XVII Olympic Football Tournament (Seoul 1988)

Game Details

(From 17-09-1988 to 1-10-1988)

 

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 17-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 24.000

REFEREE: Juan Daniel Cardellino (URU)

GOALS: 0-1 (Wuttke 31’); 0-2 (Mill 60’); 0-3 (Mill 89’)

CHN

中国

China - FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG

0-3 (0-1)

CHINA

Zhāng Huìkāng

Zhū Bō, Gāo Shēng, Jiă Xiùquán, Mài Chāo

Guō Yìjūn, Xiè Yùxīn (Lĭ Huī 84’), Liŭ Hăiguāng, Táng Yáodōng

Duàn Jŭ, Mă Lín (c) (Wáng Băoshān 88’)

COACH: Gāo Fēngwén

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Funkel, Grahammer

Görtz, Häßler, Fach (Schreier 84’), Wuttke (Kleppinger 77’)

Klinsmann (c), Mill

COACH: Hannes Löhr

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Mudeung Gyeonggijang “Mudeung Stadium” (Gwangju)

DATE: 17-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.000

REFEREE: Shizuo Takada (JAP)

GOALS: 1-0 (Carnevale 3’); 1-1 (Castañeda 7’); 2-1 (Evani 11’); 3-1 (Virdis 34’); 4-1 (Ferrara 38’); 5-1 (Desideri 75’); 5-2 (Paniagua 79’)

ITA

Italia

Italy - Guatemala

Guatemala

GUA

5-2 (4-1)

ITALY

Tacconi

Cravero, Tassotti (c), Ferrara, De Agostini

Colombo, Mauro, Iachini (Desideri 69’), Evani (Galia 60’)

Carnevale, Virdis

COACH: Francesco Rocca

GUATEMALA

Jerez

Dávila, Mazariegos (Ortiz 78’), Monzón, Wellmann

Batres, Pérez, Funes, Rodas

Paniagua, Castañeda

COACH: Jorge Roldán

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 17-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 15.000

REFEREE: Edgardo Codesal (MEX)

GOALS: 0-1 (Dhiab 16’); 0-2 (Maâloul [p.] 43’); 1-2 (Thern 44’); 2-2 (Hellström 45’)

[Incidents: Thern and Limam were both sent off (min. 73).]

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - Tunisia

تونس

TUN

2-2 (2-2)

SWEDEN

S. Andersson

Vaattovaara, Lönn, Arnberg (c), R. Nilsson

Thern, Rehn, M. Andersson, J. Nilsson

Eskilsson (Dahlin 65’), Hellström (Limpar 85’)

COACH: Benny Lennartsson

TUNISIA

Chouchane

Ouhachi, Mahjoubi, Ben Yahia, Mizouri

Smirani, Maâloul, Baouab, Dhiab (c)

Rouissi, Limam

COACH: Antoni Piechniczek

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Hanbat Undongjang “Hanbat Stadium” (Daejeon)

DATE: 17-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 29.600

REFEREE: Jesús Díaz Palacios (COL)

GOALS: 0-1 (Radhi [p.] 36’); 1-1 (Nyirenda 44’); 2-1 (K. Bwalya 66’); 2-2 (Karim Allawi 71’)

ZAM

Zambia

Zambia - Iraq

العراق

IRQ

2-2 (1-1)

ZAMBIA

Chabala (Richard Mwanza 60’)

Chitalu, Melu (c), Chomba, Mumba

Musonda, J. Bwalya, Makinka, K. Bwalya

Nyirenda, Chansa

COACH: Samuel Ndhlovu

IRAQ

Jassim

Jaffar, Kamel, Orabi, Dirjal (c)

Natiq Hashim, Gourgis (Ismail Mohammed 46’), Qais, Karim Allawi

Saeed, Radhi

COACH: Ammo Baba

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 18-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 30.000

REFEREE: Tullio Lanese (ITA)

GOALS: -

SKR

한국

South Korea - Soviet Union

СССР

USSR

0-0 (0-0)

SOUTH KOREA

Cho B.D. (c)

Park K.H., Cho M.K., Chung Y.H. , Gu S.B.

