vendredi 31 mai 2019

Laurent Fournier - Statistiques détaillées en Equipe de France


Laurent FOURNIER - Matchs, Buts et Passes décisives en Equipe de France.
Laurent FOURNIER - Matches, Goals and Assists in National Team.


#Match.__Année__Compétition/Amical__D/E/N__Adversaire__Score_____B--P (Cf indirect, direct, pen., dist.)
#Match.__Year__Competition/Friendly__H/A/N__Opponent__Score_____G--A  (indirect fk, direct, pen., dist.)

  1.__1992__Friendly__H__Brazil__________0-2_____0--0
  2.__1992__WC Qual.__A__Bulgaria________0-2_____0--0
  3.__1992__WC Qual.__H__Austria_________2-0_____0--0

  3 sélections/ 0 but/ 0 passe décisive.
  3 internationals/ 0 goals/ 0 assists.


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Pascal Despeyroux - Statistiques détaillées en Equipe de France


Pascal DESPEYROUX - Matchs, Buts et Passes décisives en Equipe de France.
Pascal DESPEYROUX - Matches, Goals and Assists in National Team.


#Match.__Année__Compétition/Amical__D/E/N__Adversaire__Score_____B--P (Cf indirect, direct, pen., dist.)
#Match.__Year__Competition/Friendly__H/A/N__Opponent__Score_____G--A  (indirect fk, direct, pen., dist.)

  1.__1988__Friendly__A__Israel__________1-1_____0--0
  2.__1988__Friendly__H__Switzerland_____2-1_____0--0
  3.__1988__Friendly__H__Czechoslovakia__1-1_____0--0

  3 sélections/ 0 but/ 0 passe décisive.
  3 internationals/ 0 goals/ 0 assists.


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jeudi 30 mai 2019

Dominique Dropsy - Statistiques détaillées en Equipe de France



Dominique DROPSY - Matchs, Buts et Passes décisives en Equipe de France.
Dominique DROPSY - Matches, Goals and Assists in National Team.


#Match.__Année__Compétition/Amical__D/E/N__Adversaire__Score_____B--P (Cf indirect, direct, pen., dist.)
#Match.__Year__Competition/Friendly__H/A/N__Opponent__Score_____G--A  (indirect fk, direct, pen., dist.)

  1.__1978__WORLD C.__N__Hungary_________3-1_____0--0
  2.__1978__Euro Qu.__A__Luxembourg______3-1_____0--0
  3.__1978__Friendly__H__Spain___________1-0_____0--0
  4.__1979__Euro Qu.__H__Luxembourg______3-0_____0--0
  5.__1979__Euro Qu.__A__Czechoslovakia__0-2_____0--0
  6.__1979__Friendly__A__United States___6-0_____0--0
  7.__1979__Euro Qu.__A__Sweden__________3-1_____0--0
  8.__1979__Friendly__H__United States___3-0_____0--0
  9.__1979__Euro Qu.__H__Czechoslovakia__2-1_____0--0
 10.__1980__Friendly__H__Greece__________5-1_____0--0
 11.__1980__Friendly__H__Netherlands_____0-0_____0--0
 12.__1980__WC Qual.__A__Cyprus__________7-0_____0--0
 13.__1980__WC Qual.__H__Rep. of Ireland_2-0_____0--0
 14.__1980__Friendly__A__West Germany____1-4_____0--0
 15.__1981__WC Qual.__A__Netherlands_____0-1_____0--0
 16.__1981__WC Qual.__H__Belgium_________3-2_____0--0
 17.__1981__Friendly__H__Brazil__________1-3_____0--0

 17 sélections/ 0 buts/ 0 passe décisive.
 17 internationals/ 0 goals/ 0 assists.

Coupe du Monde/ World Cup : 1/ 0/ 0.

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Vidéo : France - Hongrie 1978, Coupe du Monde, dernier match de poules.
Video : France against Hungary 1978, World Cup, last group stage match.




Philippe Bergeroo - Statistiques détaillées en Equipe de France


Philippe BERGEROO - Matchs, Buts et Passes décisives en Equipe de France.
Philippe BERGEROO - Matches, Goals and Assists in National Team.


#Match.__Année__Compétition/Amical__D/E/N__Adversaire__Score_____B--P (Cf indirect, direct, pen., dist.)
#Match.__Year__Competition/Friendly__H/A/N__Opponent__Score_____G--A  (indirect fk, direct, pen., dist.)

  1.__1979__Friendly__H__United States___3-0_____0--0
  2.__1980__Friendly__A__Soviet Union____0-1_____0--0
  3.__1984__Friendly__H__Austria_________1-0_____0--0

  3 sélections/ 0 but/ 0 passe décisive.
  3 internationals/ 0 goals/ 0 assists.


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Match amical pre-Euro 84, France-Autriche : Bergeroo remplace Bats à l'heure de jeu. Ce sera la dernière des trois sélections de Bergeroo. Il sera du groupe champion d'Europe sans jouer, tout comme Rust.

Pre-Euro '84 friendly France against Austria : Bergeroo comes in around the 60th minute (63th) instead of Bats. It would be Bergeroo's last cap. He'd be of the European champion squad but without any playing minutes, like Rust.






