Who is the biggest surprise winner in the European Cup final? There is a “fight” on the set of La Tribune

After two contested days on the European scene, the Belgian clubs are still undefeated. These results are excellent for the coefficient but they constitute a real surprise. Apart from Hungary which has only one representative (Ferencvaros editor’s note), Belgium is the only nation not to have lost a single match in the European Cup yet. This Monday evening, the columnists present on the set of La Tribune named their biggest surprise winner in the European Cup final. Manuel Jous and Phillip Albert lent themselves to the game of “The Brawl in the Tribune”.

“For me, it was May 7, 1986 at the stadium Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan of Seville where FC Barcelona of Bernd Schuster, Steve Archibald and the coach Terry Venables must challenge Steaua Bucharest. A final in which the Romanian goalkeeper Helmuth Duckadam will be dubbed Sevilla’s hero for failing to concede after 90 minutes, after extra time and after the penalty shootout.” argue Phillip Albert.

“We stay in the south but in the south of Italy on May 29, 1991 in Bari in the Puglia region. On paper, the final between the Red Star of Belgrade and Olympique de Marseille is unbalanced. A final which is also plays on penalties and who sees the Red Star emerge” chain Manuel Jous.

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