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1998 Scottish League Cup Final

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1998 Scottish League Cup Final

1998 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1998–99 Scottish League Cup
Date 29 November 1998
Venue Celtic Park, Glasgow
Referee Hugh Dallas
Attendance 45,533

The 1998 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 29 November 1998 at Celtic Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 52nd Scottish League Cup. The final was contested by Rangers and St. Johnstone. Rangers won the match 2–1, with goals from Stéphane Guivarc'h and Jörg Albertz.

Match details

29 November 1998
Rangers 2 – 1 St. Johnstone
Guivarc'h Goal 6'
Albertz Goal 37'
Report Dasovic Goal 8'
Celtic Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 45,533
Referee: Hugh Dallas


1 Finland Antti Niemi
2 Italy Sergio Porrini
3 Italy Lorenzo Amoruso
4 Scotland Colin Hendry
5 Netherlands Arthur Numan
6 Russia Andrei Kanchelskis
7 Scotland Barry Ferguson
8 Netherlands Giovanni van Bronckhorst
9 Germany Jörg Albertz Substituted off 65'
10 France Stéphane Guivarc'h Substituted off 89'
11 England Rod Wallace
12 Australia Tony Vidmar
14 Scotland Ian Ferguson Substituted in 65'
15 Scotland Gordon Durie Substituted in 89'
Netherlands Dick Advocaat
1 Scotland Alan Main
2 Scotland John McQuillan
3 Scotland Darren Dods
4 Republic of Ireland Alan Kernaghan
5 Scotland Gary Bollan
6 Scotland John O'Neil
7 Scotland Philip Scott
8 Canada Nick Dasovic
9 Scotland Paul Kane
10 Portugal Miguel Simão Substituted off 84'
11 Northern Ireland George O'Boyle Substituted off 74'
12 Scotland Allan Preston
14 England Nathan Lowndes Substituted in 74'
15 Scotland Roddy Grant Substituted in 84'
Scotland Sandy Clark

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