Choi K.H., Yeo B.K. (Choi Y.K. 62’), Kim J.S.

Byun B.J., Chung H.W. (Choi S.K. 24’), Choi S.H.

COACH: Kim Jung-nam

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Cherednik

Narbekovas, Ponomarjov, Mikhajlichenko, Dobrovol’skij

Savichev (Tatarchuk 58’), Borodjuk (Ljutyj 46’)

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Mudeung Gyeonggijang “Mudeung Stadium” (Gwangju)

DATE: 18-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.000

REFEREE: Juan Carlos Loustau (ARG)

GOALS: 1-0 (Farina 48’)

[Incidents: Yankos missed a penalty shot (min. 88).]

AUS

Australia

Australia - Yugoslavia

Југославија

YUG

1-0 (0-0)

AUSTRALIA

Olver

Yankos, Davidson, Dunn, Jennings

Petersen, Crino, Wade, Arnold (Slater 79’)

Mitchell (Božinovski 87’), Farina

COACH: Frank Árok

YUGOSLAVIA

Leković (Stojanović 30’)

Šabanadžović, Stanojković, Barbarić, Spasić

Stojković, Katanec (c), Brnović, Milinković (Mihić 69’)

Tuce, Đukić

COACH: Ivica Osim

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 18-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 18.500

REFEREE: Jamal al-Sharif (SYR)

GOALS: 1-0 (Windischmann 78’); 1-1 (Alfaro Moreno [p.] 83’)

USA

United States of America

USA - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

1-1 (0-0)

USA

Vanole

Krumpe, Caligiuri, Crow, Bliss

Armstrong, Tab Ramos (Harkes 74’), Davis (c), Murray

Goulet (Windischmann 68’), Vermes

COACH: Lothar Osiander

ARGENTINA

Islas (c)

Hernán Díaz, Fabbri, Agüero, Mayor (Lucca 54’)

Siviski, Hugo Pérez, Lorenzo

Ruidíaz, Alfaro Moreno, Comas (Airez 81’)

COACH: Carlos Pachamé

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Hanbat Undongjang “Hanbat Stadium” (Daejeon)

DATE: 18-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 29.512

REFEREE: Vincent Mauro (USA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Edmar 59’); 2-0 (Romário 74’); 3-0 (Romário 84’); 4-0 (Bebeto 86’)

BRA

Brasil

Brazil - Nigeria

Nigeria

NIG

4-0 (0-0)

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Aloísio, André Cruz, Jorginho

Ademir, Geovani (c), Edmar (Neto 63’), Mílton

Romário, Careca (Bebeto 73’)

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

NIGERIA

Ngodigha

Nwanu, Adeshina, Ezeugo (Obobaifo 67’), Uwe

Okpala (c), Okwaraji, Eguavoen, Sadi

Yekini, Iorfa (Siasia 60’)

COACH: Manfred Höner

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 19-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 14.000

REFEREE: Kenneth Hope (GBR)

GOALS: 0-1 (Grahammer 4’); 1-1 (Maâloul [p.] 26’); 1-2 (Fach 50’); 1-3 (Mill 55’); 1-4 (Wuttke [p.] 75’)

[Incidents: Klinsmann missed a penalty shot (min. 71).]

TUN

تونس

Tunisia - FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG

1-4 (1-1)

TUNISIA

Chouchane

Ouhachi, Mahjoubi, Mizouri, Ben Yahia

Baouab, Dhiab (c), Smirani (Abid 75’), Maâloul

Rouissi, Rannene

COACH: Antoni Piechniczek

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Funkel, Grahammer

Fach, Häßler, Wuttke (Schreier 76’), Görtz (Kleppinger 79’)

Klinsmann (c), Mill

COACH: Hannes Löhr

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Mudeung Gyeonggijang “Mudeung Stadium” (Gwangju)

DATE: 19-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.800

REFEREE: Keith Hackett (GBR)

GOALS: 1-0 (K. Bwalya 40’); 2-0 (K. Bwalya 55’); 3-0 (J. Bwalya 63’); 4-0 (K. Bwalya 90’)

