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1973–74 Greek Cup

The Greek Cup 1973–74 was the 32nd edition of The Greek Football Cup, or Greek Cup for short.

The competition culminated with the Greek Cup Final, held at Nikos Goumas Stadium, Athens on 16 June 1974. The match was contested by PAOK and Olympiacos, with PAOK taking the title 4–3 on penalty shootout, after a 2–2 draw between two clubs.

Quarter-finals

Home team Score Away team
PAOK 2-0 Egaleo
Panathinaikos 2-1 Panachaiki
Pierikos 2-1 PAS Giannina
Olympiacos 3-0 Panionios

Semi-finals

Home team Score Away team
Olympiacos 1-0 Panathinaikos
PAOK 1-0 Pierikos

Final

The 32nd Greek Cup Final was played at the Nikos Goumas Stadium, Athens. The game finished 2-2 after extra time, and so became the first Greek Cup Final in history to need a penalty shoot-out to decide the result.

June 16, 1974
PAOK 2 – 2 Olympiacos
Paridis Goal 50'
Aslanidis Goal 72'
Triantafyllos Goal 19'
Kritikopoulos Goal 79'
  Penalties  
Sarafis Penalty scored
Paridis Penalty scored
Koudas Penalty missed
Anastasiadis Penalty scored
Apostolidis Penalty scored
4 – 3 Penalty scored Papadimitriou
Penalty missed Poupakis
Penalty missed Persidis
Penalty scored Glezos
Penalty scored Siokos
Nikos Goumas Stadium, Athens
Referee: Hungerbichter (SUI)

References

  • Greek Cup 1973-74 at RSSSF

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