Finale UEFA Lige prvaka 2009. bilo je 54.finale UEFA Lige prvaka, 17. u trenutnom formatu; odigrano 27. svibnja 2009. na Stadio Olimpicu u Rimu kao vrhunac sezone 2008./09.Pobjednik susreta bila je španjolska Barcelona, koja je pobijedila engleski Manchester United rezultatom 2:0. In the semi-finals, Shakhtar could have been drawn against German clubs Hamburg or Werder Bremen, but instead a German–Ukrainian final was guaranteed when Hamburg and Werder Bremen were paired with each other, while Shakhtar were drawn with fellow Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv. The domestic cup winners of associations 14 (Turkey) was promoted from the second qualifying round to the play-off round. The 2009 UEFA Cup Final was the final match of the 2008–09 UEFA Cup, the 38th season of the UEFA Cup, UEFA's second-tier club football tournament. In the second game, Shakhtar hosted Barcelona and the two sides were set to share the points at 1–1 until Lionel Messi scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time in the second half and the Catalan giants won 2–1. Werder dominated the match against the Italians and were rewarded for their determination to score in the 63rd minute when Pizarro scored on the rebound from a spilled shot by Özil. Werder looked as though they were heading for a fourth-place finish in the group when in the next game in Nicosia, Anorthosis were leading 2–0 after 72 minutes, but a trip on Aaron Hunt in the penalty area allowed for Diego to score a penalty kick to make the score 2–1. After collecting a long pass on the right-wing, Ilsinho cut in towards goal, shifted his way past three Dynamo defenders and coolly placed the ball where the Dynamo keeper had no chance. Das Finale fand am 20. Kampen. [4] It was the second European football final to be held in Turkey, after the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, which was held in another Istanbul venue, the Atatürk Olympic Stadium. But in the 87th minute, Fabio Quagliarella breathed new life into Udinese's hopes, when he got a goal back from close range. UEFA Super Cup 2009 results page on offers results, UEFA Super Cup 2009 standings and match details. In the 41st minute, Diego received a yellow card for shoving fellow Brazilian Alex Silva, which ruled him out of the final. In the event of aggregate scores being equal after normal time in the second leg, the winning team will be that which scored more goals on their away leg: if the scores in the two matches were identical, extra time is played. 12 of the 32 ties were won by the lower-ranked team. In the 37th minute, Dynamo correctly had a goal ruled offsides. The match was played at the City of Manchester Stadium. This was the first time that the UEFA Cup Final had been held in Turkey and followed the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, which was held in Istanbul's Atatürk Olympic Stadium. Otherwise, this place is taken by the highest-placed league finishers that have not yet qualified for the European competitions. [3] Zenit Saint Petersburg were the defending champions but were eliminated by Udinese in the Round of 16. When the domestic cup winners (considered as the "highest-placed" qualifiers within the national association) also qualify for the Champions League, their UEFA Cup place is vacated, and the remaining UEFA Cup qualifiers are moved up one place, with the final place (with the earliest starting round) taken by the domestic cup runners-up, provided they do not already qualify for the Champions League or the UEFA Cup. The Hamburg goal woke up Werder, but Pizarro, Almeida, and substitute Rosenborg all squandered their chances to equalise. Aller tre måla vart skåra av brasilianarar. Werder were once again facing an Italian side; this time in the quarter-finals, and with their new Italian opponents being Udinese. The match was tense and thus not many clear cut chances to score were made, but Dynamo were clearly on top and a Shakhtar equaliser was looking unlikely until the 68th minute when substitute Willian crossed and Fernandinho bundled it into the goal to level the score at 1–1. Zur Teilnahme berechtigt waren alle Vereine, die zu Ende der vergangenen Saison einen der durch die UEFA-Fünfjahreswe… Hugo Almeida rescued a point for Werder in the 87th minute, when he scored after a cross from Mesut Özil was helped on by Duško Tošić. It looked as though the job was done for the Bremen club when they had a 3–0 lead over Udinese after just 69 minutes at the Weserstadion, through two goals from Diego and a solitary strike from Almeida. Unlike the Round of 32, teams from the same group or country may be drawn together from the Round of 16 onwards, meaning that they were entirely randomly drawn. Manchester City were the only team from the first qualifying round to