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1989 Scottish Cup Final

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1989 Scottish Cup Final

1989 Scottish Cup Final
Event Scottish Cup 1988-89
Date 20 May 1989
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Bob Valentine
Attendance 72,069

The 1989 Scottish Cup Final was played between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park on 20 May 1989.

Celtic won the match 1–0. The only goal came when Joe Miller capitalised on a defensive error and slotted the ball past Rangers' goalkeeper.

This was to be the last Old Firm Scottish Cup Final for 10 years until 1999.

Match details

20 May 1989
Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers
Joe Miller Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 72,069
Referee: Bob Valentine
GK Republic of Ireland Pat Bonner
DF Republic of Ireland Chris Morris
DF Republic of Ireland Mick McCarthy
DF Scotland Derek Whyte
DF Northern Ireland Anton Rogan
MF Scotland Peter Grant
MF Scotland Roy Aitken
MF Scotland Paul McStay
MF Scotland Tommy Burns
FW Scotland Joe Miller
FW Scotland Mark McGhee
Billy Stark (unused)
Steve Fulton (unused)
Scotland Billy McNeill
GK England Chris Woods
DF England Gary Stevens
DF England Terry Butcher
DF Scotland Richard Gough
DF Scotland Stuart Munro Substituted off ?'
MF England Mel Sterland Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Ian Ferguson
MF Scotland John Brown
MF England Mark Walters
FW England Kevin Drinkell
FW Scotland Ally McCoist
MF Scotland Graeme Souness Substituted in ?'
MF Scotland Davie Cooper Substituted in ?'
Scotland Graeme Souness

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