 81' Report Staelens Goal 4'


19 September 1990
Lech Poznań Poland 3–0 Greece Panathinaikos
Jakołcewicz Goal 2' (pen.)19'
Rzepka Goal 64'
Report


19 September 1990
Marseille France 5–1 Albania Dinamo Tirana
Papin Goal 45' (pen.)68'74'
Cantona Goal 70'
Vercruysse Goal 90'
Report Tahiri Goal 89' (pen.)

Second leg[edit]

Note: All matches on or after German reunification of October 3 show both Bayern Munich (West) and Dynamo Dredsen (East) with flag of Germany.

2 October 1990
Bayern Munich West Germany 4–0 Cyprus APOEL
Augenthaler Goal 48'
Mihajlović Goal 64'89'90'
Report

Bayern Munich won 7–2 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 3–0 Iceland KA Akureyri
Marashliev Goal 19'80'
Georgiev Goal 48'
Report

CSKA Sofia won 3–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
St Patrick's Athletic Republic of Ireland 1–1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Fenlon Goal 37' Report Mateuţ Goal 76'
Tolka Park, Dublin
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Kurt Sörensen (Denmark)

Dinamo Bucureşti won 5–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Portadown Northern Ireland 1–8 Portugal Porto
Fraser Goal 36' Report Madjer Goal 9'15'33'55'
Semedo Goal 40'
Paille Goal 50'79'
Jorge Couto Goal 81'

Porto won 13–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Grasshopper Switzerland 1–4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Kozle Goal 62' (pen.) Report Pančev Goal 12'
Prosinečki Goal 49' (pen.)83' (pen.)
Radinovic Goal 59'

Red Star Belgrade won 5–2 on aggregate.


2 October 1990
Rangers Scotland 6–0 Malta Valletta
Dodds Goal 5'
Spencer Goal 6'
Johnston Goal 19'37'76' (pen.)
McCoist Goal 75'
Report

Rangers won 10–0 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Dynamo Dresden Germany 3–0 Luxembourg Union Luxembourg
Jähnig Goal 18'45'
Gütschow Goal 34'
Report

Dynamo Dresden won 6–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Beşiktaş Turkey 2–2 Sweden Malmö FF
Gültiken Goal 30'
Uçar Goal 43'
Report Ekheim Goal 53'
Skammelsrud Goal 63'

Malmö FF won 5–4 on aggregate.


Napoli won 5–0 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 2–0 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague
Perepadenko Goal 33'
Ivanov Goal 51'
Report

Spartak Moscow won 4–0 on aggregate.


2 October 1990
Real Madrid Spain 6–0 Denmark OB
Losada Goal 14'53'74'
Míchel Goal 36'
Aldana Goal 46'81'
Report

Real Madrid won 10–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Kuusysi Finland 1–2 Austria Swarovski Tirol
Vehkakoski Goal 71' Report Pacult Goal 5'50' (pen.)

Swarovski Tirol won 7–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Club Brugge Belgium 2–0 Norway Lillestrøm
Booy Goal 2'
Farina Goal 82'
Report

Club Brugge won 3–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Panathinaikos Greece 1–2 Poland Lech Poznań
Saravakos Goal 44' Report Pachelski Goal 68'
Moskal Goal 85'

Lech Poznań won 5–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1990
Dinamo Tirana Albania 0–0 France Marseille
Report

Marseille won 5–1 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bayern Munich Germany 7–0 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 4–0 3–0
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 0–4 Portugal Porto 0–0 0–4
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–1 Scotland Rangers 3–0 1–1
Dynamo Dresden Germany 2–2 (p) Sweden Malmö FF 1–1 1–1
Napoli Italy 0–0 (p) Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 0–0 0–0
Real Madrid Spain 11–3 Austria Swarovski Tirol 9–1 2–2
Milan Italy 1–0 Belgium Club Brugge 0–0 1–0
Lech Poznań Poland 4–8 France Marseille 3–2 1–6

First leg[edit]

23 October 1990
Bayern Munich Germany 4–0 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Reuter Goal 3'62' (pen.)
Wohlfarth Goal 28'
Augenthaler Goal 54'
Report


24 October 1990
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 0–0 Portugal Porto
Report
Stadionul Dinamo, Bucharest
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Helmut Kohl (Austria)

24 October 1990
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–0 Scotland Rangers
Brown Goal 8' (o.g.)
Prosinečki Goal 65'
Pančev Goal 74'
Report
Marakana, Belgrade
Attendance: 75 000

24 October 1990
Dynamo Dresden Germany 1–1 Sweden Malmö FF
Gütschow Goal 45' Report Engqvist Goal 18'


24 October 1990
20:30
Napoli Italy 0–0 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Report
Stadio San Paolo, Naples
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)

24 October 1990
Real Madrid Spain 9–1 Austria Swarovski Tirol
Butragueño Goal 4'30'48'
Sánchez Goal 7'14'72'85'
Hierro Goal 37'
Tendillo Goal 80'
Report Pacult Goal 17'


24 October 1990
20:30
Milan Italy 0–0 Belgium Club Brugge
Report

25 October 1990
Lech Poznań Poland 3–2 France Marseille
Łukasik Goal 31'
Pachelski Goal 41'
Juskowiak Goal 58'
Report Fournier Goal 8'
Waddle Goal 64'

Second leg[edit]

6 November 1990
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 0–3 Germany Bayern Munich
Report Wohlfarth Goal 16'
Effenberg Goal 78'
McInally Goal 84'

Bayern Munich won 7–0 on aggregate.


