Nehru Cup 1989


Played at the Fatorda Stadium (aka Nehru Stadium) in Margao, Goa, India

Group Stage

19- 1 Hungary Olympic  3-0 North Korea
        [Tamás Petres, László Gyenti, Zoltán Csucsánszky]
        [Crowd: 40000]
20- 1 India            0-2 Poland U21
        [Jacek Bayer 48', Mirosław Kubisztal 86']
        [Referee: Vadim Zhuk (USSR)]
21- 1 USSR U21         1-0 Iraq Youth
        [Igor Kolyvanov 43']
        [Referee: Sagar Sen (India)]
22- 1 Hungary Olympic  5-1 Poland U21
        [Róbert Jován 32' 59', Zoltán Csucsánszky 9' 78', Tamás Petres 80' / Zsolt Máriási 85' OG]
23- 1 North Korea      0-0 Iraq Youth
24- 1 India            0-2 USSR U21
        [Andrey Kobelev 81', Gela Ketashvili 87' pen]
        [Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)]
        [Note: first goalscorer also reported as Andrey Pyatnitskiy]
25- 1 Hungary Olympic  1-0 Iraq Youth
26- 1 USSR U21         2-0 Poland U21
        [Andrey Pyatnitskiy 8', Igor Shalimov 44']
        [Ref: Melvin D'Souza (India)]
27- 1 India            1-2 North Korea
        [Bikash Panji / ?]
28- 1 USSR U21         3-2 Hungary Olympic
        [Andrey Kobelev 12' 82', Revishvili 86' / ?]
        [Referee: Abdul Kader (Iraq)]
        [Sent off: Zsolt Petry (Hungary)]
        [Gela Ketashvili missed a penalty at 80']
29- 1 India            1-2 Iraq Youth
        [Satyajit Chatterjee / ?]
30- 1 North Korea      2-0 Poland U21
        [Chu Kyong-Sik 25', Ri Hyok-Chon 68']
        [Referee: Sagar Sen (India)]
        [Yellow cards: Ri Jong-Man / Marek Piotrowicz]
31- 1 India            0-1 Hungary Olympic
        [Róbert Jován 28']
 1- 2 USSR U21         1-0 North Korea
        [Sergey Pogodin 58']
        [Referee: Melvin D'Souza (India)]
 2- 2 Poland U21       1-1 Iraq Youth
        [Mirosław Kubisztal 86' / Wali Karim Mohammed 51']
        [Referee: Sayed Iqbal Ahmed (India)]
        [Yellow cards: Mirosław Kubisztal / Hamza Hadi Muhsin, Abdul Abbas]
         
 1.USSR U21         5  5  0  0  9- 2  10
 2.HUNGARY OLYMPIC  5  4  0  1 12- 4  8
 3.North Korea      5  2  1  2  4- 5  5
 4.Iraq Youth       5  1  2  2  3- 4  4
 5.Poland U21       5  1  1  3  4-10  3
 6.India            5  0  0  5  2- 9  0

Notes: The Hungarian team was in fact the club Videoton SC, which was appointed by the 
       MLSZ to play as Hungary's Olympic team in this tournament. Iraq's team was their
       national youth team in preparation for the World Youth Championship in February 1989.
       The standard of the North Korean team is not clear; this tournament clashes with the 
       Thai King's Cup 1989, in which a North Korean team also played. It is unclear which
       of the two teams (if any) was the national team. The Polish and Soviet teams were
       mostly the national under-21 squads, with the addition of two overage players
       (Poland: Kubisztal 25 and Bayer 24, USSR: Prudnikov 28 and Ketashvili 23).


Final
 4- 2 Hungary Olympic  2-0 USSR U21
        [Zoltán Csucsánszky 31', Róbert Jován 57']
        [Ref: Sagar Sen (India) - 4 yellow cards to each team]
        [Crowd: 60000]

Top scorer : Róbert Jován (Hungary), 6 goals


Hungary Olympic squad:
 János Koszta, Zsolt Petry, Zsolt Máriási, Csaba László, Gábor Horváth, László Emmer,
 István Sallói, Zoltán Csucsánszky, György Novath, Gyula Jónás, Róbert Jován, Tamás Petres,
 László Gyenti, Imre Kanyok, László Babai, József Király, István Földes, József Takács.

