მსოფლიო საფეხბურთო ჩემპიონატი 1994
|მსოფლიო საფეხბურთო ჩემპიონატი 1994 |
World Cup '94
|ტურნირის ვადები||17 ივნისი - 17 ივლისი|
|დასწრება||3,587,538 (68,991 თამაშზე)|
|141 (2.71 თამაშში)|
|ბომბარდირ(ებ)ი|| ჰრისტო სტოიჩკოვი|
მსოფლიო საფეხბურთო ჩემპიონატი 1994 – რიგით მე-13 მსოფლიო საფეხბურთო ჩემპიონატი, რომელიც მიმდინარეობდა 1994 წლის 17 ივნისიდან - 17 ივლისამდე აშშ. ჩემპიონატის ფინალის ბედი გადაწყდა პენალტების სერიით. ბრაზილიამ მეოთხედ მოიპოვა მსოფლიო ჩემპიონის ტიტული.
Group stage[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
|ეს სტატია/სექცია ქართულ ენაზე თარგმნის პროცესშია.
თუ ფლობთ ამ ენას, თქვენც შეგიძლიათ მონაწილეობის მიღება.
In the following tables:
- Pld = total games played
- W = total games won
- D = total games drawn (tied)
- L = total games lost
- GF = total goals scored (goals for)
- GA = total goals conceded (goals against)
- GD = goal difference (GF−GA)
- Pts = total points accumulated
|Key to colours in group tables|
|Group winners, runners-up, and best four third-placed teams advance to the Round of 16|
Group A[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
The Group A game between the United States and Switzerland was the first ever to take place indoors, played under the roof at the Pontiac Silverdome.
Following the tournament, Colombian defender Andrés Escobar was shot dead on his return to Colombia, after his own goal had contributed to his country's elimination.
Victories against Colombia and the United States (in front of a crowd of 93,869) were enough to see Romania through as group winners, despite a 4–1 hammering by Switzerland in between. The magnitude of that victory allowed Switzerland to move ahead of the United States on goal difference, although the hosts qualified for the second round as one of the best third-placed teams.
Switzerland's 4–1 victory over Romania came nearly 40 years to the date of Switzerland's last World Cup victory, which was 23 June 1954 and that was also a 4–1 victory, on that occasion over Italy. The United States' 2–1 victory over Colombia was its first World Cup victory since 29 June 1950 when it upset England 1–0 in the 1950 World Cup. თარგი:1994 FIFA World Cup Group A
|18 June 1994|
|აშშ||1–1||შვეიცარია||Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac|
|კოლუმბია||1–3||რუმინეთი||Rose Bowl, Pasadena|
|22 June 1994|
|რუმინეთი||1–4||შვეიცარია||Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac|
|აშშ||2–1||კოლუმბია||Rose Bowl, Pasadena|
|26 June 1994|
|შვეიცარია||0–2||კოლუმბია||Stanford Stadium, Stanford|
|აშშ||0–1||რუმინეთი||Rose Bowl, Pasadena|
Group B[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
Group B produced two of the four semifinalists of this World Cup, and was also one of the two groups in which two, rather than three, sides would progress to the second round. Brazil and Sweden proved to be far stronger than Cameroon and Russia in every department. The game between the latter two broke two World Cup records. Oleg Salenko of Russia became the first – and remains the only – man ever to score five goals in a single World Cup game as Russia ran out 6–1 winners against their African opponents. The goals also ensured that Salenko finished the tournament joint-top scorer with six goals, having previously bagged one against Sweden. Cameroon left a mark too as Roger Milla, at the age of 42, became the oldest World Cup goalscorer of all time as he grabbed his side's consolation goal in the game. The result was not enough to take Russia through following heavy defeats at the hands of both Brazil and Sweden. Brazil overcame Cameroon with similar ease before a draw with Sweden confirmed top spot.
