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    BRUSSELS, BELGIUM/TURIN, ITALY/LISBON, PORTUGAL

    Standard Liege won the Belgian Cup Final 2-0 after a tense and exciting match against La Gantoise on May 5.

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    STANDARD LIEGE V LA GANTOISE (La Gantoise in all white)
    BRUSSELS, MAY 5 (RTBF) COMMENTARY
    1. GVs Schandandond scores for Liege in 93rd minute (2 shots) 0.11
    2. GVs Dauols scores for Liege in 119th minute (2 shots) 0.25
    JUVENTUS V AVELLINO (Avellino in green shirts and white shorts)
    TURIN, MAY 6 (RAI)
    3. GVs Paolo Rossi scores Juventus' goal in 20th minute (2 shots) 0.45
    4. GV Juventus player hand balls in penalty area and penalty is awarded 0.58
    5. GVs Franco Colomba scores for Avelino from penalty spot (4 shots) 1.11
    6. GVs End of match. Referee with ball. Players (3 shots) 1.19
    BENFICA V SPORTING LISBON (Sporting Lisbon in striped shirts and black shorts)
    LISBON, MAY 6 (RDP)
    7. GV Chalana scores for Benfica 1.31
    8. GV Sporting Lisbon score goal which is disallowed 1.43
    9. GV Kostov scores goal for Sporting Lisbon 2.10
    10. GV Fans on pitch 2.14
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    SPORT: SOCCEREUROVISION RECORDING
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    Background: BRUSSELS, BELGIUM/TURIN, ITALY/LISBON, PORTUGAL

    Standard Liege won the Belgian Cup Final 2-0 after a tense and exciting match against La Gantoise on May 5. The score was still nil-nil (0-0) after full-time so extra-time had to be played. The first goal for Standard Liege was scored by Schandandond three minutes into extra-time. The team's second goal came from Dauols in the 119th minute, and sixty seconds before the final whistle.

    May 6 proved a momentus day for the famous Italian team, Juventus of Turin. They captured their twenty-first League Championship with a draw against Avellino. Star striker Paolo Rossi scored Juventus' goal in the 20th minute after a pass from Poland's Zbigniew Boniek. Franco Colomba scored the equaliser for Avellino after his team was awarded a penalty in the 72nd minute. Thousands of Juventus supporters invaded the pitch at the end of the match and joined their team in a lap of honour round the field.

    May 6 also proved a memorable day for Benfica who clinched the Portuguese League Championship after a 1-1 draw against Sporting Lisbon. Seventy-thousand fans saw Chalana give Benfica an 18th minute lead but Kostov levelled the score in the 62nd minute. Sporting Lisbon also had a goal disallowed. Benfica's closest rivals for the championship, Porto, lost 2-1 to Bladista and cannot now catch Benfica.

    Source: RTBE/RAI/RDP

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    Film ID:
    VLVA6J7EIL5SF50AR690P8N5O2Q0J
    Media URN:
    VLVA6J7EIL5SF50AR690P8N5O2Q0J
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    07/05/1984
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:15:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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