2020 Kyrgyzstan Cup

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2020 Kyrgyzstan Cup
Country Kyrgyzstan
Teams7
ChampionsAlay Osh
Runners-upAbdysh-Ata Kant
Matches played6
Goals scored16 (2.67 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Maksat Alygulov (3)
2019
2021

The 2020 Kyrgyzstan Cup is the 29th season of the Kyrgyzstan Cup, the knockout football tournament in Kyrgyzstan. The cup winner qualifies for the 2021 AFC Cup.

The draw of the tournament was held on 24 September 2020, based on the 2020 Kyrgyz Premier League final positions.[1] The seven teams which finished second to eighth in the league will participate. Dordoi, which finished first in the league, will not participate as they have already secured qualification for the 2021 AFC Cup.[2]

Quarter-finals[edit]

In the quarter-finals, the matchups were decided by draw:

  • Match 1: 8th vs 3rd
  • Match 2: 7th vs 4th
  • Match 3: 6th vs 5th

The matches, originally scheduled for 9 October, will be played on 16 October.[3]

Ilbirs0–2Neftchi
Bayaman Kumarbai uulu Yellow card 62'
Mamatzia Zholdoshov Yellow card 82'
Aydar Azhymambetov Yellow card 82'
Azhibek Ruslan uulu Red card 84'
Report Akhmedov Goal 31'
Umidillo Iminov Goal 53'
Azamat Abdullaev Yellow card 82'
Azamat Omuraliev Red card 84'
Nitro-Arena Stadium, Kant

Kara-Balta1–5Abdysh-Ata
Ermek Niyazaliev Goal 9'
Zhanysh Kurenkeev Yellow card 54'
Marat Dzhumabaev Yellow card 81'
Rustam Mayrambek uulu Yellow card 90'
Report Victor Amartey Yellow card 18'
Farhad Turdiev Goal 56' (o.g.)
Duyshobekov Goal 66' (pen.)
Maksat Alygulov Goal 88'90'
Eldiyar Sardarbekov Goal 90'
Central Stadium, Kant

Kaganat1–3Alay Osh
Kelechek Kasymov Yellow card 27'
Maksat Alimov Goal 51'
Bekzatbek Nasirov Yellow card 63'
Report Joel Kojo Goal 22'64'
Timur Talipov Yellow card 27'
Askarbek Saliev Yellow card 42'
Kelvin Inkoom Goal 90'
Dastan Alybekov Yellow card 90'
Sport-City Stadium, Kant

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals were played on 19 October 2020 after originally being scheduled for 12 October 2020.[3]

Abdysh-Ata1–0Alga
Davlyatzhan Baratov Yellow card 11'
Maksat Alygulov Goal 45'
Ata Geldyev Yellow card 54'
Rakhat Zhaparov Yellow card 90'
Report Vlasichev Yellow card 45'
Suyuntbek Mamyraliev Yellow card 46' Yellow-red card 83'
Central Stadium, Kant

Alay Osh1–1Neftchi
Nurlan Ryspaev Yellow card 25'
Abdurakhmanov Yellow card 29'
Erlan Mashirapov Goal 46'
Ajiniyazov Yellow card 63'
Joel Kojo Yellow card 77'
Gvanzav Magomedov Yellow card 90'
Report Argen Zhumataev Yellow card 29'
Akram Umarov Yellow card 45'
Azamat Abdullaev Yellow card 75'
Eldar Moldozhunusov Goal 81'
Penalties
5–3
Nitro-Arena Stadium, Kant

Final[edit]

The 2020 Kyrgyzstan Cup was played on 22 October 2020 after originally being scheduled for 15 October 2020.[3]

Alay Osh1–0Abdysh-Ata
Abdurakhmanov Yellow card 24'
Kelvin Inkoom Goal 36'
Taalaibek Uulu Baktai Yellow card 38'
Nurlan Ryspaev Yellow card 66'
Dastan Alybekov Yellow card 90'
Joel Kojo Yellow card 90'
Report Ata Geldyev Yellow card 31'
Ilgiz Ermekov Yellow card 41'
Duyshobekov Yellow card 85'
Central Stadium, Kant
Referee: Urmat Bayaliev

Goal scorers[edit]

As of match played 22 October 2020

3 goals:

2 goals:

1 goals:

Own goals:

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ОПРЕДЕЛЕНЫ МЕСТА ПРОВЕДЕНИЯ МАТЧЕЙ КУБКА КЫРГЫЗСКОЙ РЕСПУБЛИКИ ПО ФУТБОЛУ 2020". Kyrgyzstan Football Union. 24 September 2020.
  2. ^ "Central & South Asia Domestic Wrap: Dordoi power to title, Afghan Premier League returns". AFC. 2 October 2020.
  3. ^ a b c "КУБОК КЫРГЫЗСКОЙ РЕСПУБЛИКИ-2020 СТАРТУЕТ 16 ОКТЯБРЯ". Kyrgyzstan Football Union. 15 October 2020.