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1987 Intercontinental Cup

1987 Intercontinental Cup
After extra time
Date 13 December 1987
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
Man of the Match Rabah Madjer (Porto)
Referee Franz Wöhrer (Austria)
Attendance 68,000

The 1987 Intercontinental Cup was a football match played on 13 December 1987 between Porto of Portugal, winners of the 1986–87 European Cup, and Peñarol of Uruguay, winners of the 1987 Copa Libertadores. The match was played under heavy snow at the neutral venue of the National Stadium in Tokyo in front of 45,000 fans.[1] Rabah Madjer was named as man of the match.[2]


Contents

  • Match 1
    • Details 1.1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Match

Details

13 December 1987
Porto 2–1 (a.e.t.) Peñarol
Gomes Goal 41'
Madjer Goal 110'
Viera Goal 80'
National Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 68,000
Referee: Franz Wöhrer (AUT)
Porto
CA Peñarol
GK 1 Józef Młynarczyk
DF 2 João Pinto
DF 3 Augusto Inácio
DF 4 Geraldão
DF 5 Lima Pereira
MF 6 Rui Barros Substituted off 61'
MF 7 Jaime Magalhães
MF 8 Rabah Madjer Man of the match
FW 9 Fernando Gomes (C)
FW 10 António Sousa
FW 11 António André
Substitutes:
MF 13 Quim Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Tomislav Ivić
GK 1 Eduardo Pereira (C)
DF 2 Marcelo Rotti
DF 3 Obdulio Trasante
DF 4 José Herrera Substituted off 95'
DF 5 José Perdomo
MF 6 Alfonso Domínguez
MF 7 Daniel Vidal
MF 8 Eduardo da Silva
MF 9 Diego Aguirre
FW 10 Milton Viera
FW 11 Jorge Cabrera Substituted off 45'
Substitutes:
DF 15 Gustavo Matosas Substituted in 45'
MF 13 Jorge Gonçálvez Substituted in 95'
Manager:
Óscar Tabárez

Man of the Match:
Rabah Madjer (FC Porto)

See also

References

  1. ^ Bobrowsky, Josef (13 February 2005). "Intercontinental Club Cup 1987".  
  2. ^ Rabah, Madjer (2 January 2009). "Toyota Cup - Most Valuable Player of the Match Award".  

External links

  • FIFA Article
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