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1980 European Super Cup

The 1980 UEFA Super Cup was played between Valencia CF and Nottingham Forest, with Valencia winning on the away goals rule.[1] Forest won the home leg 2-1, with both goals coming from Ian Bowyer. They however lost the second leg 1-0. This was the only occasion that the Super Cup was won using the away goals rule.

Contents

  • Match details 1
    • First leg 1.1
    • Second leg 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Match details

First leg

GK Peter Shilton
DF Viv Anderson Booked
DF Frank Gray
MF John McGovern
DF Larry Lloyd Booked
DF Kenny Burns
MF Ian Bowyer
FW Peter Ward Substituted off 76'
MF Gary Mills
FW Ian Wallace
MF John Robertson Booked
Substitutions:
FW Raimondo Ponte Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Brian Clough


Man of the Match:

Referee: Alexis Ponnet

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GK Carlos Pereira
DF Ricardo Arias
DF Ángel Castellanos Booked 41'
DF Daniel Solsona
DF Javier Subirats
MF Fernando Morena
MF Pepe Carrete Booked 76'
MF Manuel Botubot
MF José Cerveró
FW Enrique Saura
FW Darío Felman Substituted off 86'
Substitutions:
FW Orlando Jiménez Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Pasieguito

Second leg

GK José Manuel Sempere
DF Ricardo Arias
DF Miguel Tendillo
DF Ángel Castellanos
DF Daniel Solsona
MF Javier Subirats
MF Mario Kempes
MF Fernando Morena
MF Manuel Botubot
DV José Cerveró
DV Enrique Saura
Manager:
Pasieguito


Man of the Match:

Referee: Wöhrer

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GK Peter Shilton
DF Viv Anderson
DF Bryn Gunn
MD John McGovern
DF Larry Lloyd
DF Kenny Burns
MF Martin O'Neill Booked
MF Raimondo Ponte
FW Trevor Francis
FW Ian Wallace
MF Colin Walsh
Manager:
Brian Clough

References

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External links

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