1980 AFC Asian Cup Final

The 1980 AFC Asian Cup Final was a football match that took place on 30 September 1980, at the Sabah Al-Salem Stadium in Kuwait City, Kuwait, to determine the winner of the 1980 AFC Asian Cup. Kuwait defeated South Korea 3–0 with one goal from Al-Houti and two goals from Al-Dakhil, to win their first AFC Asian Cup.[1]

1980 AFC Asian Cup Final
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Event1980 AFC Asian Cup
Date30 September 1980
VenueSabah Al-Salem Stadium, Kuwait City
RefereeSudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)
Attendance30,000
1976
1984

MatchEdit

DetailsEdit

Kuwait  3–0  South Korea
Al-Houti   8'
Al-Dakhil   34'69'
[2]
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Sudarso Hardjowasito (Indonesia)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kuwait
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
South Korea
GK 22 Jasem Bahman
DF 2 Naeem Saad
DF 15 Sami Al-Hashash   83'
DF 4 Jamal Al-Qabendi
DF 3 Mahboub Juma'a
MF 11 Nassir Al-Ghanim
MF 6 Saad Al-Houti (c)
MF 8 Mohammed Karam
FW 16 Faisal Al-Dakhil
FW 9 Jasem Yaqoub
FW 10 Abdulaziz Al-Anberi
Substitution:
DF 14 Hamoud Al-Shemmari   83'
Manager:
  Carlos Alberto Parreira
GK 21 Cho Byung-deuk
DF 12 Choi Jong-duk
DF 3 Hong Sung-ho
DF 8 Cho Young-jeung
DF 13 Chang Woe-ryong   72'
MF 15 Lee Kang-jo
MF 4 Cho Kwang-rae
MF 18 Hwang Seok-keun
FW 9 Lee Young-moo
FW 22 Choi Soon-ho
FW 16 Chung Hae-won
Substitution:
DF 2 Kim Jong-pil   72'
Manager:
  Kim Jung-nam

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Asia’s greatest national teams: Kuwait (1980s) [1]
  2. ^ Asian Cup 1980: Final - Kuwait vs South Korea [2]