In the 1986-87 UEFA Cup final, a big football match happened between teams from Sweden and Scotland. IFK Göteborg, a strong team from Sweden, won the championship after playing two games against Dundee United from Scotland. They won with an overall score of 2-1.
In the first game in Gothenburg, Sweden, IFK Göteborg won 1-0 against Dundee United. This game had lots of excitement, with 50,023 fans cheering in the stadium. The referee, Siegfried Kirschen from East Germany, made sure the game was fair.
The second game was in Dundee, Scotland, where Dundee United managed to draw 1-1 against IFK Göteborg. It was an intense match with goals from both teams. 20,911 people watched this exciting game, and the referee, Ioan Igna from Romania, made sure everything went smoothly.