reach the Round of 16. The first leg matches were played on 12 March, and the second leg matches were played on 18 March and 19 March 2009. In the home leg in Bremen, Milan went ahead in the 36th minute thanks to a Filippo Inzaghi goal. UEFA-Cup 2009 Halbfinale Werder Bremen - HSV 30.04.2009 Fans Die UEFA Europa League 2009/10 war die 39. The final was contested by Shakhtar Donetsk and Werder Bremen, with Shakhtar winning the match 2–1 after extra time. Udinese now needed two more goals to go through. A 115th-minute goal from substitute Pedro Rodríguez ended Shakhtar Donetsk's resistance and gave Barcelona a third UEFA Super … Source: Hammond, Mike, ed (2009). Olić responded in the 87th minute with another goal to even the aggregate score at 3–3, however Werder would still go through on the away goals rule. The only time that the two teams met in a final came in 1991, when they contested the 1991 Cup Winners' Cup final. superior goal difference from all group matches played; higher number of coefficient points accumulated by the club in question, as well as its association, over the previous five seasons. The Quarter-Final matches will take place on April 9 and 16, and the Semi-Finals on April 30 and May 7. The eight teams with the highest UEFA coefficient were allocated to Pot 1, the next eight teams to Pot 2, and so on. The 2009 UEFA Cup Final was the final match of the 2008–09 UEFA Cup, the 38th season of the UEFA Cup, UEFA 's second-tier club football tournament. As a result, the following changes to the default allocation system were made to compensate for the vacant title holder spot in the group stage:[11], A UEFA Cup place is vacated when a team qualifies for both the Champions League and the UEFA Cup, or qualifies for the UEFA Cup by more than one method. In the return leg in Marseille, Shakhtar got an important away goal in the 30th minute through a close-range Fernandinho strike, where he blasted it past the Marseille goalkeeper from a very tight angle, after Ilsinho had played him through. Translations in context of "league and cup appearances" in English-German from Reverso Context: In total Tschauner sat out for 49 league and cup appearances, and was part of five 1860 games and 40 games for 1860 II. It was also the last final to be held under the UEFA Cup name, as the competition was rebranded as the UEFA Europa League from the 2009–10 season. [1] This season was the final one to use the UEFA Cup format;[2] starting in 2009, the event was known as the UEFA Europa League. The draw of Dynamo-Shakhtar was met with great excitement by the Ukrainian public, who eagerly anticipated the showdown. to have more balance in the groups with respect to the coefficients. The matches were played on 18 September and 2 October 2008. In the 70th minute, 2004–05 UEFA Cup winners CSKA were left stunned when goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev, under pressure from Oleksandr Kucher, could only clear a looping cross from Fernandinho just a few meters ahead of him, where Luiz Adriano was perfectly positioned to hit it first time and score. Werder got the decisive goal ten minutes later after yet another Pizarro headed goal, this time from a cross from Sebastian Boenisch. Of the eight ties between a third-placed team and a first-placed team from the UEFA Cup group stage, two were won by the third-placed team; the winners were Braga and Paris Saint-Germain. Help for Odds Archive page: This page serves to display archive odds / historical odds of UEFA Cup 2008/2009 which is sorted in Europe category of OddsPortal odds comparison service. Dynamo hosted the first leg in Kiev, and it got off to a bad start for Shakhtar when Dmytro Chygrynskiy scored an own goal to give Dynamo the lead 1–0. Werder rebounded in the second match with a 1–1 draw in Milan against Internazionale, thanks to a Claudio Pizarro equaliser in the 62nd minute. In the return leg at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Werder got off to the best of starts, with Sebastian Prödl scoring in the fourth minute and Pizarro adding a second goal in the 27th minute. The European Football Yearbook 2009/10. The 40 teams in the draw were divided into five pots based on their UEFA coefficients. After Werder established their lead, further good news made its way to the Weserstadion, where news of a Panathinaikos goal against Anorthosis lifted spirits. It was also the last final to be held under the UEFA Cup name, as the competition was rebranded as the UEFA Europa League from the 2009–10 season.The final was contested by Shakhtar Donetsk and Werder Bremen, with Shakhtar winning the … Braga were the only team from the Intertoto Cup to reach the Round of 16 and were therefore awarded the title of Intertoto Cup winners. UEFA Cup. Finalen i UEFA-cupen i fotball 2009 fann stad på Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadı i Istanbul 20. mai 2009 framfor 37 357 tilskodarar. 