UEFA Euro 2000 Group C

Group C of UEFA Euro 2000 began on 13 June and ended on 21 June 2000. Spain won the group ahead of FR Yugoslavia. Norway and Slovenia were eliminated.

TeamsEdit

Draw position Team Pot Method of
qualification
Date of
qualification
Finals
appearance
Last
appearance
Previous best
performance
UEFA Rankings
November 1999[nb 1]
FIFA Rankings
June 2000
C1   Spain 1 Group 6 winner 8 September 1999 6th 1996 Winners (1964) 1 4
C2   Norway 2 Group 2 winner 8 September 1999 1st Debut 3 7
C3   FR Yugoslavia[nb 2] 3 Group 8 winner 9 October 1999 5th[nb 3] 1984 Runners-up (1960, 1968) 9 10
C4   Slovenia 4 Play-off winner 17 November 1999 1st Debut 36 46

Notes

  1. ^ The UEFA rankings of November 1999 were used for seeding for the final draw.
  2. ^ From 1960 to 1984, FR Yugoslavia competed as Yugoslavia.
  3. ^ FR Yugoslavia were initially to appear in 1992 (after qualifying as Yugoslavia), but were replaced after being banned by the United Nations from all international sport.

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Spain 3 2 0 1 6 5 +1 6 Advance to knockout stage
2   FR Yugoslavia 3 1 1 1 7 7 0 4[a]
3   Norway 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 4[a]
4   Slovenia 3 0 2 1 4 5 −1 2
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Head-to-head result: Norway 0–1 FR Yugoslavia.

In the quarter-finals,

  • The winner of Group C, Spain, advanced to play the runner-up of Group D, France.
  • The runner-up of Group C, FR Yugoslavia, advanced to play the winner of Group D, Netherlands.

MatchesEdit

Spain vs NorwayEdit

Spain  0–1  Norway
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Spain
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Norway
GK 22 José Francisco Molina
RB 2 Míchel Salgado   69'
CB 6 Fernando Hierro (c)
CB 18 Paco
LB 3 Agustín Aranzábal
RM 17 Joseba Etxeberria   17'   72'
CM 4 Pep Guardiola
CM 21 Juan Carlos Valerón   80'
LM 8 Fran   72'
CF 10 Raúl
CF 20 Ismael Urzaiz
Substitutions:
MF 16 Gaizka Mendieta   72'
FW 11 Alfonso   72'
MF 7 Iván Helguera   80'
Manager:
José Antonio Camacho
 
GK 1 Thomas Myhre
RB 14 Vegard Heggem
CB 4 Henning Berg (c)   59'
CB 3 Bjørn Otto Bragstad
LB 2 André Bergdølmo   32'
CM 19 Eirik Bakke
CM 11 Bent Skammelsrud
CM 7 Erik Mykland
RF 18 Steffen Iversen   89'
CF 9 Tore André Flo   71'
LF 20 Ole Gunnar Solskjær
Substitutions:
DF 16 Dan Eggen   59'
FW 17 John Carew   71'
MF 21 Vidar Riseth   89'
Manager:
Nils Johan Semb

Man of the Match:
Erik Mykland (Norway)[1]

Assistant referees:
Kurt Ertl (Germany)
Igor Šramka (Slovakia)
Fourth official:
Dick Jol (Netherlands)

FR Yugoslavia vs SloveniaEdit

FR Yugoslavia  3–3  Slovenia
Report
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FR Yugoslavia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Slovenia
GK 22 Ivica Kralj
RB 2 Ivan Dudić
CB 5 Miroslav Đukić
CB 11 Siniša Mihajlović   56'   60'
LB 21 Albert Nađ
RM 6 Dejan Stanković   36'
CM 7 Vladimir Jugović
CM 4 Slaviša Jokanović
LM 17 Ljubinko Drulović
CF 8 Predrag Mijatović (c)   82'
CF 18 Darko Kovačević   52'
Substitutions:
MF 10 Dragan Stojković   36'
FW 9 Savo Milošević   60'
FW 20 Mateja Kežman   89'
Manager:
Vujadin Boškov
 
