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Belica’s debut failed!  Al-Ittihad is frustrated against Braga

Belica’s debut failed! Al-Ittihad is frustrated against Braga

Nenad Bjelica certainly imagined his managerial debut at Union Berlin differently.

Although the ‘Iron’ picked up a point from Portugal in a 1-1 draw against Sporting Braga, they continued to disappoint across the board. In addition, Braga had to make do with one player less from the 30th minute onwards as Nyakete was sent off for a dangerous foul.

Union was able to take advantage of the majority in the beginning and took the lead after a counterattack by Goossens (40), but then completely lost the thread in the second half and abandoned the victory carelessly.

Braga has great chances when outnumbered

Shortly after the break, Gallo (51) took advantage of a bad pass from Knoche and scored the equalizer 1-1. Gallo and Horta then took the lead twice more, but were unable to convert their chances. With a lot of luck, the majority Berliners will be able to salvage a tie over time.

New coach Bjelica is almost constantly moving around his training area, giving loud instructions and encouraging his team, but in the end he must helplessly watch his pupils’ poor performances from the sidelines.

Union Berlin still occupies last place in Group C with only two points, while Braga occupies third place with four points.

Alaba helped Al-Dream win Real Madrid

In the parallel group match, Real Madrid and Napoli engaged in a thrilling encounter, which the record Champions League winners eventually won 4-2.

The Italian champion initially took the lead through Simeone (9th), but Rodrigo (11th) immediately leveled the score. The Brazilian is currently in top form and this goal represents his tenth direct involvement in his last four competitive matches for the Royals.

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ÖFB player David Alaba also showed a strong performance topped off with a brilliant cross in the 22nd minute. Bellingham effortlessly slots the perfect ball into the net.

Shortly after the end of the first half, Anguissa (47) equalized the score at 2-2, but Real took control and confidently achieved its fifth victory in its fifth match. Substitutes Paz (84) and Joselu (90 +4) made things clear at the end of the second half.