The Swedes also progressed, finishing in second place with five points. Sweden's 3–1 victory over Russia was the nation's first World Cup victory since 3 July 1974.
|19 June 1994|
|კამერუნი||2–2||შვედეთი||Rose Bowl, Pasadena|
|20 June 1994|
|ბრაზილია||2–0||რუსეთი||Stanford Stadium, Stanford|
|24 June 1994|
|ბრაზილია||3–0||კამერუნი||Stanford Stadium, Stanford|
|შვედეთი||3–1||რუსეთი||Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac|
|28 June 1994|
|რუსეთი||6–1||კამერუნი||Stanford Stadium, Stanford|
|ბრაზილია||1–1||შვედეთი||Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac|
C ჯგუფი[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
As was the case with Group B, Group C would only send two teams into the Round of 16 as Spain and defending champions Germany progressed to round two. Coming from two goals down with four minutes left to snatch a 2–2 draw against Spain, the South Koreans very nearly eclipsed that feat against Germany when they came from 3–0 down to lose narrowly 3–2. In spite of these comebacks, South Korea was held to a 0–0 draw against Bolivia in their other group game when a win would have seen them through. Spain's late implosion against the South Koreans effectively decided that it would be Germany who won the group and not them.
Germany, who defeated Bolivia 1–0 in the tournament's opening game, finished with seven points. Spain had to settle for second place despite leading in all three games.
Bolivia did make history in the World Cup as Erwin Sanchez scored the nation's first ever World Cup goal after not scoring at both the 1930 and 1950 World Cups.
|17 ივნისი 1994|
|გერმანია||1–0||ბოლივია||Soldier Field, ჩიკაგო|
|ესპანეთი||2–2||სამხრეთი კორეა||Cotton Bowl, დალასი|
|21 ივნისი 1994|
|გერმანია||1–1||ესპანეთი||Soldier Field, ჩიკაგო|
|23 ივნისი 1994|
|სამხრეთი კორეა||0–0||ბოლივია||Foxboro Stadium, Foxborough|
|27 ივნისი 1994|
|ბოლივია||1–3||ესპანეთი||Soldier Field, ჩიკაგო|
|გერმანია||3–2||სამხრეთი კორეა||Cotton Bowl, დალასი|
ჯგუფი D[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
Argentina collected a maximum of six points from their opening two games after beating Greece 4–0 in Foxboro before coming from behind to overcome the feisty Nigerians 2–1 on the same field four days later, yet still only finished third. The game against Greece had been won in style thanks mainly to a hat-trick from Gabriel Batistuta, yet it was the other goal in the game – from Diego Maradona – that hit the headlines. Nigeria had been very impressive on their World Cup debut, and despite the narrow loss to Argentina, had emerged as group winners following victories against Bulgaria and Greece, the latter in which Nigeria doubled its lead late on a goal from Daniel Amokachi – a goal that would allow Nigeria to top its group. Maradona only played with Argentina during their first two games, both in Foxborough (playing Greece and Nigeria); he was thrown out of the tournament after testing positive for ephedrine.
Having qualified for the tournament through a last-gasp goal against France, Bulgaria surprised many people, as the nation had never even won a game at the World Cup finals prior to this tournament. Despite losing its opening game 3–0 to Nigeria, Bulgaria came back in style with a 4–0 win over Greece (who had suffered exactly the same fate five days earlier against Argentina), and a win against Argentina had seen them advance. Argentina had actually been winning the group going into injury time, while Bulgaria played the last 25 minutes with 10 men; however, a 91st-minute header from Nasko Sirakov meant that Argentina dropped two places and finished third. Nigeria won the group on goal difference. Bulgaria's victory over Argentina earned them second place.
|21 June 1994|
|არგენტინა||4–0||საბერძნეთი||ფოქსბოროს სტადიონი, ფოქსბორო|
|ნიგერია||3–0||ბულგარეთი||კოტონ ბოული, დალასი|
|25 June 1994|
|არგენტინა||2–1||ნიგერია||Foxboro Stadium, Foxborough|
|26 June 1994|
|ბულგარეთი||4–0||საბერძნეთი||Soldier Field, Chicago|
|30 June 1994|
|არგენტინა||0–2||ბულგარეთი||Cotton Bowl, Dallas|
|საბერძნეთი||0–2||ნიგერია||Foxboro Stadium, Foxborough|
Group E[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
Group E remains the only group in World Cup history in which all four teams finished with the same points. It began when Ray Houghton's chip ensured that Ireland would gain revenge on Italy by reversing a 1–0 scoreline the Italians had beaten them by in the quarterfinals of the previous World Cup. The next day in Washington, Norway played its first World Cup game since 1938 and Kjetil Rekdal scored five minutes from time proved decisive in an equally tense encounter as Norway beat Mexico.
