2010–11 Serbian Cup

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2010–11 Serbian Cup
CountrySerbia
ChampionsFK Partizan
Runners-upFK Vojvodina
Matches played40
Goals scored100 (2.5 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Andrija Kaluđerović
Best playerAndrija Kaluđerović

The 2010–11 Serbian Cup season is fifth season of the Serbian national football tournament. The competition started on 1 September 2010 and concluded with the Final on 11 May 2011. FK Partizan won the title 2–1 over FK Vojvodina in controversial fashion. After a series of disputed referee decisions against Vojvodina, the team walked off the pitch and refused to finish the match, leading Partizan to be declared the winner as time expired.[1]

However, later this decision was revised pending further investigation. On Monday, May 16th 2011, the Cup final match result is registered with a Vojvodina forfeit (0:3 victory for Partizan).[2]

Preliminary round[edit]

A preliminary round was held in order to reduce the number of teams competing in the next round to 32 and featured 14 teams from Serbian lower divisions. The matches were played on 1 September 2010.[3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Srem Jakovo (III) 1 – 0 ČSK Čelarevo (III)
Sloga Petrovac (III) 1 – 1
(p. 5 – 3)
Zemun (II)
Sinđelić Niš (II) 2 – 0 Dinamo Vranje (II)
Donji Srem (III) 3 – 2 Banat Zrenjanin (II)
Mokra Gora (IV) 1 – 1
(p. 5 – 4)
Mladost Lučani (II)
Mladost Apatin (III) 3 – 2 Radnički Sombor (II)
Sloga Kraljevo (III) 2 – 1 Radnički Niš (III)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2010–11 season.

Round of 32[edit]

In this round entered seven winners from the previous round as well as all 16 teams from Serbian Superliga from 2009–10 and 9 teams from Serbian First League from 2009–10. Draw was held on September 10, 2010.[4] The matches were played on 22 September, 28 September and 6 October 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
BSK Borča 1 – 1
(p. 3 – 5)
Srem (II)
Donji Srem (III) 0 – 2 Rad
Sloga Kraljevo (III) 0 – 2 Red Star
Spartak Zlatibor Voda 2 – 1 Novi Pazar (II)
Mokra Gora (IV) 1 – 1
(p. 8 – 9)
Smederevo
Srem Jakovo (III) 2 – 2
(p. 5 – 4)
Javor
Mladost Apatin (III) 0 – 6 Partizan
Sinđelić Niš (II) 2 – 0 Čukarički Stankom
Sloga Petrovac (III) 0 – 2 Vojvodina
Borac Čačak 2 – 0 Inđija
Teleoptik (II) 2 – 1 OFK Beograd
Proleter (II) 1 – 0 Napredak Kruševac (II)
Metalac 1 – 1
(p. 5 – 3)
Novi Sad (II)
Jagodina 4 – 0 Bežanija (II)
Mladi Radnik (II) 1 – 3 Sloboda Sevojno
Hajduk Kula 0 – 0
(p. 4 – 5)
Kolubara (II)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2010–11 season.

Round of 16[edit]

This round consists of 16 winners from previous round of competition. Draw was held on October 15, 2010.[5] Matches were played on October 27, 2010. In case of a tie winner was decided by penalty shoot outs.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Kolubara (II) 1 – 2 Spartak Zlatibor Voda
Srem Jakovo (III) 2 – 2
(p. 6 – 7)
Vojvodina
Srem (II) 0 – 2 Jagodina
Red Star 4 – 0 Borac Čačak
Smederevo 0 – 0
(p. 3 – 4)
Teleoptik (II)
Sloboda Sevojno 2 – 1 Metalac
Partizan 3 – 0 Proleter (II)
Sinđelić Niš (II) 0 – 0
(p. 4 – 2)
Rad

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2010–11 season.

