Tuesday, May 30, 2017

International Season 1988/89, Part 3 (September 1988)

September

England defeated Denmark (1-0) in a friendly at Wembely. The new European Champions Holland defeated Wales (1-0) with a late goal from Ruud Gullit in their first World Cup Qualifier.
It was the debut of Thijs Libregts as Holland coach.
Scotland defeated Norway (2-1) at Oslo in a World Cup Qualifier.
Luis Suarez made his debut as Spanish National Team Manager in a friendly loss vs. Yugoslavia.
USSR legend Oleg Blokhin played in his last ever match for the Soviet Union in a friendly vs. West Germany.
Andreas Moeller made his debut for West Germany in that match.
France defeated Norway (1-0) with a late Jean-Pierre Papin penalty kick in a World Cup qualifier.


Date: September 3, 1988
Competition: Copa das Nações
Venue: Los Angeles, California - Memorial Coliseum -USA  
Attendance:
Brazil (Olympic)  3-Club America (Mexico) 0 (Romário (3 goals))

Date: September 6, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Chicago, Illinois - Comiskey Park Stadium -USA  
Attendance:
Brazil (Olympic) 3-Club America (Mexico) 2 (Jorginho, Edmar, Luís Carlos Winck / Luis Allves ‘Zague’ (2 goals) Jorginho, Edmar, Luís Carlos Winck / Luis Allves ‘Zague’ (2 goals))

Date: September 7, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Guayaquil
Attendance: 3,000
Ecuador 1-Paraguay 5 (Hamilton Cuvi 79 pen / Félix Brítez Román 3, Félix Almirón 22, Catalino Rivarola 29, Gabino Román 56, Javier Ferreira 89)

Date: September 7, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Attendance:
Japan 0-Argentina (Olympic) 1 (Alfaro Moreno)





Date: September 9, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: San José, California- Municipal Stadium-USA  
Attendance:
Brazil (Olympic) 2-Guadalajara (Mexico) 0 (Edmar, Careca II)

Date: September 10, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Tegucigalpa
Attendance: 5,000
Honduras 0-Paraguay 0

Date: September 13, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: La Serena, Estadio La Portada       
Attendance: 6,345
Chile 3-Ecuador 1 (Sergio Salgado 7, Marcelo Álvarez 66, Luis Rodríguez or Fajardo (own goal) 88 / Hamilton Cuvi 73)

Date: September 13, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Tegucigalpa
Attendance:
Honduras 0-Paraguay 2 (????)

Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 25,837
England 1-Denmark 0 (Neil Webb 28)



Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: UEFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 4
Venue: Amsterdam -Olimpisch-Stadion       
Attendance: 58,000
Holland 1-Wales 0 (Ruud Gullit 83)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)




Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authirs:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(Ruud Gullit and Wim Kieft celbrating, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)



Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authirs:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(Wim Kieft and Ruud Gullit celebrating, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)


Photo From: We Caan Naar Rome, Authirs:  Marco van der Laan, Rob Kemper
(Marco van Basten, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Holland 1-Wales 0)



Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: UEFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 5
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 22,760
Norway 1-Scotland 2 (Jan Age Fjortoft 44 / Paul McStay 14, Maurice Johnston 62)
                                     

Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988
(September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Norway 1-Scotland 2)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988
(Scotland squad, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Norway 1-Scotland 2)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988 
(September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Norway 1-Scotland 2)



Phoro From: A-Laget, Norges 25 storste fotballspillere gjennom tidene, Authors: Svein Saeter, Johan L. Oiestad
(Norway squad, September 14, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, Norway 1-Scotland 2)




Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Oviedo, Estadio Carlos Tartiere
Attendance: 22,000
Spain 1-Yugoslavia 2 (Michel 25 / Mehmed Bazdarevic 46, Boro Cvetkovic 84)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, September 14, 1988, Spain 1-Yugoslavia 2)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, September 14, 1988, Spain 1-Yugoslavia 2)



Date: September 14, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Attendance:
Luxembourg 0-Standard Liege (Belgium) 3 (????)

Date: September 15, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Attendance:
Borussia Dortmund (West Germany) 1-Czechsolovakia 3 (????)

