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1979 Scottish Cup Final

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1979 Scottish Cup Final

1979 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1978–79 Scottish Cup
Date 12 May 1979
16 May 1979
28 May 1979
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 50,610
33,504
30,602
1978
1980

The 1979 Scottish Cup Final was contested between Rangers and Hibernian. After goalless draws in the initial match and the first replay, Rangers won the Cup by winning 3–2 after extra time in the second replay.[1] The winning goal for Rangers was an o.g. scored with his head by Arthur Duncan.

Match details

May 12, 1979
Rangers 0 – 0 Hibernian
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 50,610
Referee: Brian McGinlay

Teams

RANGERS:
GK Scotland Peter McCloy
DF Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF Scotland Colin Jackson
DF Scotland Derek Johnstone
DF Scotland Ally Dawson
MF Scotland Tommy McLean
MF Scotland Bobby Russell
MF Scotland Alex MacDonald Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Davie Cooper
FW Scotland Derek Parlane
FW Scotland Gordon Smith
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Alex Miller Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland John Greig
HIBERNIAN:
GK Scotland Jim McArthur
DF Scotland Ally Brazil
DF Scotland George Stewart
DF Scotland Jackie McNamara
DF Scotland Arthur Duncan
MF Scotland Bobby Hutchinson Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Des Bremner
MF Scotland Ralph Callachan
MF Scotland Tony Higgins
FW Scotland Ally McLeod
FW Scotland Colin Campbell
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Gordon Rae Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Eddie Turnbull

Replay


May 16, 1979
Rangers 0 – 0 Hibernian
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 33,504
Referee: Brian McGinlay

Teams

RANGERS:
GK Scotland Peter McCloy
DF Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF Scotland Colin Jackson
DF Scotland Derek Johnstone
DF Scotland Ally Dawson
MF Scotland Tommy McLean Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Bobby Russell
MF Scotland Alex MacDonald
MF Scotland Davie Cooper
FW Scotland Derek Parlane
FW Scotland Gordon Smith
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Alex Miller Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland John Greig
HIBERNIAN:
GK Scotland Jim McArthur
DF Scotland Ally Brazil
DF Scotland George Stewart
DF Scotland Jackie McNamara
DF Scotland Arthur Duncan
MF Scotland Des Bremner
MF Scotland Gordon Rae
MF Scotland Ralph Callachan
MF Scotland Tony Higgins Substituted off ?'
FW Scotland Ally McLeod
FW Scotland Colin Campbell
Substitutes:
FW Scotland Steve Brown Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Eddie Turnbull

Second Replay


May 28, 1979
Rangers 3 – 2 Hibernian
Derek Johnstone Goal Goal
Arthur Duncan Goal (o.g.)
Higgins Goal
McLeod Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 30,602
Referee: Ian Foote

Teams

RANGERS:
GK Scotland Peter McCloy
DF Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF Scotland Colin Jackson
DF Scotland Derek Johnstone
DF Scotland Ally Dawson
MF Scotland Tommy McLean Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Bobby Russell
MF Scotland Kenny Watson Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Alex MacDonald
MF Scotland Davie Cooper
FW Scotland Derek Parlane
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Alex Miller Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Gordon Smith Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland John Greig
HIBERNIAN:
GK Scotland Jim McArthur
DF Scotland Ally Brazil
DF Scotland George Stewart
DF Scotland Jackie McNamara
DF Scotland Arthur Duncan
MF Scotland Des Bremner
MF Scotland Gordon Rae
MF Scotland Ralph Callachan Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Tony Higgins Substituted off ?'
FW Scotland Ally McLeod
FW Scotland Colin Campbell
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Bobby Hutchinson Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Steve Brown Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Eddie Turnbull

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