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CL Qualifiers: Stögers Ferencvaros continues, Dragovic's red star - football

CL Qualifiers: Stögers Ferencvaros continues, Dragovic’s red star – football

Peter Stoeger can look forward to reaching the Champions League play-off. The former Austria coach lost the second leg in Slavia Prague 0-1 to Ferencvaros Budapest, but thanks to a 2-0 win in the first leg it was enough for a promotion.

Stoeger had to shiver for a long time with his two streams. Lukas Masopust puts the Czech champions ahead after 36 minutes of play. After that, the host took control as he pleased, but he could not take advantage of his many opportunities. Even the yellow and red card of Eldar Civic (84) cannot be used by the Czechs to their advantage.

In the end, Stöger is allowed to advance to the Champions League play-off, meaning Ferencvaros is at least safe in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League. The battle for a ticket to the group stage of the Champions League is against the winner of the Young Boys Burn duel against CFR Cluj – Now in the live broadcast >>>.

Dragovic flies in Moldova

Someone’s joy is another’s sadness. Aleksandar Dragovic should say goodbye to the UEFA Champions League early with Red Star Belgrade. After a 1-1 draw in the first leg at home against Moldovan champion Sherif Tiraspol, the ÖFB star, who played through it, lost 0-1 away at home.

Danilo Arboleda Hurtado (45 + 2) scored the decisive goal with the whistle at the end of the first half. Red Star resists early qualification, but can’t stop it.

The Serbian champions move into the Europa League play-off and will face the loser in the Young Boys Burn duel against CFR Cluj.

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