Standard Stats 1990-1991 Sporting CP: UEFA Cup
|Playing Time||Performance||Per 90 Minutes|
|Tomislav Ivković||yu YUG||GK||29||10||10||900||0||0||0||0.00||Matches|
|Jorge Cadete||pt POR||FW||21||10||10||891||6||0||1||0||0.61||0.61||Matches|
|José Leal||pt POR||DF||25||10||10||885||0||0||0||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|Fernando Gomes||pt POR||FW||33||10||10||868||5||1||1||0||0.52||0.41||Matches|
|Oceano da Cruz||pt POR||MF||28||10||10||830||0||0||1||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|Pedro Venâncio||pt POR||DF||26||9||9||803||0||0||2||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|Carlos Xavier||pt POR||MF||27||9||9||763||1||0||2||0||0.12||0.12||Matches|
|William Douglas Menezes||27||9||9||738||2||0||2||0||0.24||0.24||Matches|
|Filipe Ramos||pt POR||MF||20||9||8||728||0||0||3||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|Hamilton de Souza||br BRA||FW||21||7||5||441||1||0||0||0||0.20||0.20||Matches|
|Miguel Alberto Marques||pt POR||DF||27||2||2||180||0||0||0||0.00||Matches|
|Krasimir Balakov||bg BUL||MF||24||2||2||180||0||0||0||0.00||Matches|
|Vlado Bozinovski||au AUS||MF||26||5||1||174||1||0||0||0||0.52||0.52||Matches|
|João Luis Barbosa||28||2||1||137||0||0||0||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|João Luis Carces Esteves||28||3||0||28||0||0||0||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|José António Lima||pt POR||FW||23||1||0||7||0||0||0||0||0.00||0.00||Matches|
|Jorge Amaral Rodrigues||pt POR||MF||20||0||0||0||0||0||Matches|
|João Sergio Pir Louro||24||0||0||0||0||0||Matches|
Scores & Fixtures 1990-1991 Sporting CP: All Competitions
|1990-09-18||UEFA Cup||First round||Tue||Home||W||1||0||be Mechelen||Kenny Hope||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|1990-10-03||UEFA Cup||First round||Wed||Away||D||2||2||be Mechelen||Pietro D'Elia||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Sporting CP won|
|1990-10-24||UEFA Cup||Second round||Wed||Home||W||7||0||ro Politehnica Timișoara||Hans-Peter Dellwing||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|1990-11-07||UEFA Cup||Second round||Wed||Away||L||0||2||ro Politehnica Timișoara||Serge Muhmenthaler||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Sporting CP won|
|1990-11-28||UEFA Cup||Third round||Wed||Away||W||2||0||nl Vitesse||Peter Mikkelsen||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|1990-12-12||UEFA Cup||Third round||Wed||Home||W||2||1||nl Vitesse||George Courtney||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Sporting CP won|
|1991-03-06||UEFA Cup||Quarter-finals||Wed||Away||D||1||1||it Bologna||Rune Larsson||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|1991-03-20||UEFA Cup||Quarter-finals||Wed||Home||W||2||0||it Bologna||Joel Quiniou||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Sporting CP won|
|1991-04-10||UEFA Cup||Semi-finals||Wed||Home||D||0||0||it Internazionale||Zoran Petrovic||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|1991-04-24||UEFA Cup||Semi-finals||Wed||Away||L||0||2||it Internazionale||Gérard Biguet||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Internazionale won|
Goalkeeping 1990-1991 Sporting CP: UEFA Cup
Shooting 1990-1991 Sporting CP: UEFA Cup
Playing Time 1990-1991 Sporting CP: UEFA Cup
Miscellaneous Stats 1990-1991 Sporting CP: UEFA Cup
First round (September 18, 1990 to October 3, 1990)
Second round (October 23, 1990 to November 8, 1990)
Third round (November 28, 1990 to December 12, 1990)
Quarter-finals (March 6, 1991 to March 20, 1991)
Semi-finals (April 10, 1991 to April 24, 1991)
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