France - Autriche 1984


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dimanche 26 mai 2019

Portugal national team's top scorer by year



Portugal national team's top scorer by year :

1921 : Alberto Augusto (Benfica), 1 goal.
1922 : Jaime Gonçalves (Benfica), 1 goal.
1923 : no goals scored (one match played).
1924 : no games played.
1925 : Joao Francisco (Sporting CP), 1 goal.
1926 : Joao dos Santos (Vitoria Setubal), 3 goals.
1927 : José Martins (Sporting) & Pepe (Belenenses), 2 goals.
1928 : Vitor Silva (Benfica) & Valdemar Mota (Porto), 4 goals.
1929 : Vitor Silva (Benfica), 1 goal.
1930 : Pepe (Belenenses), 3 goals.
1931 : Vitor Silva (Benfica), Pinga (Porto) & Amando Martins (Vit. Setubal), 1 goal.
1932 : Pinga (Porto), Valadas (Sporting) & Soeiro (Luso), 1 goal.
1933 : Pinga (Porto), 1 goal.
1934 : Vitor Silva (Benfica), 1 goal.
1935 : Pinga (Porto), 2 goals. Soeiro (Sporting), 1.
1936 : Vitor Silva (Benfica), Soeiro (Sporting) & Nunes (Porto), 1 goal.
1937 : Pinga (Porto) &Valadas (Benfica), 1 goal.
1938 : Pinga (Porto) & Joao Cruz (Sporting), 2 goals.
1939 : Soeiro & Joao Cruz (Sporting), 1 goal.
1940 : Fernando Peyroteo (Sporting), 2 goals.
1941 : Pinga (Porto), Fernando Peyroteo (Sporting) & Carlos Pereira (Porto), 1 goal.
1942 : Mourao (Sporting), 2 goals.
1945 : Fernando Peyroteo (Sporting), 4 goals. All 4 goals of Portugal this year.
1946 : Fernando Peyroteo (Sporting), 3 goals.
1947 : Araujo (Porto), 4 goals.
1948 : Fernando Peyroteo & Albano (Sporting), 1 goal.
1949 : Peyroteo & Vasques (Sporting), Lourenço & J. Mota (Estoril), Patalino (Elvas), 1 goal.
1950 : José Travassos (Sporting) & Ben David (Atlético CP), 2 goals.
1951 : Ben David (Atlético CP), 2 goals.
1952 : José Travassos & Vasques (Sporting), 1 goal.
1953 : José Aguas (Benfica), 2 goals.
1954 : José Travassos (Sporting), 1 goal.
1955 : José Aguas (Benfica), 6 goals. Matateu (Belenenses), 3.
1956 : Vasques (Sporting) & Palmeiro (Benfica), 3 goals.
1957 : Vasques (Sporting) & Matateu (Belenenses), 2 goals.
1958 : Carlos Duarte (Porto), 1 goal.
1959 : Matateu (Belenenses), 5 goals. Cavem & Coluna (Benfica), 3.
1960 : Cavem (Benfica), 2 goals.
1961 : Yauca (Belenenses), 4 goals. J. Aguas, 2.
1962 : Mario Coluna, Eusebio (Benfica) & Hernani (Porto), 2 goals.
1963 : José Augusto de Almeida (Benfica), 1 goal. "José Augusto".
1964 : Eusebio (Benfica), 4 goals. José Augusto Torres (Benfica), 3. "José Torres".
1965 : Eusebio (Benfica), 7 goals.
1966 : Eusebio (Benfica), 12 goals. José Torres, 10.
1967 : Eusebio (Benfica), 3 goals.
1968 : Jacinto Santos (Benfica), 2 goals.
1969 : Eusebio (Benfica) & Peres (Ac. Coimbra), 1 goal.
1970 : Jacinto Joao (Vit. Setubal), 1 goal.
1971 : Eusebio (Benfica), Vitor Baptista (Vit. Setubal) & Rui Rodrigues (Ac. Coimbra then Benfica), 2 goals.
1972 : Dinis (Sporting), 5 goals. Eusebio, 4. Nené (Benfica), 3.
1973 : Eusebio (Benfica), 3 goals.
1974 : no goals scored (in three games incl. 2 times 0-0 against England).
1975 : Nené (Benfica), 3 goals.
1976 : Nené (Benfica), 3 goals.
1977 : Manuel Fernandes (Sporting), 3 goals.
1978 : Alberto Fonseca (Benfica), 2 goals.
1979 : Nené (Benfica), 3 goals.
1980 : Jordao (Sporting), 3 goals. Humberto Coelho (Benfica), 2.
1981 : Antonio Oliveira (Penafiel then Sporting), 3 goals. Nené & M. Fernandes, 2.
1982 : Nené (Benfica), 4 goals. A. Oliveira, 3.
1983 : Jordao (Sporting) & Carlos Manuel (Benfica), 2 goals.
1984 : Jordao (Sporting), 5 goals.
1985 : Fernando Gomes (Porto), 4 goals. C. Manuel, 3.
1986 : Fernando Gomes (Porto) & Diamantino (Benfica), 2 goals.
1987 : Jorge Placido (Chaves), 2 goals.
1988 : Fernando Gomes (Porto), 1 goal.
1989 : Rui Aguas (Porto), 4 goals. Frederico Rosa (Boavista) & Paneira (Benfica), 3.
1990 : Rui Aguas (Benfica), 2 goals.
1991 : Rui Aguas (Benfica) & Paulo Futre (Atl. Madrid), 2 goals.
1992 : Oceano (Real Socieda), 2 goals.
1993 : Jorge Cadete (Sporting), 3 goals. Plus 6 players with 2 goals.
1994 : Joao Pinto II (Benfica) & Domingos (Porto), 3 goals. Plus 3 players with 2 goals.
1995 : Paulo Alves (M. Funchal then Sporting), 5 goals.
1996 : Fernando Couto (Parma then Barcelona), 3 goals. Plus 4 players with 2 goals.
1997 : Pedro Barbosa (Sporting) & Luis Figo (Barcelona), 2 goals.
1998 : Rui Costa (Fiorentina), 3 goals. Joao Pinto II (Benfica) & Sa Pinto (Sociedad), 2.
1999 : Joao Pinto II (Benfica), 7 goals. Rui Costa, 6. Luis Figo, 4.
2000 : Luis Figo (Barcelona then Real Madrid), 6 goals. Sergio Conceiçao (Lazio then Parma), 5.
2001 : Luis Figo (Real Madrid) & Nuno Gomes (Fiorentina), 9 goals. Pauleta (Bordeaux), 7.
2002 : Pauleta (Bordeaux), 7 goals.
2003 : Pauleta (Bordeaux then Paris Saint-Germain), 8 goals.
2004 : Pauleta (Paris SG), 9 goals. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), 7.
2005 : Pauleta (Paris SG), 7 goals.
2006 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), 6 goals. Simao (Benffica), 5. Pauleta, 4.
2007 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), 5 goals.
2008 : Simao (Atl. Madrid), 4 goals. Nani (Manchester Utd), 3.
2009 : Simao (Atl. Madrid), Hugo Almeida (Werder) & Bruno Alves (Porto), 3 goals.
2010 : Hugo Almeida (Werder), 6 goals. Raul Meireles (Porto then Liveprool), 5.
2011 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 7 goals. Helder Postiga (Sporting then Zaragoza), 5.
2012 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 5 goals. Helder Postiga (Zaragoza), 4.
2013 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 9 goals. Helder Postiga (Zaragoza then Valencia), 4.
2014 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 5 goals.
2015 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 3 goals. Nani (Fener) & J. Moutinho (Monaco), 2.
2016 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 13 goals. Nani (Fener then Valencia), 6.
2017 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 11 goals. Andre Silva (Porto then Milan), 7.
2018 : Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 6 goals. Andre Silva (Milan then Sevilla), 4.

