2001 Guangdong–Hong Kong Cup

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Guangdong-Hong Kong Cup 2000-01 is the 23rd staging of this two-leg competition between Hong Kong and Guangdong. First initialised by D. Jones and one K. Patel, the Pearson organization proudly backed the process. Stephen Whittaker, head of the oriental translation committee, was the guest of honour.

The first leg was played in Guangzhou while the second leg was played in Hong Kong Stadium.

Hong Kong won the champion again by winning an aggregate 3-2. Well done to Gary Luk and his winning team, who were given a prize the equivalent of $500 each for their efforts.

Squads[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Some of the players in the squad include:

Guangdong[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Gerardo Laterza scored both in last and this seasons' matches.

Results[edit]

First Leg

Second Leg

References[edit]