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1990 FIFA World Cup knockout stage

The knockout stage of the 1990 FIFA World Cup was the second and final stage of the final tournament, following the group stage. It began on 23 June with the round of 16 matches, and ended on 8 July with the final match of the tournament held in Rome, in which West Germany beat the defending champions Argentina 1–0 to claim their third World Cup.

Sixteen teams advanced to the knockout stage to compete in a single-elimination style tournament: The top two teams from each group plus the four best third-placed teams.

In the knockout stage (including the final), if a match was level at the end of 90 minutes, extra time of two periods (15 minutes each) would be played. If the score was still level after extra time, the match would be decided by a penalty shootout. A third place match was also included and played between the two losing teams of the semi-finals.

All times listed are local (UTC+2)

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Qualified teamsEdit

The top two placed teams from each of the six groups, plus the four best-placed third teams, qualified for the knockout stage.

Group Winners Runners-up Third-placed teams
(Best four qualify)
A   Italy   Czechoslovakia N/A
B   Cameroon   Romania   Argentina
C   Brazil   Costa Rica N/A
D   West Germany   Yugoslavia   Colombia
E   Spain   Belgium   Uruguay
F   England   Republic of Ireland   Netherlands

BracketsEdit

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
24 June – Turin
 
 
  Brazil0
 
30 June – Florence
 
  Argentina1
 
  Argentina (p)0 (3)
 
26 June – Verona
 
  Yugoslavia0 (2)
 
  Spain1
 
3 July – Naples
 
  Yugoslavia (aet)2
 
  Argentina (p)1 (4)
 
25 June – Genoa
 
  Italy1 (3)
 
  Republic of Ireland (p)0 (5)
 
30 June – Rome
 
  Romania0 (4)
 
  Republic of Ireland0
 
25 June – Rome
 
  Italy1
 
  Italy2
 
8 July – Rome
 
  Uruguay0
 
  Argentina0
 
23 June – Bari
 
  West Germany1
 
  Czechoslovakia4
 
1 July – Milan
 
  Costa Rica1
 
  Czechoslovakia0
 
24 June – Milan
 
  West Germany1
 
  West Germany2
 
4 July – Turin
 
  Netherlands1
 
  West Germany (p)1 (4)
 
23 June – Naples
 
  England1 (3) Third place
 
  Cameroon (aet)2
 
1 July – Naples7 July – Bari
 
  Colombia1
 
  Cameroon 2  Italy2
 
26 June – Bologna
 
  England (aet)3   England1
 
  England (aet)1
 
 
  Belgium0
 

Round of 16Edit

Cameroon vs ColombiaEdit

Cameroon  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Colombia
Milla   106'108' Report Redín   115'
Attendance: 50,026
Referee: Tullio Lanese (Italy)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cameroon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Colombia
GK 16 Thomas N'Kono
SW 17 Victor N'Dip   47'
DF 14 Stephen Tataw (c)
DF 3 Jules Onana   117'
DF 5 Bertin Ebwellé
MF 8 Emile M'Bouh   68'
MF 2 André Kana-Biyik   44'
MF 21 Emmanuel Maboang
MF 10 Louis-Paul Mfédé   54'
FW 7 François Omam-Biyik
FW 20 Cyril Makanaky   69'
Substitutes:
DF 4 Benjamin Massing
DF 6 Emmanuel Kundé
FW 9 Roger Milla   54'
FW 18 Bonaventure Djonkep   69'
GK 22 Jacques Songo'o
Manager:
  Valeri Nepomniachi
GK 1 René Higuita
DF 4 Luis Fernando Herrera
DF 15 Luis Carlos Perea   72'
DF 2 Andrés Escobar
DF 3 Gildardo Gómez
MF 8 Gabriel Gómez   74'   79'
MF 14 Leonel Álvarez
MF 20 Luis Fajardo   63'
MF 10 Carlos Valderrama (c)
FW 19 Freddy Rincón
FW 7 Carlos Estrada
Substitutes:
FW 9 Miguel Guerrero
MF 11 Bernardo Redín   79'
GK 12 Eduardo Niño
FW 16 Arnoldo Iguarán   63'
DF 21 Alexis Mendoza
Manager:
Francisco Maturana

