UEFA Cup 2000-01

(From 8-08-2000 to 16-05-2001)

 

 

GAME DETAILS

 

 

Constel•lació Esportiva - Rayo Vallecano

FIRST LEG

Constel·lació Esportiva - Rayo Vallecano

0-10 (0-6)

STADIUM: Estadi Comunal (Andorra la Vella)

DATE: 10-08-2000 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 750

Referee: Charles Schaack (LUX)

Goals: 0-1 (Míchel 12'); 0-2 (L. Cembranos 27'); 0-3 (Bolić 31'); 0-4 (Bolo 35'); 0-5 (Bolić 39'); 0-6 (Bolo 42'); 0-7 (Bolić 60'); 0-8 (Míchel 66'); 0-9 (Bolić 67'); 0-10 (P. Sanz 72')

[Incidents: First game of Rayo Vallecano in European competitions.]

Constel·lació Esportiva (coach: Luis Blanco)

Ignacio Javier Sáez “Iñaki”

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Pablo Pérez (Jordi Lamelas 68')

Roberto Jonás Alonso

Xavier Alberto Lorenzati

Joan Antonio Marsá “Canito”

Francisco Javier Martín Sánchez

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David Bardina (Jordi Barra 46')

Josep Félix Álvarez

Ángel Martín (Sergio Patricio Roca 46')

Jorge Manuel Monteiro

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Raúl Minguella

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar (Jesús Diego Cota 57')

Ramón de Quintana

José María Quevedo

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Gláucio Carvalho (Iván Iglesias 57')

Gerhard Poschner (Pablo Sanz 57')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Luis Cembranos

Elvir Bolić

Jon Pérez “Bolo”

 

SECOND LEG

Rayo Vallecano - Constel·lació Esportiva

6-0 (2-0)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 24-08-2000 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 9.000

Referee: Miroslav Vitković (CRO)

Goals: 1-0 (L. Cembranos 20'); 2-0 (Bolo 41'); 3-0 (Bolo 54'); 4-0 (P. Sanz 56'); 5-0 (Míchel 72'); 6-0 (Bolić 90')

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Jesús Diego Cota

José María Quevedo

Ramón de Quintana

Ángel Alcázar

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Hélder Manuel Elias (Gláucio Carvalho 60')

Pablo Sanz (Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel” 60')

Josep Setvalls

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Luis Cembranos

Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Gustavo Bartelt 60')

Elvir Bolić

Constel·lació Esportiva (coach: Luis Blanco)

Ignacio Javier Sáez “Iñaki”

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Pedro Andrés Ramos (Ángel Martín 76')

Josep Félix Álvarez

Eduardo Muñoz “Edu”

Joan Antonio Marsá “Canito” (Xavier Alberto Lorenzati 60')

Francisco Javier Martín Sánchez

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Richard Imbernon

Christian Roig

Federico Coto

Roberto Jonás Alonso

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Raúl Minguella (Ramón Perearnau 82')

 

NK SCT Olimpija - RCD Espanyol

FIRST LEG

NK SCT Olimpija - RCD Espanyol

2-1 (2-1)

STADIUM: Bežigrad (Ljubljana)

DATE: 14-09-2000 (17:45 h)

Attendance: 5.000

Referee: Stéphane Moulin (FRA)

Goals: 1-0 (Jukić 15'); 1-1 (Gâlcă [p.] 44'); 2-1 (Rakovič 45')

NK SCT Olimpija (coach: Bojan Prašnikar)

Nihad Pejkovič

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Goran Granič

Damjan Ošlaj

Gregor Mirtič

Amir Agič

Ismet Munishi

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Franc Fridl

Siniša Jukić

Dušan Kosič (Dražen Žeželj 79')

Sebastjan Cimirotič (Blaž Puc 90')

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Ermin Rakovič (Branislav Krunič 71')

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Juan Luis Mora

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Mauro Navas

Pablo Rotchen

Mauricio Pochettino

Roger García

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Iván Díaz (Cristóbal Parralo 61')

Sergio González

Constantin Gâlcă

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Martín Posse

Manolo Serrano (Manel Martínez 75')

 

SECOND LEG

RCD Espanyol - NK SCT Olimpija

2-0 (2-0)

STADIUM: Estadio Olímpico de Montjuïc (Barcelona)

DATE: 28-09-2000 (21:15 h)

Attendance: 10.200

Referee: Helmut Fleischer (GER)

Goals: 1-0 (M. Posse 15'); 2-0 (Manel 25')

[Incidents: In minute 85, the game was interrupted for half an hour because of a severe thunderstorm and menacing lightning over the stadium.]

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Juan Luis Mora

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Cristóbal Parralo

Fernando Muñoz “Nando”

Mauricio Pochettino

Roger García

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Sergio González (Ángel Morales 59')

Constantin Gâlcă

Quique de Lucas (Mauro Navas 79')

Martín Posse (Manolo Serrano 65')

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Manel Martínez

NK SCT Olimpija (coach: Bojan Prašnikar)

Nihad Pejkovič

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Amir Agič (Marko Kmetec 66')

Goran Granič

Damjan Ošlaj

Gregor Mirtič

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Dušan Kosič

Franc Fridl

Siniša Jukić

Jalen Pokorn (Ismet Munishi 51')

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Sebastjan Cimirotič

Ermin Rakovič (Blaž Puc 63')

 

Molde FK - Rayo Vallecano

FIRST LEG

Molde FK - Rayo Vallecano

0-1 (0-1)

STADIUM: Nye Molde Stadion (Molde)

DATE: 14-09-2000 (19:30 h)

Attendance: 7.000

Referee: Zoran Arsić (YUG)

Goals: 0-1 (Bolo 16')

Molde FK (coach: Erik Brakstad)

Morten Bakke

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Trond Strande

Fredrik Kjølner

Petter Christian Singsaas

Freddy dos Santos (Knut Anders Fostervold 75')

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Odd Inge Olsen

Petter Rudi

Karl Oskar Fjørtoft

Daniel Berg Hestad

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Magne Hoseth (Thomas Mork 43')

Bernt Nikolai Hulsker

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Mauro García (Urbano Santos 58')

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Hélder Manuel Elias

José María Quevedo

Gerhard Poschner

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Luis Cembranos (Gláucio Carvalho 66')

Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Elvir Bolić 75')

 

SECOND LEG

Rayo Vallecano - Molde FK

1-1 (1-0)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 28-09-2000 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 5.000

Referee: Vladimír Hriňák (SVK)

Goals: 1-0 (Míchel [p.] 37'); 1-1 (Hulsker 74')

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Hélder Manuel Elias

Gerhard Poschner

Josep Setvalls (Pablo Sanz 78')

José María Quevedo (Gláucio Carvalho 68')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Gustavo Bartelt 58')

Molde FK (coach: Erik Brakstad)

Morten Bakke

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Freddy dos Santos

Fredrik Kjølner

Knut Anders Fostervold

Petter Christian Singsaas (Roger Nilsen 85')

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Daniel Berg Hestad

Karl Oskar Fjørtoft

Petter Rudi

Odd Inge Olsen

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Magne Hoseth (André Schei Lindbæk 62')

Bernt Nikolai Hulsker

 

CD Alavés - Gaziantepspor Kulübü

FIRST LEG

CD Alavés - Gaziantepspor Kulübü

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 14-09-2000 (22:30 h)

Attendance: 11.466

Referee: Steve Dunn (ENG)

Goals: -

[Incidents: First game of CD Alavés in European competitions.]

