Shanghai Inter-city Invitational Tournament 1985-1989


Palmares

1985 Shanghai 
1987 Shanghai 
1989 Leningrad

1985

Participants:
Shanghai (China)
Rotterdam (Netherlands), represented by Sparta Rotterdam
Hamhung (North Korea)
Yokohama (Japan)
Hamburg (West Germany), represented by HummelsbŁttler SV
Osaka (Japan), represented by Yanmar Diesel

Group A
18- 7 Rotterdam 2-0 Hamhung
20- 7 Rotterdam 2-0 Osaka
        [Ronald Lengkeek 8', Bert Veldhoen 88']
22- 7 Osaka     0-0 Hamhung

1.ROTTERDAM  2  2  0  0  4- 0  4
2.HAMHUNG    2  0  1  1  0- 2  1
3.Osaka      2  0  1  1  0- 2  1
Note: Hamhung placed second after drawing of lots.

Group B
18- 7 Shanghai  2-1 Hamburg
        [Qin Guorong 64' 87' / Andreas Jeschke]
20- 7 Yokohama  3-1 Hamburg
22- 7 Shanghai  3-1 Yokohama

1.SHANGHAI   2  2  0  0  5- 2  4
2.YOKOHAMA   2  1  0  1  4- 4  2
3.Hamburg    2  0  0  2  2- 5  0

Semifinals
24- 7 Rotterdam 5-1 Yokohama
24- 7 Shanghai  2-0 Hamhung

Fifth place match
24- 7 Hamburg   1-1 Osaka       AET, 4-2 pen

Third place match
26- 7 Hamhung    -  Yokohama
        [Hamhung won]

Final
26- 7 Shanghai 2-0 Rotterdam    AET
        [Liu Haiguang 100', Qin Guorong 113']

Official awards
Best players (one from each team): Li Zhonghua (Shanghai), Louis van Gaal (Rotterdam),
 Pang Chang-Gun (Hamhung), Formtgoni Filho Jair (Yokohama), Stefan Studer (Hamburg),
 Hiroshi Sowa (Osaka).

1987

Aug 1-7

Group A
 1- 8 Osaka      2-1 Shanghai
        [Kajii Kataushi 58', Lin Zhihua 90' OG / Wang Chun 88']
 2- 8 Osaka       -  Karachi
 3- 8 Shanghai    -  Karachi 

 1.OSAKA (Japan)
 2.SHANGHAI (China)
 3.Karachi (Pakistan)

Group B
 1- 8 Yokohama   4-1 Hamhung
        [Koichi Hashiratani 43', Masaaki Sakaida 53' 77', Nobutoshi Kaneda 57' / Kim Yong-Chol 40']
 2- 8 Yokohama    -  Shanghai Youth
 3- 8 Hamhung     -  Shanghai Youth

 1.YOKOHAMA (Japan)
 2.HAMHUNG (North Korea)
 3.Shanghai Youth (China)

Semifinals
 5- 8 Shanghai   1-0 Yokohama
        [Zhu Youhong 88']
 5- 8 Osaka      1-0 Hamhung
        [Naohiko Minobe 26']

Third place match
 7- 8 Yokohama   5-0 Hamhung

Final
 7- 8 Shanghai   2-0 Osaka
        [Zhu Youhong 26' 71']

Note: it was reported that Shanghai youth were placed fifth, and Karachi sixth, so 
      perhaps there was a fifth place match.

1989

Aug 3-7

 3- 8 Yokohama   1-1 Leningrad
 3- 8 Shenzhou   2-0 Fenghua
 5- 8 Shenzhou   bt  Yokohama
 5- 8 Leningrad  bt  Fenghua
 7- 8 Yokohama   3-0 Fenghua
 7- 8 Leningrad  3-1 Shenzhou

 1.LENINGRAD (USSR)     3  2  1  0       5
 2.Shenzhou (Shanghai)  3  2  0  1       4
 3.Yokohama (Japan)     3  1  1  1       3
 4.Fenghua (Shanghai)   3  0  0  3       0


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Source: Xinhua General News

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