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2004–05 Slovenian Cup

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2004–05 Slovenian Cup

2004–05 Slovenian Football Cup
Country  Slovenia
Champions Celje
(1st title)
Runners-up Gorica

First round

Home team Score Away team
Duplek 1–8 Rudar Velenje
Paloma 2–3 Zavrč
Hotiza 0–4 Aluminij
Veržej 0–2 Nafta Lendava
Krka Novo Mesto 1–2 Krško
Tolmin 0–3 Factor
Svoboda 0–1 Triglav Kranj
Brda 1–4 Izola
Tišina 6–7 Železničar Maribor
Portorož-Piran 7–6 Jesenice

Second round

Home team Score Away team
Aluminij 5–1 Krško
Zavrč 2–1 Rudar Velenje
Železničar Maribor 2–6 Dravograd
Nafta Lendava 1–0 Drava Ptuj
Izola 1–0 Triglav Kranj
Portorož-Piran 0–3 Factor

Round of 16

Home team Score Away team
Aluminij Kidričevo 1–2 Nafta Lendava
Domžale 2–1 Ljubljana
Dravograd 5–2 Primorje
Olimpija 2–0 Factor
Mura 4–0 Šmartno
Celje 2–0 Izola
Koper 1–2 Maribor
Gorica 6–0 Zavrč

Quarter-finals

Home team Score Away team
Domžale 2–4 Gorica
Nafta Lendava 9–2 Dravograd
Celje 5–3 Olimpija
Maribor 2–0 Mura

Semi-finals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Maribor 3–4 Celje 2–1 1–3
Gorica 3–0 Nafta Lendava 2–0 1–0

Final

17 May 2005
Celje 1 – 0 Gorica
Lungu Goal 73' (o.g.) Report
Arena Petrol, Celje
Attendance: 3,800
Referee: Drago Kos

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