2011 Greek Cup Final

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2011 Greek Cup Final
Event 2010–11 Greek Cup
Date 30 April 2011
Venue Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens
Man of the Match Nikos Liberopoulos
(AEK Athens)
Referee Anastasios Kakos (Corfu)
2010
2012

The 2011 Greek Cup Final was the 69th final of the Greek Cup. The match took place on 30 April 2011 at Athens Olympic Stadium. The contesting teams were Atromitos and AEK Athens.

The 2011 Greek Cup Final was Atromitos' first-ever Greek Cup Final in their 88 years of existence and AEK Athens' twentieth Greek Cup Final in their 87-year history.

Background[edit]

Atromitos had never compete in a final match.

AEK Athens had reached the Greek Cup Final twenty times, winning thirteen of them. The last time that they had won the Cup was in 2002 (2–1 against Olympiacos). The last time that had played in a Final was in 2009, where they had lost to Olympiacos after a shocking match that had been ended after a penalty shootout procedure (14–15).

Route to the final[edit]

Atromitos Round AEK Athens
Anagennisi Giannitsa [FL2]
A
3–1
Karalis 6', 53', Saganowski 11' Fourth Round Panthrakikos [FL]
A
5–1
Blanco 33', 42' (pen.), 69', Karabelas 73', Leonardo 85'
Kavala [SL]
H
1–0
Perrone 51' (pen.) Fifth Round Larissa [SL]
A
4–0
Blanco 38', Georgeas 53', Djebbour 76', Manolas 86'
Diagoras [FL]
H
2–0
Perrone 41', Camara 78' Quarter-Finals
First leg
Panathinaikos [SL]
A
2–0
Liberopoulos 65', 80'
A
1–0
(agg. 3–0)
Saganowski 34' Second leg H
2–3
(agg. 4–3)
Lagos 12', Míchel 90+8'
Olympiakos Volos [SL]
H
2–1
Saganowski 10', Nebegleras 62' Semi-Finals
First leg
PAOK [SL]
H
0–0
A
0–0
(agg. 2–1)
Second leg A
1–0
(agg. 1–0)
Dellas 48'

[SL] = Super League

[FL] = Football League

[FL2] = Football League 2

Match[edit]

Details[edit]

30 April 2011
20:30 EEST
Atromitos 0–3 AEK Athens
Report Liberopoulos Goal 28'
Baha Goal 78'
Kafes Goal 85'
Atromitos
AEK Athens
ATROMITOS:
GK 1 Cameroon Charles Itandje
DF 2 Greece Vangelis Nastos
DF 32 Greece Ioannis Skondras YC 25'
DF 4 Poland Marcin Baszczyński
DF 26 Brazil Marcelo Oliveira Substituted off 83'
MF 6 Greece Kostas Nebegleras (c) YC 43'
MF 19 Greece Stelios Sfakianakis
MF 22 Greece Andreas Tatos
FW 20 Poland Marek Saganowski Substituted off 66'
FW 7 Senegal Henri Camara Substituted off 89'
FW 8 Greece Ilias Anastasakos
Substitutes:
GK 23 Greece Chrisostomos Michailidis
DF 5 Senegal Massamba Sambou Substituted in 89'
DF 31 Greece Filippos Darlas
MF 11 Brazil Brito Substituted in 66'
MF 17 Argentina Marcelo Sarmiento Substituted in 83'
FW 21 Greece Thanasis Karagounis
FW 40 Greece Ioannis Karalis
Manager:
Greece Giorgos Donis
AEK ATHENS:
GK 23 Argentina Sebastián Saja
DF 31 Greece Nikos Georgeas
DF 15 Greece Nikos Karabelas
DF 4 Greece Kostas Manolas
DF 5 Greece Traianos Dellas
MF 21 Senegal Papa Bouba Diop YC 63'
MF 14 Greece Grigoris Makos YC 25'
MF 19 Greece Panagiotis Lagos
FW 18 Argentina Ismael Blanco Substituted off 70'
FW 32 Argentina Ignacio Scocco Substituted off 33'
FW 33 Greece Nikos Liberopoulos (c) YC 29'
Substitutes:
GK 22 Greece Giannis Arabatzis
DF 90 Greece Savvas Gentsoglou
DF 6 Spain David Mateos
MF 1 Greece Pantelis Kafes YC 89' Substituted in 70'
MF 11 Spain Míchel
FW 9 Brazil Leonardo
FW 39 Morocco Nabil Baha Substituted in 33'
Manager:
Spain Manolo Jiménez

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official: Anastasios Sidiropoulos (Dodecanese)
  • Match Observer: Giannis Tsachilidis

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

See also[edit]