FIFA Fussball-Weltmeisterschaft USA FIFA Fussball-WM ™ Italy's Roberto Baggio fires his penalty in the USA Final shootover over the bar. Juli Baggio verschießt im WM-Finale; "Ich träume immer noch davon"; "Ich hatte das Gefühl, innerlich abzusterben". Die WM in den. Spielstatistiken zur Begegnung Brasilien - Italien (WM in den USA, Finale) mit Torschützen, Aufstellungen, Wechseln, gelben und roten Karten.
Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft 1994/FinalrundeDie Finalrunde der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft war ein vom 2. Juli bis Juli ausgetragener Bestandteil der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft der. Aufstellung Brasilien - Italien (WM in den USA, Finale). Spielstatistiken zur Begegnung Brasilien - Italien (WM in den USA, Finale) mit Torschützen, Aufstellungen, Wechseln, gelben und roten Karten.
Wm 1994 Finale Indholdsfortegnelse VideoWorld Cup Highlights: Argentina - Nigeria, USA 1994
1.Fc Mönchengladbach Guts Roulette oder Blackjack kannst du die Wm 1994 Finale Traditionen des GlГcksspiels entdecken. - AufstellungJankow 2.
Allerdings hatte dies keine Auswirkungen auf die Platzierungen. Die Schweiz , deren halbe Stammelf aus Bundesliga -Spielern bestand, verbuchte einen deutlichen Erfolg gegen Rumänien , das mit Gheorghe Hagi den Gastgeber schlug und als Gruppensieger ins Achtelfinale einzog.
Schweden startete durchwachsen ins Turnier, konnte aber aufgrund einer starken Besetzung in der Offensive neben der traditionell starken Defensive das Achtelfinal-Ticket lösen.
Russland zeigte nur im letzten Gruppenspiel, was es zu bieten hatte. Kamerun konnte nicht an die Leistungen der WM von anknüpfen. Altstar Roger Milla sollte aber wenigstens noch für den zweiten Rekord innerhalb des für den Rest des Turniers letztlich unbedeutenden Spiels zwischen Kamerun und Russland sorgen.
Deutschland konnte als erster Titelverteidiger überhaupt das Eröffnungsspiel für sich entscheiden. Spanien startete mit einem Unentschieden gegen Südkorea, konnte sich mit einem weiteren Unentschieden gegen den Weltmeister und einem Sieg über Bolivien qualifizieren.
Südkorea blieb bei letztlich erfolglosen Aufholphasen in den Spielen gegen Spanien und Deutschland auch bei der vierten WM-Teilnahme sieglos. Stefan Effenberg wurde von Berti Vogts nach Hause geschickt, nachdem er den deutschen Fans bei seiner Auswechslung im Spiel gegen Südkorea den gestreckten Mittelfinger zeigte.
Argentinien startete gut ins Turnier, vor allem dank seiner Superstars Maradona und Caniggia. Besonders beeindruckend war die technisch starke Offensivabteilung der Mannschaft.
Nigeria hatte schon damals eine Mannschaft mit vielen, meist noch jungen Hoffnungsträgern. Das beste Spiel zeigten sie zum Schluss der Gruppenphase gegen Nigeria, aber deren individuelle Klasse sollte sich durchsetzen.
Die Squadra Azzura konnte den Kopf nochmal aus der Schlinge ziehen. Zu zehnt gewann Italien das Spiel, ehe gegen Mexiko wieder eine leichte Ernüchterung folgte.
Irland spielte erneut eine starke WM. Obwohl den kampfstarken und mannschaftlich geschlossenen Iren im letzten Gruppenspiel gegen Norwegen trotz klarer Überlegenheit kein Tor gelang, reichte es zum Weiterkommen.
Norwegen traute nach der überraschend starken Qualifikation das Weiterkommen zu, obwohl es für sie seit 56 Jahren die erste WM-Teilnahme war.
Praktisch ohne Sturm konnten sie das Achtelfinale nicht mehr erreichen. In dieser ausgeglichensten WM-Gruppe in der Geschichte entschieden letztlich nur die erzielten Tore und der direkte Vergleich zwischen Irland und Italien über die Platzierungen zugunsten der Mexikaner und Iren.
Neuling Saudi-Arabien sollte in allen drei Vorrundenspielen positiv überraschen. Danach gelang ein Sieg gegen das etwas stärker eingeschätzte Marokko und ein Sieg gegen Belgien , durch ein bemerkenswertes Solo-Tor von Said al-Uwairan.