Details for the records of matches goals of Eusébio, Cristiano Ronaldo, Peyroteo and Pauleta on Eu-football.info.

Scotland national team's top scorer by year

Kenny Dalglish & Denis Law are joint-leading goalscorer for Scotland with 30 goals scored

Scotland national team's top scorer by year :

1872 : no scorers (0-0 with England)
1873 : William Gibb (Clydesdale) & Henry Renny-Tailyour (Royal Engineers), 1 goal.
1874 : Frederick Anderson (Clydesdale) & Angus McKinnon (Queen's Park), 1 goal.
1875 : Peter Andrews (Eastern) & Henry McNeill (Queen's Park), 1 goal.
1876 : Henry McNeill & Billy McKinnon (Queen's Park), 2 goals.
1877 : John Ferguson (Vale of Leven), 2 goals.
1878 : John McDougall (Vale of Leven), 3 goals.
1879 : John Smith (Edinburgh University), 3 goals.
1880 : George Ker (Queen's Park), 3 goals.
1881 : George Ker (Queen's Park), 4 goals.
1882 : George Ker (Queen's Park), 3 goals.
1883 : John Smith (Queen's Park), 3 goals.
1884 : James Gossland (Rangers), John Kay & William Harrower (Queen's Park), 2 goals.
1885 : Joe Lindsay (Dumabrton) & Alexander Higgins (Kilmarnock), 4 goals.
1886 : Charles Heggie (Rangers), 4 goals.
1887 : 9 players with 1 goal scored.
1888 : William Dickson (Dundee Strathmore), 4 goals.
1889 : Willie Groves (Celtic), 3 goals.
1890 : William Paul (Partick Thistle), 4 goals.
1891 : Bob Boyd (Mossend Swifts), 2 goals.
1892 : John McPherson (Rangers) & James Hamilton (Queen's Park), 2 goals.
1893 : John Madden (Celtic) & William Sellar (Battlefield FC), 4 goals.
1894 : 4 players with 1 goal scored.
1895 : Johnny Walker (Hearth of Midlothian), 2 goals.
1896 : Robert McColl (Queen's Park) & Bobby Neill (Hibernian), 2 goals.
1897 : John McPherson (Rangers), 2 goals.
1898 : James Gillespie (Third Lanark), 3 goals.
1899 : Robert McColl (Queen's Park), 6 goals. John Campbell (Rangers), 4.
1900 : Robert McColl (Queen's Park), 3 goals. Plus 4 players with 2 goals scored.
1901 : Robert Hamilton (Rangers), 5 goals. Sandy McMahon (Celtic), 4 goals.
1902 : Robert Hamilton (Rangers), 3 goals.
1903 : Finlay Speedie (Rangers), 2 goals.
1904 : Robert Walker (Heart) & Robert Hamilton (Rangers), 1 goal.
1905 : Charles Thompson (Heart of Midlothian), 2 goals.
1906 : Jimmy Howie (Newcastle), 2 goals.
1907 : Robert Walker, Charles Thompson (Heart) & Frank O'Rourke (Airdrieonians), 1 goal.
1908 : James Quinn (Celtic), 4 goals.
1909 : Paul Harold (Queen's Park) & Jimmy McMenemy (Celtic), 2 goals.
1910 : James Quinn, Jimmy McMenemy (Celtic) & Andrew Devine (Falkirk), 1 goal.
1911 : Robert Hamilton (Dundee FC), 2 goals.
1912 : Walker Aitkenhead (Blackburn), 2 goals.
1913 : William Reid & Alexander Benett (Rangers), 1 goal.
1914 : Charles Thompson (Sunderland), Jimmy McMenemy (Celtic), Joe Donnachie (Oldham) & William Reid (Rangers), 1 goal.
1920 : Andy Wilson (Dunfermline) & Thomas Miller (Liverpool), 2 goals.
1921 : Andy Wilson (Dunfermline), 4 goals.
1922 : Andy Wilson (Middlesbrough), 3 goals.
1923 : Andy Wilson (Middlesbrough), 4 goals.
1924 : Andrew Cunningham (Rangers) & David Morris (Raith Rovers), 1 goal.
1925 : Hughie Gallacher (Airdrieonians), 5 goals.
1926 : Hughie Gallacher (Newcastle), 4 goals. Alec Jackson (Huddersfield), 3.
1927 : Alan Morton (Rangers), 3 goals.
1928 : Hughie Gallacher (Newcastle) & Alec Jackson (Huddersfield), 3 goals. Alec James (Preston), 2.
1929 : Alexander Cheyne (Aberdeen), 4 goals.
1930 : Hughie Gallacher (Newcastle), 4 goals.
1931 : James McGrory (Celtic), 3 goals. Bob McPhail (Rangers), Georges Stevensson (Motherwell), 2.
1932 : Neil Dewar (Third Lanark), 4 goals.
1933 : James McGrory (Celtic) & Willie Macfadyen (Motherwell), 2 goals.
1934 : Charlie Napier (Celtic), 2 goals.
1935 : Dally Duncan (Derby), 4 goals.
1936 : Jimmy Delaney (Celtic) & Tommy Walker (Heart), 2 goals.
1937 : Bob McPhail (Rangers), 3 goals.
1938 : Tommy Walker (Heart of Midlothian), 6 goals.
1939 : James Dougall (Preston), 1 goal.