Quarter final[edit]

This round consists of 8 winners from previous round of competition. Draw was held on October 29, 2010.[6] Matches will be played on November 10, 2010. In case of a tie winner will be decided by penalty shoot outs.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sloboda Sevojno 3 – 2 Spartak Zlatibor Voda
Vojvodina 1 – 0 Jagodina
Red Star 2 – 1 Teleoptik (II)
Sinđelić Niš (II) 0 – 4 Partizan

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2010–11 season.

Semi final[edit]

The semi-final will take place in two legs, on March 16 and April 6. The round consists of two-legged ties. Draw was held on December 1, 2010.[7] No teams were seeded.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Partizan 2 − 1 Red Star 2−0 0−1
Sloboda PS 1 − 3 Vojvodina 1−2 0−1

First legs[edit]

Second legs[edit]

Final[edit]

Vojvodina0 – 3 (offic. res.)1Partizan
Mojsov Goal 63' Report
‹See Tfd›(in Serbian)
Tagoe Goal 17'
Vukić Goal 72' (pen.)
Attendance: 25.000
Referee: Slobodan Veselinović
Vojvodina
Partizan
FK Vojvodina:
GK 1 Serbia Željko Brkić
RB 22 Serbia Miroslav Vulićević
CB 6 Serbia Branislav Trajković Yellow card 83'
CB 5 Republic of Macedonia Daniel Mojsov Goal 63' Yellow card 72'
LB 31 Serbia Vladan Pavlović
DM 8 Montenegro Janko Tumbasević Yellow card 26'
DM 3 Serbia Slobodan Medojević Yellow card 70'
AM 11 Serbia Nikola Lazetić Yellow card 8' Substituted off 74'
RW 16 Bosnia and Herzegovina Miroslav Stevanović Substituted off 60'
LW 9 Serbia Brana Ilić Yellow card 51'
CF 14 Cameroon Aboubakar Oumarou
Substitutes:
GK 32 Serbia Filip Pajović
DF 15 Montenegro Milko Novaković
MF 13 Serbia Vuk Mitošević
MF 17 Georgia (country) Giorgi Merebashvili Substituted in 60'
FW 27 Serbia Aleksandar Katai Substituted in 74'
FW 21 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nemanja Bilbija
FW 18 Ghana Yaw Antwi
Manager:
Serbia Zoran Milinković
FK Partizan:
GK 88 Serbia Vladimir Stojković
RB 2 Serbia Aleksandar Miljković
CB 15 Montenegro Stefan Savić Yellow card 50'
CB 20 Serbia Mladen Krstajić
LB 13 Serbia Marko Jovanović
DM 4 Sierra Leone Mohamed Kamara
CM 99 Serbia Milan Smiljanić Substituted off 82'
RW 25 Serbia Stefan Babović
LW 7 Serbia Nemanja Tomić Substituted off 73'
CF 28 Ghana Prince Tagoe Goal 17' Yellow card 19'
CF 77 Serbia Ivica Iliev Yellow card 2' Substituted off 62'
Substitutes:
GK 33 Serbia Radiša Ilić
DF 6 Serbia Vojislav Stanković
MF 23 Serbia Aleksandar Davidov
MF 8 Serbia Radosav Petrović Substituted in 82'
MF 22 Serbia Saša Ilić Substituted in 73'
MF 80 Serbia Zvonimir Vukić Goal 72' (pen.) Substituted in 62'
FW 19 Serbia Miloš Bogunović
Manager:
Serbia Aleksandar Stanojević

1 The match was abandoned in the 83rd minute with Partizan leading 2–1 when Vojvodina walked off to protest the quality of the officiating. Originally, this was declared the final score and the Cup was awarded to Partizan, but on May 16th, 2011, after further investigation from Serbian FA concerning the match, the result was officially registered as a 3–0 win to Partizan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Serbian cup final abandoned after players walk out
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-19. Retrieved 2011-05-16.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Results of preliminary round Archived 2010-09-19 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Draw of Round of 32
  5. ^ Draw of Round of 16
  6. ^ Quarter final draw
  7. ^ ""Večiti derbi" u polufinalu Kupa Srbije!". Archived from the original on 2010-12-04. Retrieved 2010-12-01.

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