Marokko schied punktlos aus, obwohl sie alle drei Spiele stets offen halten konnten. Belgien war nach dem Erfolg im Prestigeduell gegen die Niederlande bereits für das Achtelfinale qualifiziert, die Niederlage gegen Saudi-Arabien schmerzte nicht mehr besonders.
Im Spiel Deutschland gegen Belgien zeigte der Titelverteidiger seine beste Turnierleistung, dennoch hatten die Deutschen noch Glück, da den Belgiern ein klarer Elfmeter verwehrt wurde.
Ein frühes Tor der Spanier sorgte für die Vorentscheidung, die mit zwei Toren in der zweiten Halbzeit zur Gewissheit wurde. Die Überraschungsmannschaft aus Saudi-Arabien zeigte gegen Schweden eine engagierte Leistung, ihr fehlten jedoch die Mittel, um die routinierten Schweden in Bedrängnis zu bringen.
Nach dem Anschlusstreffer Saudi-Arabiens in der Die Niederlande gewannen ihr Achtelfinale problemlos mit gegen die Iren.
Die beiden Tore für die Elftal fielen schon in der Anfangsphase und die Iren waren danach chancenlos. Argentinien musste ohne den gesperrten Diego Maradona und den verletzten Claudio Caniggia antreten und konnte die Niederlage gegen Rumänien nicht verhindern.
Rumänien stand erstmals in einem WM-Viertelfinale, für Argentinien war es das schlechteste Abschneiden seit Nigeria ging im Spiel gegen Mitfavorit Italien in Führung.
Die junge, unerfahrene Mannschaft musste kurz vor Ende der regulären Spielzeit den Ausgleich hinnehmen. The ceremony was emceed by Oprah Winfrey , who fell off the dais in introducing Diana Ross , who gave a musical performance.
Ross was also supposed to kick a football into the goal from the penalty spot at the beginning of her performance, with the goal then splitting in two as part of a pre-orchestrated stunt.
She kicked the ball wide to the left, missing the goal, but the goalposts were collapsed anyway in accordance with the stunt plans.
In addition, Daryl Hall and Jon Secada also gave musical performances. The Group A game between the United States and Switzerland was the first to take place indoors, played under the roof at the Pontiac Silverdome.
Victories against Colombia and the United States in front of a crowd of 93, were enough to see Romania through as group winners, despite a 4—1 hammering by Switzerland in between.
The magnitude of that victory allowed Switzerland to move ahead of the United States on goal difference, although the hosts qualified for the second round as one of the best third-placed teams.
Switzerland's 4—1 victory over Romania came nearly 40 years to the date of Switzerland's last World Cup victory, also a 4—1 victory, on that occasion over Italy.
Group B produced two of the four semi-finalists of this World Cup — Brazil and Sweden — and was also one of the two groups in which only two, rather than three, sides progressed to the second round.
The match between the two eliminated teams, Cameroon and Russia, broke two World Cup records. Oleg Salenko of Russia became the first — and remains the only [ citation needed ] — man to score five goals in a single World Cup game as Russia won 6—1.
The goals also ensured that Salenko finished the tournament joint-top scorer with six goals, having previously bagged one against Sweden.
Cameroon left a mark too as Roger Milla, at the age of 42, became the oldest World Cup goalscorer of all time, as he grabbed his side's consolation goal in the game.
The result was not enough to take Russia through following losses to Brazil and Sweden. Brazil beat Cameroon, and then confirmed the top spot with a draw to Sweden.
The Swedes also progressed, finishing in second place with five points. Sweden's 3—1 victory over Russia was the nation's first World Cup victory since July 3, Russia failed to progress to the second round for the second time, while Cameroon failed to repeat their surprise performance from the previous tournament.
As was the case with Group B, Group C would only send two teams into the Round of 16 as Spain and defending champions Germany progressed to round two.
Coming from two goals down with four minutes left to snatch a 2—2 draw against Spain, the South Koreans very nearly eclipsed that feat against Germany when they came from 3—0 down to lose narrowly 3—2.
In spite of these comebacks, South Korea was held to a 0—0 draw against Bolivia in their other group game when a win would have seen them through. Spain's late implosion against the South Koreans effectively decided that it would be Germany who won the group and not them.
Germany, who defeated Bolivia 1—0 in the tournament's opening game, finished with seven points. Spain had to settle for second place despite leading in all three games.
