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1993 Recopa Sudamericana

1993 Recopa Sudamericana
First leg
São Paulo won the penalty shootout 4–2
Date September 26, 1993
Venue Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo
Referee Renato Marsiglia (Brazil)
Attendance 12,974
Second leg
Date September 29, 1993
Venue Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Referee Jorge Luis Nieves Parra (Uruguay)
Attendance 20,000
1992
1994

The 1993 Recopa Sudamericana was the 5th Recopa Sudamericana, an annual football match between the winners of the previous season's Copa Libertadores and Supercopa Sudamericana competitions. This year's edition became the first final to be disputed between two clubs from the same nation and the second in South American club competitions. Due to schedule congestion, the first leg was played as part of the Campeonato Brasileiro.

The series was contested between São Paulo, winners of the 1992 Copa Libertadores, and Cruzeiro, winners of the 1992 Supercopa Sudamericana, in a two-legged series. Coached by the illustrious Telê Santana, São Paulo came away with the title after defeating Cruzeiro, appearing in their second consecutive final, 4-2 on penalties after a 0-0 tie to obtain the trophy for the first time. This became the 4th international title for São Paulo's golden generation. The series became notable as the legendary Ronaldo disputed an international competition for the first time ever only to fail to score during the penalty shoot-out.

Match details

First leg

September 26, 1993
São Paulo Brazil 0 – 0 Brazil Cruzeiro
(Report)
São Paulo
Cruzeiro
SÃO PAULO:
GK Brazil Zetti
DF Brazil Cafu
DF Brazil Gilmar Booked
DF Brazil Válber
DF Brazil Ronaldo Luiz
MF Brazil Dinho Booked
MF Brazil Toninho Cerezo
MF Brazil Palhinha Booked
MF Brazil Leonardo Substituted off ?b'
FW Brazil Guilherme Booked Substituted off ?a'
FW Brazil Valdeir
Substitutes:
MF Brazil Juninho Paulista Substituted in ?a'
DF Brazil André Luiz Substituted in ?b'
Manager:
Brazil Telê Santana
CRUZEIRO:
GK Brazil Sérgio
DF Brazil Paulo Roberto
DF Brazil Robson Booked
DF Brazil Luizinho
DF Brazil Nonato
MF Brazil Ademir Substituted off ?a'
MF Brazil Rogério Lage Booked
MF Brazil Boiadeiro
MF Brazil Luís Fernando
FW Brazil Macedo Substituted off ?b'
FW Brazil Ronaldo
Substitutes:
MF Brazil Douglas Substituted in ?a'
FW Brazil Careca Substituted in ?b'
Manager:
Brazil Carlos Alberto Silva

Second leg

1993-09-29
Cruzeiro Brazil 0 – 0 Brazil São Paulo
(Report)
  Penalties  
Paulo Roberto Penalty missed
Ronaldo Penalty missed
Luís Fernando Penalty scored
Ademir Penalty scored
2 – 4 Penalty scored Dinho
Penalty scored Cafu
Penalty scored Válber
Penalty scored Ronaldão
Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Jorge Luis Nieves Parra (Uruguay)
Cruzeiro
São Paulo
CRUZEIRO:
GK Brazil Sérgio
DF Brazil Paulo Roberto
DF Brazil Robson
DF Brazil Luizinho Substituted off ?a'
DF Brazil Nonato
MF Brazil Ademir
MF Brazil Rogério Lage
MF Brazil Boiadeiro
MF Brazil Luís Fernando
FW Brazil Macedo Substituted off ?b'
FW Brazil Ronaldo
Substitutes:
DF Brazil Célio Lúcio Substituted in ?a'
FW Brazil Careca Substituted in ?b'
Manager:
Brazil Carlos Alberto Silva
SÃO PAULO:
GK Brazil Zetti
DF Brazil Gilmar
DF Brazil Válber
DF Brazil Ronaldão
DF Brazil André Luiz
MF Brazil Dinho
MF Brazil Toninho Cerezo
MF Brazil Cafu
MF Brazil Palhinha Substituted off ?a'
FW Brazil Juninho Paulista
FW Brazil Valdeir Substituted off ?b'
Substitutes:
DF Brazil Catê Substituted in ?a'
MF Brazil Jamelli Substituted in ?b'
Manager:
Brazil Telê Santana
Recopa Sudamericana
1993 Winners
Brazil
São Paulo
First Title

External links

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