Assistant referees:
Jamal Al Sharif (Syria)
Berny Ulloa Morera (Costa Rica)

Czechoslovakia vs Costa RicaEdit

Czechoslovakia  4–1  Costa Rica
Skuhravý   12'63'82'
Kubík   76'
Report González   55'
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czechoslovakia
 
 
 
 
 
 
Costa Rica
GK 1 Jan Stejskal
SW 5 Ján Kocian   56'
DF 3 Miroslav Kadlec
DF 6 František Straka   68'
MF 11 Ľubomír Moravčík
MF 4 Ivan Hašek (c)   53'
MF 8 Jozef Chovanec
MF 9 Lubos Kubik
MF 7 Michal Bílek
FW 10 Tomáš Skuhravý
FW 17 Ivo Knoflíček
Substitutions:
MF 14 Vladimír Weiss
MF 18 Milan Luhový
FW 19 Stanislav Griga
DF 20 Václav Němeček
GK 21 Luděk Mikloško
Manager:
Jozef Vengloš
GK 21 Hermidio Barrantes
SW 3 Róger Flores (c)
DF 8 Germán Chavarría   65'
DF 20 Mauricio Montero
DF 5 Marvin Obando   46'
DF 6 José Carlos Chaves
MF 4 Rónald González Brenes   6'
MF 19 Héctor Marchena   75'
MF 14 Juan Cayasso
FW 10 Óscar Ramírez
FW 11 Claudio Jara
Substitutions:
FW 7 Hernán Medford   46'
FW 9 Alexandre Guimarães   65'
MF 17 Roy Myers
DF 20 Geovanny Jara
GK 22 Miguel Segura
Manager:
  Bora Milutinović

Assistant referees:
Armando Pérez Hoyos (Colombia)
Pietro d'Elia (Italy)

Brazil vs ArgentinaEdit

Brazil dominated for most of the match, but Diego Maradona went on a trademark run from the halfway line to the edge of the penalty area late in the match, and found Claudio Caniggia, who rounded the onrushing Cláudio Taffarel to give Argentina a lead that they would not relinquish.[1]

Brazil  0–1  Argentina
Report Caniggia   81'
Attendance: 61,381
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brazil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
GK 1 Taffarel
DF 19 Ricardo Rocha   40'
DF 21 Mauro Galvão   50'   84'
DF 3 Ricardo Gomes (c)   85'
MF 2 Jorginho
MF 4 Dunga
MF 5 Alemão   84'
MF 6 Branco
FW 15 Müller
FW 9 Careca
FW 8 Valdo
Substitutes:
MF 10 Silas   84'
DF 13 Carlos Mozer
FW 17 Renato Gaúcho   84'
MF 18 Mazinho
GK 22 Zé Carlos
Manager:
Sebastião Lazaroni
GK 12 Sergio Goycochea   87'
DF 15 Pedro Monzón   27'
DF 20 Juan Simón
DF 19 Oscar Ruggeri
MF 4 José Basualdo
MF 21 Pedro Troglio   61'
MF 14 Ricardo Giusti   28'
MF 16 Julio Olarticoechea
MF 7 Jorge Burruchaga
FW 8 Claudio Caniggia
FW 10 Diego Maradona (c)
Substitutes:
DF 2 Sergio Batista
MF 6 Gabriel Calderón   61'
FW 9 Gustavo Dezotti
DF 13 Néstor Lorenzo
GK 22 Fabián Cancelarich
Manager:
Carlos Bilardo

Assistant referees:
Alexey Spirin (Soviet Union)
Pierluigi Pairetto (Italy)

