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1988-89 European Cup

1988–89 European Cup
Tournament details
Dates 6 September 1988 – 24 May 1989
Teams 31
Final positions
Champions Italy Milan (3rd title)
Runners-up Romania Steaua București
Tournament statistics
Matches played 59
Goals scored 170 (2.88 per match)
Top scorer(s) Marco van Basten (10 goals)

The 1988–89 European Cup was the 34th season of the European Cup football club tournament. The competition was won for the first time since 1969, and third time overall, by Milan comfortably in the final against former winners Steaua București. It was one of the most one-sided final since the replayed final in 1974.

PSV Eindhoven, the defending champions, were eliminated by Real Madrid in the quarter-finals.

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
PSV Netherlands Bye
Porto Portugal 3–2 Finland HJK 3–0 0–2
Górnik Zabrze Poland 7–1 Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch 3–0 4–1
Real Madrid Spain 4–0 Norway Moss 3–0 1–0
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 1–4 Scotland Celtic 1–0 0–4
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 3–5 West Germany Werder Bremen 3–0 0–5
Vitosha Bulgaria 2–7 Italy Milan 0–2 2–5
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 0–8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–5 0–3
Ħamrun Spartans Malta 2–3 Albania 17 Nëntori Tirana 2–1 0–2
Pezoporikos Larnaca Cyprus 2–7 Sweden IFK Göteborg 1–2 1–5
Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 3–7 Romania Steaua București 1–5 2–2
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 3–1 Northern Ireland Glentoran 2–0 1–1
Club Brugge Belgium 2–2(a) Denmark Brøndby 1–0 1–2
Valur Iceland 1–2 France AS Monaco 1–0 0–2
Larissa Greece 3–3 (0–3p) Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax 2–1 1–2
Rapid Wien Austria 2–3 Turkey Galatasaray 2–1 0–2

First leg

6 September 1988 (1988-09-06)
18:30
Valur Iceland 1–0 France AS Monaco
Eðvaldsson Goal 55' Report
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Thorbjorn Aass (Norway)

6 September 1988 (1988-09-06)
20:00
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 3–0 West Germany Werder Bremen
Doll Goal 16'
Thom Goal 62'
Pastor Goal 77'
Report

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
16:00
Pezoporikos Cyprus 1–2 Sweden IFK Göteborg
Livathinos Goal 21' (pen.) Report Eriksson Goal 18'
A. Ravelli Goal 57'
GSZ Stadium, Larnaca
Referee: Borislav Alexandrov (Bulgaria)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
16:00
Larissa Greece 2–1 Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax
Ziogas Goal 6'
Mitsibonas Goal 90'
Report Hermann Goal 56'
Alcazar Stadium, Larissa
Referee: Karl-Josef Assenmacher (Germany)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
16:45
Ħamrun Spartans Malta 2–1 Albania Nëntori Tirana
Refalo Goal 46'90' Report Stoja Goal 5'
Ta' Qali National Stadium, Valletta
Referee: Dragisa Komadinić (Yugoslavia)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
17:00
Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 1–5 Romania Steaua București
Kukleta Goal 20' Report Lăcătuș Goal 30'45'
Hagi Goal 78'88'
Stoica Goal 86'
Letná, Prague
Attendance: 22,296
Referee: Carlos Silva Valente (Portugal)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
17:00
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 2–0 Northern Ireland Glentoran
Ivanov Goal 53'
Shalimov Goal 54'
Report
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Referee: Ihsan Türe (Turkey)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
17:30
Górnik Zabrze Poland 3–0 Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch
Warzycha Goal 33'
Urban Goal 45', Goal 72'
Report

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
19:00
Budapest Honvéd Hungary 1–0 Scotland Celtic
Fodor Goal 8' Report
Bozsik Stadion, Budapest
Referee: Ignace W.M. van Swieten (Netherlands)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
19:30
Rapid Wien Austria 2–1 Turkey Galatasaray
Kranjčar Goal 32'
Kienast Goal 50'
Report Demiral Goal 80'

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
19:30
Vitosha Bulgaria 0–2 Italy Milan
Report Virdis Goal 18'
Gullit Goal 75'
Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia
Referee: Gerassimos Germanakos (Greece)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
20:30
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 0–5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Report Stojković Goal 52'65' (pen.)
Musemić Goal 60'
Bešić Goal 83'
Gjurovski Goal 85'
Oriel Park, Dundalk
Attendance: 3,200
Referee: Jim McCluskey (Scotland)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
21:00
Real Madrid Spain 3–0 Norway Moss
Losada Goal 19'
Tendillo Goal 28'
Butragueño Goal 31'
Report
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid
Referee: Charles Scerri (Malta)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
20:00
Club Brugge Belgium 1–0 Denmark Brøndby
Bettagno Goal 87' Report
Jan Breydel Stadium, Bruges
Referee: Antal Hutak (Hungary)

