Brazil v Italy, 17 July 1994

Score0-0 :: penalties 3-2 to Brazil
RefereeSandor Puhl
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Final
VenueRose Bowl, Los Angeles
Attendance94,194
Kick Off: 12:35 Local (20:35 BST) Brazil won 3-2 on penalties. After extra time. The 1994 World Cup was the first World Cup final to be both scoreless in regular and extra time and to be decided by a penalty shoot-out. Silver Ball winner Roberto Baggio missed the decisive penalty. Brazil had previously beaten Italy in the 1970 final, marking the 1994 final as the second time that the same teams had met in two different World Cup finals, after Argentina and Germany met in 1986 and 1990.

0 (3)  Brazil

Manager: Carlos Alberto Parreira

0 (2)  Italy

Manager: Arrigo Sacchi

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Taffarel
Defender Aldair
Defender Branco (captain)
Defender Jorginho
Defender Marcio Santos
Midfielder Dunga
Midfielder Mauro Silva
Midfielder Mazinho
Midfielder Zinho
Forward Bebeto
Forward Romario

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca
Defender Franco Baresi (captain)
Defender Paolo Maldini
Defender Roberto Mussi
Midfielder Demetrio Albertini
Midfielder Dino Baggio
Midfielder Nicola Berti
Midfielder Roberto Donadoni
Forward Roberto Baggio
Forward Daniele Massaro

Substitutions:

Cafu for Jorginho 20
Viola for Mazinho 106

Substitutions:

Luigi Apolloni for Roberto Mussi 34
Alberigo Evani for Dino Baggio 95

Cards:

Mazinho 4 Y
Cafu 87 Y

Cards:

Luigi Apolloni 42 Y
Demetrio Albertini 43 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Gilmar
Goalkeeper Zetti
Defender Cafu
Defender Ricardo Rocha
Defender Ronaldao
Midfielder Leonardo
Midfielder Rai
Midfielder/Forward Paulo Sergio
Forward Muller
Forward Ronaldo
Forward Viola

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Luca Bucci
Goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani
Defender Luigi Apolloni
Defender Lorenzo Minotti
Defender Mauro Tassotti
Centre back Alessandro Costacurta
Midfielder Antonio Conte
Midfielder Alberigo Evani
Forward Gianfranco Zola

Comments:

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT DETAILS Brazil went second 1 - Márcio Santos [Missed] 2 - Romário [Scored] 3 - Branco [Scored] 4 - Dunga [Scored] The Brazilian team dedicated their win to the late triple Formula One motor racing world champion Ayrton Senna, who had died in an accident at that year's San Marino Grand Prix in Italy two and a half months before.

Comments:

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT DETAILS Italy went first 1 - Franco Baresi [Missed] 2 - Demetrio Albertini [Scored] 3 - Alberigo Evani [Scored] 4 - Daniele Massaro [Missed] 5 - Roberto Baggio [Missed]