Aberdeen 1 - 3 Dundee Utd

League Cup - Semi Final
Wednesday, October 15th, 1997, 7:45 PM at Tynecastle Park
Attendance: 10,459
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Bonkle)
Aberdeen Dundee Utd

Goalscorers
Dean Windass (49) Robbie Winters (35)
Craig Easton (53)
Robbie Winters (75)

Team Managers
Roy Aitken Tommy McLean

Starting Eleven
Jim Leighton
Gary Smith
Tzanko Tzvetanov
Paul Bernard
John Inglis
Brian O'Neil
Joe Miller
David Rowson
Mike Newell
Dean Windass
Stephen Glass
Sieb Dijkstra
Mark Perry
Maurice Malpas
Erik Pedersen
Steven Pressley
Lars Zetterlund
Craig Easton
Dave Bowman
Jamie Dolan
Robbie Winters
Kjell Olofsson

Bench
Toni Kombouaré
Russell Anderson
Ricky Gillies
Magnus Sköldmark
Andy McLaren
Gary McSwegan

Substitutions
Ricky Gillies for Gary Smith (71)
Toni Kombouaré for John Inglis (77)
Andy McLaren for Jamie Dolan (22)
Magnus Sköldmark for Kjell Olofsson (79)

Bookings
Gary Smith (18)
Dean Windass (82)
Jamie Dolan
Andy McLaren
Mark Perry

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Sieb Dijkstra (GK) 44 apps -
Mark Perry 130 apps3 goals
Maurice Malpas 746 apps25 goals
Erik Pedersen 47 apps -
Steven Pressley 103 apps5 goals
Lars Zetterlund 47 apps4 goals
Craig Easton 12 apps1 goal
Dave Bowman 414 apps12 goals
Jamie Dolan 31 apps -
Robbie Winters 117 apps36 goals
Kjell Olofsson 46 apps18 goals
Magnus Sköldmark (sub) 4 apps -
Andy McLaren (sub) 176 apps15 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Craig Easton (18 years 236 days)
Oldest Player:Maurice Malpas (35 years 82 days)
Average Player Age:28 years 294 days
Domestic Players:7 (63.64 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Craig Easton (18 years 236 days)
Oldest Player:Maurice Malpas (35 years 82 days)
Average Player Age:28 years 140 days
Domestic Players:9 (64.29 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Milestones
Craig Easton scored his first goal for the Club.

Three superb strikes killed off our north-east opponents. Robbie Winters first half opener was negated by Windass early in the second period but a magnificenfly worked and executed goal by Craig Easton soon restored United's lead. From that point there was no way back for the Dons and Robbie Winters sealed victory with a stunning third.



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