1978–79 UEFA Cup

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1978–79 UEFA Cup
Dates 13 September 1978 – 23 May 1979
Final positions
Champions West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach (2nd title)
Runners-up Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) Denmark Allan Simonsen (9 goals)

The 1978–79 UEFA Cup was won by Borussia Mönchengladbach on aggregate over Red Star Belgrade.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 2–1 Italy L.R. Vicenza 1–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Milan Italy 1–1 (7–6 p) Czechoslovakia Lokomotíva Košice 1–0 (Report) 0–1 (aet) (Report)
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 3–5 Spain Valencia 2–1 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany 7–2 Austria Sturm Graz 5–1 (Report) 2–1 (Report)
Argeș Pitești Romania 5–1 Greece Panathinaikos 3–0 (Report) 2–1 (Report)
Athletic Bilbao Spain 2–3 Netherlands Ajax 2–0 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
Finn Harps Republic of Ireland 0–10 England Everton 0–5 (Report) 0–5 (Report)
Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg 0–2 Switzerland Lausanne Sports 0–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Nantes France 0–2 Portugal Benfica 0–2 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Sporting Gijón Spain 3–1 Italy Torino 3–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Braga Portugal 7–3 Malta Hibernians 5–0 (Report) 2–3 (Report)
Galatasaray Turkey 2–6 England West Bromwich Albion 1–3 (Report) 1–3 (Report)
Berliner FC Dynamo East Germany 6–6(a) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 5–2 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
KuPS Finland 6–5 Denmark B 1903 2–1 (Report) 4–4 (Report)
Basel Switzerland 3–7 West Germany Stuttgart 2–3 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
Torpedo Moscow Soviet Union 7–3 Norway Molde 4–0 (Report) 3–3 (Report)
Elfsborg Sweden 3–4 France Strasbourg 2–0 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
MSV Duisburg West Germany 10–2 Poland Lech Poznań 5–0 (Report) 5–2 (Report)
Standard Liège Belgium 1–0 Scotland Dundee United 1–0 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Start Norway 0–1 Denmark Esbjerg 0–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Arsenal England 7–1 East Germany Lokomotive Leipzig 3–0 (Report) 4–1 (Report)
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 3–2 Belgium Lierse 1–0 (Report) 2–2 (Report)
IBV Iceland (a)1–1 Northern Ireland Glentoran 0–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Twente Netherlands 3–4 England Manchester City 1–1 (Report) 2–3 (Report)
Hibernian Scotland 3–2 Sweden IFK Norrköping 3–2 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Politehnica Timișoara Romania 3–2 Hungary MTK Hungária 2–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Pezoporikos Larnaca Cyprus 3–7 Poland Śląsk Wrocław 2–2 (Report) 1–5 (Report)
Olympiacos Greece 3–4 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 2–1 (Report) 1–3 (aet) (Report)
Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 3–1 Italy Napoli 2–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–2 Austria Rapid Wien 2–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Hertha BSC West Germany 2–1 Bulgaria Botev Plovdiv 0–0 (Report) 2–1 (Report)
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 8–2 Turkey Adanaspor 6–0 (Report) 2–2 (Report)

First leg[edit]



13 September 1978
Sporting Gijón Spain 3–0 Italy Torino
E. Ferrero Goal 4'
Morán Goal 14'66'
El Molinón, Gijón
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Franz Wöhrer (Austria)

Enzo Ferrero scored an olympic goal.


13 September 1978
Berliner FC Dynamo East Germany 5–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Riediger Goal 16'28'69'
Netz Goal 20'
Brillat Goal 89'
Šestić Goal 34'
Savić Goal 36'
Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark, East Berlin
Referee: Gianfranco Menegali (Italy)

13 September 1978
20:00
Basel Switzerland 2 – 3 Germany Stuttgart
Stohler Goal 30'
Tanner Goal 78'
Report Goal 44' D. Hoeneß
Goal 54'70' Ohlicher

13 September 1978
Elfsborg Sweden 2–0 France Strasbourg
Svensson Goal 17'
Magnusson Goal 44' (pen.)

13 September 1978
Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 2–0 Italy Napoli
Kipiani Goal 39'
Shengelia Goal 49'
Dinamo Stadium, Tbilisi
Attendance: 90,000

13 September 1978
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 Austria Rapid Wien
Čop Goal 32'
Luketin Goal 90+3'
Kod Stare Plinare Stadium, Split
Referee: Paul Bonett (Malta)


13 September 1978
Hertha BSC Germany 0–0 Bulgaria Botev Plovdiv
Olympiastadion, West Berlin
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: John Hunting (England)

13 September 1978
Braga Portugal 5–0 Malta Hibernians
Chico Gordo Goal 2'17'19'77'
Lito Goal 74'
Report
Estádio 1º de Maio, Braga
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Tomeo Palanques (Spain)

Second leg[edit]

Dukla Prague won 2–1 on aggregate.


