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The CFR and Young Boys couldn’t stand each other in the Champions League qualifiers in the first game of the duel, as the guests tied in overtime.

Potential opponents of the FTC just can’t stand each other (Photo: Melinda Nagy)


History repeated itself at Cluj-Napoca, where the Council on Foreign Relations again failed to beat the Young Boys in minutes of overtime. Last December, his two teams fought for promotion in the Europa League group stage, then Berneke’s side won 2-1 with two goals in the 93rd and 96th minutes – but they are now tied in the 92nd minute.

LCFR coach Marius Somodica surprised the guests with a five-goal line-up and his players with a well-executed free kick: after Cyprien Dick. Christian Manya Push the ball into the net from the throat of the goal. Bernice’s response came almost immediately, but Jordan Sepacho’s header was defended by Cluj goalkeeper Gedrios Arlawskis. After a balanced quarter-hour, the Young Boys moved into the CFR half space, but the home defense was under pressure: only Ilija Mishak was in position, and he was repelled by Manya in the right corner of the top five. The people of Cluj-Napoca were also unable to respond, and one of the hallmarks of Berne’s superiority is that Hungarian right-back Mateo Susic received a yellow card before the break due to the time-out.

Even after the break, the home team played only to survive, but defended half of their space so well that he didn’t escape Berne’s frustrating ball possession into dangerous situations, only to stray passes. Young Boys almost equalized in the 92nd minute as the opposition defense lost control of the ball in front of Arlauskis in a brawl to the left of the goal, but in the end the ball was cleared over the goal line. Vincent Sierro In the evening I was swept into the net.

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Even before the third round of the playoffs, it became certain that Ferencvaros could meet the winner of the CFR-Young Boys duel in the playoffs if they advance.

In the other match of Hungarian interest, Andras Nemeth was awarded a spot in Genk as expected, but they were not substituted, so he watched from the bench as Sahter Denek turned the match around.

Champions League
Third round, first match
Malmo FF (Swedish) – Rangers (Scottish) 2-1
CFR (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) – Young Boys (Switzerland) 1-1
Olympiacos Piraeus (Greek) – Ludogorik Razgrad (Bulgarian) 1–1
Crvina Zvezda (Serbian) – Sheriff of Tiraspol (Moldova) 1–1
Not a championship
Sparta Praha (Czech) – Monaco (French) 0-2
Genk (Belgium) – Satar Donetsk (Ukraine) 1-2
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) – Midgeland (Dan) 3-0