2000 Taça de Portugal Final

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2000 Taça de Portugal Final
Event 1999–2000 Taça de Portugal
Date 21 May 2000
Venue Estádio Nacional, Oeiras
Referee António Costa (Porto)[1]
Replay
Date 25 May 2000
Venue Estádio Nacional, Oeiras
Referee Lucílio Batista (Lisbon)[2]
1999
2001

The 2000 Taça de Portugal Final was the final match of the 1999–2000 Taça de Portugal, the 59th season of the Taça de Portugal, the premier Portuguese football cup competition organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The final was played at the Estádio Nacional in Oeiras, and opposed two Primeira Liga sides Porto and Sporting CP. As the inaugural final match finished 1–1,[3][4][5] the final was replayed four days later at the same venue with the Dragões defeating the Leões 2–0 to claim their tenth Taça de Portugal.[6][7]

In Portugal, the final was televised live on TVI.[8] As a result of Porto winning the Taça de Portugal, the Dragões qualified for the 2000 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira where they took on their cup opponents who won the 1999–2000 Primeira Liga.[9][10][11]

Match[edit]

Details[edit]

21 May 2000
17:00 WEST
Porto 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Sporting CP
Jardel Goal 4' (Report) Barbosa Goal 56'
Estádio Nacional, Oeiras
Referee: António Costa (Porto)[1]
Porto
Sporting CP
GK 24 Portugal Hilário
RB 7 Portugal Carlos Secretário
CB 33 Portugal Ricardo Silva Booked 88'
CB 4 Brazil Aloísio (c)
LB 30 Brazil Esquerdinha
DM 20 Portugal Paulinho Santos Booked 15' Substituted off 36'
CM 18 Portugal Carlos Chaínho
CM 3 Brazil Rubens Júnior Substituted off 46'
RM 21 Portugal Capucho
LM 11 Serbia and Montenegro Ljubinko Drulović
CF 16 Brazil Mário Jardel Booked 85' Substituted off 105'
Substitutes:
MF 8 Portugal Rui Barros Booked 81' Substituted in 36'
FW 17 Brazil Alessandro Cambalhota Substituted in 105'
FW 28 Brazil Clayton Booked 60' Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Portugal Fernando Santos
GK 1 Denmark Peter Schmeichel
RB 20 Morocco Abdelilah Saber Booked 41'
CB 22 Portugal Beto
CB 50 Brazil André Cruz Booked 29'
LB 23 Portugal Rui Jorge Booked 48' Substituted off 67'
RM 8 Portugal Pedro Barbosa (c) Substituted off 68'
CM 17 Portugal Luís Vidigal
CM 5 Argentina Aldo Duscher
LM 25 Italy Ivone De Franceschi Substituted off 88'
CF 19 Ghana Kwame Ayew
CF 11 Argentina Beto Acosta Booked 51'
Substitutes:
DF 6 Argentina Facundo Quiroga Substituted in 67'
FW 14 Spain Toñito Substituted in 88'
FW 48 Belgium Mbo Mpenza Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Portugal Augusto Inácio
Match officials
  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official:
Match rules
  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Maximum of three substitutions

Replay[edit]

Details[edit]

25 May 2000
20:30 WEST
Porto 2 – 0 Sporting CP
Clayton Goal 47'
Deco Goal 74'
(Report)
Porto
Sporting CP
GK 99 Portugal Vítor Baía
RB 7 Portugal Carlos Secretário Booked 66'
CB 2 Portugal Jorge Costa (c) Booked 25'
CB 4 Brazil Aloísio Booked 68'
LB 30 Brazil Esquerdinha
DM 18 Portugal Carlos Chaínho
CM 29 Brazil Deco Booked 75' Substituted off 90'
CM 28 Brazil Clayton Substituted off 77'
RM 21 Portugal Capucho Substituted off 90'
LM 11 Serbia and Montenegro Ljubinko Drulović Booked 83'
CF 16 Brazil Mário Jardel
Substitutes:
MF 8 Portugal Rui Barros Substituted in 77'
FW 9 Portugal Domingos Paciência Substituted in 90'
FW 17 Brazil Alessandro Cambalhota Substituted in 90'
Manager:
Portugal Fernando Santos
GK 1 Denmark Peter Schmeichel Booked 35'
RB 20 Morocco Abdelilah Saber Booked 31'
CB 22 Portugal Beto
CB 50 Brazil André Cruz Substituted off 42'
LB 23 Portugal Rui Jorge
RM 48 Belgium Mbo Mpenza
CM 5 Argentina Aldo Duscher
CM 17 Portugal Luís Vidigal Booked 45'
LM 8 Portugal Pedro Barbosa (c) Substituted off 67'
CF 10 Brazil Edmilson Substituted off 69'
CF 19 Ghana Kwame Ayew
Substitutes:
DF 6 Argentina Facundo Quiroga Substituted in 42'
MF 25 Italy Ivone De Franceschi Substituted in 69'
FW 14 Spain Toñito Yellow cardRed card 83', 85' Substituted in 67'
Manager:
Portugal Augusto Inácio
1999–2000 Taça de Portugal Winners
Porto
10th Title
Match officials
  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official:
Match rules
  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Maximum of three substitutions

References[edit]