ZAM

Zambia

Zambia - Italy

Italia

ITA

4-0 (1-0)

ZAMBIA

Chabala

Chabinga, Melu (c), Chomba, Mumba

Musonda, J. Bwalya, Makinka, K. Bwalya

Nyirenda (Chikabala 71’), Chansa

COACH: Samuel Ndhlovu

ITALY

Tacconi

Cravero (Crippa 61’), Tassotti (c), Ferrara, De Agostini

Colombo (Pellegrini 61’), Mauro, Galia, Iachini

Carnevale, Virdis

COACH: Francesco Rocca

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 19-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 17.000

REFEREE: Badara Sène (SEN)

GOALS: 1-0 (Lönn 19’); 2-0 (Hellström 42’)

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - China

中国

CHN

2-0 (2-0)

SWEDEN

S. Andersson

R. Nilsson, Lönn, Arnberg (c), Ljung

Engqvist, Limpar, M. Andersson, J. Nilsson (Palmér 84’)

Dahlin (Lindman 75’), Hellström

COACH: Benny Lennartsson

CHINA

Zhāng Huìkāng

Zhū Bō, Gāo Shēng, Jiă Xiùquán, Mài Chāo

Guō Yìjūn, Duàn Jŭ, Xiè Yùxīn, Táng Yáodōng

Liŭ Hăiguāng (Wáng Băoshān 46’), Mă Lín (c)

COACH: Gāo Fēngwén

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Hanbat Undongjang “Hanbat Stadium” (Daejeon)

DATE: 19-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 23.500

REFEREE: Jean-Fidèle Diramba (GAB)

GOALS: 1-0 (Radhi 57’); 2-0 (Jabbar 67’); 3-0 (Batres [o.g.] 77’)

IRQ

العراق

Iraq - Guatemala

Guatemala

GUA

3-0 (0-0)

IRAQ

Jassim

Dirjal (c), Kamel, Orabi, Jabbar

Jaffar, Gourgis (Hussein 46’), Ismail Mohammed, Qais

Radhi, Saeed (Abid 78’)

COACH: Ammo Baba

GUATEMALA

Piccinini

Dávila, Mazariegos, Monzón, Wellmann

Rodas (Delva 69’), Batres (Sandoval 81’), Pérez, Funes

Paniagua, Castañeda

COACH: Jorge Roldán

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 20-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 22.000

REFEREE: Baba Laouissi (MOR)

GOALS: -

SKR

한국

South Korea - USA

United States of America

USA

0-0 (0-0)

SOUTH KOREA

Cho B.D. (c)

Park K.H., Cho M.K., Chung Y.H., Gu S.B.

Choi K.H. (Lee T.H. 25’ (Kim Y.S. 74’)), Choi Y.K., Kim J.S.

Byun B.J., Choi S.K., Choi S.H.

COACH: Kim Jung-nam

USA

Vanole

Krumpe, Caligiuri, Crow, Bliss

Armstrong, T. Ramos (Doyle 46’), Davis (c), Harkes (Stollmeyer 76’)

Goulet, Klopas

COACH: Lothar Osiander

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Hanbat Undongjang “Hanbat Stadium” (Daejeon)

DATE: 20-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 24.000

REFEREE: Choi Gil-soo (SKR)

GOALS: 1-0 (Stojković 35’); 2-0 (Šabanadžović [p.] 49’); 3-0 (Stojković 67’); 3-1 (Yekini 88’)

YUG

Југославија

Yugoslavia - Nigeria

Nigeria

NIG

3-1 (1-0)

YUGOSLAVIA

Stojanović

Stanojković, Barbarić, Jozić, Spasić

Stojković, Katanec, Savevski (c), Šabanadžović (Brnović 69’)

Mihić, Šuker (Milošević 69’)

COACH: Ivica Osim

NIGERIA

Obi

Nwanu, Adeshina, Omokaro (Obiku 46’), Uwe

Okpala (c), Okwaraji (Odegbami 79’), Eguavoen, Sadi

Yekini, Siasia

COACH: Manfred Höner

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 20-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 25.000

