D + N. S – Normal size
Russia’s Spartak Moscow, France’s Monaco and Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt have advanced to the 16th round of the European Football Championship, along with French Lyon, after receiving positive results in the sixth (final) round of the group stage. , Thursday.
The eight team leaders in the group stage qualify directly for the 16th round of the tournament, while the runner-up teams take part in the knockout stage with clubs moving to play in the European League, after finishing third in the group stage. Champions League.
Spartak Moscow advanced to the 16th round after a thrilling 1-0 win over Poland’s Ligia Warsaw in the third group stage, while Italy’s Napoli beat hosts Leicester City 3/2.
Spartak finished first with 10 points, surpassing its closest rivals Napoli in the draw, and had to go to the knockout stage, while Leicester finished third with eight points and Legia Warsaw last with six points. .
Jelimkan Bagayev scored the only goal for Russia in the 17th minute of the match between Ligia Warsaw and Spartak in the Polish capital Warsaw.
At the Diego Armando Maradona ground, Napoli advanced with a starting goal signed by Algerian star Adam Onas in the fourth minute, while Macedonian Elif Elmas added a second goal in the 24th minute.
Johnny Evans and Kieran Duisbury-Hall scored in the 27th and 33rd minutes respectively to give Leicester a quick draw, tying the first half 2/2.
The excitement continued in the second half after Elmas regained the lead for Napoli again to score the third goal for Italy and his second personal goal in the 53rd minute to establish himself as the champion of the tournament.
Scotland’s Glasgow Rangers advanced to the knockout stage after finishing second in the first group, beating Olympic Lyonnais to secure early access to the 16th round.
Glasgow drew 1-1 with its host Lyon, while Czech Sparta Brock beat its Danish guest Brandby 2-0.
The Rangers lifted 8 points in the runner-up, 8 points behind Lyon (leaders), while Sparta Brock finished third with seven points, and Brandby was bottom of the table with two points.
In the second group, France’s Monaco advanced to the 16th round despite a 1-1 draw with Austrian host Storm Cross, while Spain’s Real Sociedad will play the loser’s exit after a big 3-0 win over its Dutch host PSV. ஐந்தோவன்.
Monaco were top of the group with 12 points, 3 points ahead of their closest rival Sociedad, PSV Eindhoven third with eight points and Sturm Cross two points behind.
Sturm Cross scored from the penalty spot in the seventh minute through its senior star Jacob Jonsher, but Germany’s Kevin Voland equalized for Monaco in the 30th minute.
At the Anoeta Stadium in the Basque Country, Sociedad and Eindhoven dressed as Michael O’Reilly, who scored Spain’s first and second goals in the 43rd and 62nd minutes, respectively, from a penalty kick and 62 runs. .
Alexander Sorlot of Norway scored the third goal for Sociedad in the third minute of the second half after Doug Idovan’s misery doubled in the 75th minute following the dismissal of his Ivorian player Ibrahim Sinjari in the 75th minute. Instead of losing in the second half.
Eintracht Frankfurt qualified for the 16th round, drawing 1-1 with Turkish host Fenerbahce in Group D to advance to the knockout stage, although Olympiacos lost 1-0 to their Belgian rival Royal Antwerp.
Frankfurt was leading by 12 points, 3 points ahead of its closest rivals Olympiacos, and Fenerbahce finished third with six points, one point ahead of Antwerp below.
In the Turkish city of Istanbul, Swiss Gabriel Chow advanced in favor of Frankfurt, but Germany’s Merkim Perisha equalized for Fenerbahce in the 42nd minute.
Follow the sports report in Google News
“Explorer. Problem solver. Certified reader. Incurable web expert. Subtly charming travel guru. General student. Twitter evangelist.”
Sergio Ramos bids farewell to Paris Saint-Germain with “influential” news.. What were his most significant achievements at the club?
FA Cup. City seek second ‘trouble’ titles from Man United
Confirmation that referee Martysiniak took charge of the European Champions Final