2004 AFC Asian Cup


2004 AFC Asian Cup

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name =
year = 2004
other_titles = Asian Cup China 2004


size = 300px
caption = Logo of the 2004 Asian Cup
country = China
dates = 17 July7 August
num_teams = 16
confederations =
venues = 4
cities = 4
champion = JPN
count = 3
second = PRC
third = IRN
fourth = BHR
matches = 32
goals = 96
attendance = 1020050
top_scorer = flagicon|Bahrain A'ala Hubail / flagicon|Iran Ali Karimi
5 goals
player = flagicon|Japan Shunsuke Nakamura
updated =

The 2004 AFC Asian Cup football competition is the thirteenth staging of AFC Asian Cup. It was held from July 17 to August 7, 2004 in China. The defending champions Japan defeated China in the final in Beijing.

The tournament was marked by Saudi Arabia's unexpected failure to even make it out of the first round; a surprisingly good performance by Bahrain, which finished in fourth place; Jordan, which reached the quarterfinals in its first appearance; and Iraq, which reached the quarterfinals. The final match between China and Japan was marked by post-match rioting by Chinese fans near the north gate of Beijing Worker's Stadium, in part due to controversial officiating and anti-Japanese sentiment resulting from historical tensions. [ [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/3541380.stm Chinese riot after Japan victory] ]

Host cities and venues

footballbox|date= 2004-07-17
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 2–2
report=
team2 = fb|Bahrain
time = 20:00
goals1 = Zheng Zhi 58'(pen)
Li Jinyu 66'
goals2 = M. Hubail 41'
Ali 89'
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Mohammed Subkhiddin Salleh (Malaysia)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-18
team1 = fb-rt|Qatar
score = 1–2
report=
team2 = fb|Indonesia
time = 17:00
goals1 = Mohamed 83'
goals2 = Sudarsono 26'
Astaman 48'
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Masoud Moradi (Iran)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-21
team1 = fb-rt|Bahrain
score = 1–1
report=
team2 = fb|Qatar
time = 18:30
goals1 = M. Hubail 90+1'
goals2 = Rizik 58' (pen)
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Toru Kamikawa (Japan)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-21
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 5–0
report=
team2 = fb|Indonesia
time = 21:00
goals1 = Shao Jiayi 24', 65'
Hao Haidong 39'
Li Ming 51'
Li Yi 80'
goals2 =
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Najm Talaat (Lebanon)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-25
team1 = fb-rt|Bahrain
score = 3–1
report=
team2 = fb|Indonesia
time = 19:00
goals1 = Ali 43'
A. Hubail 57'
Yousef 82'
goals2 = Aiboy 75'
stadium = Shandong Sports Center, Jinan
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Coffi Codjia (Benin)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-25
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 1–0
report=
team2 = fb|Qatar
time = 19:00
goals1 = Xu Yunlong 78'
goals2 =
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Masoud Moradi (Iran)

Group B

footballbox|date= 2004-07-20
team1 = fb-rt|Japan
score = 1–0
report=
team2 = fb|Oman
time = 18:00
goals1 = Nakamura 34'
goals2 =
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Mark Shield (Australia)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-20
team1 = fb-rt|Iran
score = 3–0
report=
team2 = fb|Thailand
time = 20:30
goals1 = Enayati 70'
Nekounam80'
Daei 86' (pen)
goals2 =
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 37,000
Referee: Mohammad Kousa (Syria)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-24
team1 = fb-rt|Oman
score = 2–2
report=
team2 = fb|Iran
time = 18:00
goals1 = Al Hosni 32', 41'
goals2 = Karimi 72'
Nosrati 90+4'
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Abdul Rahman Al-Delawar (Bahrain)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-24
team1 = fb-rt|Thailand
score = 1–4
report=
team2 = fb|Japan
time = 20:30
goals1 = Suksomkit 11'
goals2 = Nakamura 21'
Nakazawa 56', 87'
Fukunishi 68'
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Fareed Al-Marzouqi (UAE)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-28
team1 = fb-rt|Oman
score = 2–0
report=
team2 = fb|Thailand
time = 18:15
goals1 = Vivatchaichok 11' (o.g.)
Al Hosni 49'
goals2 =
stadium = Sichuan Longquanyi Stadium, Chengdu
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Lu Jun (China)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-28
team1 = fb-rt|Japan
score = 0–0
report=
team2 = fb|Iran
time = 18:15
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: Mark Shield (Australia)

Knockout Stages

All times are China Standard Time (UTC+8)