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Antonio Karmona

Óscar Téllez

Ibon Begoña

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Delfí Geli (Mario Rosas 51')

Hermes Desio

Pablo Gómez (Ivan Tomić 77')

Martín Astudillo

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Jordi Cruijff (Magno Mocelin 51')

Javi Moreno

Gaziantepspor Kulübü (coach: Erdoğan Arıca)

Ömer Çatkıç

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Mert Korkmaz

Kemal Aslan (İlyas Kahraman 90+')

João Batista Casemir

Hasan Özer

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Erhan Albayrak

Volkan Kürşat Bekiroğlu

Hasan Yiğit

Hakan Bayraktar

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Ramazan Tunç

Mustafa Şahintürk (Fatih Tekke 46')

 

SECOND LEG

Gaziantepspor Kulübü - CD Alavés

3-4 (2-1)

STADIUM: Kamil Ocak (Gaziantep)

DATE: 28-09-2000 (19:15 h)

Attendance: 20.000

Referee: Éric Poulat (FRA)

Goals: 1-0 (H. Yiğit 13'); 1-1 (I. Alonso 36'); 2-1 (Mehmet 45'); 2-2 (Tomić 56'); 2-3 (J. Moreno 71'); 2-4 (Tomić 80'); 3-4 (Erhan 90')

Gaziantepspor Kulübü (coach: Erdoğan Arıca)

Ömer Çatkıç

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Mehmet Polat

Mert Korkmaz

Ramazan Tunç

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Hasan Yiğit

Hakan Bayraktar

João Batista Casemir

Fatih Tekke

Erhan Albayrak

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Kemal Aslan

Mustafa Şahintürk (Hasan Özer 46')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Antonio Karmona

Óscar Téllez

Ibon Begoña

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Hermes Desio (Delfí Geli 86')

Ivan Tomić

Martín Astudillo

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Magno Mocelin (Javi Moreno 67')

Iván Alonso (Jordi Cruijff 67')

 

RC Celta - HNK Rijeka

FIRST LEG

RC Celta - HNK Rijeka

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Balaídos (Vigo)

DATE: 14-09-2000 (21:30 h)

Attendance: 7.000

Referee: Michael McCurry (SCO)

Goals: -

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Juan Velasco (Goran Đorović 89')

Fernando Cáceres

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Manuel Sánchez “Manolo” (Pablo Couñago 55')

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Everton Giovanella

Vágner Nunes

Valerij Karpin

Aleksandr Mostovoj

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Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli”

Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

HNK Rijeka (coach: Nenad Gračan)

Džoni Tafra

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Stjepan Skočibušić

Božidar Čačić

Andre Mijatović

Dalibor Višković

Damir Matulović

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Ratko Kremenović (Ivan Maroslavac 71')

Goran Brajković

Miroslav Weiss

Kristijan Čaval

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Anthony Miličić (Boris Pavić 90+')

 

SECOND LEG

HNK Rijeka - RC Celta

0-1 (0-0;0-0)

STADIUM: Kantrida (Rijeka)

DATE: 28-09-2000 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 8.000

Referee: Massimo Busacca (SWI)

Goals: 0-1 (Đorović 112')

HNK Rijeka (coach: Nenad Gračan)

Džoni Tafra

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Goran Brajković

Božidar Čačić (Mauro Tomišić 88')

Andre Mijatović

Stjepan Skočibušić

Dalibor Višković

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Ivan Maroslavac

Damir Matulović

Ratko Kremenović

Kristijan Čaval

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Anthony Miličić (Luiz Gomes “Ferrinho” 35' (Sandro Klić 101'))

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Juan Velasco

Fernando Cáceres

Goran Đorović

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran”

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Vágner Nunes

Dorival Guidoni “Doriva”

Valerij Karpin

Aleksandr Mostovoj (Benni McCarthy 68')

Manuel Sánchez “Manolo” (Everton Giovanella 83')

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha” (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 68')

 

Real Zaragoza CD - TS Wisła

FIRST LEG

Real Zaragoza CD - TS Wisła

4-1 (1-1)

STADIUM: La Romareda (Zaragoza)

DATE: 14-09-2000 (21:30 h)

Attendance: 18.000

Referee: Edgar Steinborn (GER)

Goals: 0-1 (Kałużny 12'); 1-1 (Acuña 30'); 2-1 (José Ignacio 54'); 3-1 (Yordi 65'); 4-1 (Yordi 70')

Real Zaragoza CD (coach: Juan Manuel Lillo)

Juan Miguel García “Juanmi”

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Pablo Díaz

Xavi Aguado

Francisco Jémez “Paco”

Martín Vellisca

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Paulo Roberto Gemelli “Jamelli” (Jorge González “Yordi” 46')

Roberto Acuña

José Ignacio Sáenz

Ander Garitano (Marcos Vales 64')

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Juan Castaño “Juanele”

Alen Peternac (Vladislav Radimov 74')

TS Wisła (coach: Orest Lenczyk)

Artur Sarnat

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Arkadiusz Głowacki

Kazimierz Moskal (Grzegorz Pater 77')

Kamil Kosowski

Marcin Baszczyński

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Grzegorz Niciński

Ryszard Czerwiec (Marek Zając 77')

Maciej Żurawski

Radosław Kałużny

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Tomasz Frankowski (Tomasz Kulawik 58')

Olgierd Moskalewicz

 

SECOND LEG

TS Wisła - Real Zaragoza CD

4-1 (0-1;4-1) (pk:4-3)

STADIUM: Stadion Wisły (Kraków)

DATE: 28-09-2000 (15:00 h)

Attendance: 8.000

Referee: Morgan Norman (SWE)

Goals: 0-1 (Baszczyński [o.g.] 5'); 1-1 (Kelechi 50'); 2-1 (Frankowski 54'); 3-1 (Moskal 60'); 4-1 (Frankowski 88')

PK: 1-0 (Żurawski); 1-1 (Aragón) / 2-1 (Zając); 2-2 (Acuña) / 3-2 (Głowacki); 3-2 (Juanele [out]) / 3-2 (Baszczyński [saved]); 3-3 (Yordi) / 4-3 (Frankowski); 4-3 (José Ignacio [out])

TS Wisła (coach: Orest Lenczyk)

