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2001 Asian Super Cup

2001 Asian Super Cup
Event 2001 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date August 4, 2001
Second leg
Date August 10, 2001

The 2001 Asian Super Cup was the 7th 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 2001 competition was contested by Suwon Samsung Bluewings of South Korea, who won the 2000–01 Asian Club Championship, and Al Shabab of Saudi Arabia, the winners of the 2000–01 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Contents

  • Route to the Super Cup 1
    • Suwon Samsung Bluewings 1.1
    • Al Shabab 1.2
  • Game summary 2
    • First Game 2.1
    • Second Game 2.2
  • Champions 3
  • References 4

Route to the Super Cup

Suwon Samsung Bluewings

Opponents Round Score1 Suwon Samsung Bluewings goalscorers
Hurriyya Second round 2–1 ?
Júbilo Iwata Quarterfinals 0–3
PSM Makassar Quarterfinals 8–1 Seo Jung-Won Goal 6' Goal 23' Goal 25', Sandro Cardoso Goal 11' Goal 18', Park Kun-Ha Goal 37', Ko Jong-Soo Goal 45'(p) Goal 79'
Shandong Luneng Taishan Quarterfinals 6–0 Ko Jong-Soo Goal 8' Goal 38', Denis Laktionov Goal 28', Seo Dong-Won Goal 48' Goal 59', Sabo Zoltan Goal 82'
Persepolis Semifinals 2–1 Seo Jung-Won Goal 78', Park Kun-Ha Goal 90'
Júbilo Iwata finals 1–0 Sandro Cardoso Goal 15'

1Suwon Samsung Bluewings goals always recorded first.

Al Shabab

Opponents Round Score1 Al Shabab goalscorers
Hutteen Second round 2–1 ?
Al Wahdat Quarterfinals 3–2 ?
Esteghlal Semifinals 3–2 Saeed Al-Owairan Goal 15'(p), Abdullah Shehan Goal 58', Khalid Al Dossary Goal 87'
Dalian Shide Final 4–2 Abdullah Al Shahrani Goal 24' (p), Abdullah Shehan Goal 25' Goal 48' Goal 74'

1Al Shabab goals always recorded first.

Game summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Suwon Samsung Bluewings 4-3 Al-Shabab 2-2 2-1

First Game

Second Game

Champions

Asian Super Cup 2001

First Title

References

  • Asian Super Cup 2001
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