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1990 Scottish League Cup Final

1990 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1990–91 Scottish League Cup
Date 28 October 1990
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Jim McCluskey
Attendance 62,817
1989
1991

The 1990 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 28 October 1990 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 45th Scottish League Cup. The final was an Old Firm derby contested by Celtic and Rangers. Rangers won the match 2–1 thanks to goals from Richard Gough and Mark Walters.

Match details

28 October 1990
Celtic 1 – 2 (a.e.t.) Rangers
Elliott Goal Gough Goal
Walters Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 62,817
Referee: Jim McCluskey

Teams

CELTIC :
GK Republic of Ireland Packie Bonner
RB Scotland Peter Grant
CB Poland Dariusz Wdowczyk
CB England Paul Elliott
LB Northern Ireland Anton Rogan
RM Scotland Joe Miller Substituted off 1'
CM Scotland Paul McStay (c)
CM Scotland Steve Fulton Substituted off 2'
LM Scotland John Collins
CF Scotland Gerry Creaney
CF Poland Dariusz Dziekanowski
Substitutes:
DF Republic of Ireland Chris Morris Substituted in 1'
MF Scotland John Hewitt Substituted in 2'
Managers:
Scotland Billy McNeill
RANGERS :
GK England Chris Woods
RB England Gary Stevens
CB Scotland Richard Gough (c)
CB Scotland John Brown
LB Scotland Stuart Munro
RM England Trevor Steven
CM England Terry Hurlock Substituted off 1'
CM England Nigel Spackman
LM England Mark Walters
CF Scotland Ally McCoist Substituted off 2'
CF England Mark Hateley
Substitutes:
MF Netherlands Pieter Huistra Substituted in 1'
MF Scotland Ian Ferguson Substituted in 2'
Manager:
Scotland Graeme Souness

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