Artur Sarnat

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Kazimierz Moskal

Arkadiusz Głowacki

Marcin Baszczyński

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Kamil Kosowski

Tomasz Kulawik (Łukasz Sosin 46')

Marek Zając

Ryszard Czerwiec (Iheanacho Kelechi 46')

Maciej Żurawski

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Olgierd Moskalewicz (Grzegorz Niciński 46')

Tomasz Frankowski

Real Zaragoza CD (coach: Juan Manuel Lillo)

Juan Miguel García “Juanmi”

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Pablo Díaz

Xavi Aguado

Francisco Jémez “Paco”

Marco Lanna

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Roberto Acuña

Santi Aragón

Ander Garitano (José Ignacio Sáenz 94')

Marcos Vales (Martín Vellisca 65')

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Juan Castaño “Juanele”

Alen Peternac (Jorge González “Yordi” 74')

 

Lillestrøm SK - CD Alavés

FIRST LEG

Lillestrøm SK - CD Alavés

1-3 (0-2)

STADIUM: Marienlyst (Drammen)

DATE: 26-10-2000 (18:15 h)

Attendance: 1.123

Referee: Edo Trivković (CRO)

Goals: 0-1 (I. Begoña 2'); 0-2 (Téllez 22'); 0-3 (Contra 48'); 1-3 (Helland 84')

[Incidents: The game was played in Drammen because Lillestrøm’s Åråsen Stadium doesn’t meet the requirements for a UEFA Cup match. Iván Alonso missed a penalty shot (min. 88).]

Lillestrøm SK (coach: Hallvar Thoresen)

Emille Baron

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Peter Werni

Tommy Berntsen (Pål Strand 34')

Torgeir Bjarmann

Torjus Hansén

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Magnus Kihlberg (Espen Søgård 69')

Rúnar Kristinsson (Roger Helland 78')

Stian Berget

Arild Sundgot

Sveinung Fjeldstad

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Erik Magnus Powell

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Dan Eggen

Antonio Karmona

Óscar Téllez

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Cosmin Contra (Vlatko Đolonga 55')

Hermes Desio

Delfí Geli

Ivan Tomić (Mario Rosas 65')

Ibon Begoña

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Magno Mocelin (Jurica Vučko 57')

Iván Alonso

 

SECOND LEG

CD Alavés - Lillestrøm SK

2-2 (1-1)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 9-11-2000 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 10.307

Referee: Attila Hanacsek (HUN)

Goals: 1-0 (Magno 1'); 1-1 (Strand 4'); 1-2 (Søgård 50'); 2-2 (Epitié 70')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Delfí Geli (Raúl Gañán 86')

Dan Eggen

Antonio Karmona

Óscar Téllez

Vlatko Đolonga

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Hermes Desio

Martín Astudillo

Mario Rosas (Juan Ramón Epitié 57')

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Magno Mocelin (Jurica Vučko 57')

Iván Alonso

Lillestrøm SK (coach: Hallvar Thoresen)

Emille Baron

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Olav Zanetti

Tommy Berntsen

Torgeir Bjarmann

Torjus Hansén

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Espen Søgård

Roger Helland (Espen Haug 80')

Pål Strand

Sveinung Fjeldstad

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Arild Sundgot

Erik Magnus Powell

 

FK Crvena Zvezda - RC Celta

FIRST LEG

FK Crvena Zvezda - RC Celta

1-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Crvena Zvezda / Marakana (Beograd)

DATE: 26-10-2000 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 43.328

Referee: Eric Romain (BEL)

Goals: 1-0 (Drulić 61')

FK Crvena Zvezda (coach: Slavoljub Muslin)

Aleksandar Kocić

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Marjan Marković

Stevo Glogovac

Goran Bunjevčević

Nenad Lalatović

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Ivan Gvozdenović

Dejan Ilić (Leo Lerinc 79')

Branko Bošković

Saša Zorić (Milenko Aćimović 60')

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Goran Drulić (Srđan Bajčetić 85')

Mihajlo Pjanović

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Juan Velasco

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Fernando Cáceres

Goran Đorović

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran” (Tomás Hervás 73')

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Vágner Nunes (Dorival Guidoni “Doriva” 77')

Valerij Karpin

Benni McCarthy (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 66')

Gustavo López

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

 

SECOND LEG

RC Celta - FK Crvena Zvezda

5-3 (1-2)

STADIUM: Balaídos (Vigo)

DATE: 9-11-2000 (21:30 h)

Attendance: 14.000

Referee: Cosimo Bolognino (ITA)

Goals: 0-1 (Drulić 14'); 1-1 (Catanha 22'); 1-2 (Drulić 38'); 2-2 (G. López [p.] 49'); 3-2 (McCarthy 54'); 4-2 (G. López [p.] 65'); 5-2 (Catanha 70'); 5-3 (Drulić 90+')

[Incidents: UEFA invalidated this game and awarded a 3-0 w.o. to RC Celta because FK Crvena Zvezda fielded two players inelligible through suspension (Nenad Lalatović and Stevo Glogovac).]

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Pablo Coira (Vágner Nunes 46')

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Fernando Cáceres

Juan Velasco

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Dorival Guidoni “Doriva” (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 46')

Everton Giovanella

Benni McCarthy

Aleksandr Mostovoj

Gustavo López (Fran Noguerol 77')

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

FK Crvena Zvezda (coach: Slavoljub Muslin)

Aleksandar Kocić

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Marjan Marković (Saša Zorić 59')

Goran Bunjevčević

Nenad Lalatović

Stevo Glogovac

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Milenko Aćimović (Srđan Bajčetić 77')

Dejan Ilić

Milivoje Vitakić

Branko Bošković (Leo Lerinc 66')

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Mihajlo Pjanović

Goran Drulić

 

Rayo Vallecano - Viborg FF

FIRST LEG

Rayo Vallecano - Viborg FF

1-0 (1-0)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 26-10-2000 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 7.000

Referee: Dietmar Drabek (AUT)

Goals: 1-0 (Quevedo 18')

[Incidents: Poschner was sent off (min. 51). Míchel missed a penalty shot (min. 79), saved by Onyszko.]

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Gláucio Carvalho (Hélder Manuel Elias 54')

Gerhard Poschner

José María Quevedo (Iván Iglesias 71')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Elvir Bolić (Josep Setvalls 88')

Jon Pérez “Bolo”

Viborg FF (coach: Kim Poulsen)

Arkadiusz Onyszko

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Morten Hamm

Ralf Pedersen

Palle Sørensen

Thomas Tengstedt (Asbjørn Sennels 10')

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Morten Poulsen

Thomas Frandsen

Jakob Glerup Nielsen

Anders Winther (Alex Nørlund Andersen 73')

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Steffen Højer

Heine Fernández

 

SECOND LEG

Viborg FF - Rayo Vallecano

2-1 (1-0)

STADIUM: Silkeborg Stadion (Silkeborg)

DATE: 9-11-2000 (19:30 h)

Attendance: 9.000

Referee: Georgios Kasnaferis (GRE)

Goals: 1-0 (Fernández 29'); 1-1 (Míchel 77'); 2-1 (Fernández 85')

[Incidents: There was one minute of silence before the game in memory of the late Queen Ingrid of Denmark, who died two days before the game. Pedersen was sent off (min. 76).]

