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1995 Scottish Cup Final

1995 Scottish Cup Final
Andy Smith (9) aims a header at goal.
Event 1994–95 Scottish Cup
Date 27 May 1995
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Leslie Mottram
Attendance 36,915

The 1995 Scottish Cup Final was played between Celtic and Airdrieonians at Hampden Park on 27 May 1995.

Celtic won the match 1–0, with a goal by Pierre van Hooijdonk who headed in after a cross from the left by Tosh McKinlay.



27 May 1995
15:00 BST
Celtic 1–0 Airdrieonians
Van Hooijdonk Goal 9' Report
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 36,915
Referee: Leslie Mottram
GK 1 Republic of Ireland Pat Bonner
DF 5 Albania Rudi Vata
DF 6 Scotland Tosh McKinlay
DF 3 Scotland Mark McNally
DF 2 Scotland Tom Boyd
MF 4 Scotland Peter Grant
MF 8 Scotland Paul McStay
MF 7 Scotland Brian McLaughlin
MF 11 Scotland John Collins
FW 9 Netherlands Pierre van Hooijdonk Substituted off 39'
FW 10 Scotland Simon Donnelly Substituted off 70'
GK 12 Scotland Gordon Marshall
MF 14 Scotland Phil O'Donnell Substituted in 70'
FW 15 Scotland Willie Falconer Substituted in 39'
Scotland Tommy Burns
GK Scotland John Martin
DF Scotland Sandy Stewart
DF Scotland Jimmy Sandison
DF Scotland Graham Hay Substituted off 81'
DF Scotland Paul Jack
MF Scotland Jimmy Boyle
MF Scotland Kenny Black
MF Scotland Paul Harvey Substituted off 51'
MF England Steve Cooper
FW Scotland Andy Smith
FW Scotland Alan Lawrence
GK Scotland Willie McCulloch
DF Scotland Tommy McIntyre Substituted in 81'
MF Scotland Tony Smith Substituted in 51'
Scotland Alex MacDonald

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