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1988 FA Charity Shield

1988 FA Charity Shield
Date 20 August 1988
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
Referee J Martin
Attendance 54,887

The 1988 FA Charity Shield was the 66th Charity Shield, a football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Football League and FA Cup competitions. The match was played on 20 August 1988 between 1987–88 Football League champions Liverpool and 1987–88 FA Cup winners Wimbledon.

The fixture was a rematch of previous season's FA Cup Final, and Liverpool gained some small revenge for that defeat with a 2–1 win, with both of their goals coming from John Aldridge – the player whose penalty in the final three months earlier had been saved.[1] However, the man who had saved his penalty – Wimbledon's goalkeeper Dave Beasant – had gone, transferred to Newcastle United in the close season, and his place for this game was taken by Simon Tracey. Wimbledon had taken the lead in the 17th minute with a John Fashanu header from a Dennis Wise cross from the right. Liverpool equalized with John Aldridge scoring after 23 minutes, and then took the lead after 69 minutes with Aldridge again scoring after a cross from John Barnes.


Match details

20 August 1988
15:00
Liverpool 2–1 Wimbledon
Aldridge Goal 23' Goal 69' Report Fashanu Goal 17'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 54,887
Referee: J Martin
Liverpool
Wimbledon
GK 1 Bruce Grobbelaar
CB 2 Gary Gillespie
LB 3 Barry Venison
RB 4 Gary Ablett
CM 5 Ronnie Whelan
CB 6 Alex Watson
CF 7 Peter Beardsley
CF 8 John Aldridge
RM 9 Ray Houghton
LM 10 John Barnes
CM 11 Steve McMahon
Substitutes:
GK 12 Mike Hooper
FW 13 Charlie Boyd
DF 14 Steve Staunton
MF 15 Jan Molby
MF 16 Nigel Spackman
Manager:
Kenny Dalglish
GK 1 Simon Tracey
CB 2 John Scales Substituted off
LB 3 Terry Phelan
MF 4 Vaughan Ryan
CB 5 Eric Young
RB 6 Peter Cawley
FW 7 Terry Gibson
MF 8 Carlton Fairweather
FW 9 John Fashanu Substituted off
CM 10 Lawrie Sanchez
MF 11 Dennis Wise
Substitutes:
DF Andy Clement Substituted in
FW Robbie Turner Substituted in
Manager:
Bobby Gould

References

  1. ^ "1988 Charity Shield". football site.co.uk. Retrieved 17 June 2011. 

External links

  • Match report at LFCHistory.net
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