Cup Winners’ Cup 1989-90

(From 26-09-1989 to 13-03-1990)

 

 

GAME DETAILS (SPANISH CLUBS)

(The first five players in each team are the starting line-up, ordered according to their basic position: PG-F-C; the players in blue are the used substitutes)

 

 

1/8 FINAL

CSKA - Real Madrid CF

179-204 (92-109 / 87-95)

FIRST LEG

CSKA - Real Madrid CF 92-109 (45-57)

VENUE: Zala “Universiada” (Sofija)

DATE: 24-10-1989 (18:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 2.500

REFEREES: Eduard Tartaglia (YUG), Kostas Koromilas (GRE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Antonio Martín (24)

CSKA (coach: xxx)

Kosta Iliev (9)

Ivan Tsenov (21)

Robert Gergov (17)

Ljubomir Amiorkov (8)

Vladimir Dimitrov (12)

Rosen Barchovski (13)

Spas Natov (12)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (14)

Chechu Biriukov (21)

Pep Cargol (21)

Fernando Martín (14)

Fernando Romay (7)

José Luis Llorente (4)

Antonio Martín (24)

Javi Pérez (2)

Tomás González (2)

Ismael Santos (-)

SECOND LEG

Real Madrid CF - CSKA 95-87 (41-44)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 31-10-1989 (20:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 450

REFEREES: Alexander Faassen (NED), Keith Dwan (ENG)

FOULED OUT: Romay / Iliev, Natov, Amiorkov

TOP SCORER: Chechu Biriukov (34)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Mike Anderson (15)

Chechu Biriukov (34)

Pep Cargol (14)

Fernando Romay (9)

Antonio Martín (21)

Tomás González (-)

CSKA (coach: xxx)

Rosen Barchovski (20)

Kosta Iliev (10)

Ivan Tsenov (19)

Spas Natov (10)

Vladimir Dimitrov (4)

Stanislav Stankov (-)

Robert Gergov (7)

Ljubomir Amiorkov (17)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - PAOK

92-71 (33-46)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 5-12-1989 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.000

REFEREES: Philippe Leemann (SWI), Armand de Keyser (BEL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Mike Anderson (21)

[Incidents: Two days before this game, Fernando Martín died in a car accident. Although the three parties involved (Real Madrid, PAOK and FIBA) had agreed to cancel the match as a token of mourning, Real Madrid players (his brother Antonio included) decided to play it as a tribute to their teammate, even though they had buried Fernando in the morning. After this game, his #10 shirt was retired, so that no other Real Madrid player will ever wear it.]

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (21)

Chechu Biriukov (17)

Pep Cargol (11)

Antonio Martín (18)

Fernando Romay (4)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Ismael Santos (-)

Anthony Frederick (16)

PAOK (coach: Kostas Politis)

Nikos Stavropoulos (17)

Branislav Prelević (18)

Anthony Cook (12)

Panagiotis Papachronis (4)

Panagiotis Fassoulas (14)

Achilleas Mamatziolas (1)

Christos Papasarantos (-)

Georgios Makaras (5)

Takis Karatzoulidis (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

KK Partizan - Real Madrid CF

88-105 (50-56)

VENUE: Hala “Pionir” (Beograd)

DATE: 12-12-1989 (19:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Bruno Duranti (ITA)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Antonio Martín (30)

KK Partizan (coach: Borislav Ćorković)

Vladimir Androić (6)

Predrag Danilović (14)

Marko Ivanović (15)

Ivo Nakić (24)

Miroslav Pecarski (11)

Aleksandar Đorđević (13)

Miladin Mutavdžić (2)

Oliver Popović (3)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (12)

Chechu Biriukov (28)

Pep Cargol (13)

Antonio Martín (30)

Fernando Romay (4)

José Luis Llorente (6)

Anthony Frederick (12)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

FC Mulhouse Basket - Real Madrid CF

76-100 (45-54)

VENUE: Palais des Sports (Mulhouse)

DATE: 16-01-1990 (20:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.700

REFEREES: Wiesław Zych (POL), Bart van de Graaf (NED)

FOULED OUT: Romay (32’)

TOP SCORER: Ron Davis (25)

Mulhouse Basket (coach: Jean-Luc Monschau)

Christian Monschau (11)

Jean-Aimé Toupane (5)

Ron Davis (25)

Curtis Kitchen (17)

Philip Szanyiel (10)

Franck Butter (4)

Pat Burtey (4)

Daniel dos Anjos (-)

Daniel Contessi (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (15)

Chechu Biriukov (16)

Anthony Frederick (16)

Antonio Martín (24)

Fernando Romay (8)

José Luis Llorente (2)

Pep Cargol (13)

Quique Villalobos (4)

Javi Pérez (2)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

PAOK - Real Madrid CF

80-77 (37-34)

VENUE: Alexandrio Melathron (Thessaloníkê)

DATE: 23-01-1990 (21:45 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.500

REFEREES: Peter George (FRG), Karel Bruna (CZE)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Branislav Prelević (28)

[Incidents: PAOK’s fans received Real Madrid players with a volley of coins and metallic objects, one of which hit Frederick in his eyebrow and caused him a nasty cut.]

