1989 European Cup Final

The 1989 European Cup Final was a football match held at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain on 24 May 1989, that saw Milan of Italy defeat Steaua București of Romania 4–0. Two goals each from Marco van Basten and Ruud Gullit gave the Italian side their third victory in the competition.

1989 European Cup Final
Event1988–89 European Cup
Steaua București Milan
Romania Italy
0 4
Date24 May 1989
VenueCamp Nou, Barcelona
RefereeKarl-Heinz Tritschler (West Germany)
Attendance98,000

Route to the final

Romania Steaua București Round Italy Milan
Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg
Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 7–3 5–1 (A) 2–2 (H) First round Bulgaria Vitosha 7–2 2–0 (A) 5–2 (H)
Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 5–1 3–0 (H) 2–1 (A) Second round Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 2–2 (4–2 p) 1–1 (H) 1–1 (a.e.t.) (A)
Sweden IFK Göteborg 5–2 0–1 (A) 5–1 (H) Quarter-finals West Germany Werder Bremen 1–0 0–0 (A) 1–0 (H)
Turkey Galatasaray 5–1 4–0 (H) 1–1 (A) Semi-finals Spain Real Madrid 6–1 1–1 (A) 5–0 (H)

Match

Details

Steaua București Romania0–4Italy Milan
Report Gullit Goal 18'39'
Van Basten Goal 27'47'
Steaua
Milan
GK 1 Romania Silviu Lung
RB 2 Romania Dan Petrescu
CB 3 Romania Nicolae Ungureanu
CB 4 Romania Adrian Bumbescu
RM 5 Romania Tudorel Stoica (c)
LB 6 Romania Ștefan Iovan
CF 7 Romania Marius Lăcătuş
CM 8 Romania Daniel Minea
CF 9 Romania Victor Piţurcă
CM 10 Romania Gheorghe Hagi
LM 11 Romania Iosif Rotariu Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK 12 Romania Gheorghe Liliac
DF 13 Romania Petre Bunaciu
MF 14 Romania Gavril Balint Substituted in 46'
MF 15 Romania Lucian Bălan
FW 16 Romania Adrian Negrău
Manager:
Romania Anghel Iordănescu
AC Milan-Steaua 1989-05-24
GK 1 Italy Giovanni Galli
RB 2 Italy Mauro Tassotti
LB 3 Italy Paolo Maldini
RM 4 Italy Angelo Colombo
CB 5 Italy Alessandro Costacurta Substituted off 75'
CB 6 Italy Franco Baresi (c) Yellow card 48'
LM 7 Italy Roberto Donadoni
CM 8 Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
CF 9 Netherlands Marco van Basten
FW 10 Netherlands Ruud Gullit Substituted off 59'
CM 11 Italy Carlo Ancelotti
Substitutes:
GK 12 Italy Davide Pinato
DF 13 Italy Filippo Galli Substituted in 75'
DF 14 Italy Roberto Mussi
MF 15 Italy Alberigo Evani
FW 16 Italy Pietro Paolo Virdis Substituted in 59'
Manager:
Italy Arrigo Sacchi

Assistant referees:
West Germany Werner Föckler (West Germany)
West Germany Eugen Strigel (West Germany)

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of two substitutions.

See also

External links

1989 European Cup Winners' Cup Final

The 1989 European Cup Winners' Cup Final was a football match contested between Barcelona of Spain and Sampdoria of Italy. It was the final match of the 1988–89 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 29th European Cup Winners' Cup final. The final was held at Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland, on 10 May 1989. Barcelona won the match 2–0 thanks to goals by Julio Salinas and Luis López Rekarte.

Dan Petrescu

Daniel Vasile Petrescu (Romanian pronunciation: [daniˈel vaˈsile peˈtresku]; born 22 December 1967) is a Romanian football manager and former professional footballer who played as a full back or a winger. He is currently the manager of CFR Cluj.

Petrescu is best known for playing in the 1989 European Cup final with Steaua Bucharest and winning the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1998 with English club Chelsea. He earned 95 caps for the Romania national team, and played for his country in two World Cups, in 1994 and 1998, as well as two European Championships, in 1996 and 2000.

Towards the end of his playing career he became an assistant to Walter Zenga at National Bucharest. His first manager role was at Sportul Studențesc, whom he led to promotion to the Liga I.

On 10 June 2017, he was appointed manager of CFR Cluj and won the Liga I title in his first season at the club.

Daniel Minea

Daniel Adrian Minea (born 26 December 1961) is a Romanian footballer who played as a midfielder in the 1980s and 1990s.He started his career with Steaua Bucharest, before moving to FC Olt Scorniceşti. He returned to Steaua in 1989 and he went on to play for them in their 1989 European Cup Final defeat by Milan. He was still at the club in 1990–91 when he played two games in that season's Cup Winners Cup, one of which was the 1st round, 2nd leg match against Glentoran.Minea played a total of 243 Divizia A matches for Steaua Bucharest and FC Olt, scoring 17 goals.In 1991, he joined Belgian side K. Sint-Niklase S.K.E. and he remained with them for five seasons before retiring in 1996. He made 118 league appearances for them scoring 10 goals.His brother, Iulian, also played professional football for Steaua.

FCSB

FCSB (Romanian pronunciation: [fet͡ʃeseˌbe]), formerly short for Fotbal Club Steaua București (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈste̯awa bukuˈreʃtʲ]) and sometimes colloquially known as simply Steaua, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest. Founded in 1947 as Asociația Sportivă a Armatei București, it has spent its complete history in the Liga I, the top tier of the Romanian football league system.

The team was initially part of the CSA Steaua București sports club and belonged to the Romanian Army, however it separated in 1998. The Army sued the football club in 2011 and has since been in a conflict regarding the ownership of the Steaua brand, which resulted in the change of the name to the acronym FCSB in early 2017. Domestically, Roș-albaștrii have won Liga I 26 times, Cupa României 22 times, Cupa Ligii 2 times and Supercupa României 6 times – all competition records. Internationally, they have won the European Cup and European Super Cup, both in 1986. They reached the European Cup final once again in 1989, when they were defeated by A.C. Milan. Throughout its history, Steaua also played the final of the Intercontinental Cup, the quarter-finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup and the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup.

Their home ground is Arena Națională, having moved here from the Ministry of National Defence-owned Stadionul Ghencea. Initially, the club played in the colours of the Romanian tricolour – blue, yellow and red – but yellow soon lost its importance and the team became associated with the red and blue colours. Recently, some away kits have begun reintegrating the yellow colour.

The club has a long-standing rivalry with neighbouring Dinamo București, with matches between the two being commonly referred to as "the Eternal Derby" or "the Romanian Derby".

History of A.C. Milan

This is the history of Associazione Calcio Milan, commonly referred to as A.C. Milan or simply Milan (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmiːlan]), an Italian professional football club based in Milan, Lombardy.

Karl-Heinz Tritschler

Karl-Heinz Tritschler (born 16 September 1949) is a former football referee from Germany. He is known for having officiated at the 1988 Summer Olympics, and the 1989 European Cup Final between AC Milan and Steaua Bucureşti.

List of medalists at the UEG European Cup Final

This is a list of medalists at the European Cup Final in Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics, organized by the European Union of Gymnastics from 1988 to 1995.

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