2009 Cupa României Final

2009 Cupa României Final
2009 Cupa României Final
Event Cupa României 2008–09
Date 13 June 2009
Venue Stadionul Tudor Vladimirescu, Târgu Jiu
Man of the Match Emmanuel Culio (CFR Cluj)
Referee Cristian Balaj (Romania)
Attendance 9,000
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The 2009 Cupa României Final was the 71st final of Romania's most prestigious cup competition. The final was played at the Stadionul Tudor Vladimirescu in Târgu Jiu on 13 June 2009 and was contested between Liga I sides FC Timişoara and the defending champions CFR Cluj. The final whistle saw CFR Cluj winning the cup after a three goals to nill margin and also defending last season trophy.

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Match details

13 June 2009
21:00 EEST
Politehnica Timişoara 0 – 3 CFR Cluj Stadionul Tudor Vladimirescu, Târgu Jiu
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Cristian Balaj (Romania)
(Report) Deac Goal 7'
Peralta Goal 29' (pen.)
Culio Goal 54'
POLITEHNICA TIMIŞOARA
CFR Cluj
POLITEHNICA TIMIŞOARA:
GK 29 Romania Costel Pantilimon
LB 3 Romania Iasmin Latovlevici
CM 5 Romania Dan Alexa (c) Booked in the 35th minute 35'
CB 6 Togo Daré Nibombé Substituted off in the 76th minute 76'
RM 7 Romania Stelian Stancu
CF 9 Costa Rica Winston Parks
LM 10 Armenia Artavazd Karamyan
CM 17 Slovakia Balázs Borbély Booked in the 37th minute 37' Substituted off in the 58th minute 58'
CF 18 Romania Gheorghe Bucur
CB 28 Slovakia Marián Čišovský Booked in the 76th minute 76'
RB 30 Romania Valentin Badoi Substituted off in the 46th minute 46'
Substitutes:
GK 99 Portugal Pedro Taborda
CF 8 Slovenia Dare Vršič Substituted on in the 58th minute 58'
CF 11 Armenia Arman Karamyan Substituted on in the 46th minute 46'
CB 16 Romania Srdjan Luchin Substituted on in the 76th minute 76'
CM 20 Romania Florin Maxim
CF 27 Czech Republic Lukáš Magera
CM 31 Nigeria Abiodun Agunbiade
Manager:
Romania Valentin Velcea
CFR CLUJ:
GK 1 Portugal Nuno Claro
RB 2 Portugal Tony (c)
LB 4 Romania Cristian Panin
CB 6 Romania Gabriel Mureşan
CM 8 Argentina Sixto Peralta Booked in the 36th minute 36' Substituted off in the 58th minute 58'
CB 15 Brazil Hugo Alcântara
CF 17 Burkina Faso Yssouf Koné Booked in the 42nd minute 42'
CM 19 Argentina Emmanuel Culio Booked in the 54th minute 54'
RM 23 Romania Bogdan Mara Substituted off in the 81st minute 81'
DM 31 Portugal Dani
LM 77 Romania Ciprian Deac Substituted off in the 69th minute 69'
Substitutes:
GK 44 Romania Eduard Stăncioiu
CM 7 Argentina Sebastián Dubarbier Substituted on in the 69th minute 69'
CF 9 Côte d'Ivoire Lacina Traoré
CD 16 Uruguay Darío Flores
CD 27 Brazil André Galiassi
LM 33 Uruguay Álvaro Pereira Substituted on in the 58th minute 58'
CF 99 Argentina Diego Ruiz Substituted on in the 81st minute 81'
Manager:
Portugal Toni

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
    • Romania Cristian Nica
    • Romania Aurel Oniţa
  • Fourth official:
    • Romania Marius Avram

MAN OF THE MATCH

  • Argentina Emmanuel Culio

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes extra-time (15 minute intervals)
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores level after extra time.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Route to the final

Politehnica Timişoara

Round of 32 CFR II Cluj 0 – 1 Politehnica Timişoara
Round of 16 Dunărea Galaţi 1 – 2 Politehnica Timişoara
Quarter-finals Politehnica Timişoara 2 – 0 Gloria Bistriţa
Semi-finals Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 4 Politehnica Timişoara

CFR Cluj

Round of 32 U Cluj 3 – 3 (aet, p. 10 – 11) CFR Cluj
Round of 16 Sportul Studenţesc 0 – 1 CFR Cluj
Quarter-finals CFR Cluj 1 – 0 Pandurii Târgu Jiu
Semi-finals CFR Cluj 2 – 0 SC Vaslui

References

External links

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