2001 Emperor's Cup Final

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2001 Emperor's Cup Final
DateJanuary 1, 2002
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
2000
2002

2001 Emperor's Cup Final was the 81st final of the Emperor's Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on January 1, 2002. Shimizu S-Pulse won the championship. [1]

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Overview

Shimizu S-Pulse won their 1st title, by defeating Cerezo Osaka 3–2 with Alessandro Santos, Ryuzo Morioka and Baron goal.

Match details

Shimizu S-Pulse 3-2 Cerezo Osaka
Alessandro Santos Soccerball shade.svg 20'
Ryuzo Morioka Soccerball shade.svg 68'
Baron Soccerball shade.svg 97'
Hiroaki Morishima Soccerball shade.svg 79'
Yoon Jong-hwan Soccerball shade.svg 89'
Shimizu S-Pulse
GK20 Flag of Japan.svg Takaya Kurokawa
DF11 Flag of Japan.svg Ryuzo Morioka
DF6 Flag of Japan.svg Katsumi Oenoki
DF3 Flag of Japan.svg Takuma Koga
MF13 Flag of Japan.svg Kohei Hiramatsu
MF12 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuhiro Yoshida
MF4 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuyuki Toda
MF8 Flag of Japan.svg Alessandro Santos
MF10 Flag of Japan.svg Masaaki Sawanobori
FW15 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshikiyo Kuboyama Sub off.svg 64'
FW18 Flag of Brazil.svg Baron
Substitutes:
GK16 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke Hada
DF19 Flag of Japan.svg Shohei Ikeda
MF30 Flag of Japan.svg Jumpei Takaki
FW17 Flag of Japan.svg Takayuki Yokoyama Sub on.svg 64'
FW26 Flag of Japan.svg Kotaro Yamazaki
Manager:
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Zemunović
Cerezo Osaka
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Seigo Shimokawa
DF3 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Saito
DF14 Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Suzuki
DF36 Flag of Japan.svg Ichiei Muroi
MF16 Flag of Japan.svg Nobuki Hara
MF4 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuaki Tasaka
MF32 Flag of Japan.svg Takeshi Hamada Sub off.svg 70'
MF24 Flag of Japan.svg Michiharu Sugimoto Sub off.svg 59'
MF6 Flag of South Korea.svg Yoon Jong-hwan
FW8 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroaki Morishima
FW9 Flag of Japan.svg Kenji Oshiba Sub off.svg 59'
Substitutes:
GK21 Flag of Japan.svg Kazumasa Kawano
DF5 Flag of Japan.svg Shigeki Kurata
MF15 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshito Ōkubo Sub off.svg 59'
FW25 Flag of Japan.svg Kazunari Okayama Sub off.svg 59'
FW33 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuo Manaka Sub off.svg 70'
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Akihiro Nishimura

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