Despite Bolivia finishing last in the group, Erwin Sanchez made team history after scoring the nation's first World Cup goal in a 3—1 loss to Spain.
Prior to , Bolivia had never scored in either of their previous appearances at the and World Cups. Tournament favorites Argentina led by Diego Maradona collected a maximum of six points from their opening two games after dominating Greece 4—0 in Foxboro with a Gabriel Batistuta hattrick before winning a close match against a formidable Nigeria with a 2—1 victory on the same field four days later; despite this Argentina finished third in the group.
Nigeria had been very impressive on their World Cup debut, and despite the narrow loss to Argentina, had emerged as group winners following victories against Bulgaria and Greece, the latter in which Nigeria doubled its lead late on a goal from Daniel Amokachi — a goal that would allow Nigeria to top its group.
Maradona only played with Argentina during their first two games, both in Foxborough playing Greece and Nigeria and scoring his last ever World Cup goal against the former ; he was thrown out of the tournament after testing positive for ephedrine.
Having qualified for the tournament through a last-gasp goal against France, Bulgaria surprised many people, as the nation had never even won a game at the World Cup finals prior to this tournament.
Despite losing its opening game 3—0 to Nigeria, Bulgaria came back in style with a 4—0 win over Greece who had suffered exactly the same fate five days earlier against Argentina , and a 2—0 win against Argentina saw them advance.
Argentina had actually been winning the group going into injury time, while Bulgaria played the last 25 minutes with 10 men; however, a 91st-minute header from Nasko Sirakov meant that Argentina dropped two places and finished third.
Nigeria won the group on goal difference. Bulgaria's victory over Argentina earned them second place.
Group E remains the only group in World Cup history in which all four teams finished with the same points and same goal difference.
It began at Giants Stadium where Ray Houghton 's chip ensured a shock Irish victory over the then-three-time champions Italy by 1—0, as well as gaining a measure of revenge for the previous World Cup , in which Italy both hosted and eliminated Ireland at the quarter-final stage.
The next day in Washington, Norway played its first World Cup game since and Kjetil Rekdal 's goal five minutes from time proved decisive in an equally tense encounter as Norway beat Mexico.
In the second round of group play, the tropical weather of Orlando played a key factor for Mexico in their next game against Ireland.
The match was held in record-breaking heat and humidity, temperatures in which the Mexicans were accustomed to but visibly uncomforted the Irish.
Aldridge was able to regain concentration in time to score six minutes from the end of the game to make it 2—1.
Despite their loss, Aldridge's goal proved crucial to Ireland in the final group standings. During the previous day at Giants Stadium in New Jersey, Italy's World Cup hopes seemed to be diminishing fast as goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca was sent off with the game still at 0—0.
Yet despite this, Italy was still able to salvage an important 1—0 victory. Norway would ultimately pay a price for their inability to take advantage of Pagliuca's dismissal.
With the four teams level on points, the final two group games would each have to finish as draws for things to stay that way.
Republic of Ireland made it through after a dreary 0—0 draw with Norway; midfielders Massaro and Bernal traded strikes as Italy and Mexico played to a 1—1 draw.
Those results meant that Mexico won the group on goals scored, with three in the group. With Ireland and Italy also progressing having finished with identical records, the Irish team qualified as second place as a result of their victory against the Italians.
Norway's shortcomings in attack ultimately let them down, and they exited the tournament with only one goal.
Despite winning both of its first two matches 1—0 against Morocco and neighbors Netherlands, Belgium finished third as, in an upset, it lost to tournament newcomers Saudi Arabia 1—0 in the third game.
During that game, Saudi player Saaed Al-Owairian ran from his own half through a maze of Belgian players to score the game's only goal.
Saudi Arabia advanced through to the Round of 16 as well, having also defeated Morocco 2—1. The Netherlands endured a somewhat nervier experience.
The opening 2—1 victory against Saudi Arabia was followed by the 1—0 loss against Belgium before another 2—1 victory against Morocco, with Bryan Roy scoring the winner a mere 12 minutes from time, saw the Dutch win the group having scored more goals than Belgium and beaten Saudi Arabia.
Morocco, despite losing all three of their group games, did not leave without a fight, as each of their losses were by just a single goal, 1—0 to Belgium, 2—1 to Saudi Arabia, and 2—1 to the Netherlands.
Michel Preud'homme. After the tournament, FIFA published a ranking of all teams that competed in the World Cup finals based on progress in the competition, overall results and quality of the opposition.