West Germany vs NetherlandsEdit

West Germany  2–1  Netherlands
Klinsmann   51'
Brehme   85'
Report R. Koeman   89' (pen.)
Attendance: 74,559
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
West Germany
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Netherlands
GK 1 Bodo Illgner
SW 5 Klaus Augenthaler
RWB 14 Stefan Reuter
DF 4 Jürgen Kohler
DF 2 Thomas Berthold
LWB 3 Andreas Brehme
MF 7 Pierre Littbarski
MF 10 Lothar Matthäus (c)   77'
MF 6 Guido Buchwald
FW 9 Rudi Völler   21'   22'
FW 18 Jürgen Klinsmann   77'
Substitutes:
GK 12 Raimond Aumann
FW 13 Karl-Heinz Riedle   77'
DF 16 Paul Steiner
MF 17 Andreas Möller
MF 20 Olaf Thon
Manager:
Franz Beckenbauer
GK 1 Hans van Breukelen
RB 2 Berry van Aerle   66'
CB 4 Ronald Koeman
CB 3 Frank Rijkaard   21'   22'
LB 5 Adri van Tiggelen
MF 14 John van 't Schip
MF 6 Jan Wouters   32'
MF 20 Aron Winter
MF 11 Richard Witschge   78'
FW 9 Marco van Basten   72'
FW 10 Ruud Gullit (c)
Substitutes:
FW 12 Wim Kieft   66'
DF 13 Graeme Rutjes
GK 16 Joop Hiele
FW 17 Hans Gillhaus   78'
DF 21 Danny Blind
Manager:
Leo Beenhakker

Assistant referees:
Elías Jácome (Ecuador)
Vincent Mauro (United States)

Republic of Ireland vs RomaniaEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Republic of Ireland
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Romania
GK 1 Packie Bonner
RB 2 Chris Morris
CB 4 Mick McCarthy (c)
CB 5 Kevin Moran
LB 3 Steve Staunton   94'
MF 8 Ray Houghton
MF 7 Paul McGrath   108'
MF 13 Andy Townsend
MF 11 Kevin Sheedy
FW 9 John Aldridge   17'   22'
FW 17 Niall Quinn
Substitutes:
DF 6 Ronnie Whelan
FW 10 Tony Cascarino   22'
DF 12 David O'Leary   94'
MF 16 John Sheridan
GK 22 Gerry Peyton
Manager:
  Jack Charlton
GK 1 Silviu Lung (c)
SW 6 Gheorghe Popescu
DF 4 Ioan Andone
DF 21 Ioan Lupescu
MF 2 Mircea Rednic
MF 8 Ioan Sabău   98'
MF 10 Gheorghe Hagi   111'
MF 5 Iosif Rotariu
MF 3 Michael Klein
FW 18 Gavril Balint
FW 14 Florin Răducioiu   74'
Substitutes:
FW 9 Rodion Cămătaru
MF 11 Dănuț Lupu   114'   74'
GK 12 Bogdan Stelea
MF 16 Daniel Timofte   98'
DF 19 Emil Săndoi
Manager:
Emerich Jenei

Assistant referees:
Carlos Maciel (Paraguay)
Jassim Mandi (Bahrain)

Italy vs UruguayEdit

Italy  2–0  Uruguay
Schillaci   65'
Serena   83'
Report
Attendance: 73,303
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Uruguay
GK 1 Walter Zenga
SW 2 Franco Baresi
DF 3 Giuseppe Bergomi (c)
DF 6 Riccardo Ferri
MF 4 Luigi De Agostini
MF 10 Nicola Berti   36'   52'
MF 11 Fernando De Napoli
MF 13 Giuseppe Giannini
MF 7 Paolo Maldini
FW 15 Roberto Baggio   79'
FW 19 Salvatore Schillaci
Substitutes:
DF 8 Pietro Vierchowod   79'
MF 9 Carlo Ancelotti
GK 12 Stefano Tacconi
MF 20 Aldo Serena   52'
FW 21 Gianluca Vialli
Manager:
Azeglio Vicini
GK 1 Fernando Álvez   26'
DF 2 Nelson Gutiérrez   65'
DF 3 Hugo de León
DF 6 Alfonso Domínguez
DF 14 José Pintos Saldanha   14'
MF 20 Ruben Pereira
MF 9 Enzo Francescoli (c)
MF 8 Santiago Ostolaza   79'
MF 5 José Perdomo   35'
FW 19 Daniel Fonseca
FW 18 Carlos Aguilera   55'
Substitutes:
MF 7 Antonio Alzamendi   79'
FW 11 Rubén Sosa   55'
DF 13 Daniel Revelez
MF 16 Pablo Bengoechea
GK 22 Javier Zeoli
Manager:
Óscar Tabárez

Assistant referees:
Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland)
Zoran Petrović (Yugoslavia)

