Peter Bosz on Thursday with Bayer Leverkusen stranded in the first knock-outronde of the Europa League. Old-Willem II’Fran Sol helped Dynamo Kiev to the eighth-finals and Chelsea and Internazionale went by.
Leverkusen and FC Krasnodar gave each other just like last week (0-0). Again was there a long time are not scored, but in the final lap Magomed-Shapi Suleymanov touch from a free kick on behalf of the visitors.
A few minutes later Leverkusen back to 1-1 thanks to Charles Aránguiz, but that was it in the BayArena.
The 55-year-old Bosz, only since January working in Leverkusen, is now full on the league to focus on. ‘Werkself’ won the Bundesliga four times in a row, is fifth and will play Sunday against leader Borussia Dortmund.
At Dynamo Kiev Olympiakos was striker Sol for the big man. The Spaniard, who in the winter break happened to Willem II, lap after half an hour of hard touch and made his first goal in Ukrainian service.
At 0-0 was Kiev also sure of the next round of the Europa League, because last week was in Greece with 2-2 gelijkgespeeld.
Fran Sol celebrates his first goal in service of Dynamo Kiev. (Photo: ProShots)
Chelsea and Inter simple further
Chelsea, in the Premier League pretty out of shape, was Malmö FF at Stamford Bridge with a 3-0 the boss after the heenwedstrijd in Sweden in a 1-2 victory had ended.
Olivier Giroud, and Ross Barkley and Callum Hudson-Odoi made after rest the goals against Malmö, that in the early stages, however, good party gave. Barkley scored from a free kick after an infringement of former FC Twente defender Rasmus Bengtsson, who for his second yellow card and so red got.
In Milan was Inter little effort to the first knock-outronde to survive. The Italian club, where Stefan the Free on the bank continued, continued Rapid Wien with 4-0 to the side. Matias Vecino, Andrea Ranocchia, Ivan Perisic and Matteo Politano scored.
Benfica played in their own home with a 0-0 – draw against Galatasaray. That was more than enough after the 1-2 win last week against the Turkish club in Istanbul.
Slavia Prague pulled off at KRC Genk (1-4) and Stade Rennes was on foreign soil with 1-3 too strong for Real Betis, making the clubs to be sure of the next round in the Europa League.
Malmö could despite the support of fanatical supporters, no pots to break up at Stamford Bridge. (Photo: ProShots)
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