2010–11 Croatian Football Cup

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2010–11 Croatian Cup
Country Croatia
Teams 48
Champions Dinamo Zagreb (11th title)
Runners-up Varaždin
Matches played 54
Goals scored 196 (3.63 per match)

The 2010–11 Croatian Cup was the twentieth season of Croatia's football knockout competition.

The defending champions were Hajduk Split, having won their fifth title the previous year by defeating Šibenik in the final.

The cup kicked off with the single-legged preliminary round which was played on 25 August 2010. Most of the top flight clubs entered the competition in the following round, played on 21 and 22 September 2010, with the exception of Karlovac and Lokomotiva, as their cup coefficient (determined by their cup record over the last five seasons) was too low to skip the preliminary round.[1] In addition, RNK Split and Zadar, two of the top level clubs, failed to qualify for the competition.

Calendar[edit]

Round Date(s) Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round
Preliminary round 25 August 2010 16 48 → 32 none
First round 22 September 2010 16 32 → 16 16
Second round 27 October 2010 8 16 → 8 none
Quarter-finals 10 and 24 November 2010 8 8 → 4 none
Semi-finals 6 and 20 April 2011 4 4 → 2 none
Final 11 and 25 May 2011 2 2 → 1 none

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw for the preliminary round was held on 4 August 2010, and matches were held on 25 August and 1 September 2010. This round consisted of 16 single-legged fixtures.[1]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Zagora Unešić 3–0 Jedinstvo Omladinac
2 Opatija 2–1 Velebit
3 Zmaj Blato 1–1 (1–2 p) Karlovac
4 Pazinka 1–2 Zadrugar
5 Vrbovec 4–2 (aet) Mladost Cernik
6 Mladost Petrinja 1–2 BSK Bijelo Brdo
7 Međimurje 2–0 Hrvace
8 Moslavina 3–0 Gaj Mače
9 Nosteria 3–2 Novalja
10 Graničar 2–1 Olimpija Osijek
11* MV Croatia 2–0 Sloboda Slakovec
12 Bjelovar 4–4 (3–4 p) Suhopolje
13 Podravac 0–1 Rudar 47
14 Vinogradar 1–2 (aet) Lokomotiva
15 Slavija Pleternica 7–0 Bilogorac
16 Rudeš 4–1 Borac Imbriovec

* Match played on 1 September.

First round[edit]

First round proper consisted of 16 single-legged matches, with 16 winners of the preliminary round joined by 16 clubs with the highest cup coefficients (including 12 out of the remaining 14 top level clubs, excluding RNK Split and NK Zadar, whose cup coefficients were too low to enter competition). The draw for the first round was held on 2 September, and matches were played on 21 and 22 September 2010.[2][3]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Zadrugar 0–6 Dinamo Zagreb
2* Rudar 47 2–10 Hajduk Split
3 Nosteria 2–4 Rijeka
4 BSK Bijelo Brdo 0–2 Varaždin
5 Opatija 0–1 Slaven Belupo
6 Vrbovec 0–2 NK Zagreb
7 Slavija Pleternica 3–4 (aet) Šibenik
8 Rudeš 0–3 Cibalia
9 Lokomotiva 1–2 Inter Zaprešić
10* MV Croatia 1–2 Osijek
11 Graničar 0–2 Pomorac
12 Suhopolje 3–1 Segesta
13 Zagora Unešić 2–4 (aet) HAŠK
14 Međimurje 3–1 Konavljanin
15 Istra 1961 3–1 Hrvatski Dragovoljac
16* Karlovac 5–0 Moslavina

* Match played on 21 September.