Spain vs YugoslaviaEdit

Spain  1–2 (a.e.t.)  Yugoslavia
Julio Salinas   84' Report Stojković   78'93'
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Yugoslavia
GK 1 Andoni Zubizarreta
SW 4 Genar Andrinúa   49'
DF 14 Alberto Górriz
DF 5 Manuel Sanchís
MF 2 Chendo   110'
MF 21 Míchel
MF 15 Roberto   92'
MF 6 Rafael Martín Vázquez
MF 11 Francisco Villarroya
FW 19 Julio Salinas
FW 9 Emilio Butragueño (c)   79'
Substitutions:
DF 3 Manuel Jiménez   49'
FW 7 Miguel Pardeza
DF 12 Rafael Alkorta
GK 13 Juan Carlos Ablanedo
MF 18 Rafael Paz   79'
Manager:
Luis Suárez
GK 1 Tomislav Ivković
SW 5 Faruk Hadžibegić
DF 16 Refik Šabanadžović
DF 3 Predrag Spasić
MF 10 Dragan Stojković
MF 13 Srečko Katanec   7'   79'
MF 6 Davor Jozić
MF 8 Safet Sušić
MF 7 Dragoljub Brnović
FW 9 Darko Pančev   55'
FW 11 Zlatko Vujović (c)   60'
Substitutions:
DF 4 Zoran Vulić   97'   79'
GK 12 Fahrudin Omerović
MF 15 Robert Prosinečki
MF 17 Robert Jarni
MF 19 Dejan Savićević   55'
Manager:
Ivica Osim

Assistant referees:
Alan Snoddy (Northern Ireland)
Michał Listkiewicz (Poland)

England vs BelgiumEdit

England  1–0 (a.e.t.)  Belgium
Platt   119' Report
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Belgium
GK 1 Peter Shilton
SW 14 Mark Wright
RB 12 Paul Parker
CB 5 Des Walker
CB 6 Terry Butcher (c)
LB 3 Stuart Pearce
RM 8 Chris Waddle
CM 16 Steve McMahon   71'
CM 19 Paul Gascoigne   85'
LM 11 John Barnes   74'
FW 10 Gary Lineker
Substitutions:
FW 9 Peter Beardsley
GK 13 Chris Woods
MF 17 David Platt   71'
CM 20 Trevor Steven
FW 21 Steve Bull   74'
Manager:
Bobby Robson
GK 1 Michel Preud'homme
RB 2 Eric Gerets
SW 7 Stéphane Demol
CB 13 Georges Grün
LB 16 Michel De Wolf
RM 4 Lei Clijsters
CM 8 Franky Van der Elst
CM 10 Enzo Scifo
LM 5 Bruno Versavel   107'
FW 9 Marc Degryse   64'
FW 11 Jan Ceulemans (c)
Substitutes:
DF 3 Philippe Albert
FW 14 Nico Claesen   64'
FW 19 Marc Van Der Linden
GK 20 Filip de Wilde
MF 22 Patrick Vervoort   107'
Manager:
Guy Thys

Assistant referees:
Helmut Kohl (Austria)
Shizuo Takada (Japan)

Quarter-finalsEdit

Argentina vs YugoslaviaEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Yugoslavia
GK 12 Sergio Goycochea
DF 19 Oscar Ruggeri
DF 20 Juan Simón   111'
DF 18 José Serrizuela   21'
MF 4 José Basualdo
MF 14 Ricardo Giusti
MF 16 Julio Olarticoechea   41'   51'
MF 7 Jorge Burruchaga
MF 6 Gabriel Calderón   87'
FW 8 Claudio Caniggia
FW 10 Diego Maradona (c)
Substitutions:
DF 2 Sergio Batista
FW 9 Gustavo Dezotti   87'
DF 13 Néstor Lorenzo
MF 21 Pedro Troglio   61'   51'
GK 22 Fabián Cancelarich
Manager:
Carlos Bilardo
GK 1 Tomislav Ivković
SW 5 Faruk Hadžibegić
DF 4 Zoran Vulić
DF 16 Refik Šabanadžović   24'   31'
DF 3 Predrag Spasić
MF 15 Robert Prosinečki
MF 10 Dragan Stojković
MF 8 Safet Sušić   61'
MF 6 Davor Jozić
MF 7 Dragoljub Brnović
FW 11 Zlatko Vujović (c)
Substitutions:
FW 9 Darko Pančev
GK 12 Fahrudin Omerović
MF 17 Robert Jarni
DF 18 Mirsad Baljić
MF 19 Dejan Savićević   61'
Manager:
Ivica Osim