PAOK (coach: Kostas Politis)

Nikos Stavropoulos (7)

Branislav Prelević (28)

Anthony Cook (17)

Georgios Makaras (14)

Panagiotis Fassoulas (7)

Panagiotis Papachronis (7)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (12)

Chechu Biriukov (23)

Quique Villalobos (18)

Anthony Frederick (10)

Fernando Romay (7)

José Luis Llorente (4)

Pep Cargol (3)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - KK Partizan

101-76 (53-32)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 30-01-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.000

REFEREES: Bruno Duranti (ITA), János Berki (HUN)

FOULED OUT: Mutavdžić [d.t.f.] (37’)

TOP SCORER: Pep Cargol (20)

[Incidents: In minute 37, Mutavdžić received a disqualifying technical foul for throwing the ball at the Italian referee Duranti.]

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (12)

Chechu Biriukov (15)

Quique Villalobos (17)

Anthony Frederick (15)

Fernando Romay (4)

José Luis Llorente (5)

Pep Cargol (20)

Ismael Santos (2)

Javi Pérez (6)

Miguel Ángel Cabral (5)

KK Partizan (coach: Borislav Ćorković)

Željko Obradović (6)

Aleksandar Đorđević (13)

Saša Radunović (17)

Ivo Nakić (9)

Miroslav Pecarski (11)

Vladimir Androić (3)

Marko Ivanović (17)

Miladin Mutavdžić (-)

Oliver Popović (-)

 

1/4 FINAL — GROUP STAGE

Real Madrid CF - FC Mulhouse Basket

91-86 (41-51)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 6-02-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.500

REFEREES: Boris Tsarikov (USSR), xxx Correira (POR)

FOULED OUT: Romay (36’)

TOP SCORER: Curtis Kitchen (23)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (20)

Chechu Biriukov (15)

Pep Cargol (8)

Anthony Frederick (16)

Fernando Romay (4)

José Luis Llorente (15)

Quique Villalobos (13)

Mulhouse Basket (coach: Jean-Luc Monschau)

Christian Monschau (5)

Jean-Aimé Toupane (20)

Ron Davis (16)

Curtis Kitchen (23)

Philip Szanyiel (8)

Franck Butter (11)

Pat Burtey (3)

 

1/2 FINAL

Real Madrid CF - BK Žalgiris

170-169 (93-80 / 77-89)

FIRST LEG

Real Madrid CF - BK Žalgiris 93-80 (44-30)

VENUE: Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid (Madrid)

DATE: 20-02-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Claude Tabruyn (BEL)

FOULED OUT: -

TOP SCORER: Mike Anderson (29)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (29)

Quique Villalobos (6)

Anthony Frederick (15)

Antonio Martín (27)

Fernando Romay (5)

José Luis Llorente (3)

Pep Cargol (8)

BK Žalgiris (coach: Vladas Garastas)

Tauras Stumbrys (22)

Algirdas Brazys (11)

Gintaras Krapikas (4)

Arūnas Visockas (13)

Gintaras Einikis (7)

Romanas Brazdauskis (2)

Gintaras Bačianskas (6)

Darius Lukminas (9)

Gvidonas Markevičius (-)

Erikas Bublys (6)

SECOND LEG

BK Žalgiris - Real Madrid CF 89-77 (54-39)

VENUE: Kauno Sporto Halė (Kaunas)

DATE: 27-02-1990 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.000

REFEREES: Radoslav Petrović (YUG), Zbigniew Sołtysiak (POL)

FOULED OUT: Brazdauskis (29’)

TOP SCORER: Darius Lukminas (26)

BK Žalgiris (coach: Vladas Garastas)

Tauras Stumbrys (10)

Algirdas Brazys (11)

Gintaras Krapikas (3)

Gintaras Einikis (12)

Romanas Brazdauskis (15)

Gintaras Bačianskas (8)

Arūnas Visockas (2)

Darius Lukminas (26)

Erikas Bublys (2)

Aurimas Palšis (-)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

Mike Anderson (13)

Quique Villalobos (2)

Anthony Frederick (13)

Antonio Martín (17)

Fernando Romay (13)

José Luis Llorente (11)

Pep Cargol (8)

 

FINAL

Knorr Virtus Bologna - Real Madrid CF

79-74 (48-37)

VENUE: PalaGiglio (Firenze)

DATE: 13-03-1990 (18:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREES: Kostas Rigas (GRE), Wiesław Zych (POL)

FOULED OUT: Binelli (37’), Coldebella (38’)

TOP SCORER: Ray Richardson (29)

Knorr Virtus Bologna (coach: Ettore Messina)

Roberto Brunamonti (4)

Ray Richardson (29)

Lauro Bon (9)

Clemon Johnson (8)

Augusto Binelli (9)

Massimiliano Romboli (-)

Claudio Coldebella (16)

Clivo Righi (-)

Vittorio Gallinari (4)

Real Madrid CF (coach: George Karl)

José Luis Llorente (9)

Mike Anderson (20)

Anthony Frederick (21)

Antonio Martín (12)

Fernando Romay (1)

Quique Villalobos (-)

Pep Cargol (11)

 

 

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