7 September 1988 (1988-09-07)
22:30
Porto Portugal 3–0 Finland HJK
Fernando Gomes Goal 6'
António Sousa Goal 22'
Rui Águas Goal 76'
Report
Estádio das Antas, Porto
Referee: Roger Philippi (Luxembourg)

Second leg

5 October 1988
HJK Finland 2–0 Portugal Porto
Valla Goal 53'
Kanerva Goal 84'
Report

Porto won 3–2 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg 1–4 Poland Górnik Zabrze
Theis Goal 32' Report Komornicki Goal 6'30'
Urban Goal 67'
Zagórski Goal 83'
Stade de la Frontière, Esch-sur-Alzette
Referee: Eysteinn Guðmundsson (Iceland)

Górnik Zabrze won 7–1 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Moss Norway 0–1 Spain Real Madrid
Report Butragueño Goal 39'
Melløs Stadion, Moss
Referee: Pekka Aho (Finland)

Real Madrid won 4–0 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Celtic Scotland 4–0 Hungary Budapest Honvéd
Stark Goal 17'
Walker Goal 73'
McAvennie Goal 77'
McGhee Goal 88'
Report

Celtic won 4–1 on aggregate.


11 October 1988
Werder Bremen West Germany 5–0 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Kutzop Goal 23' (pen.)
Hermann Goal 55'
Riedle Goal 62'
Burgsmüller Goal 70'
Schaaf Goal 90'
Report

Werder Bremen won 5–3 on aggregate.


6 October 1988
Milan Italy 5–2 Bulgaria Vitosha
Van Basten Goal 2'13'42'83'
Virdis Goal 62'
Report Nachev Goal 29'
Iliev Goal 73'

Milan won 7–2 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–0 Republic of Ireland Dundalk
Šabanadžović Goal 3'
Mrkela Goal 51'
Savićević Goal 67'
Report
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Sadik Deda (Turkey)

Red Star Belgrade won 8–0 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
17 Nëntori Tirana Albania 2–0 Malta Ħamrun Spartans
Hodja Goal 66'
Josa Goal 69'
Report
Qemal Stafa Stadium, Tirana
Referee: Stefan Dan Petrescu (Romania)

17 Nëntori Tirana won 3–2 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
IFK Göteborg Sweden 5–1 Cyprus Pezoporikos Larnaca
Nilsson Goal 6'
Zetterlund Goal 8'
Holmgren Goal 27'
Fröberg Goal 44'54'
Report Livathinos Goal 37'
Ullevi, Gothenburg
Referee: Janusz Eksztajn (Poland)

IFK Göteborg won 7–2 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 2–2 Czechoslovakia AC Sparta Prague
Hagi Goal 29'
Lăcătuş Goal 78'
Report Bílek Goal 12'88'

Steaua Bucureşti won 7–3 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Glentoran Northern Ireland 1–1 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Moore Goal 5' Report Cherenkov Goal 90'
The Oval, Belfast
Referee: Oli P. Olsen (Iceland)

Spartak Moscow won 3–1 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Brøndby Denmark 2–1 Belgium Club Brugge
Frank Goal 36'
Christensen Goal 68'
Report Brylle Goal 80'

Club Brugge 2–2 Brøndby on aggregate. Club Brugge won on away goals.


5 October 1988
AS Monaco France 2–0 Iceland Valur
Vogel Goal 15'
Weah Goal 37'
Report
Stade Louis II, Monaco
Referee: Jean-Pierre Schon (Luxembourg)

AS Monaco won 2–1 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
Neuchâtel Xamax Switzerland 2–1 (a.e.t.) Greece Larissa
Lei-Ravello Goal 62' (pen.)
Lüthi Goal 70'
Report Karapialis Goal 58'
  Penalties  
3–0
Stade de la Maladière, Neuchâtel
Referee: Rosario Lo Bello (Italy)

Larissa 3–3 Neuchâtel Xamax on aggregate. Neuchâtel Xamax won 3–0 on penalties.


