1984 AFC Asian Cup


1984 AFC Asian Cup

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name =
year = 1984
other_titles = Asian Cup Singapore 1984


size =
caption =
country = Singapore
dates = December
num_teams = 10
confederations =
venues =
cities =
champion = KSA
count = 1
second = CHN
third = KUW
fourth = IRN
matches = 24
goals = 44
attendance =
top_scorer = flagicon|CHN Jia Xiuquan (3 goals)
flagicon|Iran Nasser Mohammadkhani (3 goals)
flagicon|Iran Shahrokh Bayani (3 goals)
player = flagicon|CHN Jia Xiuquan
updated =
The 1984 AFC Asian Cup was the eighth edition of the Asian Nations Cup, the football (soccer) championship of Asia (AFC). It was hosted by Singapore between December 1 and December 16. The field of ten teams was split into two groups of five. Saudi Arabia won their first championship, beating China in the final 2-0.

Qualification

*fb|Singapore qualified automatically as host
*fb|Kuwait qualified automatically as defending champions

The other 8 qualifying teams were:
*fb|China
*fb|India
*fb|Iran
*fb|Qatar
*fb|South Korea
*fb|Saudi Arabia
*fb|Syria
*fb|UAE

Finals

Group Stages

In the following tables:
* Pts = total points accumulated
* Pld = total games played
* W = total games won
* D = total games drawn (tied)
* L = total games lost
* GF = total goals scored (goals for)
* GA = total goals conceded (goals against)
* GD = goal difference (GF−GA)

Group A

December 3

December 7

December 10

December 1

December 4

December 8

December 11

Knockout Stages

Semi finals

footballbox
date = December 13, 1984
team1 = fb-rt|Saudi Arabia
score = 1–1
(AET)
5:4 (PS)
team2 = fb|Iran
goals1 = Bayani 87' (o.g.)
goals2 = Bayani 43'
stadium = Singapore
----footballbox
date = December 14, 1984
team1 = fb-rt|China
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|Kuwait
goals1 = Li Huayun ?'
goals2 =
stadium = Singapore

3rd/4th Playoff

footballbox
date = December 15, 1984
team1 = fb-rt|Kuwait
score = 1–1
(AET)
4:3 (PS)
team2 = fb|Iran
goals1 = Al-Haddad 21'
goals2 = Mohammadkhani 81'
stadium = Singapore

Final

footballbox
date = December 14, 1984
team1 = fb-rt|Saudi Arabia
score = 2–0
team2 = fb|China
goals1 = Nafisah 10'
Abdullah 47'
goals2 =
stadium = Singapore

Knockout Map

Round4-with third
December 13 - Singapore|fb|Saudi Arabia (PSO)|1 (5)|fb|Iran| 1 (4)
December 14 - Singapore|fb|China|1|fb|Kuwait"'|0
December 15 - Singapore|fb|Saudi Arabia|2|fb|China|0
December 16 - Singapore|fb|Kuwait (PSO)|1 (4)|fb|Iran| 1 (3)

Winners

Awards

MVP (Most Valuable Player)

*flagicon|CHN Jia Xiuquan

Top Scorer

*flagicon|CHN Jia Xiuquan - 3 goals

Total Goals per Team

11 goals:
*8 goals:
*7 goals:
*5 goals:
*3 goals:
*
*
*
*1 goals:
*0 goals:
*

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/84asch.html Details at RSSSF]


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