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UEL: Dark Thursday for Polish Clubs in Europe

Legia Warsaw were helpless in a 1:2 loss to Luxembourg champions F91 Dudelange / Legia.com
UEL: Dark Thursday for Polish Clubs in Europe

WARSAW, Poland. August 9 (PSN) – Jagiellonia Bialystok, Lech Poznan and Legia Warsaw each took part of the first leg of the third round of UEFA Europa League qualifiers on Thursday.

After an embarrassing performance, Legia Warsaw lost 1:2 at home against Luxembourg champions – F91 Dudelange. Clement Couturier and David Turpel scored for F91 while Carlitos found one goal for Legia. From the 44th minute the Legion had played a man down due to a red card for Inaki Astiz for a tactical foul. The second leg will be played on August 16 in Dudelange.


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Legia Warsaw – F91 Dudelange 1:2 (1:1)
Goals: Carlitos 27′ – Couturier 24′, Turpel 62′ (Pk)

Yellow carded: Cafú – Jordanov, Schnell
Red carded: Iñaki Astiz (44)
Referee: Halis Özkahya (Turkey)

Legia: 1. Arkadiusz Malarz – 4. Mateusz Wieteska, 34. Iñaki Astiz, 2. Michał Pazdan, 21. Dominik Nagy – 53. Sebastian Szymański (65, 23. Mateusz Żyro), 6. Chris Philipps, 29. Krzysztof Mączyński, 26. Cafú (46, 19. José Kanté), 18. Michał Kucharczyk – 27. Carlitos (82, 5. Mateusz Hołownia)

Dudelange: 1. Jonathan Joubert – 24. Edisson Jordanov, 5. Tom Schnell, 26. Jerry Prempeh, 39. Aniss El Hriti – 10. Dominik Stolz, 22. Stélvio Cruz (73, 8. Mario Pokar), 6. Marc-André Kruska, 9. Danel Sinani, 14. Clément Couturier (80, 28. Nicolas Perez) – 21. Patrick Stumpf (58, 77. David Turpel)
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Jagiellonia Bialystok lost 0:1 to Belgian side KAA Gent at home, despite looking like the better side for most of the match. Jonathan David scored the lone goal for visitors in the 85th minute which allowed Gent to leave Poland with an away win. The second leg will be played on August 16 in Ghent.
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Jagiellonia Białystok – KAA Gent 0:1 (0:0)
Goal: David 85′

Yellow carded: Novikovas, Kwiecień, Machaj – Foket
Referee: Ali Palabıyık (Turkey) Attendance: 15 591

Jagiellonia: 25. Marián Kelemen – 7. Jakub Wójcicki, 17. Ivan Runje, 5. Nemanja Mitrović, 12. Guilherme – 21. Przemysław Frankowski, 6. Taras Romanczuk, 99. Bartosz Kwiecień, 26. Martin Pospíšil (84, 89. Mateusz Machaj), 9. Arvydas Novikovas (80, 28. Karol Świderski) – 18. Cillian Sheridan (72, 11. Roman Bezjak)

Gent: 92. Colin Coosemans – 32. Thomas Foket, 5. Ihor Płastun, 4. Sigurd Rosted, 21. Nana Asare – 11. Jean-Luc Dompé, 8. Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe (89, 19. Brecht Dejaegere), 6. Birger Verstraete, 23. Franko Andrijašević, 7. Giorgi Czakwetadze (67, 17. Roman Jaremczuk) – 14. Taïwo Awoniyi (69, 14. Jonathan David)
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Lech Poznan lost 0:2 away to KRC Genk in Belgium. The Kolejorz were unable throughout the whole match to even create one good opportunity to score and looked quite poor. The second leg will be played on August 16 in Poznan.
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KRC Genk – Lech Poznań 2:0 (1:0)
Goals: Malinowśkyj 44′, Samatta 56′

Yellow carded: Makuszewski, Rogne, Kostewycz, Trałka
Referee: Ionuț Marius Avram (Romania) Attendance: 13 540

Genk: 1. Danny Vukovic – 31. Joakim Mæhle, 6. Sébastien Dewaest, 33. Jhon Lucumí, 21. Jere Uronen – 77. Dieumerci Ndongala, 25. Sander Berge, 18. Rusłan Malinowśkyj, 24. Alejandro Pozuelo, 14. Leandro Trossard (82, 8. Edon Zhegrova) – 10. Mbwana Samatta (65, 93. Zinho Gano)

Lech: 1. Jasmin Burić – 28. Maciej Orłowski, 4. Thomas Rogne (68, 13. Nikola Vujadinović), 3. Vernon De Marco – 17. Maciej Makuszewski (54, 29. Kamil Jóźwiak), 19. Tomasz Cywka, 6. Łukasz Trałka, 7. Maciej Gajos, 22. Wołodymyr Kostewycz – 32. Christian Gytkjær, 10. Darko Jevtić (75, 8. Paweł Tomczyk)

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