The 2000 Belgian Cup Final, took place on 14 May 2000 between Genk and Standard Liège. It was the 45th Belgian Cup final and was won by Genk, coming back from an early goal by Frédéric Pierre to win 4-1.
|Event||1999–2000 Belgian Cup|
|Date||14 May 2000|
|Venue||King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels|
Route to the finalEdit
|Tongeren (III)||3–0||3–0 home||Sixth round||Harelbeke||3–2||3–2 home|
|Ingelmunster (II)||8–1||8–1 home||Seventh round||Westerlo||2–1||2–1 home|
|Gent||3–1||3–1 home||Quarter-finals||Mons (III)||1–0||1–0 home|
|Sint-Truiden||1–0||0–0 home, 1–0 away||Semi-finals||Lierse||2–1||2–1 home; 0–0 away|
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