Football at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Group A

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Football at the
1988 Summer Olympics
Football pictogram.svg
Tournament
Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Knockout stage
Squads
Men

Table[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Sweden West Germany Tunisia China
1.  Sweden 3 2 1 0 6 3 +3 5 X 2:1 2:2 2:0
2.  West Germany 3 2 0 1 8 3 +5 4 1:2 X 4:1 3:0
3.  Tunisia 3 0 2 1 3 6 −3 2 2:2 1:4 X 0:0
4.  China PR 3 0 1 2 0 5 −5 1 0:2 0:3 0:0 X

Matches[edit]

China vs West Germany[edit]

China China 0 — 3
(final score after 90 minutes)
West Germany West Germany
Manager: China Gao Fengwen

Team:
20 - GK - Zhang Huikang
03 - DF - Gao Sheng
02 - DF - Zhu Bo
05 - DF - Jia Xiuquan
17 - DF - Mai Chao YC 19'
04 - MF - Guo Yijun
07 - MF - Xie Yuxin sub 84'
09 - MF - Liu Haiguang
08 - MF - Tang Yaodong YC 64'
18 - FW - Duan Ju
10 - FW - Ma Lin sub 88'


Substitutes:
16 - MF - Li Hui on 84'
12 - FW - Wang Baoshan on 88'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Kong Guoxian
?
?


Scorers:
-

Half-time:
0-1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Saturday
September 17, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan

Attendance:
24000

Referee:
Juan Daniel Cardellino  URU

Assistants:
Baba Laouissi  MAR
Lennox Sirjuesingh  TRI

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: West Germany Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster YC 32'
02 - DF - Michael Schulz
04 - DF - Wolfgang Funkel
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
03 - MF - Armin Görtz
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler
08 - MF - Holger Fach sub 84'
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke sub 77'
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann
11 - FW - Frank Mill YC 61'


Substitutes:
18 - DF - Gerhard Kleppinger on 77'
15 - MF - Christian Schreier on 84'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Wolfram Wuttke (31')
0-2 Frank Mill (60')
0-3 Frank Mill (89')

Sweden vs Tunisia[edit]

Sweden Sweden 2 — 2
(final score after 90 minutes)
Tunisia Tunisia
Manager: Sweden Benny Lennartsson

Team:
01 - GK - Sven Andersson
02 - DF - Sulo Vaattovaara
03 - DF - Peter Lönn
04 - DF - Göran Arnberg
05 - DF - Roland Nilsson
06 - MF - Jonas Thern Red card 73'
20 - MF - Stefan Rehn
08 - MF - Michael Andersson
09 - MF - Joakim Nilsson
14 - FW - Hans Eskilsson sub 65'
15 - FW - Jan Hellström sub 87'


Substitutes:
13 - FW - Martin Dahlin on 65'
10 - MF - Anders Limpar on 87'


Unused Substitutes:
17 - GK - Lars Eriksson
?
?


Scorers:
1-2 Jonas Thern (44')
2-2 Jan Hellström (45')

Half-time:
2-2

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Saturday
September 17, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu

Attendance:
20000

Referee:
Edgardo Codesal  MEX

Assistants:
Jamal Al Sharif  SYR
Arnaldo Cézar Coelho  BRA

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: Poland Antoni Piechniczek

Team:
01 - GK - Naceur Chouchane YC 28'
02 - DF - Hachemi Ouahchi
14 - DF - Mohamed Mahjoubi
15 - DF - Khaled Ben Yahia
04 - DF - Imad Mizouri
06 - MF - Adel Smirani YC 56'
12 - MF - Nabil Maaloul
19 - MF - Modher Baouab
10 - MF - Tarak Dhiab
11 - FW - Lotfi Rouissi YC 64'
07 - FW - Jameleddine Limam Red card 73'


Substitutes:
-


Unused Substitutes:
20 - GK - Slaheddine Fessi
?
?
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Tarak Dhiab (16')
0-2 Nabil Maaloul (43', pen.)

Tunisia vs West Germany[edit]

Tunisia Tunisia 1 — 4
(final score after 90 minutes)
West Germany West Germany
Manager: Poland Antoni Piechniczek

Team:
01 - GK - Naceur Chouchane
02 - DF - Hachemi Ouahchi
14 - DF - Mohamed Mahjoubi
04 - DF - Imad Mizouri YC 31'
15 - DF - Khaled Ben Yahia
19 - MF - Modher Baouab
10 - MF - Tarak Dhiab
06 - MF - Adel Smirani sub 75'
12 - MF - Nabil Maaloul
11 - FW - Lotfi Rouissi YC 54'
16 - FW - Morad Rannene


Substitutes:
08 - ? - Haithem Abid on 75'


Unused Substitutes:
20 - GK - Slaheddine Fessi
?
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Nabil Maaloul (26', pen.)

