The Copa do Craque de Masters (also known as Copa Zico), was the third edition of the World Cup of Masters. For the third time running it was held in Brazil, over the course of January 1990. Returning to the format of the first tournament, there were five "Senior" teams, now addressed as "Masters".
|Zico Cup '90|
|Dates||10 - 24 January (15 days)|
|Teams||5 (from 2 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||Estádio do Canindé|
|Champions||Brazil (2nd title)|
|Goals scored||46 (4.18 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Ćmikiewicz &|
Johnny Rep (4 goals)
The teams were hosts and reigning champions Brazil, Argentina, Italy and for the first time Netherlands and Poland. Brazil beat easily Holland in the final by the wide margin of 5-0, lifted the trophy and won the $20,000 award.
Norberto Outes 52'
Kazimierz Kmiecik o.g.
Willy van de Kerkhof 84' o.g.
Cláudio Adão 88'
|Johnny Rep 29'
Rene van de Kerkhof 40'
Ćmikiewicz 15' pen
Third Place Play OffEdit