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1976 European Super Cup

The 1976 UEFA Super Cup was played between RSC Anderlecht and Bayern Munich, with Anderlecht winning 5–3 on aggregate.

Contents

  • First leg 1
  • Second leg 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

First leg

1976-08-17
Bayern Munich 2–1 R.S.C. Anderlecht
Müller Goal 58' Goal 88' Haan Goal 16'
Olympiastadion, Munich
Attendance: 40.000
GK Sepp Maier
DF Jupp Kapellmann
DF Udo Horsmann
DF Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
MF Franz Beckenbauer
MF Rainer Künkel
MF Bernd Dürnberger
MF Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
FW Gerd Müller
FW Ulrich Hoeneß
MF Conny Torstensson
Manager:
Dettmar Cramer


Man of the Match:

Assistant Referees:

GK 1 Jan Ruiter
DF ' Arie Haan
DF ' Gilbert van Binst
DF ' Hugo Broos
DF ' Erwin Vandendaele
MF ' Jean Dockx Substituted off
MF ' François Van Der Elst
MF ' Franky Vercauteren
MF ' Peter Ressel
FW ' Ludo Coeck
FW ' Rob Rensenbrink
Substitutes:
DF ' Michel De Groote Substituted in
Manager:
Raymond Goethals

Second leg

1976-08-30
R.S.C. Anderlecht 4–1 Bayern Munich
Rensenbrink Goal 20' Goal 82'
Van Der Elst Goal 25'
Haan Goal 59'
Müller Goal 63'
Parc Astrid, Brussels
Attendance: 32,000
GK 1 Jan Ruiter
DF 6 Arie Haan
DF ' Gilbert van Binst
DF ' Hugo Broos
DF ' Erwin Vandendaele
MF ' Jean Dockx Substituted off
MF ' François Van Der Elst
MF ' Franky Vercauteren
MF ' Peter Ressel
FW ' Ludo Coeck
FW 9 Rob Rensenbrink
Substitutes:
DF ' Michel De Groote Substituted in
Manager:
Raymond Goethals


Man of the Match:

Assistant Referees:

GK Sepp Maier
DF Björn Andersson
DF Udo Horsmann
DF Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
MF Franz Beckenbauer
MF Jupp Kapellmann
MF Bernd Dürnberger
MF Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
FW Gerd Müller
FW Ulrich Hoeneß Substituted off
MF Conny Torstensson
Substitutes:
MF Rainer Künkel Substituted in
Manager:
Dettmar Cramer

References

External links

  • UEFA Super Cup
  • RSSSF


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