Ferencvaros, Dynamo, and Olympiakos make CL group stage

BUDAPEST: The Hungarian side through on away goals next a 3-3 draw in Norway Ferencvaros reached the Champions’ League group stage for the first time in 25 years after a 0-0 draw with Molded-in their last game round revisit leg sent on Tuesday. The Belgians did Olympiakos Piraeus 0-0 draw at Omonoia Nicosia was enough for a 2-0 largely conquest against the Cypriots Dynamo Kyiv connected them after a 3-0 home win over Gent completed their 5-1 total tumult. The company missed numerous chances to move on Ferencvaros sudden accidental high-scoring draw in Norway and rode their luck again in Budapest. With custodian Denes Dibusz, dragging off a fine save Molder’s Etzaz Husain blazed a shot that repelled over the inn from close range in the 55th minute before Erik Hasted rejected a gilt-edged occasion in the 76th.

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The force on by beat long balls and crosses into the Ferencvaros penalty area but the home side’s packed defense held firm surrogate Ola Brynhildsen’s shoot creeps broad in the failing minutes as Molde heaped. Mykola Shaparenko upset the post with an excellent lob from 20 meters Dynamo’s Vitality Buyalskiy put them in front with an elegant back heel in the ninth minute before the gifted midfielder. After Gent Protector Igor Plastun handled a Garson Rodriguez, cross Carlos De Pena meshed the first of Dynamo’s two punishments to make it 2-0, ransacking in a low spot-kick in the 36th minute. By right back Nurio Fortuna, sending Roef the wrong way with his punishment Luxembourg forward Rodriguez added the third early in the second half after Vladyslav Supryaha dragged down. With home keeper, Fabiano making a thread of good saves to reject the Greeks an even better collective win Olympiakos made light work of eradicating Omonoia as they never looked in hazard of losing their two-goal benefit from the first leg. Midtjylland host Slavia Prague after a goalless impasse in the Czech state while Salzburg divert Maccabi Tel Aviv after beating them 2-1Krasnodar was slated to defend a 2-1 first-leg lead at PAOK Salonika in Wednesday’s action.

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