Football at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Knockout stage

BracketEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsGold medal match
 
          
 
September 25 - Daegu
 
 
  Sweden1
 
September 27 - Busan
 
  Italy (AET)2
 
  Italy2
 
September 25 - Busan
 
  Soviet Union (AET)3
 
  Soviet Union3
 
October 1 - Seoul
 
  Australia0
 
  Soviet Union (AET)2
 
September 25 - Gwangju
 
  Brazil1
 
  Zambia0
 
September 27 - Seoul
 
  West Germany4
 
  West Germany1 (2)
 
September 25 - Seoul
 
  Brazil1 (3) Bronze medal match
 
  Brazil1
 
September 30 - Seoul
 
  Argentina0
 
  Italy0
 
 
  West Germany3
 

MatchesEdit

Zambia vs West GermanyEdit

  Zambia 0 — 4
(final score after 90 minutes)
  West Germany
Manager:   Samuel Ndhlovu

Team:
01 - GK - David Chabala
14 - DF - Manfred Chabinga
15 - DF - Ashols Melu
04 - DF - Samuel Chomba
03 - DF - Edmon Mumba
07 - MF - Jonson Bwalya sub 54'
06 - MF - Derby Makinka
12 - MF - Kalusha Bwalya
08 - MF - Charles Musonda
19 - FW - Stone Nyirenda sub 54'
18 - FW - Wisdom Mumba Chansa


Substitutes:
11 - ? - Lucky Msiska on 54'
17 - ? - Pearson Mwanza on 54'   67'


Unused Substitutes:
16 - GK - Richard Mwanza
?
?


Scorers:
-

Half-time:
0-3

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Quarter-finals)

Date:
Sunday
September 25, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Gwangju Mudeung Stadium, Gwangju

Attendance:
8,000

Referee:
Jesús Díaz   COL

Assistants:
Jamal Al Sharif   SYR
Jassim Mandi   BHR

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster
02 - DF - Michael Schulz
04 - DF - Wolfgang Funkel
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
03 - MF - Armin Görtz
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler sub 77'
08 - MF - Holger Fach
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann
19 - FW - Karl-Heinz Riedle sub 29'


Substitutes:
18 - DF - Gerhard Kleppinger on 29'
06 - MF - Olaf Janßen on 77'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Wolfgang Funkel (18', pen.)
0-2 Jürgen Klinsmann (34')
0-3 Jürgen Klinsmann (43')
0-4 Jürgen Klinsmann (89')

Soviet Union vs AustraliaEdit

  Soviet Union 3 — 0
(final score after 90 minutes)
  Australia
Manager:   Anatoliy Byshovets

Team:
01 - GK - Dmitry Kharin
02 - DF - Gela Ketashvili
04 - DF - Oleksiy Cherednyk sub 72'
17 - DF - Viktor Losev
18 - DF - Sergei Gorlukovich
07 - MF - Yevgeni Kuznetsov   82'
10 - MF - Igor Dobrovolski
15 - MF - Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko
20 - MF - Arminas Narbekovas
11 - FW - Volodymyr Lyuty
14 - FW - Volodymyr Tatarchuk sub 68'


Substitutes:
03 - DF - Igor Sklyarov on 68'
13 - DF - Sergei Fokin on 72'


Unused Substitutes:
16 - GK - Alexei Prudnikov
?
?


Scorers:
1-0 Igor Dobrovolski (50', pen.)
1-0 Igor Dobrovolski (54', pen.)
3-0 Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko (62')

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Quarter-finals)

Date:
Sunday
September 25, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan

Attendance:
7,000

Referee:
Juan Daniel Cardellino   URU

Assistants:
Vincent Mauro   USA
Edgardo Codesal   MEX

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Frank Arok

Team:
01 - GK - Jeffrey Olver
02 - DF - Gary van Egmond
03 - DF - Graham Jennings
04 - DF - Charles Yankos
05 - DF - Robert Dunn   67'
06 - MF - Paul Wade
11 - MF - Oscar Crino
12 - MF - Alan Davidson
07 - MF - Frank Farina
09 - FW - Graham Arnold
18 - FW - David Mitchell   68'


Substitutes:

none


Unused Substitutes:
08 - MF - Mike Petersen
20 - GK - Michael Gibson
?
?
?


