2001 Scottish Cup Final

2001 Scottish Cup Final
Event 2000–01 Scottish Cup
Date 26 May 2001
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Kenny Clark
Attendance 51,824

The 2001 Scottish Cup Final was played on 26 May 2001 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 116th Scottish Cup competition. Celtic and Hibernian contested the match, Celtic won the match 3–0. Jackie McNamara opened the scoring in the first half running onto a through ball to angle the ball past Hibernian goalkeeper Nick Colgan. In the second half Henrik Larsson scored twice, with a penalty and a hard shot into the top corner.

Match details

26 May 2001
Celtic 3 – 0 Hibernian
McNamara  39'
Larsson  48', 80' (pen.)
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 51,824
Referee: Kenny Clark
GK 20Scotland Robert Douglas
DF 35Sweden Johan Mjällby
DF 36Switzerland Ramon Vega
DF 5Belgium Joos Valgaeren
MF 17France Didier Agathe
MF 18Northern Ireland Neil Lennon
MF 14Scotland Paul Lambert  78'
MF 25Slovakia Ľubomír Moravčík  18'
MF 8England Alan Thompson  88'
FW 7Sweden Henrik Larsson
FW 9England Chris Sutton
GK 1Scotland Jonathan Gould
DF 6England Alan Stubbs
DF 4Scotland Jackie McNamara  18'
DF 2Scotland Tom Boyd  78'
FW 12England Tommy Johnson  88'
Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill
GK 1Republic of Ireland Nick Colgan
DF 18Scotland Gary Smith
DF 4France Franck Sauzée
DF 14Canada Paul Fenwick
DF 3Denmark Ulrik Laursen
MF 11Scotland John O'Neil
MF 19Germany Mathias Jack
MF 8Scotland Grant Brebner  61'
MF 26Scotland Ian Murray
FW 21France Marc Libbra
FW 9Finland Mixu Paatelainen  69'
GK 13 England Ian Westwater
MF 10France Frederic Arpinon  61'  81'
MF 7Australia Stuart Lovell  81'
FW 20France David Zitelli  69'
FW 16Germany Dirk Lehmann
Scotland Alex McLeish

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