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Asian Super Cup 1999

1999 Asian Super Cup
Event 1999 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date October 22, 1999
Venue Júbilo Iwata Stadium, Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan
Second leg
Date December 5, 1999
Venue Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The 1999 Asian Super Cup was the 5th 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 1999 competition was contested by Júbilo Iwata of Japan, who won the 1998–99 Asian Club Championship, and Al Ittihad of Saudi Arabia, the winners of the 1998–99 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Route to the Super Cup

Júbilo Iwata

Opponents Round Score1 Júbilo Iwata goalscorers
Instant Dict First round 7–0 ?
Finance and Revenue Second round 4–0 2 ?
Pohang Steelers Quarterfinals 1–1  28'
Dalian Wanda Quarterfinals 0–2
Busan Daewoo Royals Quarterfinals 2–0  90'
Al-Ain Semifinals 2–2 (aet, 2 PK 4)  37'
Esteghlal finals 2–1  45'

1Júbilo Iwata goals always recorded first.
2 The match was played over one leg by mutual agreement.

Al Ittihad

Opponents Round Score1 Al Ittihad goalscorers
Al Ahly Second round 7–1 ?
Pakhtakor Quarterfinals 4–0 ?
Al Talaba Semifinals 3–1  90'
Chunnam Dragons Final 3–2 (aet)  84'

1 Al Ittihad goals always recorded first.

Game summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Júbilo Iwata 2-2 (a) Al Ittihad 1-0 1-2

First Game

Second Game

November 19, 1999
Al Ittihad 2–1 Júbilo Iwata
 78'
 90'
 58'

Champions

Asian Super Cup 1999

Júbilo Iwata
First Title

References

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