Scorers:
-

Sweden vs ItalyEdit

  Sweden 1 — 2
(final score after 120 minutes)
  Italy
Manager:   Benny Lennartsson

Team:
01 - GK - Sven Andersson
16 - DF - Roger Ljung
03 - DF - Peter Lönn
04 - DF - Göran Arnberg
05 - DF - Roland Nilsson
06 - MF - Jonas Thern
10 - MF - Anders Limpar sub 23'   4'
07 - MF - Leif Engqvist
08 - MF - Michael Andersson
09 - MF - Joakim Nilsson sub 73'
15 - FW - Jan Hellström


Substitutes:
14 - FW - Hans Eskilsson on 23'
13 - FW - Martin Dahlin on 73'


Unused Substitutes:
17 - GK - Lars Eriksson
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Jan Hellström (84')

After 90 minutes:
1-1

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Quarter-finals)

Date:
Sunday
September 25, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Daegu Civic Stadium, Daegu

Attendance:
11,000

Referee:
Gérard Biguet   FRA

Assistants:
Michał Listkiewicz   POL
Jean-Fidele Diramba   GAB

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Francesco Rocca

Team:
01 - GK - Stefano Tacconi
06 - DF - Mauro Tassotti
09 - DF - Massimo Brambati   37'
05 - DF - Ciro Ferrara
04 - DF - Luigi De Agostini   45'
11 - MF - Massimo Crippa
16 - MF - Giuseppe Iachini
18 - MF - Massimo Mauro
19 - MF - Alberico Evani sub 73'   58'
13 - FW - Pietro Paolo Virdis
14 - FW - Ruggiero Rizzitelli sub 80'


Substitutes:
07 - MF - Angelo Colombo on 73'   108'
03 - FW - Andrea Carnevale on 80'


Unused Substitutes:
20 - GK - Gianluca Pagliuca
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Pietro Paolo Virdis (50')
1-2 Massimo Crippa (98')

Brazil vs ArgentinaEdit

  Brazil 1 — 0
(final score after 90 minutes)
  Argentina
Manager:   Carlos Alberto Silva

Team:
01 - GK - Cláudio Taffarel
02 - DF - Jorginho
05 - DF - Ademir
13 - DF - André Cruz
14 - DF - Luiz Carlos Winck   25'
15 - DF - Aloísio
08 - MF - Geovani   83'
16 - MF - Milton sub 65'
19 - MF - Andrade
20 - FW - Bebeto
11 - FW - Romário


Substitutes:
10 - FW - Careca on 65'


Unused Substitutes:
12 - GK - Zé Carlos
?
?
?


Scorers:
1-0 Geovani (76')

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Quarter-finals)

Date:
Sunday
September 25, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul

Attendance:
21,800

Referee:
Kurt Röthlisberger   SUI

Assistants:
Keith Hackett   ENG
Shizuo Takada   JPN

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Carlos Pachamé

Team:
01 - GK - Luis Islas
08 - DF - Hernán Díaz
09 - DF - Néstor Fabbri sub 65'
11 - DF - Néstor Lorenzo
13 - DF - Mario Lucca
15 - DF - Pedro Monzón
16 - MF - Hugo Pérez sub 80'
04 - FW - Carlos Alfaro
07 - FW - Jorge Comas
03 - FW - Mauro Airez
19 - FW - Darío Siviski


Substitutes:
14 - DF - Carlos Mayor on 65'
18 - FW - Alejandro Russo on 80'


Unused Substitutes:
12 - GK - Fabián Cancelarich
?
?