Lokomotíva Košice 1–1 Milan on aggregate. Milan won 7–6 on penalties.


27 September 1978
Torino Italy 1–0 Spain Sporting Gijón
Graziani Goal 64'
Stadio Comunale, Turin
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Béla Nagy (Hungary)

Sporting Gijón won 3–1 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–1 East Germany Berliner FC Dynamo
Savić Goal 58'
Borovnica Goal 69'80'
Šestić Goal 89'
Riediger Goal 12'
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Referee: Sandor Kuti (Hungary)

Berliner FC Dynamo 6–6 Red Star Belgrade. Red Star Belgrade won on away goals.


27 September 1978
20:00
Stuttgart Germany 4 – 1 Switzerland Basel
Kelsch Goal 24'48'68'
Müller Goal 64'
Report Goal 35' Schönenberger

Stuttgart won 7–3 on aggregate.


Strasbourg won 4–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Napoli Italy 1–1 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi
Savoldi Goal 79' (pen.) Daraselia Goal 66'
Stadio San Paolo, Naples
Attendance: 75,000

Dinamo Tbilisi won 3–1 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Rapid Wien Austria 2–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Krejcirik Goal 73'
Francker Goal 89'
Žungul Goal 24'
Praterstadion, Vienna
Referee: Angel Franco Martinez (Spain)

Hajduk Split won 3–2 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Valencia Spain 4–1 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Saura Goal 16'82'
Felman Goal 53'
Kempes Goal 87'
Hristov Goal 17'

Valencia won 5–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Botev Plovdiv Bulgaria 1–2 Germany Hertha BSC
Slavkov Goal 49' Granitza Goal 32'41'
Hristo Botev Stadium, Plovdiv
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Jack Baumann (Switzerland)

Hertha BSC Berlin won 2–1 on aggregate.


13 September 1978
Hibernians Malta 3–2 Portugal Braga
Carter Goal 20'69'
Spiteri-Gonzi Goal 86'
Report Chico Gordo Goal 29'
Ronaldo Goal 49'
Valletta
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Heinz Fahnler (Austria)

Braga won 7–3 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ajax Netherlands 5–0 Switzerland Lausanne Sports 1–0 (Report) 4–0 (Report)
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 4–2 Romania Politehnica Timișoara 4–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Everton England 2–2(a) Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 2–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Argeș Pitești Romania 4–6 Spain Valencia 2–1 (Report) 2–5 (Report)
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 0–3 West Germany MSV Duisburg 0–0 (Report) 0–3 (aet) (Report)
Torpedo Moscow Soviet Union 2–3 West Germany Stuttgart 2–1 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–2(a) England Arsenal 2–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Hertha BSC West Germany 2–1 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi 2–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
IBV Iceland 1–4 Poland Śląsk Wrocław 0–2 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
KuPS Finland 1–6 Denmark Esbjerg 0–2 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
Manchester City England 4–2 Belgium Standard Liège 4–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Levski Sofia Bulgaria 1–4 Italy Milan 1–1 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
Strasbourg France 2–1 Scotland Hibernian 2–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Braga Portugal 0–3 England West Bromwich Albion 0–2 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Benfica Portugal 0–2 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–0 (Report) 0–2 (aet) (Report)
Sporting Gijón Spain 1–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–1 (Report) 1–1 (Report)

First leg[edit]

19 October 1978
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–1 England Arsenal
Čop Goal 13'
Đorđević Goal 39'
Brady Goal 16'
Kod Stare Plinare Stadium, Split
Referee: Ernst H. Dörflinger (Switzerland)



Second leg[edit]

1 November 1978
Arsenal England 1–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Young Goal 83'
Arsenal Stadium, London
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (Italy)

Arsenal 2–2 Hajduk Split. Arsenal won on away goals.


