2020 Emir of Qatar Cup

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Emir Cup 2020 (Qatar)
Country Qatar
Dates5 February – 18 December
Teams16
ChampionsAl Sadd (17th title)
Runners-upAl Arabi
Matches played8
Goals scored23 (2.88 per match)
2019
2021

The 2020 Emir of Qatar Cup is the 48th edition of the Qatari cup tournament in men's football. It will be played by the first and second level divisions of the Qatari football league structure. The cup winner is guaranteed a place in the 2021 AFC Champions League. It was postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic in Qatar.


Note: all matches in Qatar time (GMT+3).

Round of 16[edit]

5 February 2020 Al-Sailiya 2–1Umm-SalalDoha
16:30 Boussoufa Goal 44' (pen.)
Yousef Goal 51'
Report[1] Nasser Al-Nassr Goal 81' Stadium: Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium
5 February 2020 Al-Rayyan 4–0Al-MesaimeerDoha
19:00 Boli Goal 11'82'
Muftah Goal 37'
Tabata Goal 90+2'
Report[2] Stadium: Hamad bin Khalifa Stadium
6 February 2020 Al-Sadd 3–1Al-KharaitiyatDoha
16:30 Hassan Goal 1'
Bounedjah Goal 25'82'
Report[3] Tiberkanine Goal 20' Stadium: Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
Referee: Saoud Al Athbah
6 February 2020 Al-Duhail 4–0MuaitherDoha
19:00 Kwang-song Goal 42'44'
Almoez Ali Goal 45'
Muntari Goal 69'
Report[4] Stadium: Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
7 February 2020 Al-Ahli 2–1Qatar SCDoha
19:00 Benson Goal 34'
Diamé Goal 88'
Report[6] Rashidov Goal 64' Stadium: Grand Hamad Stadium
8 February 2020 Al-Gharafa0–1 Al-Markhiya Al Rayyan
19:00 Report[8] Aden Goal 63' Stadium: Thani bin Jassim Stadium
Referee: Abdulrahman Al Marri

Quarter-finals[edit]

11 March 2020 Al-Arabi 3–0Al-AhliDoha
18:30 Lasogga Goal 6'22'
Al-Malki Goal 70'
Report[9] Stadium: Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
Referee: Khamis Al Marri
12 March 2020 Al-Markhiya 1–0Al-RayyanDoha
18:30 Ahmed Kanu Goal 82' (pen.) Report[10] Stadium: Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
Attendance: 0 (close doors)
Referee: Mashari Al Shummari
Note: due to coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Football Association decided to be all matches played behind closed doors.[11]
13 March 2020 Al-Wakrah2–2
(1–4 p)
Al-Sadd Doha
18:30 Muneer Goal 66'
Mahmoud Goal 83'
Fabián Goal 43'
Hashim Ali Goal 56'
Stadium: Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
Attendance: 0 (close doors)
Referee: Mohammed Al Shummari
Penalties
Lucas Mendes Penalty missed
Ali Malolah Penalty missed
Ismail Mahmoud Penalty scored
Penalty scored Akram Afif
Penalty scored Nam Tae-hee
Penalty scored Boualem Khoukhi
Penalty scored Marco Fabián
Note: due to coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Football Association decided to be all matches played behind closed doors.[11]
14 March 2020 Al-Duhail 4–0Al-SailiyaDoha
18:30 Edmilson Goal 24' (pen.)
Al-Ahrak Goal 49'
Almoez Ali Goal 52'
Moustafa Goal 65'
Report[12] Stadium: Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
Attendance: 0 (close doors)
Note: due to coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Football Association decided to be all matches played behind closed doors.[11]

Semi-finals[edit]

Final[edit]

Al-Arabi1–2Al-Sadd
Gunnarsson Goal 23' Report Bounedjah Goal 3'44'
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Saoud Ali Al Adba
GK 21 Qatar Mahmud Abunada
DF 5 Spain Marc Muniesa
MF 6 Qatar Abdullah Marafee
MF 7 Iran Mehrdad Mohammadi
MF 8 Qatar Ahmed Fatehi
FW 13 Qatar Sebastián Soria
DF 15 Qatar Jassem Gaber Substituted off 73'
MF 17 Iceland Aron Gunnarsson
DF 23 Qatar Fahad Shonain Yellow card 90+2'
DF 24 Algeria Ayoub Azzi Yellow card 69'
MF 99 Iran Mehdi Torabi Substituted off 66'
Substitutes :
FW 20 Qatar Abdulaziz Al Ansari Substituted in 73'
MF 11 Qatar Mohammed Salah Al-Neel Substituted in 66'
Manager :
Iceland Heimir Hallgrímsson
GK 22 Qatar Meshaal Barsham
DF 3 Qatar Abdelkarim Hassan Yellow card 33' Substituted off 72'
DF 16 Qatar Boualem Khoukhi Yellow card 50'
DF 2 Qatar Pedro Miguel
DF 7 Qatar Mohammed Waad Substituted off 46'
MF 5 South Korea Jung Woo-young
MF 13 Brazil Guilherme Torres
MF 18 Spain Santi Cazorla
FW 10 Qatar Hassan Al-Haidos Substituted off 72'
FW 45 Qatar Akram Afif Yellow card 90' Substituted off 90+1'
FW 11 Algeria Baghdad Bounedjah Substituted off 90+4'
Substitutes :
FW 17 Qatar Rodrigo Tabata Substituted in 72'
MF 8 Qatar Ali Assadalla Substituted in 90+4'
MF 19 South Korea Nam Tae-hee Substituted in 46'
DF 70 Qatar Musab Kheder Substituted in 72'
MF 37 Qatar Ahmed Suhail Substituted in 90+1'
Manager :
Spain Xavi Hernández

Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:
Majid Al-Shammari
Zahy Al Shmari
Fourth official:
Abdulhadi Al Rowaily
Assistant video assistant referees:


Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which up to three may be used.

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 12 March 2020.

Note: Players and teams in bold are still active in the competition.

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Germany Pierre-Michel Lasogga Al-Arabi 3
2 Ivory Coast Yohan Boli Al-Rayyan 2
Algeria Baghdad Bounedjah Al-Sadd
North Korea Han Kwang-song Al-Duhail

References[edit]

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