2006 Belgian Super Cup

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2006 Belgian Supercup
Date 20 December 2006
Venue Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Anderlecht, Brussels
Referee Serge Gumienny
Attendance 13,400
Weather Mostly Cloudy
3 °C (37 °F)[1]
2005
2007

The 2006 Belgian Supercup was a football match between the winners of the previous season's Belgian First Division and Belgian Cup competitions. It was played and abandoned at halftime on 22 July 2006, due to excessive rain and later replayed from the beginning on 20 December 2006. The match was contested by Cup winners Zulte Waregem, and 2005–06 Belgian First Division champions, Anderlecht. Both matches were played at the ground of the league champions as usual, in this case the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium.

Anderlecht won its seventh Supercup title, as it beat Zulte Waregem in the (replayed) match by a score of 3-1 through goals from Ahmed Hassan, Juhász and Siani.

Details[edit]

20 December 2006
20:30 CEST
Anderlecht 3–1 Zulte Waregem
Hassan Goal 35' (pen.)
Juhász Goal 77'
Siani Goal 90+2'
Report Vandendriessche Goal 50'
Anderlecht
Zulte Waregem
GK 22 Belgium Davy Schollen
RB 31 Belgium Mark De Man
CB 23 Hungary Roland Juhász
CB 3 Belgium Olivier Deschacht
LB 6 Belgium Jelle Van Damme
RM 8 Argentina Cristian Leiva Substituted off 86'
CM 5 Argentina Lucas Biglia Substituted off 61'
LM 14 Belgium Bart Goor (c) Substituted off 91'
RF 16 Nigeria Oladapo Olufemi Substituted off 58'
CF 10 Egypt Ahmed Hassan Substituted off 88'
LF 38 Belgium Roland Lamah Substituted off 58'
Substitutes:
GK Czech Republic Daniel Zítka
MF 42 Cameroon Sébastien Siani Substituted in 58'
RB 4 Belgium Yves Vanderhaeghe Substituted in 61'
CF 39 Belgium Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe Substituted in 86'
DM 29 Argentina Nicolás Frutos Substituted in 88'
CF 99 Ivory Coast Bakary Saré Substituted in 91'
CF 18 Tunisia Sami Allagui Substituted in 58'
Manager:
Belgium Franky Vercauteren
RSC Anderlecht-Zulte Waregem 2006-12-20.svg
GK 23 Belgium Sammy Bossut
RB 17 Belgium Lander Van Steenbrugghe Booked 8' Substituted off 83'
CB 4 Belgium Stefan Leleu (c)
CB 22 France Frédéric Dindeleux
LB 13 Belgium Bart Buysse Substituted off 46'
RM 9 France Matthieu Verschuère
CM 19 Belgium Jonas Vandermarliere
CM 3 Belgium Karel D'Haene
LM 5 France Loris Reina
CF 20 Nigeria Mohammed Aliyu Datti Substituted off 46'
CF 24 Peru Juan Diego González-Vigil Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK Belgium Pieter Merlier
CM 26 Belgium Giuseppe Riolo Substituted in 83'
CM 16 Belgium Wouter Vandendriessche Substituted in 46'
CF 7 Belgium Tim Matthys Substituted in 46'
CF 11 Belgium Cédric Roussel Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Belgium Francky Dury

Abandoned Match Details[edit]

Originally, the match was to be played on 22 July 2006, but stopped at halftime due to excessive rain and thunderstorms 25 °C (77 °F).[2] At that point, no goals had been made.

22 July 2006
20:30 CET
Anderlecht Abandoned (0–0) Zulte Waregem
Report
GK Czech Republic Daniel Zítka
CM Morocco Mbark Boussoufa
CB Belgium Olivier Deschacht
CF Egypt Ahmed Hassan
CB Hungary Roland Juhász
LM Belgium Bart Goor
CF Burundi Mohammed Tchité
DM Ivory Coast Cheick Tioté
LB Belgium Jelle Van Damme
RM Belgium Anthony Vanden Borre
CD Belgium Yves Vanderhaeghe
Substitutes:
GK Belgium Davy Schollen
CF Tunisia Sami Allagui
CM Argentina Lucas Biglia
LM Czech Republic Martin Kolář
CF Belgium Mbo Mpenza
CM Belgium Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe
Manager:
Belgium Franky Vercauteren
GK Belgium Geert De Vlieger
CB Belgium Tjörven De Brul
CM Belgium Nathan D'Haemers
CM Belgium Karel D'Haene
CB Belgium Chris Janssens
LM Belgium Stijn Meert
CB Belgium Stijn Minne
LM France Loris Reina
CF Belgium Cédric Roussel
CM Belgium Tony Sergeant
DM Belgium Ludwin Van Nieuwenhuyze
Substitutes:
LB Belgium Bart Buysse
CB France Frédéric Dindeleux
CB Belgium Stefan Leleu
CF Belgium Tim Matthys
CM Belgium Wouter Vandendriessche
CM Belgium Jonas Vandermarliere
Manager:
Belgium Francky Dury

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History for BRU, Belgium". wunderground.com. Weather Underground. 20 December 2006. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "History for BRU, Belgium". wunderground.com. Weather Underground. 22 July 2006. Retrieved 15 May 2013.