1992 AFC Asian Cup


1992 AFC Asian Cup

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name =
year = 1992
other_titles = Asian Cup Japan 1992


size = 200px
caption = Logo of the 1992 Asian Cup
country = Japan
dates = 29 October8 November
num_teams = 8
confederations =
venues = 3
champion = JPN
count = 1
second = KSA
third = PRC
fourth = UAE
cities = 2
matches = 16
goals = 20
attendance =
top_scorer = flagicon|KSA Fahad Al-Bishi
3 goals
player = flagicon|Japan Takuya Takagi
updated =

The Asian Football Confederation's 1992 AFC Asian Cup finals were held in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan between October 29 and November 8. The host nation, Japan, defeated the defending champion Saudi Arabia in the final in Hiroshima.

Stadiums

* Hiroshima Big Arch (Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima)
* Bingo Sports Park Athletics Stadium (Onomichi, Hiroshima)
* Hiroshima Stadium (Nishi-ku, Hiroshima)

Qualification

Main article:1992 AFC Asian Cup qualification

*fb|JPN qualified automatically as host
*fb|KSA qualified automatically as defending champions

20 teams participated in a preliminary tournament. It was divided into 6 groups and the first-placed team of each group thus qualified.

The other 6 qualifying teams were:
*fb|CHN
*fb|IRN
*fb|PRK
*fb|QAT
*fb|THA
*fb|UAE

quads

For a list of all squads that played in the final tournament, see 1992 AFC Asian Cup squads

First round

"All times local (GMT + 0900)"

Notes:

*Abbreviations:
**Pld: games played
**W: won
**D: drawn
**L: lost
**GF: goals for
**GA: goals against
**Pts: points

Group A

Group A matches were held in Hiroshima.

Final

Knockout Map

Round4-with third
November 6 - Hiroshima|fb|KSA|2|fb|UAE|0
November 6 - Hiroshima|fb|CHN|2|fb|JPN|3
November 8 - Hiroshima|fb|KSA|0|fb|JPN|1
November 8 - Hiroshima| fb|CHN (PSO)|1 (4)|fb|UAE| 1 (3)

Winners

Awards

MVP (Most Valuable Player)

*flagicon|JPN Takuya Takagi

Top Scorer

*flagicon|KSA Fahad Al-Bishi - 3 goals

coring players

3 goals
*flagicon|KSA Fahad Al-Bishi

2 goals
*flagicon|CHN Peng Weiguo
*flagicon|JPN Masashi Nakayama
*flagicon|PRK Kim Kwangmin
*flagicon|KSA Saeed Owairan
*flagicon|KSA Yousef Ibrahim Al-Thunyan

1 goal
*flagicon|CHN Xie Yuxin
*flagicon|CHN Li Bang
*flagicon|CHN Li Xiao
*flagicon|CHN Hao Haidong
*flagicon|IRN Sirous Ghayeghran
*flagicon|IRN Farshad Pious
*flagicon|JPN Kazuyoshi Miura
*flagicon|JPN Masahiro Fukuda
*flagicon|JPN Tsuyoshi Kitazawa
*flagicon|JPN Takuya Takagi
*flagicon|QAT Mubarak Mustafa Noorallah
*flagicon|QAT Khalifa Khamis Al-Sulaiti
*flagicon|QAT Mahmoud Yasin Soufi
*flagicon|KSA Khalid Mossaed Al-Muwallid
*flagicon|THA Thanis Areesngarkul
*flagicon|UAE Khalid Ismail Mubarak
*flagicon|UAE Khamis Saad Mubarak
*flagicon|UAE Zuhair Bakhit Bilal

Top scoring teams

8 goals
*fb|Saudi Arabia

6 goals
*fb|China
*fb|Japan

3 goals
*fb|Qatar
*fb|UAE

2 goals
*fb|Iran
*fb|PRK

1 goal
*fb|Thailand


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