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2000 Scottish Cup Final

2000 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1999–2000 Scottish Cup
Date 27 May 2000
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Jim McCluskey
Attendance 50,865

The 2000 Scottish Cup Final was played on 27 May 2000 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 115th Scottish Cup. The final was contested by Aberdeen and Rangers. Rangers won the match 4–0. The match was the last in the career of Aberdeen goalkeeper Jim Leighton. He was injured after 3 minutes and was unable to play on. With no goalkeeper on the substitute bench, Robbie Winters played in goal for Aberdeen.

Match details

27 May 2000
Aberdeen 0 – 4 Rangers
Report Van Bronckhorst Goal 36'
Vidmar Goal 47'
Dodds Goal 50'
 51'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 50,865
Referee: Jim McCluskey
ABERDEEN:
GK Jim Leighton Substituted off 3'
DF Derek Whyte
DF Thomas Solberg
DF Russell Anderson Substituted off 41'
DF Jamie McAllister
MF Paul Bernard
MF Andy Dow
MF David Rowson
MF Cato Guntveit
FW Eoin Jess
FW Arild Stavrum Substituted off 68'
Substitutes:
MF Rachid Belabed Substituted in 41'
FW Robbie Winters Substituted in 3'
FW Hicham Zerouali Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Ebbe Skovdahl
RANGERS:
GK 1 Stefan Klos
DF 2 Claudio Reyna
DF 3 Craig Moore Substituted off 71'
DF 4 Tony Vidmar
DF 5 Arthur Numan (c)
MF 7 Andrei Kanchelskis
MF 6 Barry Ferguson
MF 8 Giovanni Van Bronckhorst Substituted off 73'
MF 11 Jörg Albertz
FW 10 Rod Wallace Substituted off 66'
FW 9 Billy Dodds
Substitutes:
DF 14 Sergio Porrini Substituted in 71'
MF 15 Tugay Kerimoğlu Substituted in 73'
FW 12 Neil McCann Substituted in 66'
Manager:
Dick Advocaat

References

  • Match report
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