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Sport On this day, Real Madrid won their second Intercontinental Cup

10:45  01 december  2020
10:45  01 december  2020 Source:   realmadrid.com

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Earlier, the team coached by Guus Hiddink had taken the lead thanks to an own goal. Roberto Carlos crossed from the left and Nasa, in his attempt to clear, turned the ball into his own goal. After the break, the Brazilians levelled the score through Juninho, but Raúl settled the game with a famous goal.

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Raúl's wonder goal is the moment from Real Madrid 's second Intercontinental Cup triumph that will live on forever in the memory of all Madridistas. The forward's effort won the game against Vasco da Gama seven minutes from time and handed the Whites the trophy for the first time in 38 years.

The victory meant Real Madrid got their hands on the Intercontinental Cup once again, 38 years on from lifting their first. LINE-UP: 2 - Real Madrid : Illgner, Panucci, Fernando Sanz, Hierro, Sanchís, Roberto Carlos, Savio (Suker, 90’), Redondo, Seedorf, Mijatovic (Jarni, 86’) and Raúl.

MATCH INFO:

2-Real Madrid: Illgner, Panucci, Fernando Sanz, Hierro, Sanchís, Roberto Carlos, Savio (Suker, 90’), Redondo, Seedorf, Mijatovic (Jarni, 86’) and Raúl.

1-Vasco de Gama: Carlos Germano, Vágner (Vítor, 81’), Odvan, Mauro Galvao, Felipe, Nasa, Juninho, Luizinho (Guilherme, 86’), Ramón (Válber, 89’), Donizete and Luizao.

Goals:

1-0 (min. 25): Nasa (o.g).

1-1 (min. 56): Juninho.

2-1 (min. 83): Raúl.

Stadium: National Stadium in Tokyo (Japan)

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