5 October 1988
Galatasaray Turkey 2–0 Austria Rapid Wien
Çolak Goal 53'
Tanman Goal 67'
Report

Galatasaray won 3–2 on aggregate.

Second round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
PSV Netherlands 5–2 Portugal Porto 5–0 0–2
Górnik Zabrze Poland 2–4 Spain Real Madrid 0–1 2–3
Celtic Scotland 0–1 West Germany Werder Bremen 0–1 0–0
Milan Italy 2–2 (4–2p) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 1–1 1–11
17 Nëntori Tirana Albania 0–4 Sweden IFK Göteborg 0–3 0–1
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 5–1 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 3–0 2–1
Club Brugge Belgium 2–6 France AS Monaco 1–0 1–6
Neuchâtel Xamax Switzerland 3–5 Turkey Galatasaray 3–0 0–5

1 The second leg in Belgrade was replayed. The original second leg match in Belgrade was stopped by West German referee Dieter Pauly due to thick fog with Red Star leading 1–0. The match was then voided and replay was ordered since due to extremely poor visibility it was decided that the match could not continue that day. The replay took place the very next day and it ended in the above 1–1 scoreline.

First leg

26 October 1988
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 5–0 Portugal Porto
Kieft Goal 15'
Ellerman Goal 37'
Koeman Goal 42'53'
Janssen Goal 51'
Report

26 October 1988
Górnik Zabrze Poland 0–1 Spain Real Madrid
Report Sánchez Goal 66' (pen.)

26 October 1988
Celtic Scotland 0–1 West Germany Werder Bremen
Report Wolter Goal 57'

26 October 1988
Milan Italy 1–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Virdis Goal 48' Report Stojković Goal 47'

26 October 1988
17 Nëntori Tirana Albania 0–3 Sweden IFK Göteborg
Report Forsberg Goal 31'
Ingesson Goal 35'
Nilsson Goal 83'

26 October 1988
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 3–0 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Dumitrescu Goal 33'
Hagi Goal 58'70' (pen.)
Report
Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Rosario Lo Bello (Italy)

26 October 1988
Club Brugge Belgium 1–0 France AS Monaco
Mbuyu Goal 48' Report

26 October 1988
Neuchâtel Xamax Switzerland 3–0 Turkey Galatasaray
Lühti Goal 52'
Chassot Goal 86'
Decastel Goal 90'
Report

Second leg

9 November 1988
Porto Portugal 2–0 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Rui Águas Goal 43'
Domingos Goal 82'
Report

PSV Eindhoven won 5–2 on aggregate.


10 November 1988
Real Madrid Spain 3–2 Poland Górnik Zabrze
Sánchez Goal 27'85'
Butragueño Goal 77'
Report Jegor Goal 41'
Baran Goal 54'

Real Madrid won 4–2 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Werder Bremen West Germany 0–0 Scotland Celtic
Report
Weserstadion, Bremen
Referee: Carlo Longhi (Italy)

Werder Bremen won 1–0 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–0 Italy Milan
Savićević Goal 50' Report
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 97,400
Referee: Dieter Pauly (West Germany)

The game was abandoned in the 65th minute because of dense fog and low visibility with the score at 1–0. The game was replayed from the beginning the next day at 3 p.m. with the same starting line-ups, with the exception of Milan players Pietro Paolo Virdis and Carlo Ancelotti; Virdis had been sent off in the abandoned match, while Ancelotti picked up his second yellow card of the competition, meaning that he had to sit out a match.

10 November 1988
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–1 (a.e.t.) Italy Milan
Stojković Goal 38' Report Van Basten Goal 34'
  Penalties  
Stojković Penalty scored
Prosinečki Penalty scored
Savićević Penalty missed
Mrkela Penalty missed
2–4 Penalty scored Baresi
Penalty scored Van Basten
Penalty scored Evani
Penalty scored Rijkaard
Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Dieter Pauly (West Germany)

Red Star Belgrade 2–2 Milan on aggregate. Milan won 4–2 on penalties.