Half-time:
1-1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Monday
September 19, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan

Attendance:
14000

Referee:
Keith Hackett  ENG

Assistants:
Chris Bambridge  AUS
Juan Daniel Cardellino  URU

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: West Germany Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster YC 32'
04 - DF - Wolfgang Funkel
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
02 - DF - Michael Schulz
08 - MF - Holger Fach
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke sub 76'
03 - MF - Armin Görtz sub 79'
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann
11 - FW - Frank Mill YC 61'


Substitutes:
15 - MF - Christian Schreier on 76'
18 - DF - Gerhard Kleppinger on 79'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Roland Grahammer (4')
1-2 Holger Fach (50')
1-3 Frank Mill (55')
1-4 Wolfram Wuttke (75', pen.)

Sweden vs China[edit]

Sweden Sweden 2 — 0
(final score after 90 minutes)
China China
Manager: Sweden Benny Lennartsson

Team:
01 - GK - Sven Andersson
05 - DF - Roland Nilsson
03 - DF - Peter Lönn
04 - DF - Göran Arnberg
16 - DF - Roger Ljung
07 - MF - Leif Engqvist
10 - MF - Anders Limpar
08 - MF - Michael Andersson
09 - MF - Joakim Nilsson sub 84'
13 - FW - Martin Dahlin sub 76'
15 - FW - Jan Hellström


Substitutes:
11 - ? - Håkan Lindman on 76'
19 - ? - Anders Palmér on 84'


Unused Substitutes:
17 - GK - Lars Eriksson
?
?


Scorers:
1-0 Peter Lönn (19')
2-0 Jan Hellström (42')

Half-time:
2-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Monday
September 19, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu

Attendance:
17000

Referee:
Badara Séne  SEN

Assistants:
Gérard Biguet  FRA
Kurt Röthlisberger   SUI

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: China Gao Fengwen

Team:
20 - GK - Zhang Huikang
02 - DF - Zhu Bo
04 - DF - Guo Yijun
05 - DF - Jia Xiuquan
17 - DF - Mai Chao YC 2'
18 - MF - Duan Ju
08 - MF - Tang Yaodong
07 - MF - Xie Yuxin
03 - MF - Gao Sheng
09 - FW - Liu Haiguang sub 46'
10 - FW - Ma Lin


Substitutes:
12 - FW - Wang Baoshan on 46'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Kong Guoxian
?
?
?


Scorers:
-

Tunisia vs China[edit]

Tunisia Tunisia 0 — 0
(final score after 90 minutes)
China China
Manager: Poland Antoni Piechniczek

Team:
20 - GK - Slaheddine Fessi
14 - DF - Mohamed Mahjoubi
05 - DF - Ali Ben Nasi
15 - DF - Khaled Ben Yahia
03 - DF - Abdelrazak Chachat
17 - MF - Noureddine Bousnina
12 - MF - Nabil Maaloul
19 - MF - Modher Baouab YC 52'
13 - MF - Taoufik Mheddhebi sub 58'
10 - FW - Tarak Dhiab
16 - FW - Morad Rannene sub 67'


Substitutes:
08 - ? - Haithem Abid on 58'
09 - ? - Kais Yakoubi on 67'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Naceur Chouchane
?
?


Scorers:
-

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Wednesday
September 21, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan

Attendance:
17000

Referee:
Lennox Sirjuesingh  TRI

Assistants:
Tullio Lanese  ITA
Baba Laouissi  MAR

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: China Gao Fengwen

Team:
20 - GK - Zhang Huikang
02 - DF - Zhu Bo
05 - DF - Jia Xiuquan
04 - DF - Guo Yijun
15 - DF - Zhang Xiaowen
08 - MF - Tang Yaodong
03 - MF - Gao Sheng
07 - MF - Xie Yuxin
16 - MF - Li Hui
18 - FW - Duan Ju
09 - FW - Liu Haiguang sub 82'


Substitutes:
12 - FW - Wang Baoshan on 82'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Kong Guoxian
?
?
?


Scorers:
-

Sweden vs West Germany[edit]

Sweden Sweden 2 — 1
(final score after 90 minutes)
West Germany West Germany
Manager: Sweden Benny Lennartsson

Team:
01 - GK - Sven Andersson
05 - DF - Roland Nilsson
03 - DF - Peter Lönn
04 - DF - Göran Arnberg
16 - DF - Roger Ljung
10 - MF - Anders Limpar
07 - MF - Leif Engqvist
08 - MF - Michael Andersson
09 - MF - Joakim Nilsson
13 - FW - Martin Dahlin sub 78' YC 24'
15 - FW - Jan Hellström


Substitutes:
20 - MF - Stefan Rehn on 78'


Unused Substitutes:
17 - GK - Lars Eriksson
?
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Leif Engqvist (64')
2-1 Peter Lönn (85')

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Group stage)

Date:
Wednesday
September 21, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu

Attendance:
17000

Referee:
Kurt Röthlisberger   SUI

Assistants:
Badara Sene  SEN
Gérard Biguet  FRA

Match rules:
90 minutes
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager: West Germany Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
03 - DF - Armin Görtz
02 - DF - Michael Schulz
18 - MF - Gerhard Kleppinger
08 - MF - Holger Fach
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke sub 67'
11 - FW - Frank Mill sub 46' YC 23'
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann


Substitutes:
16 - FW - Fritz Walter on 46'
15 - MF - Christian Schreier on 67'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Fritz Walter (60')

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