1946 : Jimmy Delaney (Celtic then Manchester Utd), 3 goals.
1947 : Andrew McLaren (Preston), 4 goals.
1948 : Willie Waddell (Rangers) & Billy Houliston (Queen of the South), 2 goals.
1949 : Billy Steel (Derby), 4 goals.
1950 : Billy Steel (Dundee FC), 4 goals, all against Northern Ireland. Allan Brown (East Fife), 3.
1951 : George Hamilton (Aberdeen), Bobby Johnstone & Lawrie Reilly (Hibernian), 3 goals.
1952 : Lawrie Reilly (Hibernian), 6 goals.
1953 : Lawrie Reilly (Hibernian), 3 goals.
1954 : Bobby Johnstone (Hibernian), 3 goals.
1955 : Lawrie Reilly (Hibernian), 4 goals.
1956 : 7 players with 1 goal.
1957 : John Mudie (Blackpool), 6 goals.
1958 : Bobby Collins (Celtic then Everton), 5 goals.
1959 : Graham Legatt (Fulham), 4 goals.
1960 : Alexander Young (Heart of Midlothian), 3 goals.
1961 : Ian St. John (Liverpool) & Ralph Brand (Rangers), 5 goals.
1962 : Denis Law (Torino then Manchester Utd), 5 goals.
1963 : Denis Law (Manchester Utd), 11 goals.
1964 : Alan Gilzean (Dundee FC), 4 goals.
1965 : John Greig (Rangers), 3 goals.
1966 : Denis Law (Manchester Utd) & Jimmy Johnstone (Celtic), 2 goals.
1967 : Alan Gilzean (Tottenham), 2 goals.
1968 : Alan Gilzean (Tottenham) & Colin Stein (Rangers), 2 goals.
1969 : Colin Stein (Rangers), 8 goals.
1970 : John O'Hare (Derby), 2 goals.
1971 : John O'Hare (Derby), 2 goals.
1972 : Peter Lorimer (Leeds) & Lou Macari (Celtic), 2 goals.
1973 : George Graham & Jim Holton (Manchester Utd), 2 goals.
1974 : Kenny Dalglish (Celtic), 4 goals. Joe Jordan (Leeds), 3.
1975 : Bruce Rioch (Derby), 4 goals. Ted MacDougall (Norwich), 3.
1976 : Kenny Dalglish (Celtic) & Doug Masson (Queens Park), 3 goals.
1977 : Kenny Dalglish (Celtic then Liverpool), 7 goals.
1978 : Kenny Dalglish (Liverpool), 3 goals.
1979 : John Robertson (Nottingham Forest) & Arthur Graham (Leeds), 2 goals.
1980 : Steve Archibald (Aberdeen),
1981 : John Robertson (Nottingham Forest), 4 goals.
1982 : Kenny Dalglish (Liverpool) & John Wark (Ipswich), 4 goals.
1983 : Charlie Nicholas (Celtic then Arsenal) & Andy Gray (Wolverhampton), 3 goals.
1984 : Mo Johnston (Watford then Celtic), 4 goals.
1985 : Davie Cooper (Rangers), 2 goals.
1986 : Davie Cooper (Rangers) & Gordon Strachan (Manchester Utd), 2 goals.
1987 : Ally McCoist (Rangers), 3 goals.
1988 : Mo Johnston (Nantes), 3 goals.
1989 : Mo Johnston (Nantes), 4 goals.
1990 : Ally McCoist (Rangers), 3 goals in 10 m. Mo Johnston (Rgs), 2 in 6.
1991 : Gordon Durie (Chelsea then Tottenham), 3 goals. McCoist, 2.
1992 : Ally McCoist (Rangers) & Gary McAllister (Leeds), 3 goals. Paul McStay (Celtic), 2.
1993 : Pat Nevin (Tranmere), 3 goals. J. Collins (Celtic), K. Gallacher (Blackburn), McCoist, 2.
1994 : John Collins (Celtic), 3 goals.
1995 : Ally McCoist (Rangers) & Scott Booth (Aberdeen), 2 goals.
1996 : Ally McCoist (Rangers), 2 goals.
1997 : Kevin Gallacher (Blackburn), 7 goals.
1998 : Craig Burley (Celtic) & Billy Dodds (Dundee FC), 3 goals. J. Collins (Monaco), 2.
1999 : Don Hutchinson (Everton), 4 goals.
2000 : Don Hutchinson (Everton then Sunderland), 2 goals.
2001 : Billy Dodds (Rangers), 3 goals.
2002 : Christian Dailly (West Ham), 3 goals.
2003 : James McFadden (Everton), Neil McCann (Southampton) & Kenny Miller (Wolverhampton), 2 goals.
2004 : James McFadden (Everton), 3 goals.
2005 : Kenny Miller (Wolverhampton), 4 goals.
2006 : Kris Boyd (Rangers), 4 goals. K. Miller (Wolves then Celtic), 3.
2007 : James McFadden (Everton) & Kris Boyd (Rangers), 3 goals.
2008 : 4 players with 1 goal scored.
2009 : 4 players with 1 goal scored.
2010 : 6 players with 1 goal scored.
2011 : Kenny Miller (Bursaspor then Cardiff), 4 goals.
2012 : Jordan Rhodes (Huddersfield), 3 goals.
2013 : Robert Snodgrass (Norwich), 2 goals.
2014 : Shaun Maloney (Wigan), 2 goals.
2015 : Steven Fletcher (Sunderland), 7 goals. S. Maloney (Chicago then Hull), 4.
2016 : Robert Snodgrass (Hull), 3 goals.
2017 : Leigh Griffiths (Celtic), 4 goals.
2018 : James Forrest (Celtic), 5 goals.

