2000 UEFA Super Cup

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2000 UEFA Super Cup
After extra time
Date 25 August 2000
Venue Stade Louis II, Monaco
Man of the Match Okan Buruk (Galatasaray)[1]
Referee Günther Benkö (Austria)[2]
Attendance 15,000[1][3]
1999
2001

The 2000 UEFA Super Cup was a football match played on 25 August 2000 between Real Madrid of Spain and Galatasaray of Turkey. Real Madrid qualified by beating Valencia in the 2000 UEFA Champions League Final, while Galatasaray had made it to the Super Cup after beating Arsenal in the 2000 UEFA Cup Final. Galatasaray won the match 2–1, both goals scored by Mário Jardel, the latter a golden goal.

This was the first Super Cup contested by the winners of the UEFA Cup (now the UEFA Europa League). Until 1999, it was contested by the winners of the UEFA Champions League and the winners of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, but the Cup Winners' Cup was discontinued after the 1998–99 season.

Venue[edit]

The Stade Louis II in Monaco has been the venue for the UEFA Super Cup since 1998.[1] It was built in 1985, and is also the home of AS Monaco, who play in the French league system.

Teams[edit]

Team Qualification Previous participation (bold indicates winners)
Spain Real Madrid 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League winners 1998
Turkey Galatasaray 1999–2000 UEFA Cup winners None

Match summary[edit]

Two goals from new signing Mário Jardel, including a 103rd minute golden goal winner, provided Galatasaray with their second UEFA trophy in three months as the Turkish side captured the UEFA Super Cup by defeating Real Madrid 2-1 at the Stade Louis II stadium in Monaco.

Spot-kick success[edit]

Until Jardel's winning strike, the match had been a tale of two penalties as Jardel and Raúl both fired spot-kicks home for either side. The Turks took the lead in the 41st minute when Jardel beat Real goalkeeper Iker Casillas after Iván Campo was adjudged to have bundled over Hakan Ünsal inside the penalty area. But Real replied 11 minutes from full-time when Raúl drilled the ball past Cláudio Taffarel after Suat Kaya was ruled to have handled Sávio's attempted cross. However, Jardel, signed from FC Porto to replace the departed Hakan Şükür, enhanced his reputation even further when he turned home substitute Fatih Akyel's low cross from the right past Casillas from eight metres in extra-time much to the delight of the assembled Turkish contingent.

Surprise lead[edit]

Real Madrid, last season's UEFA Champions League winners, had the majority of both possession and scoring chances, but were unable to fashion a goal despite several attempts on goal by recent signing Luís Figo. The Spaniards, for whom Iván Helguera joined Iván Campo at the centre of their defence, offered more attacking threat from the kick-off, with Figo shooting narrowly over Taffarel's crossbar from 16 metres after Austrian official Günter Benkö decided to play advantage, despite the raised flag of his assistant in the 12th minute. Moments later, Figo again shot over from a free-kick after Guti had been upended 20 metres from goal. Galatasaray responded with a quick counter when Gheorghe Hagi nodded Taffarel's hurried clearance towards Jardel, but Campo hurried across to avert any danger.

Bad miss[edit]

Raúl then squandered Real's best chance of the half in the 16th minute with virtually his first touch of the match. Roberto Carlos swung in a low cross from midway inside the Galatasaray half that threaded its way to Raúl at the far post, but the Spanish international blazed over from close range. By now, Real were beginning to assume control, with Figo again lofting the ball over from a free-kick, Sávio testing Taffarel with a shot from an acute angle on the left, and Geremi heading a ball into the arms of Taffarel from Figo's corner, all in the space of three minutes.

Turkish revival[edit]

The Turks, contesting the match as UEFA Cup holders, broke the siege in the 25th minute when Gheorghe Hagi's cross from the left found the head of Ümit Davala, but his effort sailed across goal without unduly troubling Iker Casillas. The move seemed to signal a Turkish revival with Hagi's rasping 25-metre drive palmed behind by Casillas in the 38th minute after the Romanian international was given the time and space to tee up his goal attempt from a worked free-kick. Hagi and Jardel then combined inside the penalty area to play in Okan Buruk, but his shot was charged down, as was Bülent Korkmaz's effort from the rebound before the Turkish side finally found the target.

