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Red Star Belgrade 3, Coco Colo 0

December 8, 1991

TOKYO (AP) _ Vladimir Jugovic scored two goals and Darko Panchev added one Sunday as Red Star Belgrade of Yugoslavia beat Coco Colo of Chile 3-0 for the Intercontintal Cup, soccer’s world club championship.

Jugovic scored 19 minutes into the first half and 14 minutes into the second half for Red Star, which won the title for the first time. Panchev scored with 18 minutes remaining before a sellout crowd of 60,000 at Tokyo’s National Stadium.

Red Star, which beat Olympique Marseille of France 5-3 on penalty kicks after a scoreless tie in the European Champions Cup final last May, played the second half a man short after Dejan Savicevic, its captain, was ejected for rough play.

Two other Red Star players - midfielder Sinisa Mihajlovic and defender Goran Vasilijevic - were given the yellow cards for rough plays in the first three minutes of the second half.

Colo Colo reached the world title game by beating Olimpia of Paraguay 3-0 last May in the final of the Liberators Cup, the South American club championship.

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