Here are the details of the caps and goals for Dalglish & Law on Eu-football.info

Don Givens - Detailed Stats in European Cups

Don Givens - Queens Park Rangers)

Donald Joseph "Don" Givens - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-8 with Queens Park Rangers FC. Matches 9-29 with Neuchâtel Xamax FC. 



UEFA Cup 1976-1977
 1.  SK Brann                (H, T, 90)         4-0
 2.  SK Brann                (A, T, 90)         7-0         2 goals (35, 70/ 2, 4)
 3.  Slovan Bratislava       (A, T, 90)         3-3         1 goal  (29/ 2-1)
 4.  Slovan Bratislava       (H, T, 90)         5-2       3 goals (20, 33, 52p/ 1, 2, 4-0)
 5.  1. FC Köln              (H, T, 90)         3-0         1 goal  (39/ 1-0)
 6.  1. FC Köln              (A, T, 90)         1-4
 7.  AEK                     (H, T, 90)         3-0
 8.  AEK                     (A, T, 120)        0-3 6-7

UEFA Cup 1981-1982
 9.  Sparta Praha            (H, T, 73)         4-0
10.  Sparta Praha            (A, T, 77)         2-3        
11.  Malmö FF                (A, T, 90)         1-0
12.  Malmö FF                (H, T, 90)         1-0
13.  Sporting CP             (A, T, 85)         0-0
14.  Sporting CP             (H, T, 90)         1-0
15.  Hamburger SV            (A, T, 87)         2-3          1 goal  (37/ 1-1)
16.  Hamburger SV            (H, T, 90)         0-0

UEFA Cup 1984-1985
17.  Olympiakos              (A, T, 90)         0-1
18.  Olympiakos              (H, T, 90)         2-2

UEFA Cup 1985-1986
19.  Sportul Studentesc      (H, T, 65)         3-0
20.  Sportul Studentesc      (A, T, 90)         4-4          1 goal  (50/ 3-4)
21.  Lokomotiv Sofia         (A, T, 90)         1-1
22.  Lokomotiv Sofia         (H, T, 90)         0-0
23.  Dundee United           (A, T, 90)         1-2
24.  Dundee United           (H, T, 120)        3-1 a.e.t
25.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 90)         0-3

UEFA Cup 1986-1987
26.  Lyngby BK               (H, T, 90)         2-0
27.  Lyngby BK               (A, T, 90)         3-1
28.  FC Groningen            (A, T, 90)         0-0
29.  FC Groningen            (H, T, 90)         1-1


Results by season:
1976-1977: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup by AEK. Scored his pk.
1981-1982: eliminated in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup by Hamburg SV.
1984-1985: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by Olympiakos.
1985-1986: eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup by Real Madrid.
1986-1987: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Groningen.

Individual stats:
29 matches/ 9 goals in UEFA Cup.

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Don Givens against Slovan Bratislava at Loftus Road

VIDEOS
Queens Park Rangers vs Slovan Bratislava 1976.



Hamburg SV vs Neuchâtel Xamax 1982, Don Givens vs Franz Beckenbauer.

Oliver Neuville - Detailed stats in European cups

Neuville - Leverkusen

Oliver Neuville - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-5 with FC Servette Genève. Matches 6-13 with CD Tenerife. Matches 14-55 with TSV Leverkusen.


