Sporting CP vs. Bologna Match Report – Wednesday March 20, 1991 (Leg 2)

UEFA Cup (Quarter-finals), Leg 2 of 2
Aggregate: Sporting CP 3:1 Bologna
Sporting CP won on aggregate score over two legs
(Leg 1: Bologna 1:1 Sporting CP)
Sporting CP
2
3
Bologna
0
1
Manager: Luigi Radice
Wednesday March 20, 1991
UEFA Cup (Quarter-finals), Leg 2 of 2
Sporting CP vs. Bologna Historical Head-to-Head
 
Officials: Joel Quiniou (Referee)
Jorge Cadete · 20’
Fernando Gomes (P) · 80’

Match Summary

Kick Off
 14’
0:0
 — Substitute
 20’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0
 31’
1:0
 — Substitute
 39’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
Half Time
 58’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 67’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 80’
2:0
Penalty Kick
 — Yellow Card
 87’
2:0
 89’
2:0
 — Substitute

Team Stats

Cards

Sporting CP Player Stats

Sporting CP Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Nation Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Jorge Cadetept PORFW22-2059010100
Oceano da Cruzpt PORMF28-2349000000
William Douglas Menezes28-0198700000
   Hamilton de Souzabr BRAFW22-174300000
Fernando Gomespt PORFW34-1189011000
Tomislav Ivkovićyu YUGGK30-2219000000
José Lealpt PORDF25-3629000000
Litospt PORMF24-0738900000
   Jorge Fernandes29-208100000
Luizinhobr BRADF32-1499000000
Filipe Ramospt PORMF20-3339000000
Pedro Venânciopt PORDF27-1199000000
Carlos Xavierpt PORMF28-0639000000
13 Players99021100

Bologna Player Stats

Bologna Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Nation Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Rosario Biondoit ITADF24-2169000000
Pierluigi Di Giàit ITAMF22-3631400000
   Giuseppe Anaclerioit ITAMF17-0537600000
Rufo Emiliano Vergait ITADF,MF21-0899000000
Romano Galvaniit ITAMF28-2079000000
Pietro Marianiit ITA28-2849000100
Paolo Negroit ITADF18-3389000000
Marco Schenardiit ITAMF23-0173100000
   Kubilay Türkyilmazch SUIFW24-0165900000
Martino Traversait ITADF17-0429000100
Roberto Tricellait ITADF32-0029000000
Gianluigi Vallerianiit ITA23-0309000000
Herbert Waasde GERFW27-1939000000
13 Players99000200

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