Aberdeen's glory in Gothenburg: 30 years on

Stuart Kennedy (left) rounds off the scoring as Aberdeen open the tournament with a 7-0 home win against Swiss side Sion. Mark McGhee scored twice in a 4-1 second leg win.
Stuart Kennedy (left) rounds off the scoring as Aberdeen open the tournament with a 7-0 home win against Swiss side Sion. Mark McGhee scored twice in a 4-1 second leg win.
John Hewitt (centre) scored the only goal of the game against a stubborn Dinamo Tirana in the first round proper, with Aberdeen holding on for a 0-0 in Albania.
John Hewitt (centre) scored the only goal of the game against a stubborn Dinamo Tirana in the first round proper, with Aberdeen holding on for a 0-0 in Albania.
Polish side Lech Poznan were the next visitors to Pittodrie, with Mark McGhee and Peter Weir on target for the Dons. A Dougie Bell goal settled the away leg.
Polish side Lech Poznan were the next visitors to Pittodrie, with Mark McGhee and Peter Weir on target for the Dons. A Dougie Bell goal settled the away leg.
A quarter-final tie with the mighty Bayern Munich saw Aberdeen hold out for a 0-0 in Bavaria but the Germans established a 2-1 lead at Pittodrie.
A quarter-final tie with the mighty Bayern Munich saw Aberdeen hold out for a 0-0 in Bavaria but the Germans established a 2-1 lead at Pittodrie.
However, Alex McLeish thumped in a header from Gordon Strachan's clever free-kick to level the game on 76 minutes and John Hewitt knocked in a close-range rebound 60 seconds later to complete a remarkable victory.
However, Alex McLeish thumped home a header from Gordon Strachan's clever free-kick to level the game on 76 minutes and John Hewitt knocked in a close-range rebound 60 seconds later to complete a remarkable victory.
Mark McGhee forces the ball in from close range in the first leg of the semi-final against Waterschei.
Mark McGhee forces the ball in from close range in the first leg of the semi-final against Waterschei. The striker scored twice as the Belgians were demolished 5-1 to set up a comfortable 5-2 aggregate success.
Close to 15,000 Aberdeen fans made the trip to Gothenburg for the final against European giants Real Madrid.
Close to 15,000 Aberdeen fans made the trip to Gothenburg's Ullevi Stadium for the final against European giants Real Madrid.
Eric Black (left) opened the scoring on a rainy night in Sweden before a penalty from Juanito levelled the game.
Eric Black (left) opened the scoring on a rainy night in Sweden before a penalty from Juanito levelled the game.
With 112 minutes played, super-sub John Hewitt dives to head home a lovely cross from Mark McGhee.
With 112 minutes played, super-sub John Hewitt dives to head home a lovely cross from Mark McGhee.
Dons manager Alex Ferguson joins in the celebrations at full-time.
Dons manager Alex Ferguson joins in the celebrations at full-time.
Captain Willie Miller gets his hands on the European Cup Winners' Cup trophy.
Captain Willie Miller gets his hands on the European Cup Winners' Cup trophy.
Alex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox show off the cup - one of 10 trophies the pair brought to Pittodrie.
Alex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox show off the cup - one of 10 trophies the pair brought to Pittodrie.