1998–99 Ukrainian Cup

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The 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup was the eighth annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition, also known as Kubok of Ukraine.wikipedia
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Ukrainian Cup

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The 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup was the eighth annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition, also known as Kubok of Ukraine.

Ukraine

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The 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup was the eighth annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition, also known as Kubok of Ukraine.

Association football

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The 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup was the eighth annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition, also known as Kubok of Ukraine.

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup

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The winners of this competition will enter as Ukraine's Cup Winner representative in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup for 1999—2000 season.

Ternopil Oblast

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There was a single game between two Ternopil Oblast teams on August 1, 1998.

Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex

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The final was held at the NSC Olimpiysky on May 30, 1999, in Kiev.

Kiev

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The final was held at the NSC Olimpiysky on May 30, 1999, in Kiev.

1999 Ukrainian Cup Final

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The match was the 8th Ukrainian Cup Final and it was contested by Dynamo Kyiv and Karpaty Lviv.

Artyom Lopatkin

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In 1999 he scored eight goals in the 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup for FC Stal Alchevsk and repeating the record for the most goals scored in the cup's season that was set by Vitaliy Parakhnevych.