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UEFA Euro 2000 Final

UEFA Euro 2000 Final
Match programme cover
Event UEFA Euro 2000
After golden goal extra time
Date 2 July 2000
Venue Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Man of the Match Francesco Totti (Italy)[1][2]
Referee Anders Frisk (Sweden)
Attendance 48,200
Weather Mostly cloudy
19 °C (66 °F)[3]

The final of UEFA Euro 2000 was a football match played on 2 July 2000 at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 2000. France won the match, defeating Italy 2–1.

Marco Delvecchio gave Italy the lead in the 55th minute and they held on until the final minute of injury time, when Sylvain Wiltord crashed a low drive past Italian keeper Francesco Toldo to take the game into extra time.[4] France won the game just before half-time in extra-time when Robert Pirès cut the ball back for David Trezeguet to fire the golden goal and win the tournament for France.[5][6]

Route to the final

France Round Italy
Opponent Result Group stage Opponent Result
 Denmark 3–0 Match 1  Turkey 2–1
 Czech Republic 2–1 Match 2  Belgium 2–0
 Netherlands 2–3 Match 3  Sweden 2–1
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 3 3 0 0 7 2 +5 9
 France 3 2 0 1 7 4 +3 6
 Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 3 3 0 3
 Denmark 3 0 0 3 0 8 −8 0
Final standings
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Italy 3 3 0 0 6 2 +4 9
 Turkey 3 1 1 1 3 2 +1 4
 Belgium 3 1 0 2 2 5 –3 3
 Sweden 3 0 1 2 2 4 –2 1
Opponent Result Knockout stage Opponent Result
 Spain 2–1 Quarter-finals  Romania 2–0
 Portugal 2–1 (aet) Semi-finals  Netherlands 0–0 (aet) (3–1 pen.)

Match

Details

2 July 2000
20:00 CEST
France  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Italy
Wiltord Goal 90+3'
Trezeguet Golden goal 103'
Report Delvecchio Goal 55'
Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Attendance: 48,200
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
France
Italy
GK 16 Fabien Barthez
RB 15 Lilian Thuram Booked 58'
CB 8 Marcel Desailly
CB 5 Laurent Blanc
LB 3 Bixente Lizarazu Substituted off 86'
CM 4 Patrick Vieira
CM 7 Didier Deschamps (c)
RW 6 Youri Djorkaeff Substituted off 76'
AM 10 Zinedine Zidane
LW 12 Thierry Henry
CF 21 Christophe Dugarry Substituted off 58'
Substitutions:
FW 13 Sylvain Wiltord Substituted in 58'
FW 20 David Trezeguet Substituted in 76'
MF 11 Robert Pirès Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Roger Lemerre
GK 12 Francesco Toldo
CB 5 Fabio Cannavaro Booked 42'
CB 13 Alessandro Nesta
CB 15 Mark Iuliano
RWB 11 Gianluca Pessotto
LWB 3 Paolo Maldini (c)
CM 4 Demetrio Albertini
CM 14 Luigi Di Biagio Booked 31' Substituted off 66'
AM 18 Stefano Fiore Substituted off 53'
SS 20 Francesco Totti Booked 90'
CF 21 Marco Delvecchio Substituted off 86'
Substitutions:
FW 10 Alessandro Del Piero Substituted in 53'
MF 16 Massimo Ambrosini Substituted in 66'
FW 19 Vincenzo Montella Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Dino Zoff

Man of the Match:
Francesco Totti (Italy)[1][2]

Assistant referees:
Leif Lindberg (Sweden)
Jens Larsen (Denmark)
Fourth official:
José María García-Aranda (Spain)

Match rules

Statistics

UEFA Euro 2000 Final
Overall[7]
Statistic France Italy
Goals scored 2 1
Total shots 19 10
Shots on target 12 3
Ball possession 48% 52%
Corner kicks 7 4
Fouls committed 18 29
Offsides 6 7
Yellow cards 1 3
Red cards 0 0

References

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