1990 Coupe de France Final

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The 1990 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on June 2, 1990, that saw Montpellier HSC defeat RC Paris 2–1 in extra-time thanks to goals by Laurent Blanc and Kader Ferhaoui.

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June 2, 1990
Montpellier HSC 2–1 RC Paris
Blanc Goal 103'
Ferhaoui Goal 108'
Ginola Goal 109'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 44,067
Referee: Gérard Biguet


GK 1 France Albert Rust
DF 2 France Pascal Baills
DF 3 France Frank Lucchesi
DF 4 Brazil Júlio César da Silva
DF 5 France Laurent Blanc
MF 6 France Jean-Claude Lemoult
MF 7 Algeria Kader Ferhaoui
MF 8 France William Ayache
MF 9 France Daniel Xuereb
FW 10 France Vincent Guérin
FW 11 France Eric Cantona
Substitutes:
Manager:
France Michel Mézy


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK 1 France Pascal Olmeta
DF 2 Benin Hippolyte Dangbeto
DF 3 France Jean-Pierre Bade
DF 4 FranceJean-Manuel Thétis
DF 5 France Michel Milojevic
MF 6 Algeria Alim Ben Mabrouk
MF 7 France Stéphane Blondeau
MF 8 Morocco Aziz Bouderbala
MF 9 Morocco Abdeljalil Aïd Substituted off 57'
FW 10 France David Ginola
FW 11 France Philippe Avenet
Substitutes:
MF ' Portugal Luis Sobrinho Substituted in 57'
Manager:
Poland Henryk Kasperczak

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