Real handed lifeline[edit]

Real's first goal attempt of the second half fell to Roberto Carlos, who swerved the ball into the arms of the waiting Taffarel from 30 metres after Okan was penalised for fouling Sávio. However, Galatasaray should have extended their lead in the 58th minute when Bülent volleyed the ball over the angle of post and bar from five metres when well-placed. Pedro Munitis, substituted in for the disappointing Guti, then helped to set up Raúl in the 63rd minute, but like Bülent moments before him, was guilty of a dreadful miss from seven metres as his effort failed to test Taffarel.

The Spaniards began to look more desperate to score as the match developed, with Claude Makélélé unable to find the target after sidestepping a half-hearted challenge to shoot wide from 12 metres out, shortly before they were thrown a lifeline when Austrian official Benkö pointed to the spot. Raúl left nothing to chance as he drilled the ball past Taffarel for the equaliser.

Late attacks[edit]

Both sides attempted to avoid extra-time by throwing attackers forward in the final minutes with Suat Kaya and substitute Hasan Şaş close for Galatasaray, while at the other end, Taffarel had to dive smartly to his left three minutes from time to turn Albert Celades' six-metre shot around the post following some good work by Pedro Munitis.

Details[edit]

25 August 2000
20:45 CEST
Real Madrid Spain 1–2 (a.e.t.) Turkey Galatasaray
Raúl Goal 79' (pen.) Report Jardel Goal 41' (pen.), Golden goal in the 103rd minute 103'
Stade Louis II, Monaco
Attendance: 15,000[1]
Referee: Günther Benkö (Austria)[2]
Real Madrid
Galatasaray
GK 25 Spain Iker Casillas
CB 12 Spain Iván Campo Substituted off 66'
CB 15 Spain Iván Helguera Booked 32'
RWB  21 Cameroon Geremi
LWB  3 Brazil Roberto Carlos
RM 10 Portugal Luís Figo Booked 70'
CM 16 France Claude Makélélé  Booked 22'
CM 6 Spain Albert Celades Substituted off 100'
LM 11 Brazil Sávio
AM 14 Spain Guti Substituted off 53'
CF 7 Spain Raúl (c)
Substitutes:
GK 13 Spain César Sánchez
DF 2 Spain Míchel Salgado Substituted in 100'
DF 18 Spain Aitor Karanka
MF 17 Brazil Flávio Conceição Substituted in 66'
MF 19 Argentina Santiago Solari
FW 22 Spain Pedro Munitis Booked 99'  Substituted in 53'
Manager:
Spain Vicente del Bosque
GK 1 Brazil Cláudio Taffarel
RB 35 Brazil Capone Substituted off 86'
CB 4 Romania Gheorghe Popescu
CB 3 Turkey Bülent Korkmaz (c)
LB 57 Turkey Hakan Ünsal
RM 7 Turkey Okan Buruk Booked 7' Substituted off 81'
CM 5 Turkey Emre Belözoğlu
CM 8 Turkey Suat Kaya Booked 29'
LM 10 Romania Gheorghe Hagi Substituted off 72'
CF 22 Turkey Ümit Davala Booked 90'
CF 9 Brazil Mário Jardel
Substitutes:
GK 16 Turkey Kerem İnan
DF 6 Turkey Ahmet Yıldırım
DF 14 Turkey Fatih Akyel Substituted in 86'
MF 11 Turkey Hasan Şaş Substituted in 81'
MF 28 Turkey Bülent Akın Substituted in 72'
FW 20 Turkey Serkan Aykut
Manager:
Romania Mircea Lucescu

Man of the Match:
Turkey Okan Buruk (Galatasaray)[1][3]

Assistant referees:
Austria Egon Bereuter (Austria)[2]
Austria Markus Mayr (Austria)[2]
Fourth official:
Austria Fritz Stuchlik (Austria)[2]

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time golden goal if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Six named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Match Press Kit (2009)" (PDF). Union of European Football Associations. p. 18. Retrieved 1 June 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Galatasaray, Süper Kupa finalinde". NTV (in Turkish). 25 August 2000. Retrieved 30 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Süper Kupa, Galatasaray’ın". NTV (in Turkish). 21 September 2000. Retrieved 30 August 2014. 

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