Aberdeen's glory in Gothenburg: 30 years on 11 May 2013 From the section Football Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/22461816 Read more about sharing. 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. 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. 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. 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'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. 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. 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.