Mexico, however, was much more comfortable playing in Orlando, the setting for their next game against Ireland, where the heat and humidity proved to be a key factor. Garcia's double had them 2–0 up and in control of the game before a disagreement on the touchline resulted in fines for both Republic of Ireland's manager, Jack Charlton, and their striker John Aldridge. Fortunately for Ireland, Aldridge was able to regain concentration in time to score six minutes from the end of the game. Though Ireland still lost the game 2–1, Aldridge's goal proved crucial in the final group standings.
The previous day in New Jersey, Italy's World Cup hopes seemed to be diminishing fast as goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca was sent off with the game still at 0–0. Yet despite this, Italy was still able to salvage an important 1–0 victory. Norway would ultimately pay a price for their inability to take advantage of Pagliuca's dismissal. With the four teams level on points, the final two group games would each have to finish as draws for things to stay that way. Republic of Ireland made it through after a dreary 0–0 draw with Norway; midfielders Massaro and Bernal traded strikes as Italy and Mexico played to a 1–1 draw.
Those results meant that Mexico won the group on goals scored, with three in the group. With Ireland and Italy also progressing having finished with identical records, Ireland finished ahead of Italy because of Ireland's victory over Italy. Norway's shortcomings in attack ultimately let them down, and they exited the tournament with only one goal.
|18 June 1994|
|იტალია||0–1||ირლანდია||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
|19 June 1994|
|ნორვეგია||1–0||მექსიკა||RFK Stadium, Washington|
|23 June 1994|
|იტალია||1–0||ნორვეგია||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
|24 June 1994|
|მექსიკა||2–1||ირლანდია||Citrus Bowl, Orlando|
|28 June 1994|
|იტალია||1–1||მექსიკა||RFK Stadium, Washington|
|ირლანდია||0–0||ნორვეგია||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
Group F[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
Just as happened to Argentina in Group D, Belgium endured the same fate in Group F. Despite winning its first two World Cup games 1–0 to Morocco and the Netherlands, Belgium finished third as, in an upset, it lost to tournament newcomers Saudi Arabia 1–0 in the third game. During that game, Saudi player Saaed Al-Owairian ran from his own half through a maze of Belgian players to score the game's only goal.
Saudi Arabia also advanced through to the Round of 16 as well having also defeated Morocco 2–1. The Netherlands endured a somewhat nervier experience. The opening 2–1 victory against Saudi Arabia was followed by the 1–0 loss against Belgium before another 2–1 victory against Morocco, with Bryan Roy scoring the winner a mere 12 minutes from time, saw the Dutch win the group because of having scored more goals against Belgium and Saudi Arabia. Morocco, despite losing all 3 of their group games, did not leave without a fight, as each of their losses were by just a single goal, 1–0 to Belgium, 2–1 to Saudi Arabia, and 2–1 to the Netherlands.
|19 June 1994|
|ბელგია||1–0||მაროკო||Citrus Bowl, Orlando|
|20 June 1994|
|ნიდერლანდები||2–1||საუდის არაბეთი||RFK Stadium, Washington|
|25 June 1994|
|საუდის არაბეთი||2–1||მაროკო||Giants Stadium, East Rutherford|
|ბელგია||1–0||ნიდერლანდები||Citrus Bowl, Orlando|
|29 June 1994|
|ბელგია||0–1||საუდის არაბეთი||RFK Stadium, Washington|
|მაროკო||1–2||ნიდერლანდები||Citrus Bowl, Orlando|
მესამე ადგილოსნები[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
რესურსები ინტერნეტში[რედაქტირება | წყაროს რედაქტირება]
- 1994 FIFA World Cup USA ™, FIFA.com
- 1994 World Cup details RSSSF
- FIFA Technical Report (Part 1), (Part 2), (Part 3) and (Part 4)
- The event at SVT's open archive თარგი:Sv icon
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