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EL: Polish Clubs Advance to Europa Group Stage

Guilherme celebrates after scoring against Zorya in the 62nd minute in UEFA Europa League action / Mateusz Kostrzewa / Legia.com
EL: Polish Clubs Advance to Europa Group Stage

WARSAW, Poland. August 27 (PSN) – Both Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan advance to the group stage after wins in the second leg of the Fourth Qualifying Round of the UEFA Europa League.

Legia defeated Zorya 3:2 in Warsaw, while Lech took a 1:0 away win with Videoton.

Legia Warsaw won the second leg match with FC Zorya Luhansk 3:2 (1:1) and successfully advanced to the group stage. Both Brzyski and Chomczenovśkyj exchanged goals before the break. After the break, again there was another tie after goals from Guilherme and Malinovśkyj. Duda gave fans the victory in stoppage time after scoring from the penalty spot. In the first match Legia won 1:0 in Kyiv.

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Legia Warsaw – FC Zorya Luhansk 3:2 (1:1)
Goals: Brzyski 16′, Guilherme 62′, Duda’ 90 (Pk) – Chomczenovśkyj 39′, Malinovśkyj 66′

Yellow carded: Pazdan, Rzeźniczak, Duda – Kameniuka, Sivakov, Budkivśkyj, Opanasenko
Referee: Tobias Welz (Germany) Attendance: 23 163

Legia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 19. Bartosz Bereszyński, 25. Jakub Rzeźniczak, 2. Michał Pazdan (7, 4. Igor Lewczuk), 17. Tomasz Brzyski – 6. Guilherme, 37. Dominik Furman, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec, 99. Aleksandar Prijović (90, 9. Marek Saganowski), 18. Michał Kucharczyk – 11. Nemanja Nikolić (66, 8. Ondrej Duda)

Zorya: 30. Mykyta Szevczenko – 39. Jevhen Opanasenko, 3. Michaił Sivakov, 99. Andrij Pylavśkyj (83, 44. Vjaczesłav Czeczer), 6. Mykyta Kameniuka – 20. Ołeksandr Karavajev, 22. Željko Ljubenović (87, 10. Dżaba Lipartia), 5. Artem Hordijenko, 18. Rusłan Malinovśkyj, 37. Dmytro Chomczenovśkyj (58, 28. Pyłyp Budkivśkyj) – 34. Ivan Petriak

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Lech Poznan won 1:0 (0:0) with Hungarian club Videoton FC in the second leg of the fourth round of the UEFA Europa League qualifying and advanced to the group stage. Tomasz Kędziora scored the lone victory goal in the second half. In the first match the Kolejorz won 3:0 (1:0).

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Videoton FC – Lech Poznań 0:1 (0:0)
Goal: Kędziora 57′

Yellow carded: Fejes, Luijckx, Simon – Thomalla, Formella
Referee: Stefan Johannesson (Sweden) Attendance: 2819

Videoton: 44. Branislav Danilović – 30. Roland Szolnoki, 23. Roland Juhász, 3. Paulo Vinícius, 6. András Fejes – 11. Tamás Koltai (58, 7. Ádám Gyurcsó), 4. Kees Luijckx (57, 46. Ádám Simon), 33. Dinko Trebotić, 10. István Kovács, 19. Mirko Ivanovski – 9. Róbert Feczesin (70, 14. Gergely Rudolf)

Lech: 1. Jasmin Burić – 4. Tomasz Kędziora, 35. Marcin Kamiński, 5. Tamás Kádár, 3. Barry Douglas – 28. Dariusz Formella, 6. Łukasz Trałka, 15. Dariusz Dudka, 19. Kasper Hämäläinen (72, 20. Dávid Holman), 8. Szymon Pawłowski (74, 11. Gergő Lovrencsics) – 18. Denis Thomalla (81, 34. Piotr Kurbiel)

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