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1988 Scottish Cup Final

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1988 Scottish Cup Final

1988 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1987–88 Scottish Cup
Date 14 May 1988
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee George Smith
Attendance 74,000

The 1988 Scottish Cup Final was played between Celtic and Dundee United at Hampden Park on 14 May 1988.

Celtic won 2–1, with Frank McAvennie scoring both of their goals. They had been 1-0 down after Kevin Gallacher put Dundee United ahead, only for McAvennie to score a late equaliser and then a winner with a low right foot shot at the back post after a corner to complete the double for Celtic, who were already Premier Division champions.[1]

The guest of honour was British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, greated by supporters of both teams by a wave of red cards.[2]

Match details

14 May 1988
Celtic 2 – 1 Dundee United
Frank McAvennie Goal Goal Report Kevin Gallacher Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 74,000
Referee: George Smith
GK 1 Northern Ireland Allen McKnight
DF 2 Republic of Ireland Chris Morris
DF 5 Republic of Ireland Mick McCarthy
DF 6 Scotland Derek Whyte Substituted off ?'
DF 3 Northern Ireland Anton Rogan
MF 7 Scotland Joe Miller
MF 4 Scotland Roy Aitken
MF 8 Scotland Paul McStay
MF 11 Scotland Tommy Burns
FW 9 Scotland Frank McAvennie
FW 10 Scotland Andy Walker Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Billy Stark Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Mark McGhee Substituted in ?'
Scotland Billy McNeill
GK Scotland Billy Thomson
DF Scotland David Bowman
DF Scotland Paul Hegarty
DF Scotland David Narey
DF Scotland Maurice Malpas
MF Scotland Billy McKinlay
MF Scotland Jim McInally
MF Scotland Eamonn Bannon
FW Scotland Kevin Gallacher
FW Finland Mixu Paatelainen Substituted off ?'
FW Scotland Iain Ferguson
MF Scotland John Clark Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Paul Sturrock
Scotland Jim McLean


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