REFEREE: Gérard Biguet (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Dobrovol’skij 7’); 2-0 (Mikhajlichenko 22’); 2-1 (Alfaro Moreno [p.] 77’)

USSR

СССР

Soviet Union - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

2-1 (2-0)

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Cherednik

Narbekovas (Savichev 61’), Kuznetsov, Mikhajlichenko, Dobrovol’skij

Tatarchuk (Yarovenko 79’), Ljutyj

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

ARGENTINA

Islas (c)

Hernán Díaz, Lucca, Fabbri, Agüero

Lorenzo, Hugo Pérez, Siviski

Cabrera (Airez 68’), Alfaro Moreno, Comas

COACH: Carlos Pachamé

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Dongdaemun Undongjang “Dongdaemun Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 20-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 15.000

REFEREE: Karl-Heinz Tritschler (FRG)

GOALS: 0-1 (Romário 20’); 0-2 (Romário 57’); 0-3 (Romário 61’)

[Incidents: Romário missed a penalty shot (second half), saved by Olver.]

AUS

Australia

Australia - Brazil

Brasil

BRA

0-3 (0-1)

AUSTRALIA

Olver

Yankos, Davidson, Dunn (Van Egmond 60’), Jennings

Crino, Petersen, Wade, Arnold

Mitchell, Farina (Slater 75’)

COACH: Frank Árok

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Batista, Aloísio, André Cruz

Ademir, Geovani (c), Edmar, Mílton (João Paulo 81’)

Romário, Careca (Bebeto 75’)

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 21-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 17.000

REFEREE: Lennox Sirjuesingh (TRI)

GOALS: -

TUN

تونس

Tunisia - China

中国

CHN

0-0 (0-0)

TUNISIA

Fessi

Mahjoubi, Ben Neji, Ben Yahia, Chahat

Bousnina, Maâloul, Baouab, Mhedhebi (Abid 58’)

Dhiab (c), Rannene (Yaâcoubi 67’)

COACH: Antoni Piechniczek

CHINA

Zhāng Huìkāng

Zhū Bō, Gāo Shēng, Jiă Xiùquán, Zhāng Xiăowén

Guō Yìjūn, Xiè Yùxīn, Huī, Táng Yáodōng

Duàn Jŭ, Liŭ Hăiguāng (Wáng Băoshān 82’)

COACH: Gāo Fēngwén

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Mudeung Gyeonggijang “Mudeung Stadium” (Gwangju)

DATE: 21-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.000

REFEREE: Abdul-Rahman Mandi Jassim (BHR)

GOALS: 1-0 (Makinka 53’); 2-0 (K. Bwalya [p.] 79’); 3-0 (K. Bwalya 82’); 4-0 (Makinka 85’)

ZAM

Zambia

Zambia - Guatemala

Guatemala

GUA

4-0 (0-0)

ZAMBIA

Chabala

Chabinga, Melu (c), Mulenga, Mumba

Musonda, Chambeshi, Makinka, K. Bwalya

Nyirenda (Pearson Mwanza 79’), Chansa

COACH: Samuel Ndhlovu

GUATEMALA

Jerez

Dávila, Monzón (Batres 46’), Mazariegos, Ortiz

Rodas, López, Sandoval (Gardiner 60’), Pérez

Delva, Castañeda

COACH: Jorge Roldán

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 21-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 17.000

REFEREE: Kurt Röthlisberger (SWI)

GOALS: 0-1 (Walter 60’); 1-1 (Engqvist 64’); 2-1 (Lönn 85’)

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG

2-1 (0-0)

SWEDEN

S. Andersson

R. Nilsson, Lönn, Arnberg (c), Ljung

Limpar, Engqvist, M. Andersson, J. Nilsson

Dahlin (Rehn 77’), Hellström

COACH: Benny Lennartsson

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Görtz, Grahammer

Kleppinger, Fach, Häßler, Wuttke (Schreier 66’)

Mill (Walter 46’), Klinsmann (c)

COACH: Hannes Löhr

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Dongdaemun Undongjang “Dongdaemun Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 21-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 13.000