For other uses, see World Cup disambiguation. This section needs additional citations for verification. Berger was closing in on them both, however the Williamses held him off and looked set to finish 1—2 until Coulthard slowed dramatically, as he ran out of fuel on the last lap.
Eddie Irvine was given a one-race ban suspended for three races for his behaviour in the first corner incident at the first start.
With three-quarters of the season gone, Schumacher who had served one race of his two-race ban led the championship with 76 points, but Hill, second with 65 points was just 11 points behind.
Berger was third with 33, Alesi fourth with 19, Häkkinen fifth with 18, Barrichello sixth with 13, Brundle seventh with 11 and Verstappen eighth with 8.
In the Constructors' Championship, Benetton led with 85 points but Williams were hot on their heels with Ferrari were not too far behind with 58, and McLaren fourth with Schumacher was still banned as the field went to Portugal.
Philippe Adams had another go in the financially struggling Lotus. At the start, Coulthard got ahead of Hill and Alesi was ahead of Häkkinen.
Berger only lasted until lap 8 when his gearbox failed, promoting Barrichello to the points. Just before the stops, Katayama's gearbox also failed, on lap Coulthard went wide while lapping a backmarker on lap 33, and Hill edged ahead.
On lap 39, when Alesi was coming up to lap David Brabham , they collided and both were out. Soon afterwards, Verstappen passed Brundle to take fifth.
The second round of stops did not change anything. Hill won with Coulthard second, giving Williams a 1—2 and the lead in the Constructors' Championship, ahead of Häkkinen, Barrichello, Verstappen and Brundle.
To the new race in Jerez and there was major news. Schumacher was back after his ban, and with the CART season finished, Mansell replaced Coulthard for the remainder of the season in order to help Williams in the Constructors battle.
Johnny Herbert was moved from Lotus to Ligier in place of Eric Bernard, who travelled the opposite way to partner Zanardi. At the start, Hill took the lead from Schumacher while Mansell went backwards, losing three places with Barrichello getting ahead of Berger.
Mansell quickly passed Berger and then Barrichello to get up to fourth. During the stops, Hill messed up and the team, afraid that he would lose the lead, sent him back out too quickly without giving him enough fuel.
Schumacher however was already ahead and Hill had to stop again for fuel. When he rejoined, he was over 20 seconds behind.
Mansell too was slow and Barrichello was ahead of him. Mansell tried to pass him and there was contact. Both had to pit, with Mansell dropping to seventh and Barrichello going well down.
The result was the same when Berger attacked Frentzen but damage was minor. They rejoined in sixth and seventh, behind Häkkinen, Irvine and Mansell, with Berger ahead.
Mansell, now fifth, spun off on lap 48 into retirement while trying to close the gap to Irvine. With just two more races to go, there was a major battle for the Drivers' Championship.
Schumacher led the championship with 86 points, but Hill was right behind with Berger was third with 35, Häkkinen fourth with 26, Alesi fifth with 19, Barrichello sixth with 16, Coulthard seventh with 14 and Brundle eighth with The Constructors' Championship was even closer as Benetton led with 97 points and Williams a mere 2 points behind on Ferrari were third with 60, while McLaren were fourth with More driver roulette followed before Japan.
Benetton signed up Herbert from Ligier, in order to help them in the Constructors battle. This left Verstappen out of a drive for the last two races.
JJ Lehto landed the Sauber seat for the remaining two races, vacated by Andrea de Cesaris who retired from the sport.
Finn Mika Salo joined Lotus for the remainder of the season, Frenchman Franck Lagorce was promoted from Ligier test duties to race alongside Panis and Japanese driver Taki Inoue replaced Schiattarella for his home race.
Mercedes-Benz ended months of speculation and confirmed their return to Formula 1 as an engine supplier for McLaren.
Eddie Jordan immediately picked up a Peugeot works engine deal for his team for At the start the track was wet and it was raining heavily.
Mansell went backwards again with Alesi getting ahead of Irvine. Herbert spun off on lap 4 and retired, while Mansell soon passed Irvine.
On lap 14, Morbidelli crashed, and Brundle crashed off shortly after at the same point whilst the marshalls were still dealing with Morbidelli's car.
Although no-one was hit by the car, one marshall was hit by debris and suffered a broken leg; the race was stopped.
The race restarted after some time behind the Safety Car and Frentzen ran wide into the first corner, dropping down three places.
