Dunhill Cup 1999 (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

In Thong Nhat Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

[NB: several teams participate with their Olympic squads, including (at
     least) Bulgaria, China, Russia and South Korea.]

Group 1
29 Jan Vietnam   1-0 Singapore
         [56' Van Sy Hung; ref: Russamme (THAI)]
       Russia    2-0 Iran
         [43' and 73' Bvznikin; ref: Kamikawa (JPN); red: M. Mohamadi (IRN) 65']
31 Jan Vietnam   1-0 Russia
         [24' Nguyen Phi Hung; ref: Kamikawa (JPN)]
       Iran      5-0 Singapore
         [27' and 61' Baghmisheh, 34' Ali Karimi, 65' and 81' Jamshidi; 
          ref: A. Jerry (PHI)]
 2 Feb Singapore 1-1 Russia
         [86' Nazri bin Nasir; 90' Noor Mohd Ali (og); ref: A. Jerry (PHI)]
       Vietnam   2-2 Iran
         [16' Le Huynh Duc, 79' Nguyen Phi Hung; 84' Pejman Jamshidi, 89' Farzad Majidi; 
          ref: Kamikawa (JPN); red: Ali Karimi (IRN) and Ali Ansiri (IRN) 70']

 1.Vietnam             3  2  1  0  4- 2   7
 2.Iran                3  1  1  1  7- 4   4
 3.Russia              3  1  1  1  3- 2   4
 4.Singapore           3  0  1  2  1- 7   1

Group 2
30 Jan Malaysia  1-1 Bulgaria
         [21' G.Shanmugan; 82' Angel Stoykov; ref: Luong The Tai (VIET);
          red: Roussev (BG) 84' and Rajanikhand (MYA) 88']
31 Jan Sth Korea 2-1 China
         [24' and 52' Lee Dong-Gook; 64' Zhang Yuning (also credited to Mi Jin);
          ref: A. Jerry (PHI)]
 1 Feb Sth Korea 3-0 Malaysia
         [25' Kim Do-kyun, 38' Lee Dong-gook, 88' Choi Chul-woo; ref: N. Van Mui (VIET)]
       China     2-1 Bulgaria
         [36' Sui Dongliang, 90' Zhang Yuning; 11' Angel Stoykov; ref: Russamme (THAI); 
          red: Li Yi (CHN) 47']
 3 Feb Sth Korea 5-1 Bulgaria
         [1' and 71' (pen) Kim Dong-sun, 53' and 80' Sin Byung-ho, 62' Lee Kwan-wo; 
          9' Krassimir Tchomakov (pen); ref: Luong The Tai (VIET)]
       China     7-1 Malaysia
         [12' Sui Dongliang, 49' and 63' Peng, 52', 61' and 86' Zhang Yuning, 
          72' Yongkang; 16' Mohd Noor; ref: Russamme (THAI)]

 1.South Korea         3  3  0  0 10- 2   9
 2.China               3  2  0  1 10- 4   6
 3.Bulgaria            3  0  1  2  3- 8   1
 4.Malaysia            3  0  1  2  2-11   1

Semifinals 
 5 Feb Vietnam   1-4 China
         [90' T. Tien Anh; 13' and 75' Zhang Yuning, 15' Peng, 64' Yong; ref: Kamikawa (JPN)]
 5 Feb Sth Korea 2-0 Iran
         [46' Ki-Hyeon, 55' Dong-Gook; ref: A. Jerry (PHI)]

Final
 7 Feb Sth Korea 1-0 China
         [90' Chul Woo; ref: T. Kamikawa (JPN); red: Dong-Gook (CHN) and Weifeng (SK) 50']

Line-ups:

South Korea: Kim Tae Jin, Park Jin Sub, Park Jae Hong, Cho Se Kwon,
             Park Dong Hyuk, Chung Dae Hoon (Choi Chul Woo), Kim Do Kyun,
             Seol Ki Hyeon (Kim Dong Sun), Kim Nam Il (Lee Kwan Woo), 
             An Hyo Yeon, Lee Dong Gook.
China: Chen Dong, Tao Wei, Shu Chang, Li Weifeng, Zheng Zhi, Li Tie, 
       Zhao Junzhe, Sui Dongliang (Li Yan), Huang Yong, Wang Peng,
       Zhang Yuning (Li Yi/Zhang Ran).


Topscorers:

1. Zhang YUNING (China)                 7 goals
2. Lee DONG GOOK (South Korea)          4 goals
3. Pejman JAMSHIDI (Iran)               3 goals
   Wang PENG (China)                    3 goals
5. Ali BAGHMISHEH (Iran)                2 goals
   Maxim BVZNIKIN (Russia)              2 goals
   Sin BYUNG-HO (South Korea)           2 goals
   Choi CHUL WOO (South Korea)          2 goals
   Kim DONG SUN (South Korea)           2 goals
   Mohamad Ali KARIMI (Iran)            2 goals
   Nguyen PHI YUNG (Viet Nam)           2 goals
   Angel STOYKOV (Bulgaria)             2 goals

1997


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