2009 →. The first legs were played on 18 February and 19 February, and the second leg matches were played on 26 February 2009. After that, the tournament changed setup and was renamed Europa League, continue to Europe League winners and runners … [4], Below is the qualification scheme for the 2008–09 UEFA Cup:[5], Since the winners of the 2007–08 UEFA Cup, Zenit Saint Petersburg, qualified for the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League through domestic performance, the title holder spot reserved for them in the playoff round was vacated. Shakhtar dismantled Basel 5–0 in Donetsk and famously defeated a youthful Barcelona side 3–2 at the Camp Nou, (Barcelona had already secured first place in the group before the final match was played and were resting players ahead of an El Clásico league game against Real Madrid), thus Shakhtar finished the group stage with nine points in third place, eight points clear of Basel and just three points behind second placed Sporting CP. Fernandinho answered with a goal, however, in the 86th minute for Shakhtar, which put Shakhtar into the next round with a 3–1 aggregate victory. Just when Werder thought things would ease for them once they parachuted into the UEFA Cup, Werder were told that they faced another trip to the San Siro, except this time it would be against Milan, the favourites to win the UEFA Cup. Werder finished the 2007–08 Bundesliga in second place and received a spot in the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League group stage as a result. 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The final was played at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, home ground of Fenerbahçe, in Istanbul on 20 May 2009. Find out what chances and odds the teams had in historical matches, browse through historical odds archive of previous matches in UEFA Cup 2008/2009. Except for the final round, the rounds in the final phase are two-legged. Jádson doubled Shakhtar's lead just two minutes later, after playing a one-two with Willian. "Das Supertalent" 2. Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk)[8][9], Assistant referees: The draw for the Round of 16 also took place on 19 December 2008, immediately after the draw for the Round of 32. Halbfinale (TV Episode 2009) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Article summary. In the Round of 32 in the UEFA Cup, Shakhtar were paired with English side Tottenham Hotspur. Both teams were playing in their first UEFA Cup final, and Shakhtar were playing in their first final in any of the three major UEFA competitions; Werder Bremen beat Monaco 2–0 in the 1992 European Cup Winners' Cup Final. In the Round of 16, Werder were paired with French side Saint-Étienne. Find the perfect Werder Bremen V Hamburger Sv Uefa Cup stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. 2009 UEFA Cup Final. UEFA Cup finalen 2008 var en fodboldkamp der blev spillet den 14. maj 2008.Kampen blev spillet foran 43.878 tilskuere på City of Manchester Stadium i Manchester, og skulle finde vinderen af UEFA Cup 2007-08.De deltagende hold var russiske Zenit Skt. The competition brings together the top 32 football clubs in Europe in a year-long competition. A Fair Play place is taken by the highest-ranked team in the domestic Fair Play table that has not yet qualified for the Champions League or the UEFA Cup. Shortly after the start of the second half, Ismaël Bangoura equalised after a defensive mix-up allowed for Bangoura to have a clear shot on goal, which he finished well. The 2009 UEFA Cup final marked the first meeting between Shakhtar Donetsk and Werder Bremen, although Shakhtar had previously played nine matches against German sides (won 4, lost 3), while Werder had played just four matches against Ukrainian teams (won 2, lost 1). It looked all over in the second leg when Ivica Olić finished well in the 13th minute. Shakhtar easily progressed over the two-legged tie with two victories and an aggregate score of 5–1. Former Fenerbahçe player Can Bartu was appointed as ambassador of the final. It was the second most important international You don't know which match to watch today among more than 20,000 available on Footballia? The lower pots contained unranked teams from associations 34–53, together with Vėtra of Lithuania (the 33rd association). London: Carlton Books. Footballia Randomizer is a new tool that will take you to … Naldo put Werder ahead in the 20th minute, but Werder were left frustrated in the Weserstadion as they could not convert their dominance into more goals. In the return leg in Donetsk, Fernandinho converted a penalty in the 54th minute and evened the aggregate scoreline to 1–1. [24], The top three teams (highlighted in green) of each group qualified for the next round. 