Viborg FF (coach: Kim Poulsen)

Arkadiusz Onyszko

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Morten Hamm

Ralf Pedersen

Palle Sørensen

Asbjørn Sennels

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Thomas Frandsen (Alex Nørlund Andersen 80')

Steffen Højer

Morten Poulsen (Klaus Kærgård 80')

Jakob Glerup Nielsen

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Anders Winther

Heine Fernández

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Hélder Manuel Elias (Elvir Bolić 46')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

Gláucio Carvalho (Mauro García 57')

José María Quevedo

Josep Setvalls (Iván Iglesias 46')

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Jon Pérez “Bolo”

 

RCD Espanyol - Grazer AK

FIRST LEG

RCD Espanyol - Grazer AK

4-0 (4-0)

STADIUM: Estadio Olímpico de Montjuïc (Barcelona)

DATE: 26-10-2000 (21:15 h)

Attendance: 15.000

Referee: Miroslav Liba (CZE)

Goals: 1-0 (Tamudo 15'); 2-0 (Gâlcă [p.] 17'); 3-0 (Sergio 30'); 4-0 (Sergio 45')

[Incidents: Akoto was sent off (min. 25).]

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Juan Luis Mora

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Cristóbal Parralo

Fernando Muñoz “Nando”

Mauricio Pochettino

Roger García (Mauro Navas 57')

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Toni Velamazán

Sergio González

Constantin Gâlcă

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Martín Posse (Nan Ribera 79')

Raúl Tamudo (Manolo Serrano 60')

Grazer AK (coach: Werner Gregoritsch)

Andreas Schranz

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Eric Akoto

Anton Ehmann

Željko Milinović

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Dieter Ramusch (Enrico Kulovits 78')

Boban Dmitrović

Adolf Hütter

Aleš Čeh

Roland Brunmayr

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Igor Pamić (Gregor Pötscher 46')

Benedict Akwuegbu (Joachim Standfest 29')

 

SECOND LEG

Grazer AK - RCD Espanyol

1-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Arnold-Schwarzenegger-Stadion (Graz)

DATE: 9-11-2000 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 5.000

Referee: Jørn West Larsen (DEN)

Goals: 1-0 (Ehmann 65')

Grazer AK (coach: Werner Gregoritsch)

Andreas Schranz

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Anton Ehmann

Željko Milinović

Boban Dmitrović

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Aleš Čeh

Adolf Hütter (Gernot Sick 53')

Gregor Pötscher (Michael Hübler 14')

Dieter Ramusch

Martin Amerhauser

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Roland Brunmayr (Andreas Lipa 71')

Benedict Akwuegbu

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Juan Luis Mora

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Cristóbal Parralo

Mauricio Pochettino

Toni Soldevilla

Roger García

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Mauro Navas

Ángel Morales

Constantin Gâlcă (Sergio González 85')

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Quique de Lucas (Martín Posse 87')

Manolo Serrano (Raúl Tamudo 72')

 

FK Lokomotiv - Rayo Vallecano

FIRST LEG

FK Lokomotiv - Rayo Vallecano

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Dynamo Stadion (Moskva)

DATE: 23-11-2000 (18:30 h)

Attendance: 3.000

Referee: Luc Huyghe (BEL)

Goals: -

[Incidents: The game was played with a temperature of -17 ºC.]

FK Lokomotiv (coach: Yurij Sjomin)

Ruslan Nigmatullin

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Igor' Cherevchenko

Igor' Chugajnov

Dmitrij Sennikov

Gennadij Nizhegorodov

Vadim Evseev (Andrej Lavrik 86')

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Albert Sarkisian (Vladimir Maminov 59')

Evgenij Kharlachjov

Yurij Drozdov

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Zaza Dzhanashia (Oleg Terjokhin 65')

Dmitrij Bulykin

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar (Jon Pérez “Bolo” 46')

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Mauro García

Pablo Sanz

Gerhard Poschner

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel” (Josep Setvalls 86')

José María Quevedo

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Elvir Bolić (Iván Iglesias 75')

 

SECOND LEG

Rayo Vallecano - FK Lokomotiv

2-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 7-12-2000 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 7.000

Referee: Sorin Corpodean (ROM)

Goals: 1-0 (Bolić 65'); 2-0 (Alcázar 68')

[Incidents: In minute 69, the game was interrupted for some 25 minutes due to a floodlight failure.]

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Kasey Keller

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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Hélder Manuel Elias (Mauro García 46')

Gerhard Poschner

José María Quevedo (Josep Setvalls 87')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Jon Pérez “Bolo”

Elvir Bolić (Pablo Sanz 76')

FK Lokomotiv (coach: Yurij Sjomin)

Ruslan Nigmatullin

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Gennadij Nizhegorodov

Igor' Chugajnov

Igor' Cherevchenko

Vadim Evseev

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Dmitrij Sennikov

Yurij Drozdov

Vladimir Maminov

Albert Sarkisian (Zaza Dzhanashia 68')

Evgenij Kharlachjov

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Dmitrij Bulykin

 

FK Shakhtar - RC Celta

FIRST LEG

FK Shakhtar - RC Celta

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Shakhtjor Stadion (Donets'k)

DATE: 23-11-2000 (19:30 h)

Attendance: 30.000

Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR)

Goals: -

[Incidents: The game was played with a temperature of -15 ºC.]

FK Shakhtar (coach: Viktor Prokopenko)

Yurij Virt

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Mikhailo Starostjak

Dainius Gleveckas

Anatolij Timoshchuk

Isaac Okoronkwo

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Sergij Popov

Aleksej Bakharev

Gennadij Zubov

Vitalij Abramov (Marian Aliuţă 68')

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Andrij Vorobej

Oleksij Bielik (Marian Savu 82')

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Pablo Coira

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Fernando Cáceres

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran”

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Everton Giovanella

Dorival Guidoni “Doriva”

Valerij Karpin

Benni McCarthy (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 70')

Gustavo López (Tomás Hervás 89')

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha” (Pablo Couñago 62')

 

SECOND LEG

RC Celta - FK Shakhtar

1-0 (1-0)

STADIUM: Balaídos (Vigo)

DATE: 7-12-2000 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 15.000

Referee: Günther Benkö (AUT)

Goals: 1-0 (Catanha 28')

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

Pablo Cavallero

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Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Fernando Cáceres

Goran Đorović

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran” (Juan Velasco 87')