UEFA Cup 1993-1994
 1.  Crusaders FC            (A, T, 90)         0-0
 2.  Crusaders FC            (H, T, 52)         4-0
 3.  Girondins de Bordeaux   (H, S, 46)         0-1

Champions League Qual. 1994-1995
 4.  Steaua Bucuresti        (A, T, 90)         1-4
 5.  Steaua Bucuresti        (H, T, 90)         1-1

UEFA Cup 1996-1997
 6.  Maccabi Tel-Aviv        (H, T, 90)         3-2
 7.  Maccabi Tel-Aviv        (A, S, 65)         1-1
 8.  Lazio                   (A, T, 40)         0-1
 9.  Lazio                   (H, S, 65)         5-3
10.  Feyenoord               (H, S, 67)         0-0
11.  Brøndby IF              (A, T, 86)         2-0 a.e.t
12.  FC Schalke              (H, S, 86)         1-0
13.  FC Schalke              (A, S, 73)         0-3 a.e.t

Champions League 1999-2000
14.  Lazio                   (H, T, 74)         1-1         1 goal  (14/ 1-0)
15.  Maribor Teatanic        (A, T, 82)         2-0
16.  Dynamo Kiev             (H, T, 46)         1-1
17.  Dynamo Kiev             (A, T, 90)         2-4         1 goal  (49/ 2-2)
18.  Lazio                   (A, T, 90)         1-1
19.  Maribor Teatanic        (H, T, 90)         0-0
UEFA Cup 1999-2000
20.  Udinese Calcio          (H, S, 46)         1-2

Champions League 2000-2001
21.  Spartak Moskva          (A, T, 90)         0-2
22.  Sporting CP             (H, T, 90)         3-2         1 goal  (77/ 3-1)      
23.  Real Madrid CF          (H, T, 90)         2-3
24.  Real Madrid CF          (A, T, 70)         3-5
25.  Spartak Moskva          (H, T, 90)         1-0
26.  Sporting CP             (A, S, 71)         0-0
UEFA Cup 2000-2001
27.  AEK                     (H, T, 90)         4-4
28.  AEK                     (A, T, 90)         0-2

Champions League Qual. 2001-2002
29.  Crvena Zvezda           (A, T, 90)         0-0
30.  Crvena Zvezda           (H, T, 90)         3-0         2 goals (13, 59/ 1, 3)
Champions League 2001-2002
31.  Olympique Lyonnais      (A, T, 85)         1-0
32   FC Barcelona            (H, T, 90)         2-1         1 goal  (69/ 2-1)
33.  Fenerbahçe SK           (H, T, 68)         2-1
34.  FC Barcelona            (A, T, 90)         1-2
35.  Fenerbahçe SK           (A, T, 83)         2-1
36.  FC Juventus             (A, T, 90)         0-4
37.  Deportivo La Coruña     (H, T, 86)         3-0         1 goal  (67/ 2-0)
38.  Arsenal FC              (H, T, 90)         1-1
39.  Arsenal FC              (A, T, 90)         1-4
40.  Deportivo La Coruña     (A, S, 64)         3-1         1 goal  (86/ 3-1)
41.  Liverpool FC            (A, T, 74)         0-1
42.  Liverpool FC            (H, S, 46)         4-2
43.  Manchester United       (A, S, 72)         2-2         1 goal  (75/ 2-2)
44.  Manchester United       (H, T, 85)         1-1         1 goal  (45/ 1-1)
45.  Real Madrid CF          (N, T, 90)         1-2

Champions League 2002-2003
46.  Olympiakos              (A, T, 90)         2-6
47.  Manchester United       (H, T, 22)         1-2
48.  Maccabi Haïfa           (A, T, 90)         2-0
49.  Maccabi Haïfa           (H, S, 46)         2-1
50.  Olympiakos              (H, T, 62)         2-0
51.  FC Barcelona            (H, S, 55)         1-2
52.  FC Internazionale       (A, T, 90)         2-3
53.  Newcastle United        (H, T, 90)         1-3
54.  Newcastle United        (A, T, 61)         1-3
55.  FC Internazionale       (H, S, 46)         0-2



Results by season:
1993-1994: eliminated in the 2nd Round of the UEFA Cup by Girondins de BordeauX.
1994-1995: eliminated in the Champions League's Preliminary by Steaua Bucharest.
1996-1997: eliminated in the Semi-finals of the UEFA Cup by Schalke. Schalke beat Inter Milan in the Final (pso).
1999-2000: 3rd of the Group A in the CL's First Group Stage then immediately eliminated in the UEFA Cup by udinese (3rd Round).
2000-2001: 3rd of the Group A in the CL's First Group Stage then immediately eliminated in the UEFA Cup by AEK (3rd Round).
2001-2002: beaten in the Champions League Final by Real Madrid.
2002-2003: last of Group A in the Champions League's second Group Stage.

Best results and stats:
Runner-up of the Champions Cup in 2002.
Runner-up of the UEFA Cup in 1997.
37 matches/ 8 goals in Champions League (+ 4/ 2 in CL Qual.). 14 matches/ 0 goals in UEFA Cup.
2 goals in Champions League Semi-finals (1 away then 1 home against Manchester Utd in 2002).

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VIDEOS : Leverkusen vs Manchester United, Champions League Semi-finals 2001-2002

1st leg at Old Trafford



2nd leg at Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion or BayArena



Alan Sunderland - Detailed stats in European Cups

Alan Sunderland - Arsenal

Alan Sunderland - Matches and goals in European Cups.

Matches 1-9 with Woverhampton FC. Matches 10-23 with Arsenal FC.



