Sweden v Romania, 10 July 1994

Score2-2 :: penalties 5-4 to Sweden
RefereePhilip Don
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Finals quarter-final final
VenueRose Bowl, Los Angeles
Attendance81,715
Kick Off: 12:30 Local (20:30 BST) After 90' - 1-1 After extra time - 2-2 Sweden won 5-4 on penalties.

2 (5)  Sweden

Manager: Tommy Svensson

2 (4)  Romania

Manager: Anghel Iordanescu

Goals:

Tomas Brolin 78 G
Kennet Andersson 115 G

Goals:

Florin Răducioiu 88 G
Florin Răducioiu 100 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Thomas Ravelli
Defender Patrik Andersson
Defender Roger Ljung
Defender Roland Nilsson (captain)
Midfielder Tomas Brolin
Midfielder Klas Ingesson
Midfielder Hakan Mild
Midfielder Stefan Schwarz
Forward Martin Dahlin

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Florin Prunea
Defender Dan Petrescu
Defender Gheorghe Popescu
Defender Daniel Prodan
Midfielder Gheorghe Hagi (captain)
Midfielder Ionut Lupescu
Midfielder Dorinel Munteanu
Midfielder Tibor Selymes
Forward Ilie Dumitrescu

Substitutions:

Pontus Kåmark for Joachim Björklund 83
Henrik Larsson for Martin Dahlin 106

Substitutions:

Basarab Panduru for Dorinel Munteanu 83

Cards:

Klas Ingesson 7 Y
Stefan Schwarz 43 Y
Stefan Schwarz 101 Y
Stefan Schwarz 101 R

Cards:

Gheorghe Popescu 21 Y
Tibor Selymes 34 Y
Basarab Panduru 108 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Lars Eriksson
Goalkeeper Magnus Hedman
Defender Pontus Kåmark
Defender Teddy Lučić
Defender Mikael Nilsson
Midfielder Jesper Blomqvist
Midfielder Anders Limpar
Midfielder Stefan Rehn
Midfielder Jonas Thern
Forward Henrik Larsson

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Bogdan Stelea
Defender Gheorghe Mihali
Defender Corneliu Papura
Midfielder Iulian Chirita
Midfielder Constantin Gâlcă
Midfielder Basarab Panduru
Midfielder Ovidiu Stîngă
Forward Marian Ivan
Forward Viorel Moldovan
Forward Ion Vlădoiu

Comments:

Penalty Shoot-Out Details (Sweden went first) 1. Hakan Mild [Saved] 2. Kennet Andersson [Scored] 3. Tomas Brolin [Scored] 4. Klas Ingesson [Scored] 5. Roland Nilsson [Scored] 6. Henrik Larsson [Scored]

Comments:

Penalty Shoot-Out Details (Romania went second) 1. Florin Răducioiu [Scored] 2. Gheorghe Hagi [Scored] 3. Ioan Lupescu [Scored] 4. Dan Petrescu [Saved] 5. Ilie Dumitrescu [Scored] 6. Miodrag Belodedici [Saved]