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2008–09 Greek Cup

2008-2009 Greek Cup
Country Greece Greece
Dates 30 August 2008 - 2 May 2009
Champions Olympiacos
Runners-up AEK Athens
Top goal scorer(s) Argentina Ismael Blanco

Greek Cup 2008–09 was the 67th edition of The Greek Football Cup, or Greek Cup for short.

The competition started on 30 August 2008 with the First Round and concluded on 2 May 2009 with the Final, held at Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis".

Olympiacos claimed this season's Greek Cup with a 15–14 victory on penalties over AEK after a 4–4 draw.[1]

Calendar

Round Date
First Round 30, 31 August & 7 September 2008
Second Round 16, 17 & 18 September 2008
Third Round 24 September 2008
Fourth Round 28, 29, 30 October, 11, 12 & 13 November 2008
Fifth Round 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22 January 2009
Replays 28 January 2009
Quarter-finals 4 & 18 February 2009 (1st leg)
25 February & 4 March 2009 (2nd leg)
Semi-finals 18 March 2009 (1st leg)
8 & 9 April 2009 (2nd leg)
Final 2 May 2009

First round

Second round

Third round

Fourth round

Fifth round

1st leg

Replay

Quarterfinals

1st leg

4 February 2009
19:00 EET
Panserraïkos 0 – 0 Panathinaïkos
Serres Stadium
Attendance: 2,319
Referee: Ch. Zografos (Athens)

4 February 2009
21:15 EET
PAOK 1 – 0 Olympiacos
Sérgio Conceição Goal 30'
Toumba Stadium,
Referee: T. Kakos (Corfu)

18 February 2009
16:45 EET
Panionios 0 – 1 Asteras Tripolis
Kaounos Goal 86'
Nea Smyrni Stadium
Referee: M. Lambropoulos (Ilia)

18 February 2009
21:30 EET
Skoda Xanthi 2 – 1 AEK Athens
Abraham Goal 43'
Došek Goal 68'
Blanco Goal 5' (pen.)
Skoda Xanthi Arena
Referee: S. Stathopoulos (Achaea)

2nd leg

25 February 2009
19:00 EET
AEK Athens 1 – 0 Skoda Xanthi
Blanco Goal 83'
Spyros Louis
Referee: I. Stavridis (Pieria)

2–2 on aggregate. AEK won on away goals.


4 March 2009
16:00 EET
Asteras Tripolis 1 – 0 Panionios
Bastía Goal 35'
Asteras Stadium
Referee: D. Kyrkos (Epirus)

Asteras Tripolis won 2–0 on aggregate.


4 March 2009
19:00 EET
Panathinaikos 2 – 3 Panserraikos
Christodoulopoulos Goal 74'
Papazoglou Goal 93' (o.g.)
Baykara Goal 23'
ČehGoal 56' (pen.)71'
Spyros Louis
Attendance: 6,354
Referee: G. Giannopoulos (Athens)

Panserraikos won 2–3 on aggregate.


4 March 2009
21:15 EET
Olympiacos 2 – 0 (a.e.t.) PAOK
DiogoGoal 46'
DerbyshireGoal 110'
Georgios Karaïskakis
Referee: M. Koukoulakis (Heraklion)

Olympiacos won 2–1 on aggregate.

Semifinals

1st leg

18 March 2009
19:00 EET
AEK Athens 3 – 1 Panserraikos
Djebbour Goal 20'40'
Majstorović Goal 38'
Marco Aurélio Goal 24'
Spiros Louis
Referee: N. Charalambidis (Kavala)

18 March 2009
21:15 EET
Asteras Tripoli 2 – 2 Olympiacos
Filomeno Goal 30'35' Diogo Goal 43'73'
Asteras Stadium
Referee: D. Kalopoulos (Thessaloniki)

2nd leg

8 April 2009
17:00 EEST
Panserraikos 0 – 0 AEK Athens
Serres Stadium, Serres
Referee: G. Kastanidis (Thessaloniki)

AEK won 3–1 on aggregate.


9 April 2009
18:00 EEST
Olympiacos 2 – 1 Asteras Tripoli
Leto Goal 47'
Diogo Goal 62'
Cesarec Goal 39'
Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Referee: G. Daloukas (Thessaly)

Olympiacos won 4–3 on aggregate.

Final

The 67th Greek Cup Final was played at Athens Olympic Stadium "Spyridon Louis".

AEK Athens
Olympiacos
ΑΕΚ ΑTHENS:
GK 23 Argentina Sebastián Saja
DF 31 Greece Nikolaos Georgeas (c)
DF 5 Sweden Daniel Majstorović
DF 25 Greece Sotirios Kyrgiakos Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 34', 90' Substituted off 62'
DF 4 Portugal Geraldo Alves Booked 74'
MF 8 Canada Tamandani Nsaliwa Booked 43'
MF 1 Greece Pantelis Kafes Booked 28'
MF 11 Brazil Gustavo Manduca Substituted off 68'
MF 32 Argentina Ignacio Scocco
FW 10 Algeria Rafik Djebbour Substituted off 77'
FW 18 Argentina Ismael Blanco
Substitutes:
GK 77 Austria Jürgen Macho
DF 6 Greece Georgios Alexopoulos Substituted in 62'
MF 16 Greece Vassilios Pliatsikas
MF 24 Argentina Agustín Pelletieri Substituted in 68'
MF 56 Finland Perparim Hetemaj
FW 9 Portugal Edinho Booked 111' Substituted in 77'
FW 83 Greece Michalis Pavlis
Manager:
Serbia Dušan Bajević
OLYMPIACOS:
GK 71 Greece Antonis Nikopolidis (c)
DF 35 Greece Vasilis Torosidis
DF 18 Greece Paraskevas Antzas
DF 21 Greece Avraam Papadopoulos Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 34', 107'
DF 3 France Didier Domi
MF 2 Greece Christos Patsatzoglou Substituted off 46'
MF 20 Brazil Dudu Cearense
MF 7 Argentina Luciano Galletti Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 68', 102'
MF 23 Argentina Sebastián Leto Substituted off 62'
MF 25 Argentina Fernando Belluschi
FW 10 Brazil Diogo
Substitutes:
GK 1 Greece Leonidas Panagopoulos
DF 30 Greece Anastasios Pantos
DF 14 Poland Michał Żewłakow
MF 33 Greece Giannis Papadopoulos
MF 11 Serbia Predrag Đorđević Substituted in 62'
MF 8 Spain Óscar Substituted in 97'
FW 27 England Matt Derbyshire Substituted in 46' Substituted off 97'
Manager:
Spain Ernesto Valverde

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
    • A. Thanasakoudis
    • D. Bozatzidis
  • Fourth official: M. Koukoulakis

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Top goalscorers

Goalscorers Goals Team
Argentina Ismael Blanco
5
AEK Athens
Brazil Diogo
4
Olympiacos
Greece Michalis Klokidis
3
Makedonikos
Brazil Tzivan Carlos
3
Zakynthos
Croatia Ante Rukavina
3
Panathinaikos
Greece Lazaros Christodoulopoulos
3
Panathinaikos
England Matt Derbyshire
3
Olympiacos

References

External links

  • Greek Cup at EPO.gr

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