October 4, 2022

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Lyon first qualified for the Europa League final

Lyon first qualified for the Europa League final

French Lyon became the first player to qualify for the European League “Europa League” final in football, defeating Czech Republic’s Sparta Brock 3-0 on Thursday in the fourth round of the first group stage.

In the 61st and 64th minutes, Lyon completed its fourth victory in the second half with a double from its Algerian international striker Islam Slimani in the third minute and a third from Cameroonian Carl Togo Ekambi (90 + 2).

Lyon beat Czech capital Sparta Brock 4-3 in the third round, with Nigerian defender Johns Hockey (77) equalizing with Danish host Brandei in a direct draw with Chaser Glasgow Rangers. In the 45th minute, Leon Balochan scored his team’s goal by mistake.

Lyon increased their score to 12 points, eight points ahead of Sparta Brock and Rangers, while Brantby raised his score to two points in last place.

Under the new system of competition, eight-team winners qualify for the second round, while runner-up clubs play in the playoffs with third-placed eighth-placed teams in the European Champions League.

West Ham United failed to follow in Lyon’s lead in Group H with their fourth win of the season when they fell into a draw 2-2 against their Belgian host Jenk.

West Ham United trailed by an opening goal from Ghana’s Joseph Paints in the fifth minute, with Algerian side Syed Benrahma giving them a double lead in the 59th and 82nd minutes, but his Czech international midfielder Tomas Suzek missed him by three points. And qualifying card by incorrectly equalizing for hosts. On his team’s goal (88).

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West Ham United secured their place in the lead with 10 points, six points ahead of Jenk, who temporarily advanced to second place, with Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb and Austrian Rapid Vienna (both with three points) pending the result.

Italy’s Napoli increased their chances of competing for a third group ticket by beating Poland’s Ligia Warsaw 4-1.

Legia Warsaw scored the first goal in the 10th minute through Azerbaijan’s Maher Emreli, and in the second half he struck hard for Napoli and scored a quartet, alternately by Pyotr Zhelinsky (51 penalty kick), Belgian Tries Mertens (75 penalty kick), ) And Adam Onas (90) of Algeria.

This was the second victory of the Southern team 3-0 against Poland in the first round, and the second in Spartak Moscow 2-3.

Napoli, who then threatened to drop to third place if Leicester City beat Spartak Moscow, took the lead in the group from Legia Warsaw after raising its score to seven points.

In the fourth group, Germany’s Eintracht Frankfurt advanced to the second round with a valuable 2-1 victory over its Greek host Olympiacos.

Olympiacos scored early in the 12th minute through his Moroccan international striker Youssef Elarabi, but the guests equalized three minutes later with a Japanese Daichi Kamata (17), but in the second minute of stoppage time the Norwegian international Jens Haj scored the deadly goal. Borrowed from AC Milan.

Frankfurt led by 10 points, four points ahead of Olympiacos.

Later, in the same group, Antwerp of Belgium plays against Fenerbahce of Turkey.

Also in Group B the situation remained unchanged in Group B with its third Dutch guest Eindhoven leading the way for Monaco and Norway’s Alexander Sorlot (53) for a goal with a positive draw between Real Sociedad and its Austrian guest Sturm Cross. By Jacob Johnsher (38).

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In the fifth match, Galatasaray drew with their guest locomotive Moscow, and Algerian international Sofian Fekoli (43) secured his place with a goal against Guinea’s Francois Kamano (73).

Galatasaray has raised his score to eight points, four points ahead of its direct chaser Lazio, who goes on to Marseille, France.