UEFA Cup 1971-1972
 1.  Académica de Coimbra    (H, T, 90)         3-0
 2.  FC Carl Zeiss Jena      (H, S, 70)         3-0
 3.  FC Juventus             (A, S, 79)         1-1
 4.  Ferencvarosi TC         (H, T, 90)         2-1

UEFA Cup 1973-1974
 5.  Os Belenenses           (H, T, 90)         2-1
 6.  1. FC Lok Leipzig       (A, T, 74)         0-3
 7.  1. FC Lok Leipzig       (H, T, 68)         4-1

UEFA Cup 1974-1975
 8.  FC Porto                (A, T, 90)         1-4
 9.  FC Porto                (H, T, 90)         3-1

UEFA Cup 1978-1979
10.  1. FC Lokomotiv Leipzig (H, T, 90)         3-0         1 goal  (80/ 3-0)
11.  1. FC Lokomotiv Leipzig (A, T, 90)         4-1         1 goal  (51/ 2-0)
12.  Crvena Zvezda           (A, T, 90)         0-1
13.  Crvena Zvezda           (H, T, 90)         1-1         1 goal  (69/ 1-0)

Cup Winners Cup 1979-1980
14.  Fenerbahçe SK           (H, T, 90)         2-0         1 goal  (30/ 1-0)
15.  Fenerbahçe SK           (A, T, 90)         0-0
16.  1. FC Magdeburg         (H, T, 90)         2-1         1 goal  (60/ 2-1)
17.  IFK Göteborg            (H, T, 48)         5-1         2 goals (31, 43/ 1-1, 3-1)
18.  FC Juventus             (H, T, 90)         1-1
19.  FC Juventus             (A, T, 90)         1-0
20.  Valencia CF             (N, T, 120)        0-0 4-5

UEFA Cup 1981-1982
21.  Panathinaikos           (H, T, 90)         1-0
22.  KFC Winterslag          (A, T, 90)         0-1

UEFA Cup 1982-1983
23.  Spartak Moskva          (H, S, 46)         2-5


Results by season:
1971-1972: Wolves are beaten by Tottenham in the UEFA Cup Final. Alan Sunderland made his last app. in the semi-finals.
1973-1974: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Lokomotive Leipzig.
1974-1975: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by FC Porto.
1978-1979: eliminated in the Round of 16/ 3rd R. of the UEFA Cup by Crvena Zvezda (without Brady). Sunderland did not play in the 2nd round (Hajduk).
1979-1980: beaten in the Cup Winners Cup Final by Valencia in a penalty shootout. Sunderland scored his pk.
1981-1982: eliminated in the Second Round of the UEFA Cup by Winterslag.
1982-1983: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by Spartak Moskva

Best results and stats:
Runner-up of the Cup winners Cup in 1980.
(did not play the 1972 UEFA Cup Final lost by his club, Wolves, to Tottenham. Last app. in the semi-finals).
7 matches/ 4 goals in Cup Winners Cup. 16 matches/ 3 goals in UEFA Cup.

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Complete European Cups Palmares with colours for each country (all last-fours)

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samedi 18 mai 2019

German Clubs in the European Last-four

German clubs in the European last-four.

East Germany

1962 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Carl Zeis Jena.
1972 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Dynamo Berlin.
1974 : Winner of the E2, Magdeburg FC + Semi-finalist of the E3, Lok. Leipzig
1976 : Semi-finalist of the E2, BSC S. Zwickau.
1981 : Runner-up of the E2, Carl Zeis Jena.
1987 : Runner-up of the E2, Lokomotive Leipzig.
1989 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Dynamo Dresden.

West Germany & Germany :

1956 : ø.
1957 : ø.
1958 : ø.
1959 : ø.
1960 : Runner-up of the E1, Eintracht Frankfurt.
1961 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Hamburg
1962 : ø.
1963 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Nurenberg.
1964 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Dortmund + Semi-finalist of the E3, Köln.
1965 : Runner-up of the E2, München 1860
1966 : Winner of the E2, Dormtund.
1967 : Winner of the E2, Bayern München + Semi-finalist of the E3, E. Frankfurt.
1968 : Runner-up of the E2, Hamburg + Semi-finalist of the E2, Bayern.
1969 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Köln.
1970 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Schalke.
1971 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Köln.
1972 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Bayern.
1973 : Runner-up of the E3, M'gladbach.
1974 : Winner of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E2, M'gladbach + Semi-finalist of the E3, VfB Stuttgart.
1975 : Winner of the E1, Bayern + Winner of the E3, M'gladbach + Semi-finalist of the E3, Köln.
1976 : Winner of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E2, E. Frankfurt + Semi-finalist of the E3, Hamburg.
1977 : Runner-up of the E1, M'gladbach + Winner of the E2, Hamburg.
1978 : Semi-finalist of the E1, M'gladbach.
1979 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Köln + Runner-up of the E2, F. Düsseldorf + Winner of the E3, M'gladbach + Semi-finalists of the E3, Duisburg and H. Berlin.
1980 : Runner-up of the E1, Hamburg + Winner of the E3, E. Frankfurt + Runner-up of the E3, M'gladbach + Semi-finalists of the E3, Bayern and VfB Stuttgart.
1981 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E3, Köln.
1982 : Runner-up of the E1, Bayern + Runner-up of the E3, Hamburg + Semi-finalist of the E3, K'lautern.
1983 : Winner of the E1, Hamburg.
1984 : ø.
1985 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Bayern.
1986 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Uerdingen + Runner-up of the E3, Köln.
1987 : Runner-up of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E3, M'gladbach.
1988 : Winenr of the E3, Leverkusen + Semi-finalist of the E3, Werder Bremen.
1989 : Runner-up of the E3, VfB Stuttgart + Semi-finalist of the E3, Bayern.
1990 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalists of the E3, Köln and W. Bremen.
1991 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
1992 : Winner of the E2, W. Bremen.
1993 : Runner-up of the E3, Dortmund.
1994 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Karlsruhe.
1995 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalists of the E3, Leverkusen and Dortmund.
1996 : Winner of the E3, Bayern.
1997 : Winner of the E1, Dortmund + Winner of the E3, Schalke.
1998 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Dortmund + Runner-up of the E2, VfB Stuttgart.
1999 : Runner-up of the E1, Bayern.
2000 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
2001 : Winner of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E3, K'lautern.
2002 : Runner-up of the E1, Leverkusen + Runner-up of the E3, Dortmund.
2003 : ø.
2004 : ø.
2005 : ø.
2006 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Schalke.
2007 : Semi-finalist of the E3, W. Bremen.
2008 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Bayern.
2009 : Runner-up of the E3, W. Bremen + Semi-finalist of the E3, Hamburg.
2010 : Runner-up of the E1, Bayern + Semi-finalist of the E3, Hamburg.
2011 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Schalke.
2012 : Runner-up of the E1, Bayern.
2013 : Winner of the E1, Bayern + Runner-up of the E1, Dortmund.
2014 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
2015 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
2016 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
2017 : ø.
2018 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Bayern.
2019 : Semi-finalist of the E3, E. Frankfurt.