Assistant referees:
Neji Jouini (Tunisia)
Mohamed Hansal (Algeria)

Republic of Ireland vs ItalyEdit

Republic of Ireland  0–1  Italy
Report Schillaci   38'
Attendance: 73,303
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Republic of Ireland
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy
GK 1 Packie Bonner
RB 2 Chris Morris
CB 4 Mick McCarthy (c)
CB 5 Kevin Moran   43'
LB 3 Steve Staunton
MF 8 Ray Houghton
MF 7 Paul McGrath
MF 13 Andy Townsend
MF 11 Kevin Sheedy
FW 9 John Aldridge   78'
FW 17 Niall Quinn   53'
Substitutions:
DF 6 Ronnie Whelan
FW 10 Tony Cascarino   53'
DF 12 David O'Leary
MF 16 John Sheridan   78'
GK 22 Gerry Peyton
Manager:
  Jack Charlton
GK 1 Walter Zenga
SW 2 Franco Baresi
DF 3 Giuseppe Bergomi (c)
DF 6 Riccardo Ferri
MF 17 Roberto Donadoni
MF 11 Fernando De Napoli
MF 13 Giuseppe Giannini   62'
MF 4 Luigi De Agostini   36'
MF 7 Paolo Maldini
FW 15 Roberto Baggio   70'
FW 19 Salvatore Schillaci
Substitutes:
DF 8 Pietro Vierchowod
MF 9 Carlo Ancelotti   62'
GK 12 Stefano Tacconi
MF 20 Aldo Serena   70'
FW 21 Gianluca Vialli
Manager:
Azeglio Vicini

Assistant referees:
Armando Pérez Hoyos (Colombia)
Berny Ulloa Morera (Costa Rica)

Czechoslovakia vs West GermanyEdit

Czechoslovakia  0–1  West Germany
Report Matthäus   25' (pen.)
Attendance: 73,347
Referee: Helmut Kohl (Austria)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czechoslovakia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
West Germany
GK 1 Jan Stejskal
SW 5 Ján Kocian
DF 4 Ivan Hašek (c)
DF 6 František Straka   38'
DF 3 Miroslav Kadlec
MF 11 Ľubomír Moravčík   11'   70'
MF 8 Jozef Chovanec
MF 9 Luboš Kubík   79'
MF 7 Michal Bílek   14'   67'
FW 10 Tomáš Skuhravý
FW 17 Ivo Knoflíček   88'
Substitutions:
MF 14 Vladimír Weiss
MF 18 Milan Luhový
FW 19 Stanislav Griga   79'
MF 20 Václav Němeček   67'
GK 21 Luděk Mikloško
Manager:
Jozef Vengloš
GK 1 Bodo Illgner
SW 5 Klaus Augenthaler
LWB 3 Andreas Brehme
DF 6 Guido Buchwald
DF 4 Jürgen Kohler
RWB 14 Thomas Berthold
MF 7 Pierre Littbarski
MF 10 Lothar Matthäus (c)
MF 15 Uwe Bein   82'
FW 13 Karl-Heinz Riedle
FW 18 Jürgen Klinsmann   28'
Substitutions:
DF 2 Stefan Reuter
FW 11 Frank Mill
GK 12 Raimond Aumann
MF 17 Andreas Möller   82'
MF 20 Olaf Thon
Manager:
Franz Beckenbauer

Assistant referees:
Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)
Michał Listkiewicz (Poland)

Cameroon vs EnglandEdit

Apart from anything else, it was the only quarter-final to produce more than one goal. Despite Cameroon's heroics earlier in the tournament, David Platt put England ahead in the 25th minute. At half-time, Cameroon brought Milla on, and the game was turned on its head in five second-half minutes. First Cameroon were awarded a penalty, from which Emmanuel Kunde scored the equaliser. Then, in the 65th minute, Eugene Ekeke put Cameroon ahead. The African team came within eight minutes of reaching the semi-finals, but then they conceded a penalty, which Gary Lineker gratefully converted. Midway through extra time, England were awarded another penalty, which Lineker again scored from the spot. England were through to the semi-finals for the first time in 24 years.