REFEREE: Hernán Martín Silva Arce (CHI)

GOALS: 0-1 (Rizzitelli 59’); 0-2 (Mauro 63’)

IRQ

العراق

Iraq - Italy

Italia

ITA

0-2 (0-0)

IRAQ

Jassim

Dirjal (c), Kamel, Orabi, Jabbar

Jaffar, Hussein, Ismail Mohammed, Qais (Shaker 46’)

Radhi, Saeed (Karim Allawi 70’)

COACH: Ammo Baba

ITALY

Tacconi

Brambati, Tassotti (c), Ferrara, De Agostini

Crippa, Iachini, Mauro (Colombo 81’), Evani

Virdis, Rizzitelli (Carnevale 80’)

COACH: Francesco Rocca

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 22-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 30.000

REFEREE: Christopher Bambridge (AUS)

GOALS: 0-1 (Alfaro Moreno 3’); 1-1 (Noh Soo-jin 14’); 1-2 (Fabbri 73’)

SKR

한국

South Korea - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

1-2 (1-1)

SOUTH KOREA

Cho B.D. (c)

Park K.H., Cho M.K., Chung Y.H., Gu S.B.

Choi K.H. (Kim Y.S. 81’), Noh S.J. (Yeo B.K. 70’), Kim J.S.

Byun B.J., Choi S.K., Choi S.H.

COACH: Kim Jung-nam

ARGENTINA

Islas (c)

Hernán Díaz, Monzón, Lucca, Fabbri

Lorenzo (Cabrera 74’), Hugo Pérez (Russo 60’), Siviski

Airez, Alfaro Moreno, Comas

COACH: Carlos Pachamé

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 22-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 20.000

REFEREE: Arnaldo César Coelho (BRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Mikhajlichenko 7’); 2-0 (Narbekovas 19’); 3-0 (Dobrovol’skij [p.] 45’); 4-0 (Mikhajlichenko 48’); 4-1 (Goulet 65’); 4-2 (Doyle 85’)

USSR

СССР

Soviet Union - USA

United States of America

USA

4-2 (3-0)

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Yarovenko

Kuznetsov, Mikhajlichenko (Borodjuk 59’), Dobrovol’skij (Janonis 54’)

Narbekovas, Savichev, Ljutyj

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

USA

Vanole

Krumpe (Armstrong 65’), Caligiuri, Crow, Bliss

Doyle, Davis (c), Stollmeyer (Goulet 46’), Murray

Vermes, Klopas

COACH: Lothar Osiander

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Hanbat Undongjang “Hanbat Stadium” (Daejeon)

DATE: 22-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 31.200

REFEREE: Aleksej Spirin (USSR)

GOALS: 0-1 (André Cruz 25’); 0-2 (Bebeto 56’); 1-2 (Šabanadžović 69’)

YUG

Југославија

Yugoslavia - Brazil

Brasil

BRA

1-2 (0-1)

YUGOSLAVIA

Stojanović

Brnović (Milošević 46’), Barbarić, Jozić, Spasić

Stojković, Stanojković, Katanec (c), Šabanadžović

Mihić (Šuker 60’), Tuce

COACH: Ivica Osim

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Batista, Aloísio, André Cruz

Ademir, Geovani (c), Edmar (Bebeto 46’), Mílton

Romário, Careca (Andrade 46’)

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

 

GROUP STAGE

STADIUM: Dongdaemun Undongjang “Dongdaemun Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 22-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 12.800

REFEREE: Michał Listkiewicz (POL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Kosmina 76’)

AUS

Australia

Australia - Nigeria

Nigeria

NIG

1-0 (0-0)

AUSTRALIA

Olver

Yankos, Van Egmond, Dunn (Koczka 69’), Jennings

Davidson, Crino, Wade, Mitchell

Arnold, Kosmina (Ollerenshaw 84’)

COACH: Frank Árok

NIGERIA

Obi

Eguavoen, Adeshina, Uwe, Sadi

Okpala (c), Okwaraji, Iorfa (Odegbami 52’)