Knockout Map

Round8-with third
July 30 - Beijing|fb|China|3|fb|Iraq|2004|0
July 31 - Jinan|fb|South Korea|3|fb|Iran|4
July 30 - Chengdu|fb|Uzbekistan|2 (3)|fb|Bahrain (PSO)|2 (4)
July 31 - Chongqing|fb|Japan (PSO)|1 (4)|fb|Jordan| 1 (3)
August 3 - Beijing|fb|China (PSO)|1 (4)|fb|Iran|1 (3)
August 3 - Jinan|fb|Bahrain|3|fb|Japan (AET)|4
August 7 - Beijing|fb|China|1|fb|Japan|3
August 6 - Beijing|fb|Iran|4|fb|Bahrain|2

Quarterfinals

footballbox|date= 2004-07-30
team1 = fb-rt|Uzbekistan
score = 2–2 (AET)
3–4 (PSO)
report=
team2 = fb|Bahrain
time = 18:00
goals1 = Geynrikh 60'
Shishelov 86'
goals2 = A. Hubail 71', 76'
stadium = Sichuan Longquanyi Stadium, Chengdu
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Kwon Jong-Chul (Korea Republic)
penshootoutbox
penalties1 = Fyodorov: scored
Djeperov: scored
Geynrikh: scored
Bikmoev: missed
Koshelev: missed
penaltyscore = 3–4
penalties2 = Ali: scored
Juma: missed
Baba: scored
Farhan: scored
A. Hubail: scored
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-30
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 3–0
report=
team2 = fb|Iraq|2004
time = 21:00
goals1 = Hao Haidong 8'
Zheng Zhi 79' (pen), 90+2' (pen)
goals2 =
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Shamsul Maidin (Singapore)
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-31
team1 = fb-rt|Japan
score = 1–1 (AET)
4–3 (PSO)
report=
team2 = fb|Jordan
time = 18:00
goals1 = Suzuki 14'
goals2 = Shelbaieh 11'
stadium = Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: Mohammed Subkhiddin Salleh (Malaysia)
penshootoutbox
penalties1 = Nakamura: missed
Alex: missed
Fukunishi: scored
Nakata: scored
Suzuki: scored
Nakazawa: missed
Miyamoto: scored
penaltyscore = 4–3
penalties2 = Abu Zeba: scored
Awadat: scored
Aqel: scored
Al-Shboul: missed
Ibrahim: missed
Al-Zboun: missed
Yaseen: missed
----footballbox|date= 2004-07-31
team1 = fb-rt|South Korea
score = 3–4
report=
team2 = fb|Iran
time = 21:00
goals1 = Seol Ki-Hyeon 16'
Lee Dong-Gook 25'
Kim Nam-Il 68'
goals2 = Karimi 10', 20', 77'
Park Jin-Sub 51' (o.g.)
stadium = Shandong Sports Center, Jinan
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Saad Al-Fadhli (Kuwait)

emifinals

footballbox|date= 2004-08-03
team1 = fb-rt|Bahrain
score = 3–4 (AET)
report=
team2 = fb|Japan
time = 18:00
goals1 = A. Hubail 6', 71'
Naser 85'
goals2 = Nakata 48'
Tamada 55', 93' (aet)
Nakazawa 90'
stadium = Shandong Sports Center, Jinan
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Shamsul Maidin (Singapore)
----footballbox|date= 2004-08-03
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 1–1 (AET) 4–3 (PSO)
report=
team2 = fb|Iran
time = 21:00
goals1 = Shao Jiayi 19'
goals2 = Alavi 38'
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Najm Talaat (Lebanon)
penshootoutbox
penalties1 = Zheng Zhi pengoal
Zhao Junzhe penmiss
Li Xiaopeng pengoal
Sun Xiang pengoal
Shao Jiayi pengoal
penaltyscore = 4 – 3
penalties2 = Ali Daei pengoal
Mehdi Mahdavikia pengoal
Javad Nekounam pengoal
Iman Mobali penmiss
Yahya Golmohammadi penmiss

Third place playoff

footballbox|date= 2004-08-06
team1 = fb-rt|Iran
score = 4–2
report=
team2 = fb|Bahrain
time = 20:00
goals1 = Nekounam 9'
Karimi 52'
Daei 80' (pen), 90'
goals2 = Yousef 48'
Farhan 57'
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Fareed Al-Marzouqi (UAE)

Final

footballbox|date= 2004-08-07
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 1–3
report=
team2 = fb|Japan
time = 20:00
goals1 = Li Ming 31'
goals2 = Fukunishi 22'
Nakata 65'
Tamada 90+1'
stadium = Workers Stadium, Beijing
Attendance: 62,000
Referee: Saad Al-Fadhli (Kuwait)

Winners

Awards

All-Star Team

coring players

;5 goals
*flagicon|BHR A'ala Hubail
*flagicon|IRN Ali Karimi

;4 goals
*flagicon|KOR Lee Dong-Gook

;3 goals
*flagicon|CHN Shao Jiayi
*flagicon|CHN Zheng Zhi
*flagicon|IRN Ali Daei
*flagicon|JPN Yuji Nakazawa
*flagicon|JPN Keiji Tamada
*flagicon|OMN Amad Al Hosni