Hungary lineups:
 vs N.Korea      : Petry; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Sallói (Gyenti 39'), Emmer, Petres; Jónás, Csucsánszky, Jován.
 vs USSR (group) : Petry; Földes (Koszta), László, Nováth, Horváth; Máriási, Csucsánszky, Gyenti; Jónás, Jován, Petres.
 vs India        : Koszta; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Csucsánszky, Emmer, Gyenti; Jónás, Jován, Petres.
 vs USSR (final) : Koszta; Máriási, László, Novath, Horváth; Jónás, Emmer, Gyenti; Jován, Csucsánszky, Petres.


USSR U21 squad:
 Andrey Kovtun, Aleksey Prudnikov*, Dmitriy Chugunov, Gela Ketashvili*, Andrey Kobelev, Igor Kolyvanov,
 Aleksandr Mostovoy, Sergey Pogodin, Andrey Pyatnitskiy, Zaza Revishvili, Oleg Sergeyev,
 Igor Shalimov, Sergey Shmatovalenko, Yevgeniy Smertin, Kakhaber Tskhadadze.
* Prudnikov aged 28, Gela Ketashvili aged 23.

USSR lineups:
 vs Iraq            : Kovtun, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 86'), Smertin, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov.
 vs India           : Kovtun, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 65'), Smertin (Kobelev 46'), Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov.
 vs Poland          : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy, Kobelev, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov (Pogodin 46'), Kolyvanov (Sergeyev 60').
 vs Hungary (group) : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy (Pogodin 80'), Kobelev, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov, Kolyvanov (Sergeyev 72').
 vs North Korea     : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Kobelev (Mostovoy 60'), Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Pogodin, Sergeyev (Kolyvanov 75'), Smertin.
 vs Hungary (final) : Prudnikov, Ketashvili [c], Tskhadadze, Shmatovalenko, Chugunov, Mostovoy, Pyatnitskiy, Revishvili, Shalimov (Pogodin 15'), Kolyvanov, Kobelev (Smertin 46').


Poland U21 squad:
 Jacek Chyła, Grzegorz Maśnik, Dariusz Adamczuk, Jacek Bayer*, Artur Chwedczuk, Jacek Cyzio,
 Tomasz Dziubiński, Mateusz Jelonek, Waldemar Kamiński, Waldemar Kryger, Adam Książek, Mirosław Kubisztal*,
 Tomasz Łapiński, Marek Piotrowicz, Dariusz Sajdak, Dariusz Skrzypczak, Zbigniew Szewczyk.
* Kubisztal aged 25, Bayer 24.

Poland lineups:
 vs India        : Chyła, Adamczyk, Łapiński, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Skrzypczak (Sajdak), Chwedczuk, Jelonek (Kamiński), Cyzio, Bayer, Kubisztal.
 vs Hungary      : Maśnik, Adamczuk, Łapiński, Książek, Piotrowicz, Skrzypczak, Chwedczuk, Bayer, Cyzio, Sajdak (Jelonek).
 vs North Korea  : Chyła, Adamczuk (Książek), Łapiński, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Cyzio, Jelonek, Dziubiński, Kamiński, Bayer (Skrzypczak), Kubisztal.
 vs Iraq         : Maśnik, Chwedczuk, Książek, Piotrowicz, Kryger, Łapiński (Szewczyk), Cyzio, Skrzypczak (Kamiński), Jelonek, Kubisztal, Bayer.


India squad:
 Coach: Syed Nayeemuddin
 Technical director: T.Shanmugham
 Players: Henry Menezes, Debashish Mukherjee, Bibash Saha, Sharaf Ali, Amit Bhadra, Sudip Chatterjee, Mannivanan,
          M.Babu, Norbert Gonsalves, Derek Pereira, Williams, Satyajit Chatterjee, Bikash Panji, Savio Madeira,
          Anantha Kumar, Camillo Gonsalves, Mario Soares, John Araujo, Darbara Singh, Kuljit Singh, Sisir Ghosh,
          Syed Firoze, Santosh Kashyap, Mauricio Afonso.




Overview

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Sources: Xinhua General News, MTI, New Straits Times, www.indianfootball.de, www.niiis.com

Thanks: Sergey Gavrilov, Gwidon Naskrent, "Tanaka"

Prepared and maintained by Neil Morrison for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Neil Morrison
Last updated: 30 May 2013

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