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1993–94 Greek Cup

The Greek Cup 1993–94 was the 52nd edition of The Greek Football Cup, or Greek Cup for short.

Tournament details

Totally 72 teams participated, 18 from Alpha Ethniki, 18 from Beta, and 36 from Gamma. It was held in 6 rounds, included final.

It was a very interesting competition with undecided matches and led in a Final between Panathinaikos and AEK Athens, a pair that had not appeared in a Greek Cup Final for 45 years, since the last confrontation between the two teams in the final match was in 1949. AEK Athens qualified in the Final after 11 years, while Panathinaikos had eliminated before PAOK in penalty shootout, after two "white draws".

The final match was the one of two more shocking Finals in history of Greek Cup, after the Final of 1976. Panathinaikos preceded 2–0 and appearred to win, however, in a few minutes to its end, AEK Athens accomplished to draw, to precede in the start of extra time and to be drawn, in order finally to lose the Cup in penalty shootout. At the same time they lost The Double, while the same year they won the last championship in their history, until 2009.

Remarkable in the competition was also the bombardment of goals, almost in all phases and mainly in second legs. Characteristically, in second matches of Second Round, 16 in the number, were marked 64 goals, mean 4 goals per match, and in corresponding of Third Round 30 goals (in 8 matches).

Also, it is remarkable that in unique two from 16 groups that included two Alpha Ethniki teams, it happened to be drawn opponents Olympiacos and Iraklis in Group 16, that later balloted again in quarter-finals, but also AEK Athens and Panathinaikos in Group 14, that is to say the pair of the Final.

First round

The phase was played in a single round-robin format. Each win would gain 3 points, each draw 1 and each loss would not gain any point.

Second round

First legs were held on October 27, 1993. Second on November 11.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Larissa 9-2 Iraklis Ptolemaida 2-1 7-1
Panathinaikos 5-3 OFI 5-1 0-2
Naousa 2-6 Ethnikos Olympiakos Volos 1-2 1-4
Keravnos Kolchiko 2-2 Asteras Ambelokipi (a.g.) 2-2 0-0
Doxa Drama 0-2 Ionikos 0-1 0-1
Edessaikos 1-2 Aris 1-0 0-2
Skoda Xanthi 4-4 Panionios (a.g.) 4-3 0-1
Levadiakos (a.g.) 1-1 Athinaikos 0-0 1-1
Kastoria 3-4 Panargiakos 3-1 0-3
Apollon Kalamaria 6-7 Olympiacos 4-2 2-5
Paniliakos 3-6 AEK Athens 0-0 3-6
Panachaiki 6-4 Proodeftiki 3-1 3-3
PAOK 5-4 Apollon Athens 1-0 4-4
PAS Giannina 1-0 Pandramaikos 0-0 1-0
Iraklis 13-1 Apollon Krya Vrysi 5-0 8-1
Pontioi Veria 3-0 EAR Rethymno 3-0 0-0

Third round

First legs were held on December 15, 1993, while second legs were held on 29th.

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Panathinaikos (5-4 PSO) 0-0 PAOK 0-0 0-0
PAS Giannina 7-1 Ethnikos Olympiacos Volos 5-1 2-0
Levadiakos 2-6 Olympiacos 0-0 2-6
Panachaiki 3-4 Ionikos 1-2 2-2 (a.e.t.)
Aris 6-2 Panargiakos 4-1 2-1
AEK Athens 11-1 Asteras Ambelokipi 4-0 7-1
Larissa (a.g.) 2-2 Pontioi Veria 1-0 1-2
Panionios 2-4 Iraklis 1-3 1-1

Quarter-finals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Olympiacos 2-3 Iraklis 2-2 0-1
PAS Giannina 2-3 Aris 2-1 0-2
Larissa 1-2 AEK Athens 0-1 1-1 (a.e.t.)
Panathinaikos 3-1 Ionikos 1-1 2-0

Semi-finals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Aris 1-2 AEK Athens 0-0 1-2
Iraklis 0-3 Panathinaikos 0-0 0-3

Final

The 52nd Greek Cup Final was played at the Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis".

April 20, 1994
Panathinaikos 3 – 3
(a.e.t.)
AEK Athens
Warzycha Goal 32'
Manolas Goal 54' (o.g.)
Markos Goal 116'
Alexandris Goal 72' Goal 95'
Dimitriadis Goal 77'

  Penalties  
Christodoulou Penalty scored
Georgiadis Penalty scored
Ouzounidis Penalty scored
Marangos Penalty missed
Apostolakis Penalty scored
4 – 2 Penalty scored Savevski
Penalty scored Alexandris
Penalty missed Tsartas
Penalty missed Dimitriadis
Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis"
Attendance: 61,232
Referee: Giannis Spathas (Piraeus)
PANATHINAIKOS:
GK  1 Poland Józef Wandzik
DF  2
DF  3 Greece Marinos Ouzounidis
MF  4 GreeceAustralia Louis Christodoulou
DF  5 Greece Giannis Kalitzakis
MF  6 Greece Nikos Nioplias
MF  7 Argentina Juan José Borrelli Substituted off 67'
DF  8 Greece Thanasis Kolitsidakis
FW  9 Poland Krzysztof Warzycha Substituted off 65'
MF 10 Greece Giorgos Georgiadis
MF 11 Greece Dimitris Markos
Substitutes:
MF 12 Greece Spiros Marangos Substituted in 67'
FW 14 Greece Giorgos Donis Substituted in 65'
Manager:
ArgentinaGreece Juan Ramón Rocha
AEK ATHENS:
GK  1 Greece Ilias Atmatsidis
DF  2 Greece Michalis Kasapis
DF  3 Greece Vaios Karagiannis
DF  4
DF  5 Bosnia and Herzegovina Refik Šabanadžović Substituted off 46'
MF  6 Greece Michalis Vlachos Substituted off 60'
FW  7 Greece Alekos Alexandris
MF  8 Republic of Macedonia Toni Savevski
MF  9 Greece Charis Kopitsis
MF 10 Greece Stavros Stamatis
FW 11 Croatia Zoran Slišković
Substitutes:
MF 14 Greece Vasilis Tsartas Substituted in 46'
FW 16 Greece Vasilis Dimitriadis Substituted in 60'
Manager:
Serbia and MontenegroGreece Dušan Bajević

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
    • Sotiropoulos
    • Chaldeos

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

References

  • Greek Cup 1993-94 at RSSSF

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