;2 goals
*flagicon|BHR Husain Ali
*flagicon|BHR Mohamed Hubail
*flagicon|BHR Talal Yousef
*flagicon|CHN Hao Haidong
*flagicon|CHN Li Ming
*flagicon|IRN Javad Nekounam
*flagicon|JPN Takashi Fukunishi
*flagicon|JPN Shunsuke Nakamura
*flagicon|JPN Koji Nakata
*flagicon|KOR Ahn Jung-Hwan
*flagicon|KWT Bader Al-Mutwa
*flagicon|KSA Yasser Al-Qahtani
*flagicon|TKM Nazar Bayramov
*flagicon|TKM Begench Muhammed Kuliyev
*flagicon|UZB Aleksandr Geynrikh
*flagicon|UZB Mirdjalal Kasimov;1 goal
*flagicon|BHR Saleh Farhan
*flagicon|BHR Duaij Naser
*flagicon|CHN Li Jinyu
*flagicon|CHN Li Yi
*flagicon|CHN Xu Yunlong
*flagicon|KOR Cha Doo-Ri
*flagicon|KOR Seol Ki-Hyeon
*flagicon|KOR Kim Nam-Il
*flagicon|IDN Elie Aiboy
*flagicon|IDN Ponaryo Astaman
*flagicon|IDN Budi Sudarsono
*flagicon|IRN Mohammad Alavi
*flagicon|IRN Reza Enayati
*flagicon|IRN Mohammad Nosrati
*flagicon|IRQ|2004 Nashat Akram
*flagicon|IRQ|2004 Razzaq Farhan
*flagicon|IRQ|2004 Younis Mahmoud
*flagicon|IRQ|2004 Hawar Mulla Mohammed
*flagicon|IRQ|2004 Qusay Munir
*flagicon|JPN Takayuki Suzuki
*flagicon|JOR Anas Al-Zboun
*flagicon|JOR Khaled Sa'ed
*flagicon|JOR Mahmoud Shelbaieh
*flagicon|KWT Bashar Abdullah
*flagicon|QAT Magid Mohamed
*flagicon|QAT Wesam Rizik
*flagicon|KSA Hamad Al-Montashari
*flagicon|THA Sutee Suksomkit
*flagicon|UAE Mohamed Rashid
*flagicon|UZB Vladimir Shishelov

;Own goals
*flagicon|KOR Park Jin-Sub (1) ("for Iran")
*flagicon|THA Rangsan Vivatchaichok (1) ("for Oman")

Top scoring teams

14 goals
*fb|Iran

13 goals
*fb|Bahrain
*fb|China
*fb|Japan

9 goals
*fb|South Korea

5 goals
*fb|Iraq|2004
*fb|Uzbekistan

4 goals
*fb|Turkmenistan
*fb|Oman

3 goals
*fb|Indonesia
*fb|Jordan
*fb|Kuwait
*fb|Saudi Arabia

2 goals
*fb|Qatar

1 goal
*fb|Thailand
*fb|United Arab Emirates

Views

Like other sports events, the Asian Cup 2004 was publicised as evidence of China's economic and athletic progress, being referred to by some as a prelude to the 2008 Summer Olympics. Many Chinese see the tournament as a success and take great pride in having showcased such an important sporting event in advance of the Olympics Games. However, the Japanese media and many other international observers have pointed out bad manners on the part of Chinese fans, and some sparse attendances so far at the tournament, raising questions on China's ability to hold such sporting events.

Throughout the tournament, most Chinese fans in the stadia expressed anti-Japanese sentiments by drowning out the Japanese national anthem, displaying political banners and booing whenever Japan got the ball, regardless of the score. This was reported by the international media, and was aggravated when Koji Nakata apparently knocked in the ball with his right hand in the final against China. [ [http://www.usatoday.com/sports/soccer/world/2004-08-07-asian-cup-final_x.htm USATODAY.com - Japan beats China to win Asian Cup again ] ] The PRC government responded by calling for restraint and increasing police numbers to maintain order. The Japanese government also called on the PRC to ensure the safety of Japanese fansFact|date=July 2008, while specifically asking Japanese nationals or people of Japanese origin to not display any form of excessive pride, especially wearing Japan national football team uniforms. Despite the Chinese government's campaign, a riot started by Chinese fans broke out near the north gate of the Beijing Worker's Stadium, though reports differ as to the extent of the riot. As a result, some media groups have said that displays of "excessive Chinese nationalism during the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics have become a cause for concern for Chinese officials".

References

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/04asch.html RSSSF Details]
* [http://2004.afcasiancup.com/en/ Official website]


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