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Valerij Karpin (Vágner Nunes 75')

Dorival Guidoni “Doriva”

Everton Giovanella

Gustavo López

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Benni McCarthy (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 63')

Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

FK Shakhtar (coach: Viktor Prokopenko)

Yurij Virt

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Mikhailo Starostjak

Sergij Popov

Dainius Gleveckas

Isaac Okoronkwo

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Sergij Kovalev (Marian Aliuţă 46')

Gennadij Zubov (Marian Savu 46')

Aleksej Bakharev

Vjacheslav Shevchuk

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Oleksij Bielik (Vitalij Abramov 73')

Andrij Vorobej

 

CD Alavés - Rosenborg BK

FIRST LEG

CD Alavés - Rosenborg BK

1-1 (0-0)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 23-11-2000 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 9.920

Referee: Hartmut Strampe (GER)

Goals: 1-0 (J. Moreno 56'); 1-1 (F. Johnsen 80')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Martín Astudillo

Hermes Desio

Jordi Cruijff (Magno Mocelin 58')

Ibon Begoña (Ivan Tomić 58')

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Iván Alonso

Javi Moreno

Rosenborg BK (coach: Nils Arne Eggen)

Arni Gautur Arason

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Christer Basma (Morten Knutsen 60')

Erik Hoftun

Bent Inge Johnsen

Ståle Stensaas

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Fredrik Winsnes

Bent Skammelsrud

Ørjan Berg

Jan Derek Sørensen

Christer George (Lasse Strand 78')

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Frode Johnsen

 

SECOND LEG

Rosenborg BK - CD Alavés

1-3 (0-2)

STADIUM: Lerkendal (Trondheim)

DATE: 7-12-2000 (19:00 h)

Attendance: 13.000

Referee: Stéphane Bré (FRA)

Goals: 0-1 (B. I. Johnsen [o.g.] 20'); 0-2 (Vučko 37'); 0-3 (J. Moreno 62'); 1-3 (Skammelsrud [p.] 89')

Rosenborg BK (coach: Nils Arne Eggen)

Arni Gautur Arason

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Christer Basma

Bent Inge Johnsen

Erik Hoftun

Ståle Stensaas

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Fredrik Winsnes (Børge Hernes 77')

Bent Skammelsrud

Ørjan Berg

Jan Derek Sørensen

Morten Knutsen (Christer George 77')

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Frode Johnsen

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Martín Astudillo

Hermes Desio

Ivan Tomić (Pablo Gómez 82')

Jordi Cruijff

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Jurica Vučko (Javi Moreno 59')

Iván Alonso (Magno Mocelin 67')

 

Club Brugge KV - FC Barcelona

FIRST LEG

Club Brugge KV - FC Barcelona

0-2 (0-2)

STADIUM: Jan Breydelstadion (Brugge)

DATE: 23-11-2000 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 30.000

Referee: Konrad Plautz (AUT)

Goals: 0-1 (Rivaldo 24'); 0-2 (Kluivert 31')

[Incidents: Barcelona players wore black ribbons in memory of Ernest Lluch, a former Spanish Health Minister, who was killed by ETA on 21-11-2000.]

Club Brugge KV (coach: Trond Sollied)

Dejan Němec

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Olivier de Cock

Tjörven de Brul

Nzelo Lembi (Milan Lešnjak 70')

Peter van der Heyden

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Timmy Simons

Gaëtan Englebert

Sven Vermant (Tim Smolders 78')

Gert Verheyen

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Andrés Mendoza

Sandy Martens (Jochen Janssen 63')

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

Francesc Arnau (Richard Dutruel 64')

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Michael Reiziger

Abelardo Fernández

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Gerard López

Xavier Hernández “Xavi” (Emmanuel Petit 61')

Rivaldo Vítor Borba

Phillip Cocu

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Patrick Kluivert

Marc Overmars (Simão Sabrosa 75')

 

SECOND LEG

FC Barcelona - Club Brugge KV

1-1 (1-1)

STADIUM: Camp Nou (Barcelona)

DATE: 7-12-2000 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 50.000

Referee: Herbert Fandel (GER)

Goals: 1-0 (Rivaldo [p.] 17'); 1-1 (Verheyen 26')

[Incidents: Van der Heyden was sent off (min. 68).]

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Gabriel García “Gabri”

Abelardo Fernández

Emmanuel Petit

Sergi Barjoan

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Josep Guardiola (Xavier Hernández “Xavi” 70')

Phillip Cocu

Rivaldo Vítor Borba (Alfonso Pérez 72')

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Simão Sabrosa (Gerard López 72')

Patrick Kluivert

Marc Overmars

Club Brugge KV (coach: Trond Sollied)

Dejan Němec

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Olivier de Cock

Tjörven de Brul

Nzelo Lembi

Peter van der Heyden

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Gaëtan Englebert

Timmy Simons

Tim Smolders (Philippe Clément 75')

Jochen Janssen (Milan Lešnjak 72')

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Gert Verheyen

Andrés Mendoza

 

RCD Espanyol - FC Porto

FIRST LEG

RCD Espanyol - FC Porto

0-2 (0-0)

STADIUM: Estadio Olímpico de Montjuïc (Barcelona)

DATE: 23-11-2000 (21:15 h)

Attendance: 15.800

Referee: Kyros Vassaras (GRE)

Goals: 0-1 (Drulović 47'); 0-2 (Pena 72')

[Incidents: There was one minute of silence before kick-off in memory of Ernest Lluch, a former Spanish Health Minister, who was killed by ETA on 21-11-2000.]

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Juan Luis Mora

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Cristóbal Parralo

Toni Soldevilla (Manolo Serrano 74')

Mauricio Pochettino

Delio Toledo

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Sergio González

Constantin Gâlcă

Mauro Navas (Óscar García 61')

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Martín Posse (Toni Velamazán 61')

Raúl Tamudo

FC Porto (coach: Fernando Manuel Fernandes Santos)

Sergej Ovchinnikov

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Fernando Nélson Jesus Vieira Alves

Jorge Paulo Costa

Aloísio Pires

José Marcelo Januário “Esquerdinha”

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Carlos Humberto Paredes

Carlos Narciso Chaínho

Anderson Souza “Deco” (João Paulo “Paulinho” Santos 85')

Cândido Alves da Costa (Nuno Gonçalves “Capucho” 46')

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Ljubinko Drulović

Renivaldo Pereira “Pena” (Juan Antonio Pizzi 87')

 

SECOND LEG

FC Porto - RCD Espanyol

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Estádio das Antas (Porto)

DATE: 7-12-2000 (21:30 h)

Attendance: 8.086

Referee: Karl-Erik Nilsson (SWE)

Goals: -

[Incidents: Esquerdinha missed a penalty shot (min. 18).]