Matches[edit]

21 September 2010
15:30
Rudar 47 2 – 10 Hajduk Split
Tekić Goal 54'
Petrić Goal 59'
Report
(Croatian)
Čop Goal 6'8'10'12'45'52'
Tomasov Goal 32'33'
Andrijašević Goal 57'
Oremuš Goal 71'
Šofta, Donje Ladanje
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Igor Križarić (Čakovec)

Second round[edit]

The second round will be contested by 16 winners from the first round and will be contested in 8 single-legged fixtures scheduled for 27 October 2010. It will be the last stage of the competition employing the single leg format as from the quarter-finals onwards all fixtures will be double-legged events.[4]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Karlovac 0–2 Dinamo Zagreb
2 Hajduk Split 0–1 (aet) Istra 1961
3* Rijeka 3–1 Međimurje
4* Varaždin 1–0 HAŠK
5 Slaven Belupo 2–0 Suhopolje
6* Pomorac 0–1 NK Zagreb
7 Osijek 2–1 Šibenik
8 Inter Zaprešić 0–3 Cibalia

* Match played on 26 October.

Matches[edit]

27 October 2010
17:00
Hajduk Split 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Istra 1961
Report
(Croatian)
Hadžić Goal 105'
Poljud, Split
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Damir Batinić (Osijek)

Quarter-finals[edit]

The eight clubs remaining in the competition after the second round were paired for the quarter-finals. From the quarter-finals onwards the ties will be played in a two-legged format. The draw was held on 28 October, first legs will be played on 10 November and second legs on 24 November 2010.[5]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Varaždin 6–3 Rijeka 2–1 4–2
NK Zagreb 2–6 Slaven Belupo 1–1 1–5
Istra 1961 2–5 Cibalia 2–3 0–2
Dinamo Zagreb 5–1 Osijek 2–0 3–1

Semi-finals[edit]

First legs[edit]

5 April 2011
Cibalia 1 – 0 Varaždin
Kresinger Goal 31' Report
(Croatian)
Stadion HNK Cibalia, Vinkovci
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Igor Pristovnik (Zagreb)
6 April 2011
Dinamo Zagreb 4 – 1 Slaven Belupo
Sammir Goal 7' (pen.)
Sylvestr Goal 9'
Badelj Goal 23' (pen.)
Tomečak Goal 88'
Report
(Croatian)
Benko Goal 35'
Maksimir, Zagreb
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Ivan Bebek (Rijeka)

Second legs[edit]

20 April 2011
Varaždin 3 – 0 Cibalia
Vugrinec Goal 47'84' (pen.)
F. Škvorc Goal 80'
Report
(Croatian)
Parmaković Red card 83'
Anđelko Herjavec, Varaždin
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Fran Jović (Zagreb)

Varaždin won 3–1 on aggregate

20 April 2011
Slaven Belupo 0 – 1 Dinamo Zagreb
Report
(Croatian)
Tomečak Goal 85'
Gradski stadion, Koprivnica
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Domagoj Vučkov (Rijeka)

Dinamo Zagreb won 5–1 on aggregate

Final[edit]

Dinamo Zagreb and Varaždin have reached the 2011 final. Since Dinamo had already secured the 2010–11 Prva HNL league title by beating Osijek 1–0 on 23 April they will be looking to win their seventh domestic Double. This will be their 15th appearance in the cup final since the competition's establishment in 1992, out of which they had won ten cup titles.

Varaždin had secured a spot in the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League by reaching the cup final as Dinamo had already qualified for European competitions via Prva HNL. This will be Varaždin's sixth appearance in the final and they will be looking for their first cup win as the club lost all of their previous five finals (in 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004 and 2006).

First leg[edit]

