2019 Supercopa de Chile

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2019 Supercopa de Chile
Event Súper Copa Easy 2019
Date23 March 2019
Venue Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar
Referee Roberto Tobar
Attendance14,914

The 2019 Supercopa de Chile (known as the Súper Copa Easy 2019 for sponsorship purposes) was the seventh edition of the Supercopa de Chile, championship organised by the Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional (ANFP). The match was played by the 2018 Chilean Primera División champions Universidad Católica and the 2018 Copa Chile winners Palestino on 23 March 2019 at Estadio Sausalito in Viña del Mar. [1]

Contents

Universidad Católica were the winners, beating Palestino by a 5–0 score. [2]

Teams

The two teams that contested the Supercopa were Universidad Católica, who qualified as 2018 Primera División champions and Palestino, who qualified for the match as the 2018 Copa Chile winners, defeating Audax Italiano in the two-legged final by a 4–2 aggregate score.

Universidad Católica Palestino
2018 Primera División champions [3] 2018 Copa Chile winners [4]

Details

Universidad Católica 5–0 Palestino
Report
Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar
Attendance: 14,914
Referee: Roberto Tobar
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Universidad Catolica
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Palestino
GK1 Flag of Argentina.svg Matías Dituro
RB29 Flag of Chile.svg Stefano Magnasco
CB13 Flag of Chile.svg Benjamín Kuscevic
CB5 Flag of Chile.svg Valber Huerta Sub off.svg 81'
LB23 Flag of Chile.svg Juan Cornejo
LCM6 Flag of Chile.svg César Fuentes
RCM11 Flag of Argentina.svg Luciano Aued
AM14 Flag of Chile.svg César Pinares Yellow card.svg 74'
RW19 Flag of Chile.svg José Pedro Fuenzalida (c)
LW9 Flag of Chile.svg Edson Puch Sub off.svg 81'
CF7 Flag of Argentina.svg Sebastián Sáez Sub off.svg 74'
Substitutes:
GK17 Flag of Chile.svg Cristopher Toselli
DF2 Flag of Chile.svg Germán Lanaro Sub on.svg 81'
DF21 Flag of Chile.svg Raimundo Rebolledo
MF20 Flag of Chile.svg Carlos Lobos
MF18 Flag of Argentina.svg Diego Buonanotte Sub on.svg 74'
FW16 Flag of Chile.svg Jeisson Vargas
FW30 Flag of Chile.svg Diego Valencia Sub on.svg 81'
Manager:
Flag of Argentina.svg Gustavo Quinteros
GK1 Flag of Chile.svg Ignacio González
RB20 Flag of Chile.svg Guillermo Soto Sub off.svg 78'
CB2 Flag of Uruguay.svg Alejandro González Yellow card.svg 38'
CB17 Flag of Chile.svg Enzo Guerrero
LB19 Flag of Chile.svg Brayan Véjar
DFM5 Flag of Argentina.svg Julián Fernández Yellow card.svg 44'
LCM25 Flag of Argentina.svg Agustín Farías Yellow card.svg 44'
RCM13 Flag of Chile.svg César Cortés Sub off.svg 64'
AM10 Flag of Chile.svg Luis Jiménez (c)
AM8 Flag of Chile.svg Cristóbal Jorquera Sub off.svg 46'
CF22 Flag of Chile.svg Roberto Gutiérrez
Substitutes:
GK12 Flag of Chile.svg Fabián Cerda
DF4 Flag of Chile.svg Nicolás Díaz
MF7 Flag of Chile.svg Diego Rosende
MF21 Flag of Chile.svg Ignacio Ayala Sub on.svg 78'
MF23 Flag of Chile.svg Renato Tarifeño
FW27 Flag of Chile.svg Ignacio Herrera Yellow card.svg 77'Sub on.svg 46'
FW29 Flag of Chile.svg Fabián Ahumada Sub on.svg 64'
Manager:
Flag of Chile.svg Ivo Basay

Man of the Match:
César Pinares (Universidad Catolica)
Assistant referees:
Christian Schiemann
Edson Cisternas
Fourth official:
Eduardo Gamboa

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

Champion

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Champion
Universidad Católica
2nd title

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References

  1. "Duelo de campeones: La Supercopa de Chile tiene lista su programación y estadio" (in Spanish). publimetro.cl. 7 March 2019.
  2. "Lo de la UC ya es costumbre: le ganó la Supercopa a Palestino" (in Spanish). La Tercera. 23 March 2019.
  3. "La UC abraza la estrella 13 en el sur" (in Spanish). La Tercera. 2 December 2018. Retrieved 15 March 2019.
  4. "Palestino derrotó en un gran compromiso a Audax Italiano y es el nuevo monarca" (in Spanish). ANFP. 17 November 2018. Retrieved 15 March 2019.