2009 Norwegian Football Cup Final

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2009 Norwegian Football Cup Final
Cupfinalen 2009 straffespark.jpg
The penalty shootout
Event2009 Norwegian Football Cup
Aalesund won 5–4 on penalties
Date8 November 2009
VenueUllevaal Stadion, Oslo
RefereeKristoffer Helgerud
Attendance25,109[1]
2008
2010

2009 Norwegian Football Cup Final was played between Molde FK and Aalesunds FK on 8 November 2009 on Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, Norway.[1] With both clubs hailing from Møre og Romsdal, the match was dubbed as a local derby between the league silver medalists from Molde and the pride of Ålesund, who ended up as number four from the bottom in the league.

Molde played their fifth cup final, having won in 1994 and 2005, while Aalesund played their first cup final and had the chance to win the club's first trophy ever. Molde's captain Daniel Berg Hestad was a part of both the 1994 and the 2005 winning teams, while Knut Dørum Lillebakk, Øyvind Gjerde and Marcus Andreasson became cup champions in 2005. Both Glenn Roberts and Fredrik Carlsen had the chance to win their second straight cup after winning it with Vålerenga in 2008.

Route to the final[edit]

Molde Round Aalesund
Tornado Måløy (D3)
A
8–1
Biram Diouf 9', 36', 58', Steen 48', Skjølsvik 80',
Ertsås 86', Moström 88', Forren 90'
First Round Brattvåg (D3)
A
5–0
Silva 17', 55', Arnefjord 35', 53', Mathisen 90'
Hødd (D2)
A
2–0
Biram Diouf 63', 73' Second Round Kristiansund (D2)
A
2–0
Arneng 49', Larsen 68'
Kongsvinger (D1)
A
1–0
Ertsås 80' Third Round Stavanger (D1)
H
2–1
Roberts 50', Aarøy 53'
Alta (D1)
A
1–0
Skjølsvik 71' Fourth Round Sogndal (D1)
A
1–0
Mathisen 56
Rosenborg (TL)
H
5–0
Biram Diouf 10', Berg Hestad 52', Hoseth 57',
Paté Diouf 74', Mota 83'
Quarterfinal Stabæk (TL)
H
3–1
Parr 35', Jalasto 78', Stephenson 85'
Vålerenga (TL)
H
6–3 aet
Hoseth 78', 120', Paté Diouf 84', 95',
Thioune 105', 119'
Semifinal Odd Grenland (TL)
H
1–0
Aarøy 60'

Match[edit]

Details[edit]

Molde
Aalesund
Molde:
GK 1 Norway Knut Dørum Lillebakk
RB 2 Norway Kristoffer P. Vatshaug
CB 14 Norway Christian Steen
CB 24 Norway Vegard Forren
LB 5 Norway Øyvind Gjerde0 Substituted off 37'
RM 6 Norway Daniel Berg Hestad (c)0 Yellow card 40'
CM 8 Senegal Makhtar Thioune
LM 10 Norway Magne Hoseth0 Yellow card 17' 0 Substituted off 90+1'
RW 42 Senegal Pape Paté Diouf
CF 32 Senegal Mame Biram Diouf
LW 9 Sweden Mattias Moström0 Substituted off 62'
Substitutions:
GK 22 Norway Jan Kjell Larsen
DF 3 Sweden Marcus Andreasson0 Substituted in 37'
MF 4 Norway Thomas Holm0 Substituted in 62'
MF 15 Norway Aksel Berget Skjølsvik
MF 18 Brazil Valter Tomaz Júnior
FW 19 Brazil José Mota0 Substituted in 90+1'
FW 20 Norway Rune Ertsås
Head Coach:
Sweden Kjell Jonevret
Aalesund:
GK 13 Denmark Anders Lindegaard
RB 5 Finland Ville Jalasto
CB 2 Norway Amund Skiri
CB 4 Norway Jonatan Tollås Nation
LB 14 Norway Jonathan Parr
RM 18 Jamaica Khari Stephenson
CM 10 Sweden Johan Arneng (c)0 Yellow card 45+1'
CM 7 Norway Trond Fredriksen0 Substituted off 102'
LM 22 Norway Fredrik Carlsen 0 Yellow card 27' Yellow-red card 51'
CF 9 Norway Glenn Roberts0 Substituted off 60'
CF 25 Brazil Diego Silva 0 Substituted off 102'
Substitutions:
GK 1 Norway Sten Grytebust
FW 8 Norway Tor Hogne Aarøy Substituted in 102'
MF 11 Costa Rica Pablo Herrera Substituted in 60'
MF 17 Jamaica Demar Phillips Substituted in 102'
MF 19 Norway Peter Orry Larsen
FW 20 Norway Didrik Fløtre
MF 21 Norway Alexander Mathisen
Head Coach:
Norway Kjetil Rekdal

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
    • Kim André Johnsen (Enebakk Fotball)
    • Harald Strand (Midtbygdens IL)
  • Fourth official: Ken Henry Johnsen (IL Flint)

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cup final in Oslo, November 8". RSSSF.no. Retrieved 28 January 2016.