GK 12 Mladen Dabanovič
CB 3 Željko Milinovič
CB 5 Marinko Galič
CB 4 Darko Milanič (c)   32'
RM 7 Džoni Novak
CM 8 Aleš Čeh
CM 11 Miran Pavlin   74'
LM 19 Amir Karić   78'
AM 10 Zlatko Zahovič
CF 13 Mladen Rudonja
CF 9 Sašo Udovič   64'
Substitutions:
MF 18 Milenko Ačimovič   64'
MF 21 Zoran Pavlović   74'
FW 20 Milan Osterc   78'
Manager:
Srečko Katanec

Man of the Match:
Zlatko Zahovič (Slovenia)[2]

Assistant referees:
Nicolae Grigorescu (Romania)
Dramane Dante (Mali)
Fourth official:
Graham Poll (England)

Slovenia vs SpainEdit

Slovenia  1–2  Spain
Report
Attendance: 51,300
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Slovenia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain
GK 12 Mladen Dabanovič
CB 3 Željko Milinovič
CB 5 Marinko Galič
CB 4 Darko Milanič (c)   24'   68'
RM 7 Džoni Novak   53'
CM 8 Aleš Čeh
CM 11 Miran Pavlin   11'   82'
LM 19 Amir Karić   85'
AM 10 Zlatko Zahovič
CF 13 Mladen Rudonja
CF 9 Sašo Udovič   46'
Substitutions:
FW 20 Milan Osterc   46'
DF 6 Aleksander Knavs   68'
MF 18 Milenko Ačimovič   82'
Manager:
Srečko Katanec
 
GK 1 Santiago Cañizares
RB 2 Míchel Salgado
CB 6 Fernando Hierro (c)
CB 5 Abelardo
LB 3 Agustín Aranzábal   62'
RM 17 Joseba Etxeberria
CM 4 Pep Guardiola   81'
CM 21 Juan Carlos Valerón   89'
LM 16 Gaizka Mendieta
CF 10 Raúl
CF 11 Alfonso   71'
Substitutions:
FW 20 Ismael Urzaiz   71'
MF 7 Iván Helguera   82'   81'
MF 15 Vicente Engonga   89'
Manager:
José Antonio Camacho

Man of the Match:
Raúl (Spain)[3]

Assistant referees:
Kurt Ertl (Germany)
Jaap Pool (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Anders Frisk (Sweden)

Norway vs FR YugoslaviaEdit

Norway  0–1  FR Yugoslavia
Report
Attendance: 28,750
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Norway
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FR Yugoslavia
GK 1 Thomas Myhre
RB 14 Vegard Heggem   35'
CB 16 Dan Eggen
CB 3 Bjørn Otto Bragstad
LB 2 André Bergdølmo
CM 19 Eirik Bakke   66'   76'
CM 11 Bent Skammelsrud (c)
CM 7 Erik Mykland   31'
RF 18 Steffen Iversen   71'
CF 9 Tore André Flo
LF 20 Ole Gunnar Solskjær
Substitutions:
DF 22 Stig Inge Bjørnebye   35'
FW 17 John Carew   71'
MF 6 Roar Strand   76'
Manager:
Nils Johan Semb
 
GK 22 Ivica Kralj
RB 13 Slobodan Komljenović
CB 5 Miroslav Đukić
CB 14 Niša Saveljić
LB 3 Goran Đorović
RM 10 Dragan Stojković (c)   84'
CM 7 Vladimir Jugović   81'
CM 4 Slaviša Jokanović   28'   89'
LM 17 Ljubinko Drulović   81'
CF 8 Predrag Mijatović   87'
CF 9 Savo Milošević
Substitutions:
MF 21 Albert Nađ   84'
FW 20 Mateja Kežman   88'   87'
MF 16 Dejan Govedarica   90+2'   89'
Manager:
Vujadin Boškov

