2002 Intercontinental Cup

The 2002 Intercontinental Cup was a football match played on 3 December 2002, between Real Madrid of Spain, winners of the 2001–02 UEFA Champions League, and Olimpia of Paraguay, winners of the 2002 Copa Libertadores. The match was played for the first time in the tournament's history at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama. This encounter marked a special occasion for Olimpia and Real Madrid, as both teams celebrated their centenary in 2002.[2][3] Ronaldo was named as man of the match.[4]Ronaldo opened the scoring for Real Madrid in the 14th minute shooting low right footed past the goalkeeper from inside the penalty box. The second goal was scored by Guti in the 84th minute, heading home at the near post after a cross from Luís Figo on the right. In 2017 FIFA Council recognised all the trophy winners as club world champions with the same title to the FIFA Club World Cup winners, then as official[5][6] "world champions" FIFA.[7][8][9][10]

2002 Intercontinental Cup
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Date3 December 2002
VenueInternational Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama
Man of the MatchRonaldo (Real Madrid)
RefereeCarlos Simon (Brazil)[1]
Attendance66,070
2001
2003

VenueEdit

 
International Stadium, Yokohama, hosted the final

Match detailsEdit

Real Madrid  2–0  Olimpia
Ronaldo   14'
Guti   84'
Report
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real Madrid
 
 
 
 
 
 
Olimpia
GK 1   Iker Casillas
RB 2   Míchel Salgado
CB 4   Fernando Hierro (c)
CB 6   Iván Helguera
LB 3   Roberto Carlos   89'
DM 24   Claude Makélélé
DM 19   Esteban Cambiasso   90'
RM 10   Luís Figo
LM 7   Raúl
AM 5   Zinedine Zidane   86'
CF 11   Ronaldo   82'
Substitutes:
GK 13   César Sánchez
DF 17   Óscar Miñambres
DF 22   Francisco Pavón   90'
MF 14   Guti   82'
MF 16   Flávio Conceição
MF 21   Santiago Solari   86'
CF 9   Fernando Morientes
Manager:
  Vicente del Bosque
 
GK 1   Ricardo Tavarelli
RB 2   Néstor Isasi
CB 3   Nelson Zelaya
CB 15   Pedro Benítez
LB 4   Juan Ramón Jara
RM 16   Sergio Órteman
CM 6   Julio César Enciso (c)
CM 5   Julio César Cáceres   34'
LM 11   Fernando Gastón Córdoba   65'
CF 10   Miguel Ángel Benítez   81'
CF 8   Hernán Rodrigo López
Substitutes:
GK 12   Danilo Aceval
DF 14   José Amarilla
MF 7   Francisco Esteche
MF 18   Carlos Estigarribia
FW 9   Richart Báez   65'
FW 17   Mauro Caballero   81'
FW 19   Gilberto Palacios
Manager:
  Nery Pumpido

Man of the Match:
  Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

Assistant referees:
  Jorge Arango (Colombia)[1]
  Jorge Jaimes (Peru)[1]
Fourth official:
  Toru Kamikawa (Japan)[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "The 23rd Toyota European / South American Cup – Team lists of the match". Toyota Cup. 3 December 2002. Retrieved 24 July 2014.
  2. ^ Centenario del Real Madrid Archived 21 January 2007 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Olimpia, 100 años de triunfos(in Spanish)
  4. ^ Leme de Arruda, Marcelo (2 January 2009). "Toyota Cup – Most Valuable Player of the Match Award". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Archived from the original on 24 December 2008. Retrieved 15 January 2009.
  5. ^ "Official (plural officials), from the Latin officiālis. 1. The official word is also used to refer to what is recognized or derives from an authority. cfr. dictionary.com. "Official, definition". 2. Approved by the government or someone in power. cfr. dictionary.cambridge.org. "official". It is synonymous with legal, legitimate, approved. cfr. thesaurus.com. "Synonyms for official".
  6. ^ For FIFA statute, official competitions are those for representative teams organized by FIFA or any confederation. Representative teams are usually national teams but also club teams that represent a confederation in the interconfederal competitions or a member association in a continental competition cfr. "FIFA Statutes, April 2016 edition" (PDF). p. 5. cfr. "FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2018: Statistical-kit" (PDF). 10 December 2018. p. 13. cfr. "2018/19 UEFA Champions League regulations" (PDF). p. 10.
  7. ^ “While it does not promote the statistical unification of tournaments, that is, has not absorbed to the Intercontinental Cup (merged with FIFA Club World Cup in 2005), FIFA is the only organization with worldwide jurisdiction over continental confederations and, then, the only one that can confer a title on that level, ergo the title assigned by FIFA with Official Document to the winners of the Intercontinental Cup is legally a FIFA world title." cfr. "FIFA Statutes, April 2016 edition" (PDF). p. 19. cfr.
  8. ^ "FIFA Council approves key organisational elements of the FIFA World Cup" (Press release). FIFA. 27 October 2017. Retrieved 27 October 2017.
  9. ^ "FIFA acepta propuesta de CONMEBOL de reconocer títulos de copa intercontinental como mundiales de clubes" (in Spanish). conmebol.com. 29 October 2017.
  10. ^ "FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2018: Statistical-kit" (PDF). 10 December 2018. p. 13.

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