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1989 Norwegian Football Cup

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1989 Norwegian Football Cup

The Norwegian Football Cup 1989 was won by Viking after they beat Molde in the cup final. It took a replay to decide a winner.

Final

22 October 1989
Viking 2–2 e.e.t. (1–0) Molde
Alf Kåre Tveit Goal 23'
Per Holmberg Goal 61'
Øystein Neerland Goal 71'
Petter Belsvik Goal 90'
Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 23 000
Referee: Rune Pedersen (Sprint/Jeløy)

Molde's team: Thor André Olsen, Ulrich Møller, Hugo Hansen, Knut Hallvard Eikrem, (Øystein Neerland 64), Ole Erik Stavrum, Geir Sperre, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Morten Kristiansen, Ronald Wenaas, Jostein Flo, (Stein Olav Hestad 88) and Petter Belsvik.

Viking's team: Lars Gaute Bø, Kent Christiansen, Ingve Bøe, Roger Nilsen, Svein Fjælberg, Egil Fjetland, (Rune Gjerde), Trond Egil Soltvedt, Per Holmberg, (Endre Tangen 74), Kjell Jonevret, Alf Kåre Tveit and Jan Fjetland.

Replay

29 October 1989
Viking 2–1 (1–1) Molde
Jan Fjetland Goal 15'
Alf Kåre Tveit Goal 47'
Geir Sperre Goal 38'
Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 9 856
Referee: Egil Nervik (Freidig)

Viking's winning team: Lars Gaute Bø, Kent Christiansen, Ingve Bøe, Roger Nilsen, Svein Fjælberg, Egil Fjetland, (Geir Malmedal 52), Trond Egil Soltvedt, Per Holmberg, Kjell Jonevret, Alf Kåre Tveit, (Rune Gjerde 84), Jan Fjetland, Tore Haugvaldstad, Kåre Langesæter and Ivar Hauge.

Molde's team: Thor André Olsen, Hugo Hansen, Knut Hallvard Eikrem, (Stein Olav Hestad 60), Ulrich Møller, Ole Erik Stavrum, Geir Sperre, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Morten Kristiansen, Ronald Wenaas, Jostein Flo and Petter Belsvik.

References

  • http://www.rsssf.no
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