Man of the Match:
Dragan Stojković (FR Yugoslavia)[4]

Assistant referees:
Eddie Foley (Republic of Ireland)
Roland Van Nylen (Belgium)
Fourth official:
Kyros Vassaras (Greece)

FR Yugoslavia vs SpainEdit

FR Yugoslavia  3–4  Spain
Report
Attendance: 26,611
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FR Yugoslavia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spain
GK 22 Ivica Kralj
RB 13 Slobodan Komljenović   27'
CB 5 Miroslav Đukić
CB 11 Siniša Mihajlović
LB 3 Goran Đorović   13'
RM 10 Dragan Stojković (c)   56'   68'
CM 7 Vladimir Jugović   46'
CM 4 Slaviša Jokanović   63'
LM 17 Ljubinko Drulović
CF 8 Predrag Mijatović
CF 9 Savo Milošević
Substitutions:
MF 19 Jovan Stanković   45'   13'
MF 16 Dejan Govedarica   46'
DF 14 Niša Saveljić   87'   68'
Manager:
Vujadin Boškov
 
GK 1 Santiago Cañizares
RB 2 Míchel Salgado   46'
CB 5 Abelardo (c)
CB 18 Paco   64'
LB 12 Sergi   62'
RM 16 Gaizka Mendieta
CM 4 Pep Guardiola
CM 7 Iván Helguera
LM 8 Fran   22'
CF 10 Raúl
CF 11 Alfonso
Substitutions:
FW 17 Joseba Etxeberria   22'
FW 9 Pedro Munitis   46'
FW 20 Ismael Urzaiz   64'
Manager:
José Antonio Camacho

Man of the Match:
Pep Guardiola (Spain)[5]

Assistant referees:
Jacques Poudevigne (France)
Turgay Güdü (Turkey)
Fourth official:
Michel Piraux (Belgium)

Slovenia vs NorwayEdit

Slovenia  0–0  Norway
Report
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Graham Poll (England)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Slovenia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Norway
GK 12 Mladen Dabanovič
CB 3 Željko Milinovič
CB 5 Marinko Galič   83'
CB 6 Aleksander Knavs
RM 7 Džoni Novak
CM 8 Aleš Čeh (c)
CM 11 Miran Pavlin   44'
LM 19 Amir Karić
AM 10 Zlatko Zahovič
CF 13 Mladen Rudonja
CF 17 Ermin Šiljak   86'
Substitutions:
MF 18 Milenko Ačimovič   83'
FW 20 Milan Osterc   86'
Manager:
Srečko Katanec
 
GK 1 Thomas Myhre
RB 2 André Bergdølmo
CB 16 Dan Eggen
CB 3 Bjørn Otto Bragstad
LB 22 Stig Inge Bjørnebye
RM 18 Steffen Iversen
CM 7 Erik Mykland   24'
CM 8 Ståle Solbakken (c)
LM 20 Ole Gunnar Solskjær   59'
CF 17 John Carew   61'
CF 9 Tore André Flo
Substitutions:
MF 19 Eirik Bakke   61'   82'
MF 6 Roar Strand   82'
Manager:
Nils Johan Semb

Man of the Match:
Erik Mykland (Norway)[6]

Assistant referees:
Philip Sharp (England)
Emanuel Zammit (Malta)
Fourth official:
Vítor Melo Pereira (Portugal)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Spain unable to breach Norway defence". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 13 June 2000. Archived from the original on 4 March 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  2. ^ "A typical derby match". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 13 June 2000. Archived from the original on 1 February 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  3. ^ "Slovenia prove their quality". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 18 June 2000. Archived from the original on 17 June 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Not a great advert". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 18 June 2000. Archived from the original on 8 March 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  5. ^ "Fine line between disaster and heroism". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 21 June 2000. Archived from the original on 13 February 2001. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  6. ^ "12 seconds from the quarter-finals". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 21 June 2000. Archived from the original on 29 August 2000. Retrieved 1 July 2013.

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