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1997 UEFA Cup Final

1997 UEFA Cup Final
Event 1996–97 UEFA Cup
Schalke won 4–1 on penalties
First leg
Date 7 May 1997
Venue Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Referee Marc Batta (France)
Attendance 56,824
Second leg
Date 21 May 1997
Venue Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan, Italy
Referee José García Aranda (Spain)
Attendance 81,675
1996
1998

The 1997 UEFA Cup Final was contested between Schalke 04 of Germany and Internazionale of Italy. The tie was a tight affair, with each leg being won 1–0 by the home-team. After 210 minutes of football, the tie was eventually settled on penalties, with Schalke winning 4–1 at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. It was to be the last UEFA Cup final to be played over two legs, future finals being one-off games at a neutral ground.

Road to the final

Internazionale Schalke 04
Opponent Result Legs Round Opponent Result Legs
5–1 0–1 home; 5–0 away First round 3–1 2–0 away; 1–1 home
4–1 2–0 away; 2–1 home Second round 3–1 2–1 home; 1–0 away
7–2 4–1 home; 3–1 away Third round 3–2 2–0 home; 1–2 away
7–2 2–1 home; 5–1 away Quarter-finals 3–2 0–2 away; 3–0 home
4–3 2–2 home; 2–1 away Semi-finals 2–0 1–0 away; 1–0 home

Match details

First leg

7 May 1997
20:45
Schalke 04 Germany 1–0 Italy Internazionale
Wilmots Goal 70' Report

Overview (archive) Overview

Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen
Attendance: 56,824
Referee: Marc Batta (France)
Schalke 04
Internazionale
GK 1 Germany Jens Lehmann
SW 10 Germany Olaf Thon
RWB 4 Germany Yves Eigenrauch
CB 26 Netherlands Johan de Kock
CB 2 Germany Thomas Linke
LWB 19 Germany Michael Büskens Substituted off 67'
CM 20 Czech Republic Jiří Němec
CM 6 Germany Andreas Müller
CM 3 Czech Republic Radoslav Látal
AM 8 Germany Ingo Anderbrügge
CF 24 Belgium Marc Wilmots
Substitutes:
DF 5 United States Thomas Dooley
FW 11 Germany Martin Max Substituted in 67'
MF 16 Germany Oliver Held
DF 21 Germany Marco Kurz
GK 22 Germany Mathias Schober
Manager:
Netherlands Huub Stevens


Man of the match:

Assistant referees:

GK 1 Italy Gianluca Pagliuca
SW 7 Italy Salvatore Fresi Substituted off 62'
RB 2 Italy Giuseppe Bergomi
CB 5 Italy Fabio Galante Booked
CB 19 Italy Massimo Paganin
LB 3 Italy Alessandro Pistone
CM 4 Argentina Javier Zanetti
CM 21 Switzerland Ciriaco Sforza
CM 14 Netherlands Aron Winter
CF 23 Italy Maurizio Ganz
CF 9 Chile Iván Zamorano
Substitutes:
GK 12 Italy Andrea Mazzantini
MF 18 Italy Nicola Berti Substituted in 62'
FW 27 Italy Marco Branca
MF 15 Italy Sergio D'Autilia
MF 16 Italy Tiziano Polenghi
Manager:
England Roy Hodgson

Second leg

21 May 1997
20:45
Internazionale Italy 1–0 Germany Schalke 04
Zamorano Goal 84' Report

Overview (archive) Overview

  Penalties  
Zamorano Penalty missed
Djorkaeff Penalty scored
Winter Penalty missed
1–4 Penalty scored Anderbrügge
Penalty scored Thon
Penalty scored Max
Penalty scored Wilmots
Internazionale
Schalke 04
GK 1 Italy Gianluca Pagliuca
RB 2 Italy Giuseppe Bergomi Substituted off 71'
CB 19 Italy Massimo Paganin
CB 7 Italy Salvatore Fresi Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 89'
LB 3 Italy Alessandro Pistone
RM 4 Argentina Javier Zanetti Substituted off 120'
CM 21 Switzerland Ciriaco Sforza Substituted off 81'
CM 8 England Paul Ince
LM 6 France Youri Djorkaeff
CF 23 Italy Maurizio Ganz
CF 9 Chile Iván Zamorano
Substitutes:
GK 12 Italy Andrea Mazzantini
MF 14 Netherlands Aron Winter Substituted in 81'
MF 18 Italy Nicola Berti Substituted in 120'
DF 20 France Jocelyn Angloma Substituted in 71'
MF 15 Italy Sergio D'Autilia
Manager:
England Roy Hodgson


Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:

GK 1 Germany Jens Lehmann
SW 10 Germany Olaf Thon
RWB 4 Germany Yves Eigenrauch
CB 26 Netherlands Johan de Kock
CB 2 Germany Thomas Linke
LWB 19 Germany Michael Büskens
CM 3 Czech Republic Radoslav Látal Substituted off 100'
CM 20 Czech Republic Jiří Němec
CM 6 Germany Andreas Müller Substituted off 97'
AM 24 Belgium Marc Wilmots
CF 11 Germany Martin Max
Substitutes:
MF 8 Germany Ingo Anderbrügge Substituted in 97'
FW 14 United States David Wagner
MF 16 Germany Oliver Held Substituted in 100'
DF 21 Germany Marco Kurz
GK 22 Germany Mathias Schober
Manager:
Netherlands Huub Stevens

See also

References

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