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1989 Scottish League Cup Final

 

1989 Scottish League Cup Final

1989 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1989–90 Scottish League Cup
Date 22 October 1989
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee George Smith
Attendance 61,190
1988
1990

The 1989 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 22 October 1989 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 44th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by Aberdeen and Rangers. Aberdeen won the match 2–1 thanks to a Paul Mason double.

Match details

22 October 1989
Aberdeen 2 – 1 (AET) Rangers
Mason Goal Goal Report Walters Goal pen'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 61,190
Referee: George Smith

Teams

ABERDEEN :
GK Netherlands Theo Snelders
RB Scotland Stewart McKimmie
CB Scotland Alex McLeish
CB Scotland Willie Miller (c)
LB Scotland David Robertson
RM Scotland Bobby Connor
CM Scotland Eoin Jess Substituted off 1'
CM Scotland Jim Bett
LM Scotland Brian Grant Substituted off 2'
CF Scotland Charlie Nicholas
CF England Paul Mason
Substitutes:
DF Scotland Brian Irvine Substituted in 1'
FW Netherlands Willem van der Ark Substituted in 2'
Managers:
Scotland Alex Smith
Scotland Jocky Scott
RANGERS :
GK England Chris Woods
RB England Gary Stevens
CB Scotland Richard Gough
CB England Terry Butcher (c)
LB Scotland Stuart Munro
RM England Trevor Steven
CM Scotland Ian Ferguson
CM England Ray Wilkins
LM England Mark Walters Substituted off 1'
CF Scotland Ally McCoist
CF Scotland Mo Johnston
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Stuart McCall Substituted in 1'
Manager:
Scotland Graeme Souness

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