FC Porto (coach: Fernando Manuel Fernandes Santos)

Sergej Ovchinnikov

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Carlos Alberto Oliveira Secretário

Jorge Paulo Costa

Aloísio Pires

José Marcelo Januário “Esquerdinha”

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Anderson de Souza “Deco” (Nuno Gonçalves “Capucho” 80')

Carlos Humberto Paredes

Dmitrij Alenichev (Clayton Ferreira 90+')

Cândido Alves Moreira da Costa (Carlos Chaínho 69')

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Renivaldo Pereira “Pena”

Ljubinko Drulović

RCD Espanyol (coach: Paco Flores)

Alfredo Argensó

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Mauro Navas

Mauricio Pochettino

Toni Soldevilla

Roger García (Delio Toledo 59')

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Toni Velamazán

Sergio González

Constantin Gâlcă

Moisés García “Arteaga”

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Quique de Lucas (Nan Ribera 70')

Manolo Serrano (Manel Martínez 59')

 

CD Alavés - Internazionale FC

FIRST LEG

CD Alavés - Internazionale FC

3-3 (1-1)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 15-02-2001 (19:30 h)

Attendance: 17.307

Referee: Alain Hamer (LUX)

Goals: 1-0 (J. Moreno 44'); 1-1 (Recoba 45+'); 1-2 (Recoba 50'); 1-3 (Vieri 65'); 2-3 (Téllez 70'); 3-3 (I. Alonso 73')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Hermes Desio

Pablo Gómez (Iván Alonso 68')

Ivan Tomić

Jordi Cruijff

Martín Astudillo (Ibon Begoña 32')

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Javi Moreno (Magno Mocelin 68')

Internazionale FC (coach: Marco Tardelli)

Sebastien Frey

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Dario Šimić

Luigi di Biagio

Iván Ramiro Córdoba

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Cristian Brocchi (Bruno Cirillo 87')

Javier Adelmar Zanetti

Vladimir Jugović (Benoît Cauet 74')

Francisco Javier Farinós

Michele Serena

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Christian Vieri (Hakan Şükür 68')

Álvaro Alexander Recoba

 

SECOND LEG

Internazionale FC - CD Alavés

0-2 (0-0)

STADIUM: Giuseppe Meazza (Milano)

DATE: 22-02-2001 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 9.845

Referee: Graham Barber (ENG)

Goals: 0-1 (J. Cruijff 78'); 0-2 (Tomić 83')

Internazionale FC (coach: Marco Tardelli)

Sebastien Frey

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Bruno Cirillo (António Pacheco 83')

Laurent Blanc

Iván Ramiro Córdoba

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Cristian Brocchi (Clarence Seedorf 69')

Javier Adelmar Zanetti

Luigi di Biagio

Francisco Javier Farinós

Michele Serena (Matteo Ferrari 69')

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Christian Vieri

Álvaro Alexander Recoba

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Hermes Desio

Pablo Gómez (Magno Mocelin 63')

Ivan Tomić

Jordi Cruijff

Ibon Begoña (Iván Alonso 63')

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Javi Moreno (Jorge Azkoitia 81')

 

VfB Stuttgart - RC Celta

FIRST LEG

VfB Stuttgart - RC Celta

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion (Stuttgart)

DATE: 15-02-2001 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 20.000

Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO)

Goals: -

VfB Stuttgart (coach: Ralf Rangnick)

Timo Hildebrand

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Roberto Pinto (Jochem Seitz 86')

Zvonimir Soldo

Marcelo José Bordon

Bradley Carnell

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Silvio Meißner

Andreas Hinkel

Krasimir Balăkov (Adhemar Ferreira de Camargo 56')

Krisztián Lisztes

Christian Tiffert (Heiko Gerber 56')

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Sean Dundee

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

José Manuel Pinto

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Juan Velasco

Fernando Cáceres

Eduardo Berizzo

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

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Vágner Nunes

Everton Giovanella (Luís Eduardo Schmidt “Edu” 72')

Valerij Karpin (Tomás Hervás 84')

Aleksandr Mostovoj

Gustavo López (Juan José Jayo 72')

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

 

SECOND LEG

RC Celta - VfB Stuttgart

2-1 (1-0)

STADIUM: Balaídos (Vigo)

DATE: 22-02-2001 (22:00 h)

Attendance: 16.000

Referee: Pierluigi Collina (ITA)

Goals: 1-0 (Karpin 7'); 1-1 (Blank 46'); 2-1 (Mostovoj 85')

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

José Manuel Pinto

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Juan Velasco (Luís Eduardo Schmidt “Edu” 61')

Fernando Cáceres

Eduardo Berizzo

Yago Alonso-Fueyo

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Vágner Nunes (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 84')

Everton Giovanella

Valerij Karpin (Juan José Jayo 84')

Aleksandr Mostovoj

Gustavo López

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

VfB Stuttgart (coach: Ralf Rangnick)

Timo Hildebrand

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Andreas Hinkel

Zvonimir Soldo

Marcelo José Bordon

Stefan Blank

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Rüdiger Kauf

Pablo Thiam

Roberto Pinto

Krisztián Lisztes (Sean Dundee 39')

Bradley Carnell

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Ioan Viorel Ganea (Christian Tiffert 83')

 

Rayo Vallecano - FC Girondins de Bordeaux

FIRST LEG

Rayo Vallecano - FC Girondins de Bordeaux

4-1 (1-1)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 15-02-2001 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 8.000

Referee: Domenico Messina (ITA)

Goals: 0-1 (Laslandes 2'); 1-1 (De Quintana 19'); 2-1 (Bolić 73'); 3-1 (Quevedo 83'); 4-1 (Míchel 90')

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Mauro García

Ramón de Quintana

Sergio Ballesteros

Ángel Alcázar

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Hélder Manuel Elias (Gláucio Carvalho 75')

Gerhard Poschner

Luis Cembranos (Gustavo Bartelt 60')

José María Quevedo

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Elvir Bolić 60')

FC Girondins de Bordeaux (coach: Elie Baup)

Ulrich Ramé

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François Grenet

Alain Roche

David Sommeil

Jérôme Bonnissel

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David Jemmali

Aleksej Smertin

Sylvain Legwinski

Christophe Dugarry (Pascal Feindouno 90')

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Pedro Miguel Carreiro “Pauleta” (Laurent Battles 75')

Lilian Laslandes (Marc Wilmots 90')

 

SECOND LEG

FC Girondins de Bordeaux - Rayo Vallecano

1-2 (1-1)

STADIUM: Chaban-Delmas (Bordeaux)

DATE: 22-02-2001 (19:00 h)

Attendance: 27.000

Referee: Stuart Dougal (SCO)

Goals: 0-1 (L. Cembranos [p.] 20'); 1-1 (Mingo [o.g.] 24'); 1-2 (Bolo 50')

[Incidents: Ramé was sent off (min. 19).]

