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1990–91 DFB-Pokal

1990–91 DFB-Pokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 64
Champions Werder Bremen
Runners-up 1. FC Köln
Matches played 69
Top goal scorer(s) Michael Tönnies (6)

The DFB-Pokal 1990–91 was the 48th season of the competition. 64 teams competed in the tournament of six rounds. It began on 4 August 1990 and ended on 22 June 1991. After the semi-finals both had to be replayed after draws in the first games the final went into extra time, too. Eventually Werder Bremen defeated FC Köln 4–3 on penalties to take their second title.[1]

1st round

August 4, 1990
SV Waldhof Mannheim 3 – 2 VfL Bochum
Alemannia Aachen 0 – 1 KFC Uerdingen 05 (AET)
FV 09 Weinheim 1 – 0 FC Bayern Munich
Eintracht Haiger 1 – 2 Borussia Mönchengladbach
FC Kilia Kiel 1 – 4 FC St. Pauli
VfL Wolfsburg 1 – 6 1. FC Köln
Eintracht Trier 0 – 1 VfB Stuttgart
ASC Schöppingen 1 – 2 Eintracht Frankfurt
DSC Wanne-Eickel 1 – 3 Hertha BSC
SV Werder Bremen II 1 – 3 SG Wattenscheid 09
SpVgg Fürth 3 – 1 Borussia Dortmund
SpVgg Weiden 1 – 2 SV Werder Bremen
Borussia Neunkirchen 2 – 3 Fortuna Düsseldorf (AET)
Victoria Hamburg 0 – 5 Bayer Leverkusen
Göttingen 05 0 – 4 Hamburger SV
SSV Reutlingen 3 – 6 Karlsruher SC (AET)
SV Südwest Ludwigshafen 1 – 7 1. FC Kaiserslautern
FC Miltach 1 – 3 1. FC Nuremberg
Stuttgarter Kickers 4 – 0 SV Darmstadt 98
SpVgg Unterhaching 0 – 1 FC Schalke 04
KSV Hessen Kassel 1 – 0 FC 08 Homburg
FC Wangen 1 – 2 Rot-Weiss Essen
FSV Frankfurt 3 – 4 Preußen Münster (AET)
Teutonia Waltrop 0 – 1 Eintracht Braunschweig
Türkiyemspor Berlin 2 – 6 1. FC Saarbrücken
SC Pfullendorf 0 – 2 MSV Duisburg
Viktoria Köln 2 – 4 VfL Osnabrück
SpVgg Bayreuth 0 – 3 Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin
SV Hilden-Nord 2 – 1 SC Freiburg (AET)
TuS Bersenbrück 0 – 4 Hannover 96
SV Ludweiler 0 – 3 SV Meppen
FC Remscheid 3 – 2 SC Fortuna Köln (AET)

2nd round

November 3, 1990
SV Werder Bremen 2 – 0 FC St. Pauli
SpVgg Fürth 0 – 1 1. FC Saarbrücken
SV Hilden-Nord 0 – 4 Preußen Münster
FC Schalke 04 4 – 0 Eintracht Braunschweig
Bayer Leverkusen 0 – 1 KFC Uerdingen 05
Eintracht Frankfurt 0 – 0 1. FC Nuremberg (AET)
Karlsruher SC 0 – 2 VfB Stuttgart
1. FC Kaiserslautern 1 – 2 1. FC Köln
Fortuna Düsseldorf 0 – 0 Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin (AET)
Hertha BSC 1 – 2 MSV Duisburg
Hannover 96 0 – 0 Hamburger SV (AET)
FV 09 Weinheim 1 – 3 Rot-Weiss Essen
FC Remscheid 1 – 0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
KSV Hessen Kassel 3 – 2 Stuttgarter Kickers
SV Meppen 2 – 0 SV Waldhof Mannheim
VfL Osnabrück 1 – 2 SG Wattenscheid 09 (AET)

Replays

November 14, 1990
1. FC Nuremberg 0 – 2 Eintracht Frankfurt (AET)
Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 1 – 0 Fortuna Düsseldorf
Hamburger SV 2 – 1 Hannover 96

3rd round

December 1, 1990
Preußen Münster 0 – 1 VfB Stuttgart
SV Werder Bremen 3 – 1 FC Schalke 04
KFC Uerdingen 05 4 – 2 Rot-Weiss Essen (AET)
1. FC Köln 1 – 0 SV Meppen
MSV Duisburg 3 – 2 Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin (AET)
1. FC Saarbrücken 0 – 0 Eintracht Frankfurt (AET)
Hamburger SV 1 – 2 SG Wattenscheid 09
FC Remscheid 2 – 3 KSV Hessen Kassel (AET)

Replay

March 6, 1991
Eintracht Frankfurt 3 – 2 1. FC Saarbrücken (AET)

Quarter-finals

March 30, 1991
KFC Uerdingen 05 1 – 4 MSV Duisburg
KSV Hessen Kassel 0 – 2 SV Werder Bremen
1. FC Köln 1 – 0 VfB Stuttgart (AET)
March 31, 1991
Eintracht Frankfurt 3 – 1 SG Wattenscheid 09

Semi-finals

April 24, 1991
MSV Duisburg 0 – 0 1. FC Köln (AET)
Eintracht Frankfurt 2 – 2 SV Werder Bremen (AET)

Replays

May 2, 1991
1. FC Köln 3 – 0 MSV Duisburg
SV Werder Bremen 6 – 3 Eintracht Frankfurt

Final

June 22, 1991
SV Werder Bremen 1 – 1
(AET)
1. FC Köln
Eilts Goal 48' Banach Goal 62'
  Penalties  
Allofs Penalty missed

Rufer Penalty scored
Bratseth Penalty scored
Harttgen Penalty scored
Borowka Penalty scored

4 – 3 Rudy Penalty missed

Higl Penalty scored
Littbarski Penalty missed
Banach Penalty scored
Götz Penalty scored

Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 73,000
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Ottobrunn)
SV WERDER BREMEN:
GK 1 Germany Oliver Reck
RWB  2 Germany Günter Hermann Substituted off 76'
LWB  3 Germany Marco Bode
SW 4 Norway Rune Bratseth
CB 5 Germany Thomas Wolter
CB 6 Germany Ulrich Borowka
CM 7 Germany Dieter Eilts
CM 8 Germany Mirko Votava
CF 9 Germany Klaus Allofs
AM 10 Germany Frank Neubarth Booked Substituted off 72'
CF 11 New Zealand Wynton Rufer
Substitutes:
DF 13 Germany Gunnar Sauer Substituted in 76'
MF 14 Germany Uwe Harttgen Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Germany Otto Rehhagel
1. FC KÖLN 01/07:
GK 1 Germany Bodo Illgner
RWB 2 Denmark Jann Jensen
CB 3 Germany Alfons Higl
SW 4 Germany Andreas Gielchen Booked
CM 5 Germany Falko Götz
CB 6 Germany Karsten Baumann
AM 7 Germany Pierre Littbarski
CM 8 Germany Frank Greiner Booked
CF 9 Germany Maurice Banach
LWB  10 Denmark Henrik Andersen Substituted off 96'
CF 11 Germany Ralf Sturm Substituted off 60'
Substitutes:
MF 13 Germany Horst Heldt Substituted in 59'
MF 14 Poland Andrzej Rudy Substituted in 96'
Manager:
Germany Erich Rutemöller

See also

References

External links

  • Official site of the DFB (German)
  • Kicker.de (German)Template:DFB Cup
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