1992 Copa Libertadores Finals

1992 Copa Libertadores Finals
Event 1992 Copa Libertadores
São Paulo won the penalty shootout 3–2
First leg
Date 10 June 1992
Venue Estadio Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario
Referee Hernán Silva
Attendance 35,000
Second leg
Date 17 June 1992
Venue Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi), São Paulo
Referee José Torres Cadena
Attendance 71,986 (105,185)

The 1992 Copa Libertadores Final was a two-legged football match-up to determine the 1992 Copa Libertadores champion.

Qualified teams

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Newell's Old Boys 1988
São Paulo 1974

Final summary

First leg

1992-06-10
Newell's Old Boys 1 – 0 São Paulo
pen.)
Estadio Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Hernán Silva (Chile)
Newell's Old Boys
São Paulo
Newell's Old Boys:
GK 1 Norberto Scoponi
DF 19 Gustavo Raggio
DF 2 Fernando Gamboa
DF 6 Mauricio Pochettino
DF 4 Julio Saldaña
DF 14 Ángel Berti
MF 8 Gerardo Martino
MF 3 Eduardo Berizzo
MF 7 Julio Alberto Zamora
FW 20 Ricardo Lunari
FW 22 Alfredo Mendoza
Substitutes:
FW 13 Fabián Garfagnoli
FW 9 Cristian Domizzi
Manager:
Marcelo Bielsa
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Zetti
DF 2 Cafú
DF 3 Antônio Carlos
DF 4 Ronaldão
DF 15 Iván Rocha
MF 13 Adílson
MF 14 Pintado
MF 10 Raí
ST 7 Müller
FW 18 Palhinha
ST 11 Elivélton
Substitutes:
FW 9 Macedo
Manager:
Telê Santana

Assistant referees:


Fourth official:

Second leg

1992-06-17
São Paulo 1 – 0 Newell's Old Boys
pen.)
  Penalties  



3 – 2 Berizzo
Zamora
Llop
Mendoza
Gamboa
São Paulo
Newell's Old Boys
SÃO PAULO:
GK 1 Zetti
DF 2 Cafú
DF 3 Antônio Carlos
DF 4 Ronaldão
DF 15 Iván Rocha
MF 13 Adílson
MF 14 Pintado
MF 10 Raí
ST 7 Müller
FW 18 Palhinha
ST 11 Elivélton
Substitutes:
FW 9 Macedo
Manager:
Telê Santana
Newell's Old Boys:
GK 1 Norberto Scoponi
DF 5 Juan Manuel Llop
DF 2 Fernando Gamboa
DF 6 Mauricio Pochettino
DF 4 Julio Saldaña
DF 14 Ángel Berti
MF 8 Gerardo Martino
MF 3 Eduardo Berizzo
MF 7 Julio Alberto Zamora
FW 20 Ricardo Lunari
FW 22 Alfredo Mendoza
Substitutes:
FW 9 Cristian Domizzi
Manager:
Marcelo Bielsa

Assistant referees:
John Jairo Toro Redon
Jorge Eleger Zuluaga
Fourth official:

External links

  • CONMEBOL's official website
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