Magdeburg have reached an European last-four only once but it has been for the final win in the Cup Winners Cup, against the title holders Milan (1974). They are the only East German club to have ever won an European Cup.

jeudi 16 mai 2019

Italian Clubs in the European Cups Last-four

1958 : Milan took the lead two times and could have deprived Real of a third consecutive European Cup but the Spaniards have come out on top once again and will win two more in 1959 and 1960. Milan, without Schiaffino (in the background) but with his heir Rivera would  finally prevail in 1963, against the double champion Benfica.


Italian clubs in the European Cups last-four

1956 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Milan.
1957 : Runner-up of the E1, Fiorentina.
1958 : Runner-up of the E1, Milan.
1959 : ø.
1960 : ø.
1961 : Winner of the E2, Fiorentina + Winner of the E3, Roma + Semi-finalist of the E3, Inter.
1962 : Runner-up of the E2, Fiorentina.
1963 : Winner of the E1, Milan + Semi-finalist of the E3, Roma.
1964 : Winner of the E1, Inter.
1965 : Winner of the E1, Inter + Runner-up of the E3, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E2, Torino.
1966 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Inter.
1967 : Runner-up of the E1, Inter.
1968 : Winner of the E2, Milan + Semi-finalist of the E1, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E3, Bologna.
1969 : Winner of the E1, Milan.
1970 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Roma + Semi-finalist of the E3, Inter.
1971 : Runner-up of the E3, Juventus.
1972 : Runner-up of the E1, Inter + Semi-finalist of the E3, Milan.
1973 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus + Winner of the E2, Milan.
1974 : Runner-up of the E2, Milan.
1975 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Juventus.
1976 : ø.
1977 : Winner of the E3, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E2, Napoli.
1978 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Juventus.
1979 : ø.
1980 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Juventus.
1981 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Inter.
1982 : ø.
1983 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus.
1984 : Winner of the E2, Juventus + Runner-up of the E1, Roma.
1985 : Winner of the E1, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E3, Inter.
1986 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Inter.
1987 : ø.
1988 : Semi-finalist of the E2, Atalanta.
1989 : Winner of the E1, Milan + Runner-up of the E2, Sampdoria + Winner of the E3, Napoli.
1990 : Winner of the E1, Milan + Winner of the E2, Sampdoria + Winner of the E3, Juventus + Runner-up of the E3, Fiorentina.
1991 : Winner of the E3, Inter + Runner-up of the E3, Roma + Semi-finalist of the E2, Juventus.
1992 : Runner-up of the E1, Sampdoria + Runner-up of the E3, Torino + Semi-finalist of the E3, Genoa.
1993 : Runner-up of the E1, Milan + Winner of the E2, Parma + Winner of the E3, Juventus.
1994 : Winner of the E1, Milan + Runner-up of the E2, Parma + Winner of the E3, Inter + Semi-finalist of the E3, Cagliari.
1995 : Runner-up of the E1, Milan + Semi-finalist of the E2, Sampdoria + Winner of the E3, Parma + Runner-up of the E3, Juventus.
1996 : Winner of the E1, Juventus.
1997 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E2, Fiorentina + Runner-up of the E3, Inter.
1998 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus + Semi-finalist of the E2, Vicenza + Winner of the E3, Inter + Runner-up of the E3, Lazio.
1999 : Winner of the E2, Lazio + Semi-finalist of the E1, Juventus + Winner of the E3, Parma + Semi-finalist of the E3, Bologna.
2000 : ø.
2001 : ø.
2002 : Semi-finalists of the E3, Inter and Milan.
2003 : Winner of the E1, Milan + Semi-finalists of the E1, Juventus and Inter + Semi-finalist of the E3, Lazio.
2004 : ø.
2005 : Runner-up of the E1, Milan + Semi-finalist of the E3, Parma.
2006 : Semi-finalist of the E1, Milan.
2007 : Winner of the E1, Milan.
2008 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Fiorentina.
2009 : ø.
2010 : Winner of the E1, Inter.
2011 : ø.
2012 : ø.
2013 : ø.
2014 : Semi-finalist of the E3, Juventus.
2015 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus + Semi-finalists of the E3, Fiorentina and Napoli.
2016 : ø.
2017 : Runner-up of the E1, Juventus.
2018 : Semi-finalists of the E1, Roma.
2019 : ø.