October 2, 2022

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FCSB and CFR Cluj qualified in the Conference League groups

FCSB qualified for the Europa Conference League football groups, after defeating the Norwegian team Viking Stavanger 3-1 (1-1), at the Viking Stadion in Stavanger, in the second leg of the play-off, after the Romanian vice-champion had lost in the round with 2-1.

FCSB did not have another bad luck in the round and achieved a well-deserved qualification, in front of a weaker opponent, who believed in his chance until the end. FCSB scored through Malcom Edjouma (minute 3), Andrei Cordea (54) and Risto Radunovic (90+4, from the penalty). Zlatko Tripic scored for the hosts (26 – penalty).

The Romanian vice-champion started strongly and authoritatively controlled the first quarter of an hour. As in the round, FCSB opened the scoring in the 3rd minute, through Malcom Edjouma, with a header from 5 meters from Florinel Coman’s cross.

Viking, which gradually balanced the hostilities, scored in the 26th minute through Zlatko Tripic, from a penalty dictated after Târnovanu fouled Karlsbakk.

Cordea put FCSB back in front with a shot from outside the box, which went through the legs of goalkeeper Gunnarsson (54).

FCSB tried to avoid extra time and struck in the fourth minute of extra time, when Risto Radunovic converted a penalty scored by Florinel Coman.

In the previous preliminary rounds, FCSB eliminated Saburtalo Tbilisi and Dunajska Streda.

Viking Stavanger – FCSB 1-3 (1-1)

Scored: Zlatko Tripic (26 – penalty), respectively Malcom Edjouma (3), Andrei Cordea (54), Risto Radunovic (90+4 – penalty)

Stavanger – Viking Stadion

Europa Conference League – play-off (second leg)

The teams evolved:

Viking: 30. Patrik Gunnarsson – 18. Sondre Flem Bjoershol, 4. David Brekalo, 3. Viljar Vevatne – 9. Kevin Aleksander Kabran, 16. Kristoffer Lokberg (15. Niklas Sandberg, 46), 8. Markus Solbakken, 27. Samuel Fridjonsson (23. Rolf-Daniel Vikstol, 90+5), 20. Shayne Pattynama (7. Fredrik Torsteinboe, 46) – 22. Daniel Karlsbakk (24. Mai Traore, 70), 10. Zlatko Tripic (captain; 21. Harald Tangent, 90+1). Coach: Bjarte Lunde Aarsheim.

Unused reserves: 1. Arild Oestboe, 13. Magnus Rugland Ree – 11. Yann-Erik de Lanlay, 19. Sondre Auklend, 26. Simen Kvia-Egeskog, 34. Kristoffer Forgaard Paulsen, 35. Edwin Austboe.

FCSB: 32. Ştefan Târnovanu – 28. Alexandru Pantea (22. Radu Boboc, 46), 5. Joyskim Dawa, 16. Joonas Tamm, 33. Risto Radunovic – 18. Malcom Edjouma (20. Marco Dulca, 59), 10. Octavian Popescu (9. Ianis Soica, 90+1) – 98. Andrei Cordea, 11. David Miculescu, 7. Florinel Coman (captain) – 90. Bogdan Rusu (26. Răzvan Oaidă, 46). Coach: Nicolae Dica.

Unused reserves: 99. Andrei Vlad – 6. Denis Haruţ, 21. Florin Achim, 22. Radu Boboc, 24. Vadim Raţă, 30. Alexandru Musi, 80. Eduard Radaslavescu.

Referee: Tamas Bognar; assistant referees: Balazs Buzas, Peter Kobor; fourth official: Balazs Berke (all from Hungary)

Yellow cards: Edjouma (17), Popescu (24), Coman (29), Pattynama (32), Tamm (45+2), Vevatne (86), Bjoershol (90+3).

CFR Cluj dramatically qualified for the Europa Conference League football groups, after defeating the Slovenian team NK Maribor 1-0 (0-0), on Thursday evening, at the “Dr. Constantin Rădulescu” from Cluj-Napoca, in the second leg of the play-off.

After 0-0 in the first leg, CFR won with emotions in Gruia, through a spectacular goal scored by Croatian Lovro Cvek (90).

Jefte missed the Romanian champion’s biggest chance in the first half, shooting at the goalkeeper from only 7 meters (min. 31).

The second half was dull, with no chances on either side, the two teams avoiding any risk. CFR looked more inspired towards the end, and Yeboah (87) sent a header from the corner and the ball hit the crossbar.

The phase that made the difference in this double came in min. 90, when Cvek sent a volley back, a ball wrongly rejected by the away defense.

The draw for the groups will take place on Friday, in Nyon, from 15:30 (Romanian time).

CFR 1907 Cluj – NK Maribor 1-0 (0-0)

Scored: Lovro Cvek (90).

Cluj-Napoca, Stadium “Dr. Constantin Rădulescu”

Europa Conference League – play-off (second leg)

In the first leg: 0-0.

The teams evolved:

CFR Cluj: 1. Simone Scuffet – 4. Cristian Manea, 44. Yuri Matias, 3. Andrei Burcă, 45. Mario Camora (captain) – 21. Bismark Adjei-Boateng, 40. Lovro Cvek – 10. Ciprian Deac (33. Denis Kolinger, 90+7), 17. Jefte Betancor (7. Adrian Păun, 70), 11. Claudiu Petrila (8. Roger, 90+4) – 15. Emmanuel Yeboah (73. Karlo Muhar, 90+7). Coach: Dan Petrescu.