Scorers:
-

Italy vs Soviet UnionEdit

  Italy 2 — 3
(final score after 120 minutes)
  Soviet Union
Manager:   Francesco Rocca

Team:
01 - GK - Stefano Tacconi
06 - DF - Mauro Tassotti
09 - DF - Massimo Brambati
05 - DF - Ciro Ferrara   94'   96'
10 - DF - Stefano Carobbi
11 - MF - Massimo Crippa
16 - MF - Giuseppe Iachini   42'
18 - MF - Massimo Mauro
19 - MF - Alberico Evani sub 70'
13 - FW - Pietro Paolo Virdis
14 - FW - Ruggiero Rizzitelli sub 88'


Substitutes:
17 - MF - Stefano Desideri on 70'
03 - FW - Andrea Carnevale on 88'   108'


Unused Substitutes:
20 - GK - Gianluca Pagliuca
?
?


Scorers:
1-0 Pietro Paolo Virdis (50')
2-3 Andrea Carnevale (108')

After 90 minutes:
1-1

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Semi-finals)

Date:
Tuesday
September 27, 1988

Kick off:
5 p.m.

Venue:
Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan

Attendance:
10,000

Referee:
Jamal Al Sharif   SYR

Assistants:
Gérard Biguet   FRA
Michał Listkiewicz   POL

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Anatoliy Byshovets

Team:
01 - GK - Dmitry Kharin
02 - DF - Gela Ketashvili   85'
04 - DF - Oleksiy Cherednyk sub 46'   35'
17 - DF - Viktor Losev
18 - DF - Sergei Gorlukovich   53'
07 - MF - Yevgeni Kuznetsov
10 - MF - Igor Dobrovolski
15 - MF - Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko
20 - MF - Arminas Narbekovas
11 - FW - Volodymyr Lyuty
14 - FW - Volodymyr Tatarchuk sub 70'


Substitutes:
12 - DF - Yevgeny Yarovenko on 46'
19 - FW - Yury Savichev on 70'   102'


Unused Substitutes:
16 - GK - Alexei Prudnikov
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Igor Dobrovolski (78')
1-2 Arminas Narbekovas (92')
1-3 Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko (106')

West Germany vs BrazilEdit

  West Germany 1 — 1
(final score after 120 minutes)
(Penalty shootout 2 — 3)
  Brazil
Manager:   Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster
02 - DF - Michael Schulz
04 - DF - Wolfgang Funkel
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
03 - MF - Armin Görtz sub 96'
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler
08 - MF - Holger Fach
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke   65'
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann
11 - FW - Frank Mill sub 106'


Substitutes:
18 - DF - Gerhard Kleppinger on 96'
06 - MF - Olaf Janßen on 106'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
1-0 Holger Fach (50')

After 90 minutes:
1-1

Half-time:
0-0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Semi-finals)

Date:
Tuesday
September 27, 1988

Kick off:
8 p.m.

Venue:
Olympic Stadium, Seoul

Attendance:
65,000

Referee:
Keith Hackett   ENG

Assistants:
Chris Bambridge   AUS
Juan Carlos Loustau   ARG

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Carlos Alberto Silva

Team:
01 - GK - Cláudio Taffarel
02 - DF - Jorginho
05 - DF - Ademir sub 72'   67'
13 - DF - André Cruz
14 - DF - Luiz Carlos Winck
15 - DF - Aloísio   118'
08 - MF - Geovani   43'
19 - MF - Andrade
10 - FW - Careca
20 - FW - Bebeto sub 62'   3'
11 - FW - Romário


Substitutes:
18 - FW - João Paulo on 62'
16 - MF - Milton on 72'


Unused Substitutes:
12 - GK - Zé Carlos
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Romário (79')

Italy vs West GermanyEdit

  Italy 0 — 3
(final score after 90 minutes)
  West Germany
Manager:   Francesco Rocca

