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UEL: Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan Drop 0:2 in Europe

Lech Poznan met up with familiar foes FC Basel in UEFA Europa League action on Thursday night / Adam Ciereszko / Lech Poznan
UEL: Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan Drop 0:2 in Europe

WARSAW, Poland. October 1 (PSN) – Both Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan took part in the UEFA Europa League group stage match day on Thursday.

Legia were defeated 0:2 to Napoli with Lech sharing the same result to FC Basel.

Legia Warsaw lost at home against Italian side SSC Napoli 0:2 (0:0) in the second round of Group D action in the UEFA Europa League. Goals in the second half were scored by Dries Mertens and Gonzalo Higuaín for Napoli.

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Legia Warsaw – SSC Napoli 0:2 (0:0)
Goals: Mertens 53′, Higuaín 84′

Yellow carded: Rzeźniczak
Referee: Michális Koukoulákis (Greece) Attendance: 26 357

Legia: 12. Dušan Kuciak – 19. Bartosz Bereszyński, 25. Jakub Rzeźniczak, 2. Michał Pazdan (89, 47. Rafał Makowski), 4. Igor Lewczuk, 17. Tomasz Brzyski – 20. Ivan Tričkovski (62, 8. Ondrej Duda), 6. Guilherme, 3. Tomasz Jodłowiec, 18. Michał Kucharczyk (62, 11. Nemanja Nikolić) – 99. Aleksandar Prijović

Napoli: 22. Gabriel – 11. Christian Maggio, 21. Vlad Chiricheș, 26. Kalidou Koulibaly, 31. Faouzi Ghoulam – 5. Allan (85, 94. Nathaniel Chalobah), 6. Mirko Valdifiori, 19. David López – 7. José Callejón (77, 9. Gonzalo Higuaín), 23. Manolo Gabbiadini, 14. Dries Mertens (72, 77. Omar El Kaddouri)

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In the second round match of the UEFA Europa League group stage Lech Poznan lost away 0:2 (0:0) to Swiss club FC Basel 1893. The game winner was scored in the 55th minute by Icelander Birkir Bjarnason with Breel Embolo scoring in the last minute of regular time.

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FC Basel 1893 – Lech Poznań 2:0 (0:0)
Goals: Bjarnason 55′, Embolo 90′

Yellow carded: Samuel – Linetty
Red carded: Karol Linetty (49)
Referee: Ognjen Valjić (Bosnia) Attendance: 17 567

Basel: 1. Tomáš Vaclík – 34. Taulant Xhaka, 17. Marek Suchý, 6. Walter Samuel, 5. Michael Lang – 36. Breel Embolo, 33. Mohamed Elneny, 7. Luca Zuffi, 8. Birkir Bjarnason, 39. Davide Calla (80, 11. Shkëlzen Gashi) – 21. Marc Janko

Lech: 33. MaciejGostomski – 21. KebbaCeesay, 23. Paulus Arajuuri, 35. Marcin Kamiński, 5. TamásKádár – 28. DariuszFormella, 55. Abdul AzizTetteh, 7. Karol Linetty, 10. DarkoJevtić (54, 6. ŁukaszTrałka), 14. MaciejGajos (69, 11. GergőLovrencsics) – 24. DawidKownacki (46, 19. Kasper Hämäläinen

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