1984 Scottish Cup Final
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The 1984 Scottish Cup Final was played on 19 May 1984 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 109th Scottish Cup. The previous year's winners and defending champions in the match were Aberdeen who had beaten Rangers in the 1983 final. Aberdeen had beaten Dundee 2–0 in their semi-final to reach the final whereas Celtic had beaten St Mirren 2–1. The holder's Aberdeen and Celtic contested the match, Aberdeen won the match 2–1, their goals were scored by Eric Black and Mark McGhee. This marked three consecutive Scottish Cup wins for Aberdeen.
|Event||1983–84 Scottish Cup|
|Date||19 May 1984|
|Venue||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|Aberdeen||2 – 1 (a.e.t.)||Celtic|
|Eric Black 23'
Mark McGhee 98'
|Report (page 15)||Paul McStay 86'|
Road to the finalEdit
|Home team||Score||Away team||Aberdeen scorer(s)||Home team||Score||Away team||Celtic scorer(s)|
|Aberdeen||2 – 0||Dundee||Ian Porteous 28'
Gordon Strachan 89'
|Semi-finals||Celtic||2 – 1||St Mirren||Brian McClair 29'
Paul McStay 81'