NEWS | 11/08/2014 | Javier GarcíaReal Madrid won the trophy in 2002 by winning 3-1 in Monaco.
The Madrid side took the initiative early on. Only fifteen minutes had passed when Roberto Carlos joined the attack set up the first goal. The Brazilian whipped a cross in and Paauwe scored an own goal.
Six minutes later, the left-back appeared again to make it 2-0. In the second half, the Dutch team cut the deficit, with a Van Hooijdonk free-kick, but Guti sealed the 3-1 scoreline with a header.
3- Real Madrid: Casillas, Salgado, Hierro, Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Cambiasso (Pavón, 88’), Makelele, Figo, Guti (Portillo, 70’), Zidane (Solari, 85’) and Raúl.
1- Feyenoord: Zoetebier, Emerton, Gyan (Buffel, 71’), Paauwe, Rzasa, Van Wonderen, Bosvelt, Kalou, Ono, Van Hooijdonk and Lurling.
1-0 (min. 15): Paauwe, o.g.
2-0 (min. 21): Roberto Carlos.
2-1 (min. 56: Van Hooijdonk.
3-1 (min. 60): Guti.
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland).
Stadium: Louis II (Monaco).