FC Girondins de Bordeaux (coach: Elie Baup)

Ulrich Ramé

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François Grenet (Pascal Feindouno 46')

Alain Roche

David Sommeil

Bruno Miguel Leite Basto

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Laurent Battles (Frédéric Roux 19')

Aleksej Smertin

Sylvain Legwinski (Kodjo Afanou 80')

Christophe Dugarry

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Lilian Laslandes

Pedro Miguel Carreiro Resendes “Pauleta”

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo”

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José María Quevedo (Gláucio Carvalho 60')

Hélder Manuel Elias

Gerhard Poschner

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel” (Josep Setvalls 72')

Luis Cembranos

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Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Elvir Bolić 52')

 

AEK - FC Barcelona

FIRST LEG

AEK - FC Barcelona

0-1 (0-1)

STADIUM: Níkos Goúmas (Néa Philadélpheia, Athína)

DATE: 15-02-2001 (21:30 h)

Attendance: 18.000

Referee: Graham Poll (ENG)

Goals: 0-1 (Luis Enrique 41')

AEK (coach: Toni Savevski)

Elias Atmatzidis

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Vasilis Lakis

Michalis Kasapis

Nikos Kostenoglou

Traianos Dellas

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Andreas Zikos

Milen Petkov

Christos Maladenis

Thodoris Zagorakis

Vasilis Tsartas (Emmanuel Ruiz 54')

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Demis Nikolaidis (Sotiris Konstantinidis 77')

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Gabriel García “Gabri”

Abelardo Fernández

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Luis Enrique Martínez (Emmanuel Petit 66')

Josep Guardiola

Phillip Cocu

Rivaldo Vítor Borba

Bodo Zenden

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Patrick Kluivert (Alfonso Pérez 66')

 

SECOND LEG

FC Barcelona - AEK

5-0 (2-0)

STADIUM: Camp Nou (Barcelona)

DATE: 22-02-2001 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 30.000

Referee: Stefano Braschi (ITA)

Goals: 1-0 (Luis Enrique 22'); 2-0 (Luis Enrique 31'); 3-0 (Rivaldo 57'); 4-0 (Luis Enrique 60'); 5-0 (Gerard [p.] 87')

[Incidents: Kapsis was sent off (min. 28).]

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Gabriel García “Gabri”

Michael Reiziger

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Luis Enrique Martínez (Gerard López 66')

Josep Guardiola (Xavier Hernández “Xavi” 58')

Phillip Cocu

Rivaldo Vítor Borba

Marc Overmars (Sergio Santamaría 46')

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Patrick Kluivert

AEK (coach: Toni Savevski)

Elias Atmatzidis

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Vasilis Lakis

Michalis Kapsis

Traianos Dellas

Nikos Kostenoglou (Rodrigo Ramos 42')

Michalis Kasapis

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Andreas Zikos

Christos Maladenis (Thodoris Zagorakis 36')

Vasilis Tsartas (Milen Petkov 75')

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Emmanuel Ruiz

Demis Nikolaidis

 

CD Alavés - Rayo Vallecano

FIRST LEG

CD Alavés - Rayo Vallecano

3-0 (1-0)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 8-03-2001 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 12.352

Referee: Jan Wegereef (NED)

Goals: 1-0 (Azkoitia 30'); 2-0 (Eggen 79'); 3-0 (Vučko 80')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra (Antonio Karmona 85')

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Ivan Tomić

Pablo Gómez

Jorge Azkoitia (Iván Alonso 59')

Jordi Cruijff

Ibon Begoña

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Javi Moreno (Jurica Vučko 75')

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Ángel Alcázar

Sergio Ballesteros

Ramón de Quintana

Carles Domingo “Mingo” (Josep Setvalls 62')

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Hélder Manuel Elias

Gerhard Poschner

José María Quevedo (Gláucio Carvalho 42')

Luis Cembranos (Elvir Bolić 56')

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Jon Pérez “Bolo”

 

SECOND LEG

Rayo Vallecano - CD Alavés

2-1 (1-1)

STADIUM: Teresa Rivero (Madrid)

DATE: 15-03-2001 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 11.500

Referee: Claude Colombo (FRA)

Goals: 0-1 (J. Cruijff 19'); 1-1 (Quevedo 41'); 2-1 (L. Cembranos [p.] 79')

Rayo Vallecano (coach: Juande Ramos)

Julen Lopetegui

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Sergio Ballesteros

Urbano Santos

Carles Domingo “Mingo” (Ángel Alcázar 69')

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Gerhard Poschner

José María Quevedo

Gláucio Carvalho

Luis Cembranos

Miguel Ángel Sánchez “Míchel”

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Jon Pérez “Bolo” (Gustavo Bartelt 64')

Elvir Bolić

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Josu Sarriegi

Antonio Karmona

Dan Eggen

Ibon Begoña

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Magno Mocelin (Jurica Vučko 56')

Hermes Desio

Ivan Tomić (Pablo Gómez 73')

Jordi Cruijff (Jorge Azkoitia 69')

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Iván Alonso

 

FC Barcelona - RC Celta

FIRST LEG

FC Barcelona - RC Celta

2-1 (1-0)

STADIUM: Camp Nou (Barcelona)

DATE: 8-03-2001 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 45.000

Referee: Graham Barber (ENG)

Goals: 1-0 (Kluivert 13'); 2-0 (Kluivert 56'); 2-1 (Coira 69')

[Incidents: Vágner was sent off (min. 21).]

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Gabriel García “Gabri” (Alfonso Pérez 46')

Michael Reiziger

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Josep Guardiola (Xavier Hernández “Xavi” 46')

Phillip Cocu

Bodo Zenden

Gerard López (Emmanuel Petit 85')

Marc Overmars

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Patrick Kluivert

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

José Manuel Pinto

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Yago Alonso-Fueyo

Fernando Cáceres

Eduardo Berizzo

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran” (Pablo Coira 46')

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Vágner Nunes

Juan José Jayo

Valerij Karpin

Aleksandr Mostovoj

Gustavo López (Everton Giovanella 73')

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Benni McCarthy (Luís Eduardo Schmidt “Edu” 61')

 

SECOND LEG

RC Celta - FC Barcelona

3-2 (1-2)

STADIUM: Balaídos (Vigo)

DATE: 15-03-2001 (21:00 h)

Attendance: 29.000

Referee: Markus Merk (GER)

Goals: 0-1 (Rivaldo 29'); 1-1 (Catanha 34'); 1-2 (Rivaldo 44'); 2-2 (G. López [p.] 64'); 3-2 (Mostovoj 90+')

RC Celta (coach: Víctor Fernández)

José Manuel Pinto

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Juan Velasco

Fernando Cáceres

Eduardo Berizzo

Juan Francisco García “Juanfran” (Luís E. Schmidt “Edu” 46')

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Juan José Jayo

Everton Giovanella

Valerij Karpin

Aleksandr Mostovoj

Gustavo López (Jesús Antonio Mora “Jesuli” 71')

