Vilhena celebrates Champions League scoop with Krasnodar, Salzburg takes a crucial victory


Tonny Vilhena has reached the group stage of the Champions League with FK Krasnodar. The Russians never reached that stage of the billion dollar ball, but after a 2-1 victory in their own stadium, the same victory in Toumba was enough to beat the Greek PAOK.

The team from Thessaloniki did not dare to fully opt for the attack, but was the most dangerous team. José Angel Crespo, for example, had the ball for the header, but he failed blatantly. Krasnodar meanwhile limited himself to defending and was rewarded for that deep in the second half. A clumsy own goal from Giannis Michailidis gave the Russians the important goal.

PAOK immediately did something back via Omar El Kaddouri, but one minute later Remy Cabella found it just before Krasnodar and it was over in the empty Toumba, the normally noisy home of the Greeks. For example, PAOK stranded again in the last round for the group stage and Krasnodar reached the group stage of the Champions League for the first time in their history.

Austria launches the counterattack
Thanks to a 3-1 victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv, Red Bull Salzburg also reaches the group stage of the billion dollar ball. That is good news for Austrian football and a lot less for the Dutch, because it brings the Alpine country closer to the coefficient ranking. Patson Daka was the big man on the Salzburg side with two goals and Dominik Szoboszlai also made it to the score sheet. Eden Karzev’s Israeli hit was one for the statistics.

FC Midtjylland can also register with the best 32 teams in Europe. The Danes drew 0-0 at Slavia Prague last week, but managed to finish the job in-house by beating them 4-1. Peter Olayinka made it 0-1 in the third minute, but in the second half, Sory Kaba, Alexander Scholz, Onyeka Ogochukwu and Anders Dreyer turned the game around completely.

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