Luuk de Jong's PSV leaves Glasgow alive

Luuk de Jong’s PSV leaves Glasgow alive

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08/16/2022 at 23:27


Marc Bartra made his debut with Trabzonspor in Copenhagen (2-1) and will need to come from behind in Turkey in order to be in the group stage draw

Bodo/Glimt beat Dinamo Zagreb by the minimum in Norway (1-0)

The first round of Champions League play-off matches promised to leave strong emotions for next week, when the tickets for the group stage are definitively decided.


Champions League





McLaughlin; Tavernier, Sands, Goldson, Barisic; Davis (Kamara, 72′), Lundstram, Lawrence; Tillman (Wright, 71′), Colak, Kent.

PSV Eindhoven

Benitez; Teze, André Ramalho, Bishop (Branthwaite, 79′), Max; Veerman, Sangare, Gutierrez; Salibari, Luuk De Jong, Gakpo.


0-1 M.37 Sangaré. 1-1 M.40 Colak. 2-1 M.70 Lawrence. 2-2 M.78 Bishop.


Daniele Orsato (Italy). TA: Goldson (57′) / Obispo (50′), Luuk De Jong (53′) and Salibari (69′).


Ibrox Park. 48,670 spectators.

Starting with Glasgow, where PSV Eindhoven luuk de jong managed to come out alive (2-2) after Rangers turned around Sangaré’s opening goal. The Protestants, through the goals of Colak Y Lawrence -with the approval of the doorman Benitez– they thought they would turn over a marker that started as a slab, but the target of Bishopalso coming out of a corner, left the tie in the electronics and summoned the Scots and the Dutch for the last assault at Phillips Stadium, where two former teammates such as Gio Van Bronckhorst and Ruud Van Nistelrooy they will play to be in the group stage of the Champions League.

If that Norwegian Bodo/Glimt got advantage (1-0) against Dinamo Zagreb. Those from northern Europe, who were already the revelation in the last Conference League, Pellegrino’s target was enough to travel to Croatia with a minimum income that predicts a high-voltage gamein which the Croats must be finer than in Norway if they do not want to miss the European event.

a bitter debut

It was not exactly the dream debut for Marc Bartra with Trabzonspor. The Turks succumbed at Parken in Copenhagen (2-1) against a significantly superior Danish team for much of the match.

When the Catalan central and Enis Bardiex Levante, jumped onto the pitch, the Denmark team won 2-0 with goals from Claesson and Lerager and the color white began to dye the tie.

However, their presence provided the Turks with more defensive reliability and another sense in attack and, as a result of them, the Greek Bakasetas closed differences and delayed until next week the final duel between Copenhagen and Turks, who will prepare hell to return to the group stage twelve seasons later.

Thus, the three qualifying rounds saved the decisive moments for the second leg, which will keep three immense joys and three disappointments in equal parts.

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