At ten-eleven, Benfica qualified for the group stage against PSV in the return knock-off of the Champions League (0-0, 2-1 first round) on Tuesday evening. The Young Boys and Malm have secured their place in the C1.
We know three more have qualified for the 2021-2022 edition of the Champions League. This Tuesday, ahead of AS Monaco’s capital match on the Soccer meadow (this RMC Sport 1 at 9pm on Wednesday), the trio of young boys from Benfica Lisbon, Bern and Malmo secured their place in the group stage. From the most valuable club matches.
Benfica achieved a small feat on the pitch of PSV Eindhoven. After a 2-1 first win over Portugal last week, the Eagles were able to hold off the Dutch for ten to eleven hours after Lucas Verisimo (0-0) was sent off. The Portuguese were able to be extremely solid to retain the goalless draw that was in their favor.
Quiet young boys, it goes to Malm
For their part, Bernin’s Young Boys qualified for the second group stage of C1 in their history (after 2018-2019). . The Swiss dominated their case and took advantage of the dismissal of former Angevin Issa Ladoni in this return match.
Finally, Malmo performs well despite losing 2-1 on the lawn of Ludocorets. The Swedes, 2-0 winners at home on the first leg, breathed good air just before half-time for this return jump-off due to a fantastic free kick by Serbian Velzko Birmanzevic.
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