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1990 Intercontinental Cup

1990 Intercontinental Cup
Date 9 December 1990
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
Man of the Match Frank Rijkaard (Milan)
Referee José Roberto Wright (Brazil)
Attendance 60,228

The 1990 Intercontinental Cup was a football match played on 9 December 1990 between Milan of Italy, winners of the 1989–90 European Cup, and Olimpia of Paraguay, winners of the 1990 Copa Libertadores. The match was played at the neutral venue of the National Stadium in Tokyo in front of 60,228 fans.[1] Frank Rijkaard was named as man of the match.[2]


Contents

  • Match details 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Match details

9 December 1990
Milan 3–0 Olimpia
Rijkaard Goal 43'65'
Stroppa Goal 62'
National Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 60,228
Referee: José Roberto Wright (Brazil)
Milan
Olimpia
GK 1 Andrea Pazzagli
DF 2 Mauro Tassotti
DF 6 Franco Baresi (C)
DF 4 Alessandro Costacurta
DF 3 Paolo Maldini Substituted off 22'
MF 7 Angelo Carbone
MF 8 Roberto Donadoni Substituted off 82'
MF 5 Frank Rijkaard Man of the match
MF 11 Giovanni Stroppa
FW 9 Marco van Basten
FW 10 Ruud Gullit
Substitutes:
DF 15 Filippo Galli Substituted in 22'
MF 13 Gianluca Gaudenzi Substituted in 82'
Manager:
Arrigo Sacchi
GK Ever Hugo Almeida
DF Virginio Cáceres
DF Remigio Fernández Booked 25'
DF Mario César Ramírez Substituted off 48'
DF Silvio Suárez
MF Fermín Balbuena
MF Adolfo Jara Heyn Substituted off 68'
MF Jorge Guasch (C)
MF Luis Alberto Monzón
FW Adriano Samaniego
FW Raúl Vicente Amarilla
Substitutes:
DF Herib Chamas Substituted in 48'
FW Cristobal Cubilla Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Luis Alberto Cubilla

See also

References

  1. ^ Bobrowsky, Josef (2 August 1999). "Intercontinental Club Cup 1990".  
  2. ^ Leme de Arruda, Marcelo (2 January 2009). "Toyota Cup - Most Valuable Player of the Match Award".  

External links

  • FIFA Article
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