2001 Norwegian Football Cup Final

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The 2001 Norwegian Football Cup Final was played between Bryne and Viking and ended 0–3 in Viking's favour. The first goal was an own goal after a corner, Morten Berre scored the second, and the last was scored by Hannu Tihinen. Despite the victory, the players reported for training at 2 p.m. the next day.[1]

November 4, 2001
Bryne FK 0–3 Viking FK
Goal Eskeland 5' (OG)
Goal Berre 56'
Goal Tihinen 71'
Bryne:
GK 1 Norway Roger Eskeland (C)
DF 17 Norway Anders Friberg Booked 0 (- 72')
DF 3 Sweden Marcus Andreasson
DF 19 Norway Knut Henry Haraldsen
DF 5 Norway Ole Hjelmhaug
MF 18 Norway Pål Håpnes
MF 7 Sweden Jonas Jonsson
MF 10 Norway Lasse Strand 0 (-64')
FW 16 Norway Kai-Ove Stokkeland (- 58')
FW 11 Sweden Pierre Gallo
FW 26 Sweden Dejan Pavlovic
Substitutions:
MF 20 Norway Kenneth Giske (+ 58')
MF 8 Norway Geir Atle Undheim (+ 64')
FW 23 Sweden Peter Olofsson (+ 72')
Coach:
Sweden Reine Almqvist
Viking:
GK - Denmark Bo Andersen
DF - Norway Bjørn Dahl
DF - Finland Hannu Tihinen
DF - Finland Toni Kuivasto
DF - Norway Thomas Pereira (C) 0
MF - Norway Tom Sanne 0 (- 82')
MF - Norway Trygve Nygaard
MF - Norway Brede Hangeland
MF - Norway Morten Berre
FW - Norway Jørgen Tengesdal 0 (- 84')
FW - Norway Erik Nevland 0 (- 79')
Substitutions:
MF - Norway Bjørn Berland (+ 79')
FW - Norway Kristian Sørli (+ 82')
MF - Norway Bjarte Lunde Aarsheim (+ 84')
Coach:
Sweden Benny Lennartsson

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