32 runners-up from associations 19–37, 39–50 and 53, 6 third-place finishers from associations 16–21, 7 third-place finishers from associations 9–15, 37 winners from the first qualifying round, 14 national cup winners from associations 1–14, 2 third-place finishers from associations 7–8, 5 fourth-place finishers from associations 4–8, 7 fifth-place finishers from associations 1–3, 5–8, 2 sixth-place finishers from associations 1–2, 32 winners from the second qualifying round, 24 top-three finishers from the group stage. With the aggregate at 2–2 and heading for extra time and potentially a penalty shootout, a moment of brilliance in the 89th minute from Ilsinho sent Shakhtar to Istanbul. The draw, which was conducted by UEFA General Secretary David Taylor, was held on Friday, 29 August 2008 at 13:00 CET in Monaco. Man of the Match: The group stage campaign started brightly for the Ukrainians, with a 2–1 over Basel in the Swiss city. It is UEFA 's second-tier club football tournament. UEFA Cup Finals 1971-72 to 2008-09 & Europa League Finals 2009-10 to 2019-20 The UEFA Cup was a football competition for European club teams, organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). Things got even better for Werder in the 83rd minute when Frank Baumann headed in to make it 3–2 on aggregate; Hamburg then needed two goals in the last seven minutes plus stoppage time to progress. UEFA Cup 2008/2009 Shakhtar 2007/2008 Zenit 2006/2007 Sevilla 2005/2006 Sevilla UEFA Super Cup 2020 Bayern 2019 Liverpool 2018 Atletico 2017 Real 2016 … With animosity running high between the two clubs and their respective supporters, this promised to be a fascinating clash for German football fans. Of the eight teams that entered the Round of the 32 from the UEFA Champions League group stage, two lost: Fiorentina and Bordeaux. The nine seeded losing teams, with their ranking, were: Everton (50), Rapid București (58), Beşiktaş (60), Sparta Prague (68), Dinamo București (69), Levski Sofia (80), Austria Wien (82), Rennes (97) and Hapoel Tel Aviv (108). The Germans did not give up however, and after creating a host of chances, Diego finally finished one off in the 84th minute to level the score at 1–1. Of the eight teams who had been placed in Pot 5 of the group stage draw, only Metalist Kharkiv and Saint-Étienne reached the Round of 16. The 2009 UEFA Cup Final was the final match of the 2008–09 UEFA Cup, the 38th season of the UEFA Cup, UEFA's second-tier club football tournament. UEFA Country Ranking The basis for the UEFA rankings is the performance of teams in the European Cups during a five year period. The match finished 2–2 and Werder won the round with an aggregate score of 3–3, through the away goals rule. 32 teams entered the tournament at the first round, along with the 32 winners from the previous round and the 16 losers from the Champions League third qualifying round. Jesús Calvo Guadamuro (Spain)[1] As champions of the 2007–08 Vyshcha Liha, Shakhtar were awarded a spot in the third qualifying round of the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League. The first meeting between the two sides came in the third r… In this round, each UEFA Cup group winner paired with the third-placed team from another UEFA Cup group and each UEFA Cup group runner-up paired with a third-placed team from the UEFA Champions League, with the only restriction on the draw being that teams from the same national association could not be drawn together. All the winners and runners-up trough the years of the UEFA Cup. Get the latest news, video and statistics from the UEFA Europa League; keep Thursday nights free for live match coverage. Werder Bremen fight back to beat Jol's Hamburg to the Uefa Cup final Published: 7 May 2009 Sportblog Hamburg look for Uefa Cup salvation at expense of Werder Bremen Nine of the 40 ties were won by the unseeded team. Fourth official: In each region of the draw for the second qualifying round, teams were divided into two pots, on the basis of UEFA coefficients. The first legs were played on 30 April and the second legs on 7 May. The draw was conducted by David Taylor and Can Bartu. Halbfinale (TV Episode 2009) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Shortly afterwards, Diego's shot from 25 metres rattled the crossbar. The final was played at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, home ground of Fenerbahçe, in Istanbul on 20 May 2009. All scorers 2008–09 UEFA Cup according to (excluding preliminary round) according to, This page was last edited on 19 December 2020, at 18:12. The very last UEFA Cup tournament was played in the season 2008-2009. 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