Team:
01 - GK - Stefano Tacconi
06 - DF - Mauro Tassotti
09 - DF - Massimo Brambati
04 - DF - Luigi De Agostini
10 - DF - Stefano Carobbi
11 - MF - Massimo Crippa   87'
07 - MF - Angelo Colombo
15 - MF - Roberto Galia   60'
18 - MF - Massimo Mauro
03 - FW - Andrea Carnevale
13 - FW - Pietro Paolo Virdis sub 58'


Substitutes:
14 - FW - Ruggiero Rizzitelli on 58'


Unused Substitutes:
20 - GK - Gianluca Pagliuca
?
?
?


Scorers:
-

Half-time:
0-2

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Bronze medal match)

Date:
Friday
September 30, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Olympic Stadium, Seoul

Attendance:
61,000

Referee:
Juan Carlos Loustau   ARG

Assistants:
Kurt Röthlisberger   SUI
Jean-Fidele Diramba   GAB

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Hannes Löhr

Team:
12 - GK - Uwe Kamps
05 - DF - Thomas Hörster
02 - DF - Michael Schulz   32'
04 - DF - Wolfgang Funkel
13 - DF - Roland Grahammer
18 - DF - Gerhard Kleppinger
14 - MF - Thomas Häßler
17 - MF - Ralf Sievers sub 85'
10 - MF - Wolfram Wuttke sub 61'
09 - FW - Jürgen Klinsmann
11 - FW - Frank Mill


Substitutes:
15 - MF - Christian Schreier on 61'
07 - MF - Rudi Bommer on 85'


Unused Substitutes:
01 - GK - Oliver Reck
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Jürgen Klinsmann (5')
0-2 Gerhard Kleppinger (18')
0-3 Christian Schreier (68')

Soviet Union vs BrazilEdit

  Soviet Union 2 — 1
(final score after 120 minutes)
  Brazil
Manager:   Anatoliy Byshovets

Team:
01 - GK - Dmitry Kharin
02 - DF - Gela Ketashvili   42'
12 - DF - Yevgeny Yarovenko
17 - DF - Viktor Losev
18 - DF - Sergei Gorlukovich   91'
07 - MF - Yevgeni Kuznetsov
10 - MF - Igor Dobrovolski
15 - MF - Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko
20 - MF - Arminas Narbekovas sub 46'
11 - FW - Volodymyr Lyuty sub 115'
14 - FW - Volodymyr Tatarchuk   78'   110'


Substitutes:
19 - FW - Yury Savichev on 46'
03 - DF - Igor Sklyarov on 115'


Unused Substitutes:
16 - GK - Alexei Prudnikov
?
?


Scorers:
1-1 Igor Dobrovolski (60', pen.)
2-1 Yury Savichev (103')

After 90 minutes:
1-1

Half-time:
0-1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Gold medal match)

Date:
Saturday
October 1, 1988

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Olympic Stadium, Seoul

Attendance:
74,000

Referee:
Gérard Biguet   FRA

Assistants:
Jesús Díaz   COL
Jassim Mandi   BHR

Match rules:
90 minutes
30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
Penalty shootout if scores still level
Five named substitutes
Maximum of 2 substitutions

Manager:   Carlos Alberto Silva

Team:
01 - GK - Cláudio Taffarel
02 - DF - Jorginho
13 - DF - André Cruz
14 - DF - Luiz Carlos Winck   72'
15 - DF - Aloísio   115'
16 - MF - Milton
17 - MF - Neto sub 73'
19 - MF - Andrade
10 - FW - Careca   42'
20 - FW - Bebeto sub 75'
11 - FW - Romário


Substitutes:
09 - FW - Edmar on 73'   112'
18 - FW - João Paulo on 75'


Unused Substitutes:
12 - GK - Zé Carlos
?
?


Scorers:
0-1 Romário (29')

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