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1979 Intercontinental Cup

The 1979 Intercontinental Cup was a football final played on a two-legged system. It was the last time in the history of the Cup that this format was used before Toyota became the main sponsor in 1980 and a single-game final was held each year in Japan. The final was played between Olimpia Asunción of Paraguay (winners of the 1979 Copa Libertadores and Malmö FF of Sweden (runners-up of the European Cup 1978–79), with Olimpia emerging as the champion after an aggregate score of 3-1. Since the European champion Nottingham Forest F.C. declined to play the final, Malmö FF took its place as the runners-up of the European competition.[1]

Contents

  • Match details 1
    • First leg 1.1
    • Second leg 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Match details

First leg

18 November 1979
Malmö FF 0–1 Olimpia
E. Isasi Goal 41'
Malmö Stadion, Malmö
Sweden
Attendance: 5 000
Referee: -
Malmö FF
Olimpia
GK Jan Möller
DF Roland Andersson
DF Ingemar Erlandsson
DF Kent Jönsson
DF Mats Arvidsson
MF Claes Malmberg
MF Anders Ljungberg
MF Robert Prytz
MF Tommy Hansson
FW Thomas Sjöberg
FW Jan-Olov Kinnvall
Substitutes:
Manager:
Bob Houghton
GK Ever Hugo Almeida
DF Alicio Solalinde
DF Roberto Paredes
DF Miguel Angel Piazza
DF Flaminio Sosa
MF Carlos Alberto Kiese
MF Rogelio Delgado
MF Luis Torres
MF Eduardo Ortiz
FW Mauro Céspedes
FW Evaristo Isasi
Substitutes:
Manager:
Luis Alberto Cubilla

Second leg

2 March 1980
Olimpia 2–1 Malmö FF
A. Solalinde Goal 39'
M. Michelagnoli Goal 71'
Erlandsson Goal 46'
Defensores del Chaco, Asunción
Attendance: 47,000
Referee: -
GK Ever Hugo Almeida
DF Alicio Solalinde
DF Roberto Paredes
DF Daniel Di Bartolomeo
DF Flaminio Sosa
MF Carlos Alberto Kiese
MF Carlos Yaluk
MF Luis Torres
FW Osvaldo Aquino
FW Hugo Ricardo Talavera Substituted off
FW Evaristo Isasi
Substitutes:
FW Miguel Michelagnoli Substituted in
Manager:
Luis Alberto Cubilla
GK Jan Möller
DF Roland Andersson
DF Tim Parkin
DF Kent Jönsson
DF Mats Arvidsson
MF Magnus Andersson
MF Ingemar Erlandsson
MF Robert Prytz
MF Anders Ohlsson Substituted off
FW Thomas Sjöberg Substituted off
FW Tommy Andersson
Substitutes:
MF Claes Malmberg Substituted in
MF Tommy Hansson Substituted in
FW Tore Cervin
FW Sanny Åslund
GK John Hansen
Manager:
Bob Houghton

See also

References

  1. ^ , accessdate: 1 December 2013World Club Cup deserves respectBBC Sports 13 December 2010 -

External links

  • 1979 Intercontinental Cup at RSSSF by Osvaldo José Gorgazzi
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