1 November 1978
Milan Italy 3–0 Bulgaria Levski Sofia
Maldera Goal 12'
Bigon Goal 40'
Chiodi Goal 75'

Milan won 4–1 on aggregate. On 23 November 1978, UEFA fined Milan $14,000 for a bribery attempt to the Scottish referee John Gordon and linesmen Rollo Kyle and David McCartney (Italian club took the officials to shop for free the day before the game). Curiously, UEFA did not sanction the referee at all, however, Scottish Football Association suspended him.


Strasbourg won 2–1 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–1 Spain Sporting Gijón
Petrović Goal 82' Borovnica Goal 21' (o.g.)
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Referee: Georges Konrath (France)

Red Star Belgrade won 2–1 on aggregate.

Third round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Milan Italy 2–5 England Manchester City 2–2 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany 5–3 Poland Śląsk Wrocław 1–1 (Report) 4–2 (Report)
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 4–3 Netherlands Ajax 4–1 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Esbjerg Denmark 2–5 West Germany Hertha BSC 2–1 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
Strasbourg France 0–4 West Germany MSV Duisburg 0–0 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–1 England Arsenal 1–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Valencia Spain 1–3 England West Bromwich Albion 1–1 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Stuttgart West Germany 4–5 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 4–1 (Report) 0–4 (Report)

First leg[edit]

22 November 1978
Milan Italy 2–2 England Manchester City
Bigon Goal 59'82' Kidd Goal 37'
Power Goal 57'


22 November 1978
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–0 England Arsenal
Blagojević Goal 12'
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Referee: Eldar Azim Zade (Soviet Union)

Second leg[edit]

6 December 1978
Manchester City England 3–0 Italy Milan
Booth Goal 15'
Hartford Goal 31'
Kidd Goal 43'

Manchester City won 5–2 on aggregate.


6 December 1978
MSV Duisburg West Germany 4–0 France Strasbourg
Worm Goal 33'
Weber Goal 43'76'
Fruck Goal 48'

Duisburg won 4–0 on aggregate.


Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 4–4(a) West Germany MSV Duisburg 2–3 2–1
Hertha BSC West Germany 3–2 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 1–1 2–1
Manchester City England 2–4 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–1 1–3
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–1 England West Bromwich Albion 1–0 1–1

First leg[edit]

7 March 1979
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 2–3 West Germany MSV Duisburg
Varga Goal 36'
Weimper Goal 49' (pen.)
Report UEFA

Report

Worm Goal 23'53'
Seliger Goal 85'
Bozsik Stadion, Budapest
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Georges Konrath (France)

7 March 1979
Hertha BSC West Germany 1–1 Czech Republic Dukla Prague
Nüssing Goal 7' Report UEFA

Report

Pelc Goal 51'
Olympiastadion, West Berlin
Attendance: 23,300
Referee: Svein-Inge Thime (Norway)


Second leg[edit]

21 March 1979
MSV Duisburg West Germany 1–2 Hungary Budapest Honvéd
Büssers Goal 36' Report UEFA

Report

Poczik Goal 84'
Pal Goal 88'
Wedaustadion, Duisburg
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)

MSV Duisburg 4–4 Budapest Honvéd. Duisburg won on away goals.


21 March 1979
Dukla Prague Czech Republic 1–2 West Germany Hertha BSC
Nehoda Goal 21' Report UEFA

Report

Agerbeck Goal 32'
Milewski Goal 57'
Stadion Juliska, Prague
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Ian Foote (Scotland)

Hertha BSC Berlin won 3–2 on aggregate.


21 March 1979
Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany 3–1 England Manchester City
Kulik Goal 26'
Bruns Goal 52'
Del'Haye Goal 71'
Report UEFA

Report

Deyna Goal 78'
Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: César Correia Diaz da Luz (Portugal)

Borussia Mönchengladbach won 4–2 on aggregate.


Red Star Belgrade won 2–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
MSV Duisburg West Germany 3–6 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 2–2 1–4
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (a)2–2 West Germany Hertha BSC 1–0 1–2

First leg[edit]


Second leg[edit]

Borussia Mönchengladbach won 6–3 on aggregate.


24 April 1979
Hertha BSC West Germany 2–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Beer Goal 2'
Sidka Goal 18'
Report UEFA

Report

Šestić Goal 74'
Olympiastadion, West Berlin
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Riccardo Lattanzi (Italy)

Red Star Belgrade 2–2 Hertha BSC Berlin. Red Star Belgrade won on away goals.

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

23 May 1979
20:15
Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany 1–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Simonsen Goal 15' (pen.) Report UEFA

Report

Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (Italy)

Borussia Mönchengladbach won 2–1 on aggregate.

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