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1993 Scottish Cup Final

1993 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1992–93 Scottish Cup
Date 29 May 1993
Venue Celtic Park, Glasgow
Referee Jim McCluskey
Attendance 50,715
1992
1994

The 1993 Scottish Cup Final was played between Rangers and Aberdeen at Celtic Park on 29 May 1993.

Rangers won the match 2–1, thereby securing a domestic treble. Rangers' scorers were Mark Hateley, scoring in his second consecutive Scottish Cup Final, and Neil Murray. Lee Richardson scored Aberdeen's goal.

Match details

29 May 1993
Rangers 2 – 1 Aberdeen
Mark Hateley Goal
Neil Murray Goal
Lee Richardson Goal
Celtic Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 50,715
Referee: Jim McCluskey
RANGERS:
GK Scotland Andy Goram
DF Scotland John Brown
DF Scotland Richard Gough
DF Scotland Dave McPherson
DF Scotland David Robertson
MF Scotland Stuart McCall
MF Scotland Ian Ferguson
MF Scotland Ian Durrant
MF Scotland Neil Murray
FW Netherlands Pieter Huistra Substituted off ?'
FW England Mark Hateley
Substitutes:
DF Scotland Steven Pressley Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Gary McSwegan
Manager:
Scotland Walter Smith
ABERDEEN:
GK Netherlands Theo Snelders
DF Scotland Stewart McKimmie
DF Scotland Stephen Wright Substituted off ?'
DF Scotland Brian Irvine
DF Scotland Alex McLeish
MF Scotland Brian Grant
MF England Lee Richardson
MF England Paul Mason
FW Scotland Scott Booth
FW Scotland Duncan Shearer Substituted off ?'
FW Finland Mixu Paatelainen
Substitutes:
DF Scotland Gary Smith Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Eoin Jess Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Willie Miller

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