11 May 2011
20:10
Dinamo Zagreb 5 – 1 Varaždin
Sammir Goal 10'
Tonel Goal 45+1'
Bećiraj Goal 72'79'
Badelj Goal 80'
Report
(Croatian)
D. Škvorc Goal 35'
Maksimir, Zagreb
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Ivan Bebek (Rijeka)
DINAMO ZAGREB:
GK 30 Croatia Ivan Kelava
DF 3 Argentina Luis Ibáñez
MF 5 Argentina Adrián Calello Booked 67'
MF 10 Brazil Sammir Substituted off 85'
DF 13 Portugal Tonel
DF 14 Croatia Šime Vrsaljko
MF 16 Croatia Milan Badelj (c)
FW 21 Montenegro Fatos Bećiraj
MF 25 Argentina Leandro Cufré
FW 55 Croatia Ante Rukavina Substituted off 81'
MF 77 Chile Pedro Morales Substituted off 65'
Substitutes:
MF 11 Croatia Ivan Tomečak Substituted in 65'
MF 6 Croatia Arijan Ademi Substituted in 81'
MF 7 Croatia Josip Brezovec Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Croatia Marijo Tot
VARAŽDIN:
GK 12 Croatia Denis Krklec
MF 5 Croatia Mario Brlečić
DF 14 Croatia Karlo Šimek
MF 16 Croatia Srebrenko Posavec Substituted off 75'
DF 18 Croatia Adam Sušac
DF 19 Bosnia and Herzegovina Josip Kvesić
MF 20 Croatia Josip Golubar
DF 25 Croatia Dino Škvorc
FW 28 Croatia Filip Škvorc
FW 30 Croatia Davor Vugrinec Substituted off 65'
MF 81 Croatia Nikola Šafarić (c)
Substitutes:
MF 8 Croatia Dejan Glavica Substituted in 65'
FW 17 Croatia Dominik Glavina Substituted in 75'
Manager:
Croatia Samir Toplak

Second leg[edit]

25 May 2011
20:10
Varaždin 1 – 3 Dinamo Zagreb
Šafarić Goal 6' Report
(Croatian)
Ibáñez Goal 10'
Badelj Goal 70'
Bećiraj Goal 82'
Anđelko Herjavec, Varaždin
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Domagoj Vučkov (Rijeka)
VARAŽDIN:
GK 12 Croatia Denis Krklec Substituted off 73'
MF 5 Croatia Mario Brlečić
MF 6 Croatia Roberto Punčec Booked 36'
MF 7 Croatia Adnan Aganović
MF 8 Croatia Dejan Glavica Substituted off 61'
MF 10 Croatia Nikola Šafarić (c) Substituted off 77'
DF 15 Croatia Nikola Tkalčić
FW 17 Croatia Dominik Glavina Booked 72'
DF 19 Bosnia and Herzegovina Josip Kvesić
DF 25 Croatia Dino Škvorc
FW 28 Croatia Filip Škvorc Booked 30'
Substitutes:
MF 20 Croatia Josip Golubar Substituted in 61'
GK 1 Croatia Ante Mrmić Substituted in 73'
MF 43 Croatia Saša Hojski Substituted in 77'
Manager:
Croatia Samir Toplak
DINAMO ZAGREB:
GK 30 Croatia Ivan Kelava
DF 3 Argentina Luis Ibáñez
DF 6 Croatia Arijan Ademi Booked 66'
MF 8 Croatia Mateo Kovačić Substituted off 79'
MF 10 Brazil Sammir
MF 11 Croatia Ivan Tomečak
DF 13 Portugal Tonel
DF 14 Croatia Šime Vrsaljko Booked 34' Substituted off 73'
MF 15 Cameroon Mathias Chago Booked 59'
MF 16 Croatia Milan Badelj (c) Booked 29'
FW 55 Croatia Ante Rukavina Substituted off 57'
Substitutes:
FW 21 Montenegro Fatos Bećiraj Substituted in 57'
DF 4 Croatia Leonard Mesarić Substituted in 73'
MF 7 Croatia Josip Brezovec Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Croatia Marijo Tot

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Korać, Branimir (4 August 2010). "Karlovac u Blatu, Lokomotivi težak posao". Sportnet.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 4 August 2010. 
  2. ^ Rupnik, Borna (2 September 2010). "Dinamo na Zadrugar, Hajduk na Rudar". Sportnet.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 2 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "Hajduk, Osijek i Karlovac utakmice 1/16 kupa igraju u utorak". Prva-HNL.hr (in Croatian). 17 September 2010. Retrieved 20 September 2010. 
  4. ^ "Osmina finala HNK-a: Pomorac-Zagreb, Rijeka-Međimurje i Varaždin HAŠK u utorak". Prva-HNL.hr (in Croatian). 22 October 2010. Retrieved 27 October 2010. 
  5. ^ Zovko, Ante (28 October 2010). "Dinamo protiv Osijeka, Istra na Cibaliju". Sportnet.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 28 October 2010. 

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