Emirates Cup 2008

Date: Aug 2-3, 2008
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
Teams: Arsenal (England)
       Hamburg SV (Germany)
       Juventus (Italy)
       Real Madrid (Spain)

[Aug 2]

Hamburg SV 1 (Mohamed Zidan 53)
Real Madrid 2 (Ruud van Nistelrooy 26, Daniel Parejo 85)
HT: 1-0. Ref: Alan Kelly (Ireland Republic).
HSV: 1-Frank Rost ; 20-Guy Demel (30-Collin Benjamin 46), 10-Vincent
     Kompany, 5-Joris Mathijsen, 3-Thimothee Atouba (40-Dennis Aogo 60);
     8-Nigel de Jong, 14-David Jarolim; 15-Piotr Trochowski (4-Bastian
     Reinhardt 46), 21-Jonathan Pitroipa (32-Anis Ben-Hatira 68);
     9-Jose Paolo Guerrero (35-Tunay Torun 71), 11-Ivica Olic
     (7-Mohamed Zidan 46).
Coach: Martin Jol.
RMD: 25-Jerzy Dudek; 2-Michel Salgado (Juan Miguel Callejon 80),
     16-Gabriel Heinze, 24-Javier Garcia, 22-Miguel Torres; 23-Wesley
     Sneijder (Daniel Parejo 66), 14-Guti (19-Julio Baptista 56),
     6-Mahamadou Diarra, 11-Arjen Robben (10-Robinho 73); 7-Raul
     Gonzalez  (20-Gonzalo Higuain 56), 17-Ruud van Nistelrooy
     (9-Javier Saviola 56).
Coach: Bernd Schuster.

Arsenal 0
Juventus 1 (David Trezeguet 38)
HT: 0-1. Ref: Peter Walton (England).
ARS: 21-Lukasz Fabianski; 6-Philippe Senderos  (10-William Gallas 46
     2), 31-Justin Hoyte (3-Bacary Sagna 60), 20-Johan Djourou,
     27-Emmanuel Eboue (8-Samir Nasri 60), 15-Denilson, 40-Kieran Gibbs,
     16-Aaron Ramsey (2-Abou Diaby 46), 55-Jack Wilshere (14-Theo
     Walcott 60), 12-Carlos Vela (25-Emmanuel Adebayor 46), 26-Nicklas
     Bendtner.
Coach: Arsene Wenger.
JUV: 1-Gianluigi Buffon ; 4-Olof Mellberg, 21-Zdenek Grygera,
     3-Giorgio Chiellini, 28-Cristian Molinaro, 11-Pavel Nedved
     (7-Hasan Salihamidzic 61), 32-Marco Marchionni (18-Christian
     Poulsen 77), 22-Mohamed Sissoko (Fausto Rossi 82), 30-Tiago Mendes
     (27-Albin Ekdal 77), 9-Vincenzo Iaquinta (8-Amauri 69), 17-David
     Trezeguet (16-Mauro Camoranesi 69).
Coach: Claudio Ranieri.


[Aug 3]

Hamburg SV 3 (Jose Paolo Guerrero 19, Ivica Olic 90+2, 90+3)
Juventus 0
HT: 1-0. Ref: Chris Foy (England).
HSV: 1-Frank Rost ; 19-Jerome Boateng, 30-Collin Benjamin, 4-Bastian
     Reinhardt, 3-Thimothee Atouba; 8-Nigel de Jong (16-Anton Putsilo
     46), 14-David Jarolim (32-Anis Ben-Hatira 70); 7-Mohamed Zidan
     (35-Tunay Torun 87), 15-Piotr Trochowski, 11-Ivica Olic; 9-Jose
     Paolo Guerrero (40-Dennis Aogo 65).
Coach: Martin Jol.
JUV: 12-Antonio Chimenti; 5-Jonathan Zebina (28-Cristian Molinaro 46;
     30-Tiago Mendes 88), 33-Nicola Legrottaglie, 15-Dario Knezevic
     (3-Giorgio Chiellini 56), 7-Hasan Salihamidzic; 27-Albin Ekdal
     (32-Marco Marchionni 52), 18-Christian Poulsen (9-Vincenzo
     Iaquinta 72), Fausto Rossi (21-Zdenek Grygera 46), 16-Mauro
     Camoranesi; 8-Amauri, 7-Alessandro Del Piero .
Coach: Claudio Ranieri.
Booked: JUV - Salihamidzic, Camoranesi, Chiellini.

Arsenal 1 (Emmanuel Adebayor 49pen)
Real Madrid 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 60,081. Ref: Mark Clattenburg (England).
ARS: 1-Manuel Almunia; 2-Abou Diaby (16-Aaron Ramsey 73), 3-Bacary
     Sagna, 6-Philippe Senderos, 10-William Gallas  (20-Johan Djorou
     88); 8-Samir Nasri (55-Jack Wilshere 74), 11-Robin van Persie
     (12-Carlos Vela 64), 15-Denilson, 22-Gael Clichy; 25-Emmanuel
     Adebayor (26-Nicklas Bendtner 74), 14-Theo Walcott (27-Emmanuel
     Eboue 64).
Coach: Arsene Wenger.
RMD: 25-Jerzy Dudek; 2-Michel Salgado, 16-Gabriel Heinze, 24-Javier
     Garcia, 22-Miguel Torres; 6-Mahamadou Diarra (Ruben De la Red 78),
     14-Guti 2, Juan Miguel Callejon (23-Wesley Sneijder 46; Daniel
     Parejo 60), 19-Julio Baptista (11-Arjen Robben 46); 10-Robinho
     (9-Javier Saviola 60), 7-Raul Gonzalez  (17-Ruud van Nistelrooy
     46).
Coach: Bernd Schuster.

     Final standings      P   W   D   L   F   A   P   B   T
     1.Hamburg SV         2   1   0   1   4   2   3   4   7 - Champions
     2.Real Madrid        2   1   0   1   2   2   3   2   5
     3.Arsenal            2   1   0   1   1   1   3   1   4
     4.Juventus           2   1   0   1   1   3   3   1   4

GOALSCORERS:
2 - Ivica Olic (Hamburg SV);
1 - Ruud van Nistelrooy (Real Madrid), Mohamed Zidan (Hamburg SV),
    Daniel Parejo (Real Madrid), David Trezeguet (Juventus), Jose Paolo
    Guerrero (Hamburg SV), Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal).


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