Date: September 16, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: San Salvador
Attendance:          10,000
El Salvador 0-Paraguay 1 (Gabino Román 44)

Date: September 17, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Caracas
Attendance: 
Venezuela 1-Atletico Bucamanga (Colombia) 0 (Samuel)


Date: September 20, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Constanta, Stadionul 1 Mai
Attendance:          20,000
Romania 3-Albania 0 (Miodrag Beloidedici 23, Gheorge Hagi 35, Rodion Camataru 76)



Date: September 20, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Prague-Letna Stadion (AC Sparta Praha)
Attendance:   4,000
Czechoslovakia 4-Austria 2 (Milan Luhovy 12, Michal Bilek 48, Vaclav Danek 68, 81 / Peter Pacult 58, Gerald Wilfurth 90)

Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechsolovakia squad, September 20, 1988, Czechoslovakia 4-Austria 2)


Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sofia- Vassil Levski Stadion
Attendance: 
Bulgaria 2-USSR ‘B’ 2 (Luboslav Penev 27 , Hristo Stoichkov 84 / ????)

Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Cottbus - Stadion der Freundschaft (Stadium of the Friendship)
Attendance: 11,000
East Germany 1-Poland 2 (Rainer Ernst 29 / Jan Furtok 60, 82
                                     

Photo From: FUWO, Issue 39, September 27, 1988
(September 21, 1988, East Germany 1-Poland 2)


Photo From: FUWO, Issue 39, September 27, 1988
(September 21, 1988, East Germany 1-Poland 2)



Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Düsseldorf  - Rheinstadion
Attendance: 16,000
West Germany 1-USSR 0 (Sergei Shmatvalenko (Own goal) 57)

Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(Stefan Reuter and Oleg Blokhin, September 21, 1988, West Germany 1-USSR 0)


Photo From: Fussball Magazin, Issue 11, November 1988
(Stefan Reuter and Oleg Blokhin, September 21, 1988, West Germany 1-USSR 0)



Photo From: Fussball Magazin, Issue 4, April 1990
(September 21, 1988, West Germany 1-USSR 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(USSR squad, September 21, 1988, West Germany 1-USSR 0)



Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: İstanbulnönü Stadyumu
Attendance: 30,593
Turkey 3-Greece 1 (Tanju Çolak 9 pen, Oğuz Çetin 41, Ridvan Dilmen 68 / Nikos Anastopoulos 38)

Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur
Attendance: 4,000
Iceland 0-Hungary 3 (Jozsef Kiprich 3, 19,  Istvan Vincze 16)


Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: UEFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: Luxembourg -Stade Municipal de Luxembourg
Attendance: 2,500
Luxembourg 1-Switzerland 4 (Robert Langers  81 / Alain Sutter  1 (15 seconds), Kubilay Turkyilmaz 22 pen, 54, Beat Sutter  29)


Date: September 21, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lima- Estadio Nacional José Diaz
Attendance: 1,642
Paraguay 1-Peru 0  (Gabino Román 26)

Date: September 24, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Attendance:
Malta 1-AS Roma (Italy) 2 (?????)

Date: September 27, 1988
Competition: Copa Boquerón
Venue: Asunción, Estadio de Los Defensores del Chaco    
Attendance:           32,500       
Paraguay 2-Chile 0 (Félix Brítez Román 11- Justo Jacquet 30 or Patricio Reyes (own goal) 30)

Date: September 27, 1988
Competition: Copa Boquerón
Venue: Asunción, Estadio de Los Defensores del Chaco, Paraguay
Attendance:           9,000
Uruguay 2-Ecuador 1 (Gustavo Dalto 14, Jose Herrera 85 / Jimmy Izquierdo 74)

Date: September 28, 1988
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Attendance: 6,500
Denmark 1-Iceland 0 (Jan Bartram 15)



Date: September 28, 1988
Competition: UEFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 5
Venue: Paris,Parc des Princes
Attendance: 22,000
France 1-Norway 0 (Jean-Pierre Papin 84 pen)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 154, October 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Hors Serie 1, 1989
(France squad, September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 104, October-November 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 104, October-November 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 104, October-November 1988
(September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 104, October-November 1988
(France squad, September 28, 1988, World Cup Qualifier, France 1-Norway 0)






Date: September 29, 1988
Competition: Copa Boquerón
Venue: Asunción, Estadio de Los Defensores del Chaco, Paraguay
Attendance:           36,400       
Ecuador 0-Chile 0 (3-2 penalty kick shoot-out)

Date: September 29, 1988
Competition: Copa Boquerón
Venue: Asunción, Estadio de Los Defensores del Chaco
Attendance:  15,000       
Paraguay 3-Uruguay 1 (Ramón 'Eumelio' Palacios 40, Julio César Franco 44, Justo Jacquet 45 / Ruben  Da Silva 75)

2 comments:

  1. Date: September 7, 1988
    Competition: Friendly
    Venue:
    Attendance:
    Japan 0-Argentina (Olympic) 1 (????)

    Goal author was Alfaro Moreno

    Excellent blog!, It's my all time favourite

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