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UEFA Europa League qualifiers, second leg: The favourites will not forgive |  UEFA European Conference League

UEFA Europa League qualifiers, second leg: The favourites will not forgive | UEFA European Conference League

Great night of football after the first leg of the Europa League qualifiers. Some of the candidates who went too far in the tournament did not fail.

Quinilla: What are your expectations?

Leicester City – Randers 4-1


Leicester – Randers 4-1

Although Hammershøy-Mistrati managed to equalize Ndidi’s goal before the break, Leicester proved to be a team far superior to the Randers.

Which is that in the second half he scored three more goals to put his pass to the round of 16 well and by chance confirms that the English Premier League team will be one of the teams to consider in the tournament.

Celtic – Bodo / Glimt 1-3

Celtic - Bodo / Glimt 1-3


Celtic – Bodo / Glimt 1-3

Bodo/Glimt, who had already achieved a historic victory over Roma in the group stage, remains one of the biggest surprises in the competition, as it showed up against a historic team like Celtic, where they prevailed in the 55th minute 0-2 thanks to goals from Espegord and Pellegrino.

And although Maeda gave life to the Scottish team, the Norwegians managed to achieve 1-3 in 81 minutes through Vettelsen and made the Norwegian team’s dreams very high, which is within sight of reaching the round of 16.

Fenerbahce – Slavia de Braga 2-3

Fenerbahce - Slavia de Braga 2-3


Fenerbahce – Slavia de Braga 2-3

A Kadıoğlu goal seven minutes before time allowed the Turkish side to face the return leg alive next week after Slavia Praha were always ahead of the scoreboard, although they may regret not holding the 1-3 result in your favour.

Bilkas equalized Ibrahim Traore’s goal before the break, but after one hour of play and in a time of two minutes (from 62′ to 64′), Dorley and Linger left the referee despite the goal already mentioned by Kadioglu.

Marseille – Karabakh 3-1

Marseille - Karabakh 3-1


Marseille – Karabakh 3-1

Marseille, one of the favorites to win the title, did not give Karabakh a chance in the first half thanks to two goals from Polish striker Milik.

Five minutes from the end, Kadi scored a goal that gave life to his team in the second leg, but in extra time Payet was responsible for a semi-final strike to equalize.

Free tickets to the final

next one?

the Matches back They are being held a week after the first leg on February 24. The winners of the playoffs get a place in round of sixteen On February 25th they will no longer be ranked.

The first seeds are AZ Alkmaar, Basel, Copenhagen, Feyenoord, Gent, LASK, Rennes and Rome.

PSV Eindhoven – Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0

PSV Eindhoven - Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0


PSV Eindhoven – Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0

And PSV Eindhoven, one of the other candidates, coming from the European Football League, scored a difficult victory thanks to a goal after 11 minutes of play, scored by young Dutchman Cody Gakbo.

Eindhoven looked for more goals, but would have to defend a minimum income in the McCabe household.

Sparta Prague – Partizan 0-1

Sparta Prague - Partizan 0-1


Sparta Prague – Partizan 0-1

When it seemed that a difficult match in Prague would end without goals, in a swift move 12 minutes before the end of the match, Partizan scored a key goal through Minij.

Indeed, Partizan had a clear opportunity late in the game to double their lead, but Milos Jogic’s shot was blocked by goalkeeper Dominic Holic.

Midtjylland – PAOK 1-0

Midtjylland - PAOK 1-0


Midtjylland – PAOK 1-0

Everything will be decided next week in Greece after the Danes managed to secure the victory thanks to a goal from Joel Anderson in the 20th minute and PAOK did not get the equalizer they so desperately sought.

The unbeatable opportunity was enjoyed by Brazilian midfielder Charles, who hit the ball from distance to the post and could not double Midtjylland’s advantage.

Rapid de Vienna – Speed ​​2-1

Rapid de Vienna - Speed ​​2-1


Rapid de Vienna – Speed ​​2-1

Two goals in the first 16 minutes of play, the first in the first minute by Druijf (the second by Grüll), seemed to seal a win for Rapid Wien, who dominated the match until he was reduced to ten men per match. 65th minute’ when Filip Stojkovic saw his second yellow card.

Vitesse took advantage of this to close the gap through Obenda, so it’s all at the expense of what happens in a week in the Netherlands to see which team beats this draw.

What is the knockout role of the playoffs?

The UEFA Champions League knockout round was introduced for the first time this season. There are 16 combined teams: the eight second-placed teams from the UEFA Europa Conference League groups and the eight third-placed teams from the UEFA Europa League groups.

The qualifiers will play back and forth and will end on Thursday, February 24th. The extraterrestrial value rule is no longer in effect. The eight winners will advance to the round of 16 Draw will take place on Friday, February 25th (The eight group winners are already eligible.) The eight losers in the play-off will be disqualified from the 2012/22 European competitions.

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