Obiku (Ezeugo 80’), Yekini, Siasia

COACH: Manfred Höner

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Mudeung Gyeonggijang “Mudeung Stadium” (Gwangju)

DATE: 25-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.000

REFEREE: Jesús Díaz Palacios (COL)

GOALS: 0-1 (Funkel [p.] 18’); 0-2 (Klinsmann 34’); 0-3 (Klinsmann 43’); 0-4 (Klinsmann 89’)

BOOKED: Pearson Mwanza (67’)

ZAM

Zambia

Zambia - FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG

0-4 (0-3)

ZAMBIA

Chabala

Chabinga, Melu (c), Chomba, Mumba

Musonda, J. Bwalya (Pearson Mwanza 54’), Makinka, K. Bwalya

Chansa, Nyirenda (Msiska 54’)

COACH: Samuel Ndhlovu

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Funkel, Görtz

Wuttke, Grahammer, Fach, Häßler (Janßen 77’)

Klinsmann (c), Riedle (Kleppinger 29’)

COACH: Hannes Löhr

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 25-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.000

REFEREE: Juan Daniel Cardellino (URU)

GOALS: 1-0 (Dobrovol’skij [p.] 50’); 2-0 (Dobrovol’skij [p.] 54’); 3-0 (Mikhajlichenko 62’)

BOOKED: Kuznetsov (82’) / Dunn (67’), Mitchell (RC 68’)

[Incidents: Mitchell was sent off with a straight red card (min. 68).]

USSR

СССР

Soviet Union - Australia

Australia

AUS

3-0 (0-0)

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Cherednik (Fokin 72’)

Narbekovas, Kuznetsov, Mikhajlichenko, Dobrovol’skij

Tatarchuk (Skljarov 68’), Ljutyj

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

AUSTRALIA

Olver

Van Egmond, Jennings, Yankos, Dunn

Wade, Davidson, Crino, Farina

Mitchell, Arnold

COACH: Frank Árok

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Simin Undongjang “Civic Stadium” (Daegu)

DATE: 25-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 11.000

REFEREE: Gérard Biguet (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Virdis 50’); 1-1 (Hellström 84’); 1-2 (Crippa 98’)

BOOKED: Limpar (4’) / Brambati (37’), De Agostini (45’), Evani (58’), Colombo (108’)

[Incidents: Michael Andersson missed a penalty shot (min. 71).]

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - Italy

Italia

ITA

1-2 (0-0;1-1)

SWEDEN

S. Andersson

R. Nilsson, Lönn, Arnberg (c), Ljung

Limpar (Eskilsson 23’), Engqvist, M. Andersson, Thern

Hellström, J. Nilsson (Dahlin 73’)

COACH: Benny Lennartsson

ITALY

Tacconi

Brambati, Tassotti (c), Ferrara, De Agostini

Iachini, Mauro, Crippa, Evani (Colombo 73’)

Virdis, Rizzitelli (Carnevale 80’)

COACH: Francesco Rocca

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Dongdaemun Undongjang “Dongdaemun Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 25-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 21.857

REFEREE: Kurt Röthlisberger (SWI)

GOALS: 1-0 (Geovani 76’)

BOOKED: Luís Carlos Winck (25’), Geovani (83’)

BRA

Brasil

Brazil - Argentina

Argentina

ARG

1-0 (0-0)

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Aloísio, André Cruz, Jorginho

Ademir, Andrade, Geovani (c), Mílton (Careca 65’)

Romário, Bebeto

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

ARGENTINA

Islas (c)

Lucca, Lorenzo, Monzón, Fabbri (Mayor 65’)

Hernán Díaz, Hugo Pérez (Russo 80’), Siviski

Airez, Alfaro Moreno, Comas

COACH: Carlos Pachamé

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Gudeok Gyeonggijang “Gudeok Stadium” (Busan)

DATE: 27-09-1988 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.000

REFEREE: Jamal al-Sharif (SYR)

GOALS: 1-0 (Virdis 50’); 1-1 (Dobrovol’skij 78’); 1-2 (Narbekovas 92’); 1-3 (Mikhajlichenko 106’); 2-3 (Carnevale 118’)

BOOKED: Iachini (42’), Ferrara (94’), Ferrara (96’ > RC), Carnevale (108’) / Cherednik (35’), Gorlukovich (53’), K'et'ashvili (85’), Savichev (102’)

[Incidents: Ferrara was sent off after a second bookable offense (min. 96).]

