Supported by ÖFB Corps Philippe Moeny (until the 70th minute) and former Salzburg defender Andre Ramalho (playing through), PSV Eindhoven are showing nonstop towards the Champions League match. In the first leg of the third preliminary round, the Dutch celebrated a clear 3-0 victory over FC Midtjelland of Denmark.
The Eindhoven-based company laid the foundation for success in 13 furious minutes. After 19 minutes of playing, young Englishman Noni Madwiki scored the first goal for the hosts, just ten minutes later Mario Gotze added after a superb long pass from Ramalho. Cody Gakbo (32) scored after three minutes to make it 3-0.
In the event of a possible promotion, the Dutch will face the winner of the duel between Spartak Moscow and Benfica Lisbon.
Monaco beats the fast invaders
AS Monaco is also the sovereign in a duel with the rapid conqueror of Sparta Prague. Monaco won 2-0 away and also has one leg in qualifying. In the 37th minute, Aurelien Chuamini (37) advanced, and Kevin Volland (59) won 2-0 in the second half.
Salzburg-Schreck Malmö FF brings Glasgow Rangers to its knees 2-1. Soren Rex (47th) and Veliko Permanšević (49th) hit the Swedes in front with a double kick, and the Rangers kept their chances of going up with a hit from Steve Davis (90+5) in the fifth minute of stoppage time.
CFR CFR Cluj Young Boys shocked Bern with an early goal by Christian Mania (fourth), but had to accept Vincent Ciero’s late goal in the third minute of stoppage time. The game ends 1: 1.
Shakhtar Donetsk turned from 0-1 down after the first half at KRC Genk to a 2-1 win. Tite (63.) with a penalty and Alan Patrick (81) narrowly secured the victory after Paul Onwacho (39.) gave the Belgians the lead.
The return match will be held on August 10. The winners reach the playoffs, which are about to enter the group stage of the Champions League. The losers move to the group stage in the European League.
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