Copa Iberoamericana

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The Copa Iberoamericana (Spanish: Ibero-American Cup) or Copa Iberia, is a defunct football competition. It was created to face the champions of the Copa Oro and the Copa del Rey, because of an agreement signed between CONMEBOL and the Royal Spanish Football Federation.[1]

It was disputed only once between Boca Juniors and Real Madrid in 1994, with victory to the Spanish club.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

REAL MADRID:
1 Spain Francisco Buyo
2 Spain Chendo
6 Spain Fernando Hierro
' Spain Rafael Alkorta
' Spain Mikel Lasa Substituted off
8 Spain Míchel
5 Spain Luis Milla
10 Croatia Robert Prosinečki Substituted off
Spain Dani Substituted off
11 Spain Rafael Martín Vázquez
9 Chile Iván Zamorano
Substitutes:
Spain Fernando Muñoz Substituted in
Spain Sandro Substituted in
17 Spain José Luis Morales Substituted in
Manager:
Spain Vicente del Bosque
BOCA JUNIORS:
1 Argentina Navarro Montoya
4 Argentina Diego Soñora
2 Argentina Juan Simón
6 Argentina Carlos Moya
3 Argentina Carlos MacAllister
8 Argentina Julio Saldaña
5 Argentina Leonardo Peralta
10 Argentina Alberto Márcico
7 Uruguay Sergio Martínez Substituted off
9 Uruguay Rubén da Silva Substituted off
11 Chile Ivo Basay Substituted off
Substitutes:
12 Argentina Esteban Pogany Substituted in
Argentina Luis Alberto Carranza Substituted in
Argentina Carlos Tapia Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina César Luis Menotti

Second leg[edit]

BOCA JUNIORS:
1 Argentina Esteban Pogany
4 Argentina Julio Saldaña Substituted off
2 Argentina Luis Adrián Medero
6 Ecuador Raúl Noriega
3 Argentina Rodolfo Arruabarrena
8 Uruguay Alejandro Farías
5 Argentina Alberto Naveda
7 Uruguay Marcelo Tejera
10 Argentina Carlos Daniel Tapia
9 Uruguay Rubén da Silva
11 Argentina Luis Alberto Carranza
Substitutes:
Argentina Carlos Moya Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina César Luis Menotti
REAL MADRID:
1 Spain Francisco Buyo
2 Spain Chendo
3 Spain Marcos
4 Spain Nando
5 Spain Luis Milla
6 Spain Mikel Antía
7 Spain Velasco
8 Spain Míchel
9 Spain Dani Substituted off
10 Croatia Robert Prosinečki
11 Spain Rafael Martín Vázquez Substituted off
Substitutes:
Spain Luis Miguel Ramis Substituted in
Spain José Luis Morales Substituted in
Manager:
Spain Vicente del Bosque

Real Madrid wins 4-3 on aggregate

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