Cameroon  2–3 (a.e.t.)  England
Kundé   61' (pen.)
Ekéké   65'
Report Platt   25'
Lineker   83' (pen.)105' (pen.)
Attendance: 55,205
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cameroon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
GK 16 Thomas N'Kono   104'
SW 6 Emmanuel Kundé
DF 14 Stephen Tataw (c)
DF 4 Benjamin Massing   28'
DF 5 Bertin Ebwellé
MF 15 Thomas Libiih
MF 21 Emmanuel Maboang   46'
MF 13 Jean-Claude Pagal
MF 10 Louis-Paul Mfédé   62'
FW 7 François Omam-Biyik
FW 20 Cyril Makanaky
Substitutes:
FW 9 Roger Milla   120'   46'
FW 11 Eugène Ekéké   62'
DF 12 Alphonse Yombi
MF 19 Roger Feutmba
GK 22 Jacques Songo'o
Manager:
  Valeri Nepomniachi
GK 1 Peter Shilton
SW 14 Mark Wright
RB 12 Paul Parker
CB 5 Des Walker
CB 6 Terry Butcher (c)   73'
LB 3 Stuart Pearce   70'
RW 8 Chris Waddle
CM 17 David Platt
CM 19 Paul Gascoigne
LW 11 John Barnes   46'
FW 10 Gary Lineker
Substitutes:
FW 9 Peter Beardsley   46'
GK 13 Chris Woods
MF 16 Steve McMahon
MF 20 Trevor Steven   73'
FW 21 Steve Bull
Manager:
Bobby Robson

Assistant referees:
Vincent Mauro (United States)
Jassim Mandi (Bahrain)

Semi-finalsEdit

Argentina vs ItalyEdit

Argentina  1–1 (a.e.t.)  Italy
Caniggia   67' Report Schillaci   17'
Penalties
Serrizuela  
Burruchaga  
Olarticoechea  
Maradona  
4–3   Baresi
  Baggio
  De Agostini
  Donadoni
  Serena
Attendance: 59,978
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy
GK 12 Sergio Goycochea
DF 19 Oscar Ruggeri   71'
DF 20 Juan Simón
DF 18 José Serrizuela
MF 4 José Basualdo   99'
MF 14 Ricardo Giusti   30'   103'
MF 16 Julio Olarticoechea   76'
MF 7 Jorge Burruchaga
MF 6 Gabriel Calderón   46'
FW 8 Claudio Caniggia   82'
FW 10 Diego Maradona (c)
Substitutes:
MF 2 Sergio Batista   118'   99'
FW 9 Gustavo Dezotti
DF 15 Pedro Monzón
MF 21 Pedro Troglio   46'
GK 22 Fabián Cancelarich
Manager:
Carlos Bilardo
GK 1 Walter Zenga
SW 2 Franco Baresi
DF 3 Giuseppe Bergomi (c)
DF 6 Riccardo Ferri
MF 17 Roberto Donadoni
MF 11 Fernando De Napoli
MF 13 Giuseppe Giannini   22'   73'
MF 4 Luigi De Agostini
MF 7 Paolo Maldini
FW 21 Gianluca Vialli   70'
FW 19 Salvatore Schillaci
Substitutes:
DF 8 Pietro Vierchowod
MF 9 Carlo Ancelotti
GK 12 Stefano Tacconi
FW 15 Roberto Baggio   73'
MF 20 Aldo Serena   70'
Manager:
Azeglio Vicini

Assistant referees:
Michał Listkiewicz (Poland)
Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)