9 November 1988
IFK Göteborg Sweden 1–0 Albania 17 Nëntori Tirana
Forsberg Goal 30' Report

IFK Göteborg won 4–0 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 1–2 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
Cherenkov Goal 44' Report Lăcătuş Goal 11'
Balint Goal 90'
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Werner Föckler (West Germany)

Steaua Bucureşti won 5–1 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
AS Monaco France 6–1 Belgium Club Brugge
Fofana Goal 5'27'73'
Sonor Goal 8'
Touré Goal 24'30'
Report Audoor Goal 82'

AS Monaco won 6–2 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Galatasaray Turkey 5–0 Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax
Tütüneker Goal 19'77'
Çolak Goal 54'80'89'
Report
Ali Sami Yen Stadium, Istanbul
Attendance: 35,119
Referee: Joël Quiniou (France)

Galatasaray won 5–3 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
PSV Netherlands 2–3 Spain Real Madrid 1–1 1–2
Werder Bremen West Germany 0–1 Italy Milan 0–0 0–1
IFK Göteborg Sweden 2–5 Romania Steaua Bucureşti 1–0 1–5
AS Monaco France 1–2 Turkey Galatasaray 0–1 1–1

First leg

1 March 1989
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 1–1 Spain Real Madrid
Romário Goal 52' Report Butragueño Goal 45'

1 March 1989
Werder Bremen West Germany 0–0 Italy Milan
Report

1 March 1989
IFK Göteborg Sweden 1–0 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
Ingesson Goal 54' Report
Ullevi, Gothenburg
Attendance: 16,067
Referee: John Blankenstein (Netherlands)

1 March 1989
AS Monaco France 0–1 Turkey Galatasaray
Report Çolak Goal 20'

Second leg

Real Madrid won 3–2 on aggregate.


15 March 1989
Milan Italy 1–0 West Germany Werder Bremen
Van Basten Goal 32' (pen.) Report

Milan won 1–0 on aggregate.


15 March 1989
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 5–1 Sweden IFK Göteborg
Lăcătuş Goal 7'16'65'
Dumitrescu Goal 39'
Balint Goal 89'
Report Zetterlund Goal 54'
Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Joël Quiniou (France)

Steaua Bucureşti won 5–2 on aggregate.


15 March 1989
Galatasaray Turkey 1–1 France AS Monaco
Prekazi Goal 51' Report Weah Goal 65'

Galatasaray won 2–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Real Madrid Spain 1–6 Italy Milan 1–1 0–5
Steaua București Romania 5–1 Turkey Galatasaray 4–0 1–1

First leg

5 April 1989
21:00
Real Madrid Spain 1–1 Italy Milan
Sánchez Goal 42' Report Van Basten Goal 77'

5 April 1989
17:30
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 4–0 Turkey Galatasaray
Dumitrescu Goal 8'
Hagi Goal 40' (pen.)
Petrescu Goal 68'
Balint Goal 72'
Report
Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Vitor M. Fernandes Correia (Portugal)

Second leg

19 April 1989
20:30
Milan Italy 5–0 Spain Real Madrid
Ancelotti Goal 19'
Rijkaard Goal 25'
Gullit Goal 45'
Van Basten Goal 49'
Donadoni Goal 60'
Report
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 73,112
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (Belgium)

Milan won 6–1 on aggregate.


19 April 1989
17:30
Galatasaray Turkey 1–1 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
Cüneyt Goal 36' Report Dumitrescu Goal 39'
Atatürk, Izmir
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Keith Hackett (England)

Steaua Bucureşti won 5–1 on aggregate.

Final

24 May 1989
20:15
Romania Steaua Bucureşti 0–4 Milan Italy
Report

MatchCentre

Gullit Goal 18'39'
Van Basten Goal 27'47'

Season statistics

Top goalscorers

The top scorers from the 1988–89 European Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Netherlands Marco van Basten Italy Milan 10
2 Romania Marius Lăcătuş Romania Steaua Bucureşti 7
3 Romania Gheorghe Hagi Romania Steaua Bucureşti 6
4 Turkey Tanju Çolak Turkey Galatasaray 5
Mexico Hugo Sánchez Spain Real Madrid 5
6 Romania Ilie Dumitrescu Romania Steaua Bucureşti 4
Spain Emilio Butragueño Spain Real Madrid 4
Netherlands Ruud Gullit Italy Milan 4
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragan Stojković Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 4
9 Romania Gavril Balint Romania Steaua Bucureşti 3
Ivory Coast Youssouf Falikou Fofana France AS Monaco 3
Poland Jan Urban Poland Górnik Zabrze 3
Italy Pietro Paolo Virdis Italy Milan 3

See also

External links

  • 1988–89 All matches – season at UEFA website
  • European Cup results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  • All scorers 1988–89 European Cup according to protocols UEFA
  • 1988/89 European Cup - results and line-ups (archive)
  • European Cup 1988-89 – results, protocols, players statistics
  • website Football Archive 1988–89 European Cup

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