ITA

Italia

Italy - Soviet Union

СССР

USSR

2-3 (0-0;1-1)

ITALY

Tacconi

Brambati, Carobbi, Tassotti (c), Ferrara

Iachini, Mauro, Crippa, Evani (Desideri 70’)

Virdis, Rizzitelli (Carnevale 88’)

COACH: Francesco Rocca

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Cherednik (Yarovenko 46’)

Narbekovas, Kuznetsov, Mikhajlichenko, Dobrovol’skij

Tatarchuk (Savichev 70’), Ljutyj

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Jamsil Olimpik Jugyeonggijang “Jamsil Olympic Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 27-09-1988 (20:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 65.000

REFEREE: Keith Hackett (GBR)

GOALS: 1-0 (Fach 50’); 1-1 (Romário 79’)

BOOKED: Wuttke (75’) / Bebeto (3’), Geovani (43’), Ademir (67’), Aloísio (118’)

PK: 0-0 (Janßen [saved]); 0-1 (João Paulo) / 0-1 (Klinsmann [out]); 0-2 (Luís Carlos Winck) / 1-2 (Kleppinger); 1-3 (Romário) / 2-3 (Fach); 2-3 (André Cruz [saved]) / 2-3 (Wuttke [saved])

[Incidents: Funkel missed a penalty shot, saved by Taffarel (min. 82).]

FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG - Brazil

Brasil

BRA

1-1 (0-0;1-1) (pk: 2-3)

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Funkel, Görtz (Kleppinger 96’)

Fach, Häßler, Grahammer, Wuttke

Klinsmann (c), Mill (Janßen 106’)

COACH: Hannes Löhr

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Aloísio, André Cruz, Jorginho

Ademir (Mílton 72’), Geovani (c), Andrade

Careca, Bebeto (João Paulo 62’), Romário

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

 

PLACES 3-4

STADIUM: Jamsil Olimpik Jugyeonggijang “Jamsil Olympic Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 30-09-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 61.000

REFEREE: Juan Carlos Loustau (ARG)

GOALS: 0-1 (Klinsmann 5’); 0-2 (Kleppinger 18’); 0-3 (Schreier 68’)

BOOKED: Galia (60’), Crippa (87’) / Schulz (32’)

ITA

Italia

Italy - FRG

Westdeutschland

FRG

0-3 (0-2)

ITALY

Tacconi

Galia, Carobbi, Tassotti (c), Brambati

Crippa, Mauro, Colombo, De Agostini

Virdis (Rizzitelli 58’), Carnevale

COACH: Francesco Rocca

FRG

Kamps

Hörster, Schulz, Funkel, Sievers (Bommer 85’)

Häßler, Kleppinger, Grahammer, Wuttke (Schreier 61’)

Klinsmann (c), Mill

COACH: Hannes Löhr

 

FINAL

STADIUM: Jamsil Olimpik Jugyeonggijang “Jamsil Olympic Stadium” (Seoul)

DATE: 1-10-1988 (19:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 74.000

REFEREE: Gérard Biguet (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Romário 29’); 1-1 (Dobrovol’skij [p.] 60’); 2-1 (Savichev 103’)

BOOKED: K'et'ashvili (42’), Tatarchuk (78’), Gorlukovich (91’), Tatarchuk (110’ > RC) / Careca (42’), Luís Carlos Winck (72’), Edmar (RC 112’), Aloísio (115’)

[Incidents: Tatarchuk (min. 110) and Edmar (min. 112) were both sent off.]