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Henrique Guedes “Catanha”

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Michael Reiziger

Phillip Cocu

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Luis Enrique Martínez

Josep Guardiola

Emmanuel Petit

Rivaldo Vítor Borba (Xavier Hernández “Xavi” 78')

Marc Overmars (Bodo Zenden 66')

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Patrick Kluivert (Gerard López 90')

 

CD Alavés - 1. FC Kaiserslautern

FIRST LEG

CD Alavés - 1. FC Kaiserslautern

5-1 (3-0)

STADIUM: Mendizorroza (Vitoria)

DATE: 5-04-2001 (21:15 h)

Attendance: 15.157

Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR)

Goals: 1-0 (Contra [p.] 20'); 2-0 (Contra [p.] 31'); 3-0 (J. Cruijff 43'); 4-0 (I. Alonso [p.] 58'); 4-1 (H. Koch [p.] 68'); 5-1 (Magno 82')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Hermes Desio

Pablo Gómez (Martín Astudillo 59')

Ivan Tomić

Jordi Cruijff (Antonio Karmona 71')

Ibon Begoña

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Iván Alonso (Magno Mocelin 79')

1. FC Kaiserslautern (coach: Andreas Brehme)

Georg Koch

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Harry Koch

Mario Basler

Hany Ramzy

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Jørgen Pettersson (José Manuel Domínguez 46')

Everson Rodrigues “Ratinho”

Dimitris Grammozis

Marijan Khristov

Jeff Strasser

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Miroslav Klose

Vratislav Lokvenc (Olaf Marschall 69')

 

SECOND LEG

1. FC Kaiserslautern - CD Alavés

1-4 (1-1)

STADIUM: Fritz-Walter-Stadion (Kaiserslautern)

DATE: 19-04-2001 (20:30 h)

Attendance: 31.000

Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO)

Goals: 1-0 (Djorkaeff 7'); 1-1 (I. Alonso 23'); 1-2 (Vučko 64'); 1-3 (Vučko 86'); 1-4 (Gañán 88')

1. FC Kaiserslautern (coach: Andreas Brehme)

Georg Koch

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Harry Koch (José Manuel Domínguez 34')

Hany Ramzy

Dimitris Grammozis

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Andreas Buck (Jørgen Pettersson 64')

Everson Rodrigues “Ratinho”

Marijan Khristov

Jeff Strasser

Youri Djorkaeff

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Miroslav Klose

Vratislav Lokvenc

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Delfí Geli

Dan Eggen

Antonio Karmona

Óscar Téllez (Raúl Gañán 76')

Ibon Begoña

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Ivan Tomić

Hermes Desio

Magno Mocelin (Jorge Azkoitia 66')

Martín Astudillo

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Iván Alonso (Jurica Vučko 65')

 

FC Barcelona - Liverpool FC

FIRST LEG

FC Barcelona - Liverpool FC

0-0 (0-0)

STADIUM: Camp Nou (Barcelona)

DATE: 5-04-2001 (21:15 h)

Attendance: 90.000

Referee: Hellmut Krug (GER)

Goals: -

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Gabriel García “Gabri”

Carles Puyol

Frank de Boer

Sergi Barjoan

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Luis Enrique Martínez (Bodo Zenden 71')

Josep Guardiola

Phillip Cocu

Rivaldo Vítor Borba

Marc Overmars (Xavier Hernández “Xavi” 71')

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Patrick Kluivert

Liverpool FC (coach: Gérard Houllier)

Sander Westerveld

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Markus Babbel

Stéphane Henchoz

Sami Hyypiä

Jamie Carragher

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Danny Murphy (Vladimír Šmicer 59')

Steven Gerrard

Dietmar Hamann

Patrik Berger (Gary McAllister 82')

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Michael Owen (Robbie Fowler 72')

Emile Heskey

 

SECOND LEG

Liverpool FC - FC Barcelona

1-0 (1-0)

STADIUM: Anfield (Liverpool)

DATE: 19-04-2001 (20:05 h)

Attendance: 44.203

Referee: Urs Meier (SWI)

Goals: 1-0 (McAllister [p.] 44')

Liverpool FC (coach: Gérard Houllier)

Sander Westerveld

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Markus Babbel

Stéphane Henchoz

Sami Hyypiä

Jamie Carragher

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Steven Gerrard (Danny Murphy 78')

Dietmar Hamann

Gary McAllister

Vladimír Šmicer (Robbie Fowler 79')

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Michael Owen (Patrik Berger 62')

Emile Heskey

FC Barcelona (coach: Lorenzo Serra Ferrer)

José Manuel Reina

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Carles Puyol

Michael Reiziger (Simão Sabrosa 59')

Frank de Boer

Phillip Cocu

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Luis Enrique Martínez

Josep Guardiola

Emmanuel Petit

Rivaldo Vítor Borba

Marc Overmars (Daniel García “Dani” 74')

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Patrick Kluivert

 

Liverpool FC - CD Alavés

Liverpool FC - CD Alavés

5-4 (3-1;4-4)

STADIUM: Westfalenstadion (Dortmund)

DATE: 16-05-2001 (20:45 h)

Attendance: 48.050

Referee: Gilles Veissière (FRA)

Goals: 1-0 (Babbel 4'); 2-0 (Gerrard 16'); 2-1 (I. Alonso 27'); 3-1 (McAllister [p.] 41'); 3-2 (J. Moreno 47'); 3-3 (J. Moreno 50'); 4-3 (Fowler 73'); 4-4 (J. Cruijff 88'); 5-4 (Geli [o.g., Golden Goal] 118')

BOOKED: McAllister (10'), Babbel (107’) / Astudillo (10'), M. Herrera (39'), Karmona (58'), Magno (82'), Téllez (98'), Magno (102' > RC), Karmona (117' > RC)

MAN OF THE MATCH: Gary McAllister

[Incidents: Magno (min. 102) and Karmona (min. 117) were both sent off after a second bookable offense. Because of the new “Golden Goal” rule, the game finished immediately after Liverpool’s goal in extra-time.]

Liverpool FC (coach: Gérard Houllier)

Sander Westerveld

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Markus Babbel

Stéphane Henchoz (Vladimír Šmicer 55')

Sami Hyypiä (c)

Jamie Carragher

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Steven Gerrard

Gary McAllister

Dietmar Hamann

Danny Murphy

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Michael Owen (Patrik Berger 78')

Emile Heskey (Robbie Fowler 64')

CD Alavés (coach: José Manuel Esnal “Mané”)

Martín Herrera

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Cosmin Contra

Dan Eggen (Iván Alonso 22')

Antonio Karmona (c)

Óscar Téllez

Delfí Geli

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Ivan Tomić

Hermes Desio

Jordi Cruijff

Martín Astudillo (Magno Mocelin 46')

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Javi Moreno (Pablo Gómez 64')

 

 

 

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