Schumacher, who was just ahead on track but 6 seconds ahead on aggregate pitted early on lap He took on fresh tyres and a fuel load that was insufficient to last to the end of the race.
He rejoined 17 seconds behind Hill on aggregate but got caught in traffic and soon the gap was up to 30 seconds before it stabilized. This meant that Hill rejoined 7 seconds ahead on lap 25 when he pitted and fueled to the end of the race, but only 3 of his tyres were changed due to a sticking wheel nut.
This, coupled with Hill's heavy fuel load appeared to hinder him and Schumacher began to close in. On lap 36, Schumacher took the lead on aggregate, though he was still behind on the track.
He pulled away rapidly, but he needed to pit again whereas Hill did not. On lap 40 Schumacher made his second stop, rejoining 15 seconds behind Hill on aggregate.
Renowned for his ability in the wet and on fresher tyres, Schumacher closed in on Hill at a rate of over a second a lap, but ran out of time to catch him.
Hill won by 3. Peter Sauber confirmed a deal with a Ford engine for At the start, Mansell dropped backwards as was proving usual, with Irvine getting ahead of Barrichello, leaving the front six as Schumacher, Hill, Häkkinen, Irvine, Mansell and Barrichello.
Schumacher and Hill, separated by a second pulled away at an astonishing rate from the field. Mansell took fourth from Irvine on lap 10 and six laps later, Irvine spun off into the wall and retired.
It did not take long for Mansell to pass Häkkinen but even then he was lapping over a second slower than Schumacher and Hill. During the stops, Schumacher and Hill stayed just over a second apart, while, behind, Berger got ahead of Alesi and both got ahead of Barrichello.
Soon Berger passed Häkkinen, with Alesi following him through three laps later. On lap 35, Schumacher went wide at the East Terrace corner and brushed the wall.
He lost time but at the time, it was unclear whether his car was damaged or not. Hill was suddenly right behind him and saw his chance to pass, taking the inside line into the next corner.
As Hill's Williams drew alongside the Benetton, Schumacher appeared to turn in aggressively and there was contact between the two rival cars.
The Benetton was then momentarily flung into the air and was damaged badly enough to mean immediate retirement for the German. Hill's car initially appeared to be undamaged but it was soon apparent the Briton's front left wishbone was broken.
Hill toured back slowly to the pits and after some time trying to repair the damage, retired. Whether this accident had been deliberately caused by Schumacher — in the knowledge he had damaged his car in running wide at the East Terrace Corner — remains a matter of some debate, however it handed Michael Schumacher the first of his FIA Formula One World Championships.
Mansell and the two Ferraris fought for the lead, but Alesi lost a full lap and dropped down to eighth during the second round of stops because of trouble fixing a tyre and then stalling his car while trying to leave.
Behind, Brundle got ahead of Barrichello. On lap 77, Häkkinen's brakes failed, sending him into the wall and into retirement.
Thus, at the end of the season, Schumacher with 92 points pipped Hill on 91 by just one point. Controversy and speculation was abound about this result [ citation needed ] , however the FIA took no action as Williams, who were still dealing with Senna's death [ citation needed ] , did not protest.
Berger came third with 41, Häkkinen fourth with 26, Alesi fifth with 24, Barrichello sixth with 19, Brundle seventh with 16 and Coulthard eighth with In the Constructors' Championship, Williams with points beat Benetton with Ferrari were third with 71 and McLaren were fourth with From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Races by country Races by venue. Main article: San Marino Grand Prix. See also: Death of Ayrton Senna. Formula One portal.
Motor Sport. December Retrieved 12 August Archived from the original on Retrieved Retrieved 15 August Malik, Ibrar Formula One seasons.
Categories : Formula One seasons in Formula One. Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from March All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from November Commons category link is on Wikidata.
Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version.
Wikimedia Commons. Rothmans Williams Renault. FW16 FW16B. Renault RS6 3. Damon Hill. Ayrton Senna. B2: Schweden Schweden.
Brasilien Brasilien. B1: Brasilien Brasilien. Niederlande Niederlande. F1: Niederlande Niederlande. E2: Irland Irland.
Italien Italien. C1: Deutschland Deutschland. F3: Belgien Belgien. Deutschland Deutschland. Bulgarien Bulgarien.
E1: Mexiko Mexiko. D2: Bulgarien Bulgarien. Spiel um Platz 3. D1: Nigeria Nigeria. E3: Italien Italien.
Spanien Spanien. C2: Schweiz Schweiz. A2: Spanien Spanien.