1985 Arab Cup Final

The 1985 Arab Cup Final was a football match that took place on 12 July 1985, at the King Fahd Stadium in Ta'if, Saudi Arabia, to determine the winner of the 1985 Arab Cup. Iraq B defeated Bahrain 1–0 with two goals from Anad Abid to Iraq, to win their third Arab Cup. Iraq played with the B team in the tournament.[1]

1985 Arab Cup Final
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Ta'if hosts the final tournament
Event1985 Arab Cup
Date12 July 1985
VenueKing Fahd Stadium, Ta'if
RefereeAbdul Aziz Al-Salmi (Kuwait)
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1988

Road to the finalEdit

Iraq B Bahrain
Opponents Results Opponents Results
Group stage
  Bahrain 1–1   Iraq B 1–1
  Mauritania 2–0   Mauritania 2–0
Semi-finals
  Saudi Arabia 3–2   Qatar 1–1 (4–2 p)

MatchEdit

DetailsEdit

Iraq B  1–0  Bahrain
Abid   21' Report Al-Harban   19'
Referee: Abdul Aziz Al-Salmi (Kuwait)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Iraq B
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bahrain
Iraq B:
GK 21 Suhail Saber
DF 2 Hameed Rashid
DF 3 Ghanim Oraibi
DF 4 Hassan Kamal
DF 5 Khaled Hadi
MF 10 Karim Hadi (c)
MF 13 Basim Qasim
MF 18 Taleb Jaloub
MF 7 Adnan Hamad   71'
FW 11 Emad Jassim   19'
FW 14 Anad Abid
Substitutes:
DF Mahdi Jassim
Manager:
Anwar Jassam
Bahrain:
GK 22 Mohammed Saleh
DF 2 Ebrahim Zaid
DF 3 Salman Al-Harbi
DF 5 Adnan Daif (c)
DF 18 Abdul Karim Saif
MF 10 Ebrahim Al-Harban
MF 12 Marjan Eid
MF 14 Ali Hassan Yousif
FW 8 Ebrahim Farhan   45'
FW 11 Hamad Mohammed
FW 19 Waleed Shwetar   66'
Substitutes:
FW 4 Yacoub Hassan   66'
FW 7 Ahmed Rashdan   45'
FW Khamis Eid
Manager:
  Keith Burkinshaw

Assistant referees:
Mohamed Larache (Morocco)
Mohammed ... (Saudi Arabia)
Fourth official:
Mohammed ... (Saudi Arabia)

Man of the Match:
... ... (...)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "كأس العرب الرابعة في السعودية 1985 النهائي". kooora.com.

External linksEdit