2012 Turkish Super Cup

2012 TFF Süper Kupa
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Event Turkish Super Cup
Date 12 August 2012 (2012-08-12)
Venue Kazım Karabekir Stadium, Erzurum
Man of the Match Umut Bulut [1]
Referee Cüneyt Çakır
Attendance 25,000[2]
Weather Fine
2011
2013

2012 Turkish Super Cup (Turkish: TFF Süper Kupa) was the 39th ion of the Turkish Super Cup since its establishment as Presidential Cup in 1966. The match was contested between the 2011–12 Süper Lig champions Galatasaray and the 2011–12 Turkish Cup winners Fenerbahçe, making the game the 372nd ion of Kıtalar Arası Derbi. The game was the first to take place since 2010 Turkish Super Cup, as 2011 Turkish Super Cup was cancelled because of 2011 Turkish sports corruption scandal.[3]

Background[]

This was the 4th overall national super cup matchup between the teams since 1966, and the first matchup since 2006, when the cup was rebranded as TFF Süper Kupa. Galatasaray last won the cup in 2008 against Kayserispor, while Fenerbahçe last won the cup in 2009 against Beşiktaş. In their three previous finals, Fenerbahçe won two, in 1973 and 1985, while Galatasaray only won in 1996.

Path to the final[]

Galatasaray were champions in the regular season, finishing 9 points ahead of Fenerbahçe. In the championship playoffs, Fenerbahçe caught up with Galatasaray, but Galatasaray were crowned eventual champions, finishing 1 point ahead of their rivals Fenerbahçe. In the regular season, Galatasaray collected 77 points with 23 wins, 8 draws, and 3 losses. They were trailed by Fenerbahçe, who collected 68 points with 20 wins, 8 draws, and 6 losses.[4] At the beginning of the championship playoffs, the regular season points were halved. Galatasaray finished collecting 48 points by 2 wins, 3 draws, and 1 loss. Fenerbahçe had a better run in the playoffs, by 4 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss. But they only collected 47 points and Galatasaray became champions of 2011–12 Süper Lig, securing a berth in the Turkish Super Cup final.

Although runners-up of the league, Fenerbahçe performed better in the domestic cup. They entered the tournament at the third round. They won their third-round match against Konya Torku Şekerspor. In the fourth round, they beat Samsunspor. The quarter-final was the toughest match for Fenerbahçe, as they struggled against Kayserispor, but were winners after a penalty shoot-out. In the semi-finals stage, they played against Karabükspor. In the 2012 Turkish Cup Final they were crowned champions against rivals Bursaspor by a decisive 4–0 win, which was their first domestic cup win in 29 years, since 1983. By winning the cup, Fenerbahçe secured a berth in the Turkish Super Cup final.[5]

Match details[]

2012 Turkish Super Cup
Final
Galatasaray 3 – 2 Fenerbahçe
U. Bulut Goal 19'58'
S. İnan Goal 90' (pen.)
Report (in Turkish) Alex Goal 45'
Kuyt Goal 65'
GK 25 Uruguay Fernando Muslera
DF 27 Ivory Coast Emmanuel Eboué
DF 13 Cameroon Dany Nounkeu Yellow card 68'
DF 26 Turkey Semih Kaya
DF 22 Turkey Hakan Balta (c)
MF 4 Turkey Hamit Altıntop
MF 50 Turkey Engin Baytar Red card 68'
MF 8 Turkey Selçuk İnan Yellow card 90+4'
MF 52 Turkey Emre Çolak Yellow card 31' Substituted off 83'
FW 19 Turkey Umut Bulut Substituted off 89'
FW 9 Sweden Johan Elmander Substituted off 69'
Substitutes:
GK 86 Turkey Ufuk Ceylan
DF 5 Turkey Gökhan Zan
DF 7 Turkey Aydin Yilmaz Substituted in 83'
MF 11 Spain Albert Riera
MF 35 Turkey Yekta Kurtuluş
MF 53 Morocco Nordin Amrabat Substituted in 69'
FW 77 Turkey Necati Ateș Substituted in 65'
Manager:
Turkey Fatih Terim


Assistant referees:
Bahattın Duran
Tarik Ongun
Fourth official:
Süleyman Abay

GK 1 Turkey Volkan Demirel Substituted off 16'
DF 67 Turkey Orhan Sam Yellow card 70' Substituted off 89'
DF 2 Turkey Egemen Korkmaz
DF 4 Turkey Bekir Irtegün Yellow card 76'
DF 3 Turkey Hasan Ali Kaldırım
DF 5 Turkey Mehmet Topal Substituted off 69'
MF 16 Brazil Cristian
MF 38 Turkey Mehmet Topuz Yellow card 75'
MF 10 Brazil Alex (c) Yellow card 44'
MF 88 Turkey Caner Erkin
FW 11 Netherlands Dirk Kuyt
Substitutes:
GK 24 Turkey Mert Günok Substituted in 16'
DF 7 Senegal Moussa Sow Substituted in 89'
DF 9 Slovakia Miroslav Stoch
MF 17 Turkey Recep Niyaz
MF 21 Turkey Selçuk Sahin
MF 23 Turkey Semih Sentürk
MF 27 Serbia Milos Krasić Substituted in 69'
Manager:
Turkey Aykut Kocaman

See also[]

References[]

  1. ^ TFF Süper Kupa Galatasaray'ın Turkish Football Federation (in Turkish), accessed 13 August 2012 (2012-08-13)
  2. ^ TFF Official Website
  3. ^ TFF Süper Kupa, 12 Ağustos'ta Erzurum'da oynanacak Turkish Football Federation (in Turkish), accessed 14 August 2012 (2012-08-14)
  4. ^ 2011–12 Süper Lig table Turkish Football Federation (in Turkish), accessed 15 August 2012 (2012-08-15)
  5. ^ Fenerbahçe win Ziraat Turkish Cup Turkish Football Federation, accessed 16 August 2012 (2012-08-16)
  6. ^ TFF Official Website