2009 Suruga Bank Championship

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2009 Suruga Bank Championship
Date August 5, 2009
Venue Kyushu Sekiyu Oil Dome, Ōita
Referee Myung Yong Choi (South Korea)
2008
2010

The 2009 Suruga Bank Championship (Japanese: スルガ銀行チャンピオンシップ2009; Spanish: Copa Suruga Bank 2009) was a match between the winners of the previous season's J. League Cup and the Copa Sudamericana. It was contested by the 2008 J. League Cup winner Japanese club Oita Trinita and the 2008 Copa Sudamericana champion Brazilian club Internacional.

Internacional won the match 2-1 giving them their first Suruga Bank Championship, and their 5th international title.

Summary[edit]

Oita Trinita
Internacional
OITA TRINITA:
GK 1 Japan Shusaku Nishikawa
DF 6 Japan Masato Morishige
DF 33 Japan Yoshiaki Fujita
DF 22 Japan Taikai Uemoto YC 39' Substituted off 62'
LB 21 Japan Keigo Higashi Substituted off 91'
DMF 20 Japan Daisuke Takahashi
DMF 5 Brazil Edmílson
MF 17 Brazil Fernandinho Substituted off 46'
RB 27 Japan Koki Kotegawa Substituted off ?'
FW 8 Japan Mu Kanazaki
FW 30 Japan Yudai Inoue Substituted off 59'
Substitutes:
FW 19 Japan Shunsuke Maeda Substituted in 46'
MF 14 Japan Akihiro Ienaga Substituted in 59'
DF 2 Japan Shusuke Tsubouchi YC 69' Substituted in 62'
MF 34 Japan Takashi Umeda Substituted in 91'
FW 18 Japan Takahiko Sumida Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Serbia Ranko Popović
INTERNACIONAL:
GK 12 Brazil Michel Alves
RB 2 Brazil Bolívar
DF 3 Brazil Índio
DF 13 Uruguay Gonzalo Sorondo
LB 6 Brazil Kléber YC 69' Substituted off 69'
DMF 8 Brazil Sandro
DMF 5 Argentina Pablo Guiñazú YC 12'
MF 17 Brazil Andrezinho Substituted off 94'
MF 16 Brazil Giuliano Substituted off 76'
FW 7 Brazil Taison Substituted off 52'
FW 18 Brazil Alecsandro Substituted off 87'
Substitutes:
FW 9 Ecuador Luis Bolaños YC 94' Substituted in 52'
LB 15 Brazil Marcelo Cordeiro Substituted in 69'
RB 10 Brazil Danilo Silva Substituted in 76'
DMF 14 Brazil Glaydson Substituted in 87'
DF 11 Brazil Danny Morais Substituted in 94'
Manager:
Brazil Tite

Assistant referees:
South Korea Min Byoung Choi
South Korea Soonyong Yoon
Fourth official:
Japan Ryuji Sato

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