1992 Scottish Cup Final

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1992 Scottish Cup Final
Event1991–92 Scottish Cup
Date9 May 1992
VenueHampden Park, Glasgow
RefereeDouglas Hope
Attendance44,045
1991
1993

The 1992 Scottish Cup Final was played between Rangers and Airdrieonians, at Hampden Park, Glasgow, on 9 May 1992.

Rangers won the match 2–1. They opened the scoring with a goal by Mark Hateley in the 30th minute, a finish from six yards after a low cross from the left. Ally McCoist made it 2–0 with a half volley, before Andy Smith scored a consolation goal from outside the box.

Rangers' route to the final was unusual in that they faced Scottish Premier Division opposition in every round, beating Aberdeen, Motherwell, St Johnstone and Celtic before facing Airdrie.[1]


Match details[edit]

Rangers2 – 1Airdrieonians
Mark Hateley Goal 30'
Ally McCoist Goal 45'
Andy Smith Goal 81'
Attendance: 44,045
Referee: Douglas Hope
RANGERS:
GK 1 Scotland Andy Goram
DF 2 England Gary Stevens
DF 4 Scotland Richard Gough (c)
DF 6 Scotland John Brown
DF 3 Scotland David Robertson
MF 5 England Nigel Spackman
MF 8 Scotland Stuart McCall
MF 11 Ukraine Alexei Mikhailichenko
MF 7 Scotland Ian Durrant Substituted off 87''
FW 9 Scotland Ally McCoist
FW 10 England Mark Hateley
Substitutes:
MF 14 England Dale Gordon Substituted in 87''
FW 12 England Paul Rideout
Manager:
Scotland Walter Smith
AIRDRIEONIANS:
GK 1 Scotland John Martin
DF 2 Scotland Walter Kidd
DF 3 Scotland Sandy Stewart (c)
DF 4 England Chris Honor
DF 5 England Gus Caesar
DF 6 Scotland Paul Jack
MF 7 Scotland Jimmy Boyle
MF 8 Scotland Evan Balfour
MF 11 Scotland Davie Kirkwood Substituted off 82''
FW 9 Scotland Alan Lawrence Substituted off 63''
FW 10 Republic of Ireland Owen Coyle
Substitutes:
FW 12 Scotland Andy Smith Substituted in 63''
MF 14 England Wes Reid Substituted in 82''
Manager:
Scotland Alex MacDonald

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Now you know: Rangers played Premier clubs in each round of Scottish Cup". Evening Times. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 11 November 2017.