2001 Coppa Italia Final

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2001 Coppa Italia Final
Event 2000–01 Coppa Italia
First leg
Date 24 May 2001
Venue Stadio Ennio Tardini, Parma, Italy
Referee Gennaro Borriello
Attendance 17,685
Second leg
Date 13 June 2001
Venue Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence, Italy
Referee Massimo De Santis
Attendance 37,664
2000
2002

The 2001 Coppa Italia Final was the final of the 2000–01 Coppa Italia, the 53rd season of the top cup competition in Italian football. The match was played over two legs on 24 May and 13 June 2001 between Parma and Fiorentina. The final was won by Fiorentina, who claimed their sixth Coppa Italia title with a 2–1 aggregate victory.

Previous finals[edit]

This was Parma's fourth Coppa Italia final and Fiorentina's tenth. Parma had previously won the trophy twice and Fiorentina had done so on five occasions.

First leg[edit]

Summary[edit]

The first leg was at Parma's home, the Stadio Ennio Tardini. It remained level for the vast majority of the 90 minutes, but it was ex-Tardini regular Paolo Vanoli who got the only goal of the game for Fiorentina with just minutes left on the clock. Two years earlier, the left-back had scored for Parma to help them to victory in the 1999 UEFA Cup Final.

Details[edit]

24 May 2001
21:00
Parma 0–1 Fiorentina
Report Vanoli Goal 87'
Stadio Ennio Tardini, Parma
Attendance: 17,685
Referee: Gennaro Borriello (Italy)
Parma
Fiorentina
GK 12 Italy Matteo Guardalben
RB 6 Argentina Roberto Sensini
CB 17 Italy Fabio Cannavaro
CB 21 France Lilian Thuram
LB 16 Brazil Júnior
MF 2 Italy Luigi Sartor Substituted off 72'
MF 25 Argentina Matías Almeyda
MF 8 France Sabri Lamouchi
MF 18 France Johan Micoud
FW 9 Serbia Savo Milošević Substituted off 81'
FW 20 Italy Marco Di Vaio Substituted off 62'
Substitutes:
GK 22 Italy Davide Micillo
MF 3 Italy Antonio Benarrivo
MF 19 Italy Stefano Torrisi
MF 4 Ghana Stephen Appiah
MF 10 Brazil Amoroso Substituted in 62'
FW 70 Cameroon Patrick Mboma Substituted in 81'
MF 7 Portugal Sérgio Conceição Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Italy Alberto Malesani
GK 1 Italy Francesco Toldo
RB 14 Italy Paolo Vanoli
CB 2 Italy Tomáš Řepka
CB 4 Italy Daniele Adani
LB 35 Italy Emiliano Moretti
MF 23 Italy Alessandro Pierini
MF 15 Italy Amaral
MF 7 Italy Angelo Di Livio
MF 10 Portugal Rui Costa
FW 19 Italy Marco Rossi Substituted off 71'
FW 20 Italy Enrico Chiesa
Substitutes:
GK 33 Italy Giuseppe Taglialatela
MF Italy Giovanni Bartolucci
MF 18 Italy Sandro Cois
MF 30 Italy Mauro Bressan Substituted in 71'
FW 9 Brazil Leandro Amaral
MF 21 Portugal Nuno Gomes
FW 8 Serbia Predrag Mijatović
Manager:
Italy Roberto Mancini

Second leg[edit]

Summary[edit]

The second leg was back in Florence, where Fiorentina would be favourites to win and even stronger favourites to take the trophy because only a Parma win could deny them victory. A first-half Savo Milošević strike made the Viola nervous, but Nuno Gomes hit back for the home side half-way through the second half to put Fiorentina back in control of the tie and his side duly saw the game out and lifted the trophy.

Details[edit]

13 June 2001
21:00
Fiorentina 1–1 Parma
Nuno Gomes Goal 25' Report Milošević Goal 18'
Fiorentina
Parma
GK 1 Italy Francesco Toldo
RB 2 Italy Tomáš Řepka
CB 4 Italy Daniele Adani
MF 23 Italy Alessandro Pierini
LB 35 Italy Emiliano Moretti Substituted off 46'
MF 15 Italy Amaral
MF 14 Italy Paolo Vanoli Substituted off 76'
MF 7 Italy Angelo Di Livio
MF 19 Italy Marco Rossi
MF 10 Portugal Rui Costa
FW 20 Italy Enrico Chiesa Substituted off 89'
Substitutes:
GK 33 Italy Giuseppe Taglialatela
DF Ivory Coast Saliou Lassissi
MF 11 Italy Fabio Rossitto Substituted in 89'
MF 30 Italy Mauro Bressan Substituted in 76'
FW 24 Italy Christian Amoroso
MF 21 Portugal Nuno Gomes Substituted in 46'
DF 8 Serbia Predrag Mijatović
Manager:
Italy Roberto Mancini
GK 12 Italy Matteo Guardalben
CB 6 Argentina Roberto Sensini
CB 17 Italy Fabio Cannavaro
CB 21 France Lilian Thuram
MF 16 Brazil Júnior
MF 2 Italy Luigi Sartor Substituted off 76'
MF 25 Argentina Matías Almeyda Substituted off 82'
MF 8 France Sabri Lamouchi
MF 18 France Johan Micoud Substituted off 85'
FW 9 Serbia Savo Milošević
FW 20 Italy Marco Di Vaio
Substitutes:
MF 22 Italy Davide Micillo
MF 3 Italy Antonio Benarrivo
DF 28 Italy Paolo Cannavaro
MF 4 Ghana Stephen Appiah Substituted in 82'
MF 70 Cameroon Patrick Mboma Substituted in 85'
MF 33 Italy Gianluca Falsini
MF 7 Italy Diego Fuser Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Italy Alberto Malesani

See also[edit]

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