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1998 Asian Super Cup

1998 Asian Super Cup
Event 1998 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date December 1, 1998
Venue Steelyard Stadium, Pohang, South Korea
Second leg
Date December 5, 1998
Venue , Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The 1998 Asian Super Cup was the 4th Asian Super Cup, a football match played between the winners of the previous season's Asian Club Championship and Asian Cup Winners Cup competitions. The 1998 competition was contested by Pohang Steelers of South Korea, who won the 1997–98 Asian Club Championship, and Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia, the winners of the 1997–98 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Contents

  • Route to the Super Cup 1
    • Pohang Steelers 1.1
    • Al Nasr 1.2
  • Game summary 2
    • First Game 2.1
    • Second Game 2.2
  • Champions 3
  • References 4

Route to the Super Cup

Pohang Steelers

Opponents Round Score1 Pohang Steelers goalscorers
Mohammedan SC First round 13–0 ?
Victory SC Second round 15–0 ?
Kashima Antlers Quarterfinals 2–1 Park Tae-Ha Goal 36', Lee Dong-Guk Goal 56'
Dalian Wanda Quarterfinals 1–2 Serhiy Konovalov Goal 66'
Finance and Revenue Quarterfinals 5–1 Baek Seung-Chul Goal 15', Lee Dong-Guk Goal 56', Serhiy Konovalov Goal 60', Park Tae-Ha Goal 81' Goal 88'
Al Hilal Semifinals 1–0 Park Tae-Ha Goal 45'
Dalian Wanda finals 0–0 AET 6–5 pen

1Pohang Steelers goals always recorded first.

Al Nasr

Opponents Round Score1 Al Nasr goalscorers
Al Shabab Second round (w/o)2
Al Ittihad Quarterfinals 3–2 ?
Köpetdag Aşgabat Semifinals 2–1 Obeid Al-Dosari Goal 10', Majed Abdullah Goal 39'
Suwon Samsung Bluewings Final 1–0 Hristo Stoichkov Goal 9'

1 Al Nasr goals always recorded first.
1 Al Shabab withdrew.

Game summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pohang Steelers 1-1 (a) Al Nassr 1-1 0-0

First Game

Second Game

Champions

Asian Super Cup 1998

Al Nassr FC
First Title

References

  • Asian Super Cup 1998
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