West Germany vs EnglandEdit

West Germany  1–1 (a.e.t.)  England
Brehme   60' Report Lineker   80'
Penalties
Brehme  
Matthäus  
Riedle  
Thon  
4–3   Lineker
  Beardsley
  Platt
  Pearce
  Waddle
Attendance: 62,628
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
West Germany
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
GK 1 Bodo Illgner
SW 5 Klaus Augenthaler
RWB 14 Thomas Berthold
DF 6 Guido Buchwald
DF 4 Jürgen Kohler
LWB 3 Andreas Brehme   109'
MF 8 Thomas Häßler   66'
MF 10 Lothar Matthäus (c)
MF 20 Olaf Thon
FW 9 Rudi Völler   38'
FW 18 Jürgen Klinsmann
Substitutes:
DF 2 Stefan Reuter   66'
GK 12 Raimond Aumann
FW 13 Karl-Heinz Riedle   38'
DF 16 Paul Steiner
MF 17 Andreas Möller
Manager:
Franz Beckenbauer
GK 1 Peter Shilton
SW 14 Mark Wright
RB 12 Paul Parker   66'
CB 5 Des Walker
CB 6 Terry Butcher (c)   70'
LB 3 Stuart Pearce
RM 8 Chris Waddle
CM 17 David Platt
CM 19 Paul Gascoigne   99'
LM 9 Peter Beardsley
FW 10 Gary Lineker
Substitutes:
GK 13 Chris Woods
DF 15 Tony Dorigo
MF 16 Steve McMahon
MF 20 Trevor Steven   70'
FW 21 Steve Bull
Manager:
Bobby Robson

Assistant referees:
Joël Quiniou (France)
Armando Pérez Hoyos (Colombia)

Third place play-offEdit

Italy  2–1  England
Baggio   71'
Schillaci   86' (pen.)
Report Platt   81'
Attendance: 51,426
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Italy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
GK 1 Walter Zenga
SW 2 Franco Baresi
DF 3 Giuseppe Bergomi (c)
DF 5 Ciro Ferrara
DF 8 Pietro Vierchowod
DF 7 Paolo Maldini
MF 13 Giuseppe Giannini   90'
MF 9 Carlo Ancelotti
MF 4 Luigi De Agostini   67'
FW 15 Roberto Baggio
FW 19 Salvatore Schillaci
Substitutes:
DF 6 Riccardo Ferri   90'
MF 10 Nicola Berti   67'
GK 12 Stefano Tacconi
MF 20 Aldo Serena
FW 21 Gianluca Vialli
Manager:
Azeglio Vicini
GK 1 Peter Shilton (c)
SW 14 Mark Wright   71'
RB 2 Gary Stevens
CB 12 Paul Parker
CB 5 Des Walker
LB 15 Tony Dorigo
CM 20 Trevor Steven
CM 16 Steve McMahon   71'
CM 17 David Platt
FW 9 Peter Beardsley
FW 10 Gary Lineker
Substitutes:
DF 3 Stuart Pearce
MF 4 Neil Webb   71'
MF 8 Chris Waddle   71'
GK 13 Chris Woods
FW 21 Steve Bull
Manager:
Bobby Robson

Assistant referees:
Mohamed Hansal (Algeria)
Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland)

FinalEdit

West Germany  1–0  Argentina
Brehme   85' (pen.) Report
Attendance: 73,603
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
West Germany
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
GK 1 Bodo Illgner
SW 5 Klaus Augenthaler
CB 6 Guido Buchwald
CB 4 Jürgen Kohler
RWB 14 Thomas Berthold   73'
LWB 3 Andreas Brehme
CM 8 Thomas Häßler
CM 10 Lothar Matthäus (c)
CM 7 Pierre Littbarski
CF 9 Rudi Völler   52'
CF 18 Jürgen Klinsmann
Substitutes:
DF 2 Stefan Reuter   73'
GK 12 Raimond Aumann
FW 13 Karl-Heinz Riedle
MF 15 Uwe Bein
DM 20 Olaf Thon
Manager:
Franz Beckenbauer
GK 12 Sergio Goycochea
SW 20 Juan Simón
CB 18 José Serrizuela
CB 19 Oscar Ruggeri   46'
DM 13 Néstor Lorenzo
RM 4 José Basualdo
CM 7 Jorge Burruchaga   53'
CM 21 Pedro Troglio   84'
LM 17 Roberto Sensini
SS 10 Diego Maradona (c)   87'
CF 9 Gustavo Dezotti   5'   87'
Substitutes:
FW 3 Abel Balbo
DF 5 Edgardo Bauza
MF 6 Gabriel Calderón   53'
DF 15 Pedro Monzón   65'   46'
GK 22 Fabián Cancelarich
Manager:
Carlos Bilardo

Assistant referees:
Armando Pérez Hoyos (Colombia)
Michał Listkiewicz (Poland)

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