It was the 1999 UEFA Cup Final, and it was a battle between two of Europe’s top clubs. It was a close contest, but eventually, Parma won the trophy on penalties.
This was a huge achievement for the Italian club, as they had only been founded 22 years earlier.
They had knocked out some big names to reach the final, including Barcelona and Juventus. In the final itself, they were up against Lazio, who were also one of the best teams in Europe at that time. The match went to extra time after neither team could find a winner in regulation time.
And then, in the 112th minute, Hernan Crespo scored what turned out to be the winning goal. Parma held on to win 3-2 on aggregate, with Crespo’s goal proving to be decisive.
The 1999 UEFA Cup Final was a football match between Parma of Italy and Marseille of France. It was the final match of the 1998–99 UEFA Cup, the 38th season of Europe’s secondary club football tournament organised by UEFA. The final was played at Parc des Princes in Paris on 26 May 1999.
Parma won 3–0 to claim their second UEFA Cup title.
Who Won the Uefa Cup in 1999?
Liverpool F.C. won the UEFA Cup in 1999. This was their third European Cup victory, and they beat Spanish side Alavés 4-3 in a thrilling final. The game went to extra time after Alavés had equalised in the 90th minute, and Liverpool scored the winner in the 118th minute through substitute Robbie Fowler.
It was a memorable victory for Liverpool, and one that cemented their reputation as one of Europe’s top clubs.
When Did Parma Win Champions League?
Parma F.C. won the UEFA Cup in 1993, beating Juventus F.C. 3-1 on aggregate in the final. It was their first European trophy and they remains the only Italian club to win this competition. Parma also reached the semi-finals of the European Cup in 1995 but were defeated by eventual winners A.C Milan.
Who Won Uefa Cup in 2000?
The UEFA Cup was won by Galatasaray in 2000. The Turkish side beat Arsenal in the final, becoming the first and only non-European team to win the competition. It was a historic victory for Galatasaray and one that is still remembered fondly by fans of the club.
When Did Lazio Win Uefa Cup?
Lazio won the UEFA Cup in 1999, beating Mallorca 3-0 in the final. This was the first and only time that Lazio have won the competition, although they did reach the semi-finals in 1998.
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1999 Champions League Final Line Up
The 1999 Champions League Final was an epic battle between two European giants. Manchester United and Bayern Munich went head-to-head in what was a rematch of the previous year’s final. This time, it was United who came out on top, winning 2-1 thanks to two late goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Both teams were stacked with world-class talent, but it was United who had the edge on that fateful day in Barcelona. Here is a look at the starting lineups for both teams in that historic match. Manchester United: Peter Schmeichel; Gary Neville, Jaap Stam, Ronny Johnsen, Denis Irwin; David Beckham, Roy Keane, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs; Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke
2001 Uefa Cup Semi Final
In 2001, the UEFA Cup semi-final was held between Liverpool and Barcelona. The first leg was played at Camp Nou in Barcelona, with the second leg taking place at Anfield in Liverpool.
Liverpool went into the match as favourites, having beaten Barcelona in the Champions League final just two years previously.
However, it was Barcelona who took the lead in the first leg, with Patrick Kluivert scoring early in the second half. Liverpool fought back and equalised through Robbie Fowler, but they were unable to find a winner and the match ended 1-1. This meant that Liverpool had to score at least one goal in the second leg to progress to the final.
The second leg was a tense affair, with both teams having chances to win it. In the end, it was Liverpool who came out on top, thanks to a late goal from Steven Gerrard. This meant that Liverpool won 2-1 on aggregate and progressed to the UEFA Cup final.
The 1999 UEFA Cup Final was a football match that took place on 12 May 1999 at the Parc des Princes in Paris. It was contested by Spanish side Alavés and Italian side Parma. Alavés won 3–2 after extra time to record their only major European trophy.