USSR

СССР

Soviet Union - Brazil

Brasil

BRA

2-1 (0-1;1-1)

SOVIET UNION

Kharin

Losev (c), K'et'ashvili, Gorlukovich, Yarovenko

Narbekovas (Savichev 46’), Kuznetsov, Mikhajlichenko, Dobrovol’skij

Tatarchuk, Ljutyj (Skljarov 115’)

COACH: Anatolij Byshovets

BRAZIL

Taffarel

Luís Carlos Winck, Aloísio, André Cruz, Jorginho

Mílton, Andrade, Neto (Edmar 73’)

Careca, Romário, Bebeto (João Paulo 75’)

COACH: Carlos Alberto Silva

GAME SUMMARY

Brazil, after playing the most exciting football of the tournament, lost their second olympic final in a row. The Brazilians, aware that the Soviet team was superior in physical fitness, gave it all during the first 45 minutes, and took the lead after half an hour thanks to Romário. Although the Soviet Union pressed hard during the second half, their monotonous and predictable play didn’t pose a serious threat to Taffarel. However, at the hour mark the French referee Biguet adjudged that a seemingly innocuous challenge of Luís Carlos Winck to Mikhajlichenko in the Brazilian area should be punished with a penalty, and Dobrovol’skij equalized from the spot. The South Americans looked rather shocked after this goal and didn’t have the strenght to impose their rhythm. In the extra-time, with Brazil again on the attack, Mikhajlichenko broke free to assist Savichev, who lobbed the ball over an advanced Taffarel to score the winner.

 

Brazil set the tone during the first half with their dribblings and interpassing skills, while the Soviet Union held on with a disciplined defense waiting for the Brazilians to exhaust their energies. A series of dead ball situations in the Russian goal were readily saved by Kharin and his defenders. As the half progressed, the Brazilian rhythm decreased and the Europeans were able to get more into the game and in fact established a slight edge. In minute 29, however, Brazil took the lead when the tournament's top scorer Romário netted the ball in the far post after a corner kick. Although the game was still open, and both Kharin and Taffarel were instrumental in saving more goals, it looked as if Brazil had the edge they needed to control the remaining time with their game skills.

 

After halftime, Anatolij Byshovets brought on Savichev in place of Narbekovas to add more thrust up front, and the Torpedo Moskva forward almost made an immediate impression when he forced Taffarel to make a fine save. Mikhajlichenko and Kuznetsov established progressive control in midfield, and Brazil’s defense began to come under pressure. For all their domination, however, the Europeans were not able to create clear-cut chances in front of Taffarel, and it looked as if Brazil was closer to make it 2-0 on the counterattack. Then, in minute 60, and rather against the run of play, the Soviet Union was awarded a dubious penalty which Dobrovol’skij converted to make it 1-1. Although the South Americans tried to react, their attacks lacked the patient build-up work that they had before, and the Soviets didn’t have much trouble frustrating them while waiting for an isolate chance on the counterattack. With time running out, Carlos Alberto Silva staked everything on a single card and brought on Edmar and João Paulo instead of Neto and Bebeto. João Paulo in particular posed all sorts of problems for the Soviet defense with his swift moves, and after one of them Romário was brought down in the area in what looked like a penalty, but the referee waved play on. The Europeans defended stoutly until the final whistle (in spite of yet another penalty claim in their area, a few minutes from time).

 

So, for the first time since 1936, an extra-time was required to decide the olympic winner. The pace of the game until then (and also the exhausting semifinals against Italy and West Germany) had taken its toll and the rhythm now slowed down. As a result of the players’ increasing tiredness, the game was marred by constant fouling and a nervous atmosphere on the pitch. The Brazilians still kept their attacking instincts and had a golden chance to score in minute 100 when João Paulo shot on goal from outside the area, but Kharin was ready to save it. Only three minutes later, however, Savichev found himself at the end of a perfect counterattack and lifted the ball beautifully over an advanced Taffarel to make it 2-1. This late goal was a game killer, and the solid Soviet defense—in spite of the expelling of Tatarchuk after a second bookable offense—frustrated the desperate Brazilian attacks to claim their second olimpic gold. Brazil (who whas also reduced to ten men after Edmar was sent off with a straight red card) had a last chance to equalize just before time, but André Cruz’s shot was parried by Kharin and history repeated itself for the South Americans, who left the pitch in tears.

 

 

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