7 November 1990
Porto Portugal 4–0 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Kostadinov Goal 3'22'
Geraldão Goal 48' (pen.)
Domingos Goal 63'
Report
Estádio das Antas, Porto
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Tullio Lanese (Italy)

Porto won 4–0 on aggregate.


7 November 1990
Rangers Scotland 1–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
McCoist Goal 76' Report Pančev Goal 51'

Red Star Belgrade won 4–1 on aggregate.


7 November 1990
Malmö FF Sweden 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Germany Dynamo Dresden
Persson Goal 72' (pen.) Report Gütschow Goal 19'
  Penalties  
4–5

Dynamo Dresden 2–2 Malmö on aggregate. Dynamo Dresden won 5–4 on penalties.


7 November 1990
17:00
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 0 – 0 (a.e.t.) Italy Napoli
Report
  Penalties  
Karpin Penalty scored
Shalimov Penalty scored
Shmarov Penalty scored
Kulkov Penalty scored
Mostovoi Penalty scored
5–3 Penalty scored Ferrara
Penalty scored Mauro
Penalty missed Baroni
Penalty scored Maradona
Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 86,000
Referee: M. Girard (France)

Napoli 0–0 Spartak Moscow on aggregate. Spartak Moscow won 5–3 on penalties.


7 November 1990
Swarovski Tirol Austria 2–2 Spain Real Madrid
Hörtnagl Goal 14'
Linzmaier Goal 90'
Report Losada Goal 34'45'

Real Madrid won 11–3 on aggregate.


7 November 1990
20:30
Club Brugge Belgium 0–1 Italy Milan
Report Carbone Goal 47'

Milan won 1–0 on aggregate.


7 November 1990
Marseille France 6–1 Poland Lech Poznań
Papin Goal 19'
Vercruysse Goal 34'45'84'
Tigana Goal 89'
Boli Goal 90'
Report Jakołcewicz Goal 59' (pen.)

Marseille won 8–4 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bayern Munich Germany 3–1 Portugal Porto 1–1 2–0
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 6–0 Germany Dynamo Dresden 3–0 3–01
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 3–1 Spain Real Madrid 0–0 3–1
Milan Italy 1–4 France Marseille 1–1 0–32

1 – Match abandoned due to rioting after 78 mins. With Red Star Belgrade leading 2–1, they were awarded the match 3–0.[1]

2 – With the score 1–0 to Marseille after 88 mins, the floodlights failed. Milan refused to play on when lighting was restored and Marseille were awarded the match 3–0.

First leg[edit]

6 March 1991
Bayern Munich Germany 1–1 Portugal Porto
Bender Goal 31' Report

MatchCentre

Domingos Goal 65'


6 March 1991
15:00
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–0 Germany Dynamo Dresden
Prosinečki Goal 20'
Binić Goal 42'
Savićević Goal 56'
Report

MatchCentre

Marakana, Belgrade
Attendance: 100 000


6 March 1991
20:30
Milan Italy 1–1 France Marseille
Gullit Goal 14' Report

MatchCentre

Papin Goal 27'

Second leg[edit]

Bayern Munich won 3–1 on aggregate.


The match was stopped in the 78th minute by the match referee Emilio Soriano Aladrén, due to Dynamo Dresden fans causing commotion in the stands and throwing objects onto the field. Red Star Belgrade led 2–1 at the time. UEFA awarded a 3–0 win to Red Star Belgrade. Red Star Belgrade won 6–0 on aggregate.


20 March 1991
Real Madrid Spain 1–3 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Butragueño Goal 10' Report

MatchCentre

Radchenko Goal 20'38'
Shmarov Goal 64'

Spartak Moscow won 3–1 on aggregate.


Game abandoned in injury time when two of the four floodlights in the stadium failed. When power was restored after 15 minutes, Milan refused to go back on the pitch. UEFA awarded a 3–0 win to Marseille and banned Milan. Marseille won 4–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bayern Munich Germany 3–4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1–2 2–2
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 2–5 France Marseille 1–3 1–2

First leg[edit]

10 April 1991
Bayern Munich Germany 1–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Wohlfarth Goal 22' Report

MatchCentre

Pančev Goal 45'
Savićević Goal 70'
Olympiastadion, Munich
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Hubert Forstinger (Austria)

10 April 1991
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 1–3 France Marseille
Shalimov Goal 58' Report

MatchCentre

Pelé Goal 27'
Papin Goal 31'
Vercruysse Goal 88'
Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 85,500
Referee: Peter Mikkelen (Denmark)

Second leg[edit]

Red Star Belgrade won 4–3 on aggregate.


24 April 1991
Marseille France 2–1 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Pelé Goal 34'
Boli Goal 48'
Report

MatchCentre

Mostovoi Goal 58' (pen.)
Stade Vélodrome, Marseille
Attendance: 37,500
Referee: Keith Hackett (England)

Marseille won 5–2 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

The top scorers from the 1990–91 European Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Austria Peter Pacult Austria Swarovski Tirol 6
France Jean-Pierre Papin France Olympique Marseille 6
3 Germany Torsten Gütschow Germany Dynamo Dresden 5
Scotland Mo Johnston Scotland Rangers 5
Spain Sebastián Losada Spain Real Madrid 5
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Darko Pančev Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 5
Mexico Hugo Sánchez Spain Real Madrid 5
France Philippe Vercruysse France Olympique Marseille 5
9 Spain Emilio Butragueño Spain Real Madrid 4
Algeria Rabah Madjer Portugal Porto 4
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Robert Prosinečki Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 4

References[edit]

  1. ^ "20 March 1991 - A Different Kind Of Bombardment In Dresden". www.thisdayinfootballhistory.blogspot.com. Retrieved 30 March 2013. 

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