Unused reserves: 34. Cristian Bălgrădean – 2. Karlo Brucic, 9. Cephas Malele, 20. Vito Hammershoej-Mistrati, 28. Ovidiu Hoban, 37. Mihai Bordeianu, 47. Christopher Braun, 99. Sergiu Buş.

NK Maribor: 81. Menno Bergsen – 29. Andraz Zinic (77. Zan Vipotnik, 90+3), 25. Sven Karic, 23. Luka Uskokovic, 12. Gregor Sikosek (captain) – 16. Aljaz Antolin (7. Rok Kronaveter , 46), 14. Vladan Vidakovic – 15. Jan Repas, 8. Marko Bozic, 17. Ivan Brnic (30. Marin Lausic, 90+3) – 18. Roko Baturina (13. Rok Sirk, 72). Coach: Damir Krznar.

Unused reserves: 52. Marko Zalokar, 59. Samo Pridgar – 21. Luka Bozickovic, 24. Rok Maher, 32. Nemanja Mitrovic, 40. Ignacio Guerrico, 42. Vid Koderman, 97. Tine Cuk.

Referee: John Beaton; assistant referees: Daniel McFarlane, Douglas Potter; fourth official: Steven McLean (all from Scotland)

Yellow cards: Zinic (3), Antolin (11), Kronaveter (55), Yeboah (64), Sikosek (77), Paun (80).

The football team Universitatea Craiova missed the qualification in the Europa Conference League groups after being dramatically defeated by the Israeli team Hapoel Beer-Sheva 4-3 in the penalty shootout, on Thursday evening, in a match in which the score was equal, 1 -1 (0-0, 0-0), at the end of overtime, at Toto Turner Stadium in Beer-Sheva, in the second leg of the play-off.

The university, after 1-1 at Drobeta-Turnu Severin, had a great chance in Israel to achieve the greatest European performance in its recent history, but a moment of inattention cost it dearly.

Ante Roguljic (105) opened the scoring for Mirel Rădoi’s team, but the University scored a minute later, when Tomer Hemed (105+1) scored, and Ivan and Bancu missed on penalties.

Croat Roguljic (105) scored from a free kick, with a shot to the long corner, and the University seemed to be the favorite in the qualification. The joy of the team from Bănie lasted only a few tens of seconds, which overturned at a fixed phase, Hemed scoring with his head from Suleimanov’s cross (105+1).

In the penalty shootout, Israeli goalkeeper Omri Glazer saved the shots of Andrei Ivan and Nicuşor Bancu, and Magomed Suleimanov, David Keltjens, Helder Lopes and Or Dadia converted for Hapoel, and Ante Roguljic, Dan Nistor and Valerică Găman scored for the University.

Hapoel Beer-Sheva – Craiova University 1-1 (0-0, 0-0), after extra time; 4-3, on penalties

They scored: Tomer Hemed (105+1), respectively Ante Roguljic (105).

They executed the penalty kicks in order: Ante Roguljic 0-1 (goal), Magomed Suleimanov 1-1 (goal), Andrei Ivan 1-1 (miss – saved by Omri Glazer), David Keltjens 2-1 (goal), Dan Nistor 2-2 (goal), Helder Lopes 3-2 (goal), Valerică Găman 3-3 (goal), Or Dadia 4-3 (goal), Nicusor Bancu 4-3 (miss – save Omri Glazer).

Beer Sheva, Toto Turner Stadium

Europa Conference League – play-off (second leg)

In the first leg: 1-1.

The teams evolved:

Hapoel Beer-Sheva: 55. Omri Glazer – 5. Iyad Abu Abaid (30. Or Dadia, 97), 18. Eitan Tibi, 4. Miguel Vítor (captain), 22. Helder Lopes – 35. Mariano Bareiro, 15. Tomer Yosefi (77. Rotem Hatuel, 61), 19. Shai Elias (3. David Keltjens, 77) – 13. Eugene Ansah (93. Magomed Suleimanov, 73), 21. Astrit Selmani (17. Tomer Hemed, 61), 7 Ramzi Safuri (10. David Dor Micha, 77). Coach: Elyaniv Barda Felix.

Unused reserves: 1. Ariel Harush – 9. Itay Shechter, 11. Sagiv Jehezkel, 14. Ilay Madmon, 26. Daniel David Tzadik, 28. Andre Martins.

Craiova University: 1. David Lazar – 27. Ivan Martic (25. Valerică Găman, 91), 34. Raul Silva, 6. Vladimir Screciu – 33. Sergiu Hanca (23. Mihai Căpăţînă, 71), 4. Alexandru Creţu, 8 Alexandru Mateiu (16. Dan Nistor, 120), 11. Nicusor Bancu (captain) – 10. Ştefan Baiaram (24. Ante Roguljic, 91), 19. Elvir Koljic (5. Bogdan Vătăjelu, 105+3), 9. Andrei Ivan. Coach: Mirel Radoi.

Unused reserves: 12. Denis Rusu, 21. Laurenţiu Popescu – 7. Alexandru Cîmpanu, 17. Rivaldinho, 18. Ştefan Vlădoiu, 20. Jovan Markovic, 30. Ionuţ Vînă.

Referee: Erik Lambrechts; assistant referees: Jo de Weirdt, Mathias Hillaert; fourth official: Wim Smet (all from Belgium)

Yellow cards: Bareiro (15), Elias (16), Creţu (55), Ansah (79 – on the bench), Keltjens (88), Abu Abaid (90+2), Helder Lopes (104), Andre Martins ( 105+3 – reserve).

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