Sport Benfica escapes the warm stroke facing the dynamo
European League Quali: Opponents of the Lions and the Füchse Berlin are fixed
The Rhein-Neckar Löwen meets in the second qualifying round of the EHF European League on Benfica Lisbon. For the Füchse Berlin it goes to Poland. © Imago Images / Wolf-Sportfoto No easy going on: Klaus Gärtner and the lions get it to do with Benfica. Curve Tools get to do with Benfica Lisbon The North Baden, against the Portuguese top club on 21 September in Heidelberger Snp Dome, initially home right, the decision on the entry into the group stage is then falling on September 28 in Lisbon.
Dynamo Kiev 0-0 SL Benfica
a 0-0 away from being zero.
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The SL Benfica and the dynamo kiev have been leaving on a parity score in group E. The eagles had mastery of the balloon and Overall dominated, but Denys Boyko held his role as the last rampart, answering his compatriot Roman Yaremchuk (41st, 55th). The reunion of the forefront with his trainer club have shot short as he has been replaced before the time of play to boost the Lisboat attack. The entries of Darwin Núñez and Nemanja Radonjić did not change anything.
If Everton (34E) and Rafa (40th) have passed from other chills, the dynamo has shown the fangs, especially when Mykola Shaparenko's free kick forced Odysseas Vlachodimos to the parade (9th). It also took a miracle to visitors so as not to lose this meeting in the additional time. The leader of the Ukrainian Championship has indeed pushed his opponent in his entrenchment. In the space of two minutes, the dynamo found a crossbar and a pole, fell on two high-class vlachodimos parades and was denied a goal of Shaparenko for offside.
Finally, a point, it's already good.
Dynamo Kiev (4-4-2): Boyko - Kedziora, Zabarnyi, Syrota, Mikolenko - Tsygankov (Karavaev, 76E), Sydorchuk, Shaparenko, Pena (Verbić, 76th) - Buyalski, Shkurin (Garmash, 59th). Coach: Mircea Lucescu.
SL Benfica (4-4-2): Vlachodimos - Rodrigues, Vertonghen, Otamendi, Gilberto (Lazaro, 59th) - Grimaldo, Weigl, Mario (Taarabt, 85th) - Rafa (Pizzi, 90E), Yaremchuk (Darwin, 59th) , Everton (Radonjić, 59th). Coach: Jorge Jesus.
Porto Takes Head to Sporting .
© supplied by Sofoot 22 Boys, 1 balloon and 13 cartons. Sporting 1-1 FC Porto Goals: Nuno Santos (16th) // Díaz (71e) Expulsion: T. Martinez (87th) Eagles fly away. Sporting and FC Porto have failed to decide this Saturday at Estádio José Alvalade (1-1). Good for the Benfica leader, who will sleep on his two ears with four points in advance. The premises can feed large regrets with regard to the mastery they posted for most of the meeting.