world cup golf.htm




Read information on world cup golf below and check out our world cup trivia below.


World Club Cup - 1990

Group D

West Germany


Jun 09  Bologna     Colombia      v UA Emirates  
Jun 10  Milan       West Germany  v Yugoslavia   
Jun 14  Bologna     Colombia      v Yugoslavia   
Jun 15  Milan       UA Emirates   v West Germany 
Jun 19  Milan       West Germany  v Colombia     
Jun 19  Bologna     Yugoslavia    v UA Emirates  


Colombia V United Arab Emirates   2-0
Colombia took the lead early on in the second half with a goal by Bernardo Redin. Late on in the match Carlos Valderama added a second for Colombia to seal the victory, which was one of the most spectacular goals of the tournament.


West Germany  v Yugoslavia    4-1

This match produced without a doubt the best team performance of the world cup. West Germany were outstanding, they totally dominated the match and made Yugoslavia look very ordinary. Before the tournament West Germany were fancied by many as one of the favorites to win Italia 90. The created many opening in the first half hour and dominated possession. Rudi Voller came close on a couple of occasions early on in the match. On the half hour mark West Germany finally broke the dead lock by a fine goal from german captain Lothar Mattaus, he followed a pass from Stefan reuter and turned and smashed the ball into the back of the net from 20 yards out. Ten minutes later Klinsmann scored a second where he headed a cross from Andreas Brehme. West Germany went into the interval 2-0 up, and deservedly so. The second half continued at the same pace as the first half with the Germans dominating possession, however against the run of play Davor Jozik scored for Yugoslavia, to put them back into the match. Lothar Mattaus instantly replied scoring West Germany’s third and his second, with a fantastic run, beating a couple of Yougoslav players, and smashing ther ball perfectly into the corner of the net from 25 yards out. West Germany continued to pile on the pressure, with Voller coming close again on a couple of occasions. Voller finally scored the goal he deserved with fiftenn minutes left. West Germany could have easily scored a fifth on a few occasions., howver the scoreline remained at 4-1, and West Germany showed the entire world what a quality side they really are.


Colombia      v Yugoslavia    0 -1
Yugoslavia won this encounter 1-0, thanks to a Davor Jozic goal scored in the 75th minute of the match, which put them back into the group, after there heavy defeat to West Germany.


UA Emirates   v West Germany    1-5
West Germany continued their brilliant form, after there emphatic victory against Yugoslavia, they were hoping for a similar performance against UAE. After dominating the first 35 minutes of play, Rudi Voller finally scored in the 35th minute of the match to give the Germans the lead. Klinsmann immediately made it 2-0 a minute later. Unexpectingly UAE pulled a goal back right after half time with a goal by Khalid Ismail Mubarak. Immediately after Lothar Mattaus scored a third for the Germans, following an Andreas Brehme pass. Uwe Bein scored a fourth for the Germans. Voller then scored his second of the match with 15 minutes to go and ensured an excellent Victory for West Germany against the Asian minnows.



West Germany  v Colombia     1-1
West Germany nearly ruined Colomba’s day, by taking the lead from a very late goal by Pierre Litbarski, howver Colombia equalized in injury time, the move started from an excellent Valderama run, he then supplied the perfect pass to Fredy Rincon, who then scored the equalizer for Colombia, which ensured there place in the final 16.


Yugoslavia    v UA Emirates   4-1

Yogualvai scored two goals in the first 10 minutes, which really set the pace for the rest of the match. U.A.E pulled a goal back with a goal midway through the first half, however Yugoslavia’s superiority shined through and they scored two second half goals, coming from Darko Pancev and Robert Prosinecki.





Partner Websites: Football Yoko Height Increase Health details Fa Cup Football Posters

© 2006 World Cup Years Ltd.