Defeat at the last minute for Tottenham, at the moment they are third in the group. Feyenoord, Gent, Rennes, Az Alkmaar, Lask Linz and Copenhagen are moving forward. Ok Union Berlin
Tottenham Hotspur’s thunderous and incredible fall in this fifth day of the Conference League, with Antonio Conte’s team losing 2-1 at home to Slovenian Mura in the 93rd minute and giving first place to Rennes: qualification at risk. Gent, Feyenoord, Copenhagen, Lask Linz Az Alkmaar also access the second round from the other groups: in the Roma group Bodo / Glimt wins by measure and remains in the lead at +1 over the yellow and red.
The wait in the first grouping of the competition was all for the direct clash at the top between Maccabi Tel-Aviv and Lask Linz, but in Israel the home spectators are bitterly disappointed in the 89th minute, when Sascha Horvath stands as match winner in favor of the Austrians. Lask in the second round, Maccabi in the playoffs. Meanwhile, Hjk Helsinki triumphs by measure at home against the Armenians of Alashkert: 1-0 with a goal by the Japanese Atomu Tanaka in the 48th minute, both teams were already eliminated. Standings: Lask Linz 13 points, Maccabi Tel-Aviv 10, Hjk Helsinki 6 and Alashkert 0. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Alashkert-Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Lask Linz-Hjk Helsinki.
Flora Tallinn’s first success in this Conference League comes as a surprise on the penultimate day and a call from Martin Miller in the 43rd minute is enough to sink the much more popular Partizan Belgrade 1-0. Thanks to the blow of the Estonians, Gent secured the first arithmetic place even before taking the field against Anorthosis Famagusta. The match in Cyprus becomes logically bland and sees the islanders triumph 1-0 with former Serie A acquaintance Lazaros Christodoulopoulos. The last round, on the other hand, was decisive for the playoff slot: it was a three-man race. Standings: Gent 10 points, Partizan Belgrade 7, Flora Tallinn and Anorthosis Famagusta 5. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Gent-Flora Tallinn, Partizan Belgrade-Anorthosis Famagusta.
While Roma at the Olympic Stadium are walking on the now eliminated Zorya Luhansk, leaders Bodo / Glimt defends the first place with a concrete performance. The Norwegians beat CSKA Sofia 1-0 thanks to Sondre Fet’s goal in the 25th minute and in two weeks they will go to Ukraine knowing that a win will mean a slot in the round of 16. Standings: Bodo / Glimt 11 points, Roma 10, Zorya Luhansk 6 and Cska Sofia 1. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Cska Sofia-Roma, Zorya Luhansk-Bodo / Glimt.
Just enough, like the “to taste” in the recipes. Az Alkmaar takes the qualification to the round of 16 with the punticino that was needed in the trip to the Czech Republic: Jablonec go ahead with Milos Kratochvil in the 7th minute but, a few seconds from the interval, Hakon Evjen sends the Dutch between the best 16 with the final 1-1. Now in second place are the Danes of the Randers, winning 2-1 over Cluj. It all happens in the last half hour in Scandinavia: first Alhaji Kamara makes the hosts rejoice, then Simon Plesinger confirms the success after the momentary equalizer by Ciprian Deac. Romanians out of the game. Standings: Az Alkmaar 11, Randers 7, Jablonec 6 and Cluj 1. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Az Alkmaar-Randers, Cluj-Jablonec.
A sensational qualification for the round of 16 for leaders Feyenoord arrives in the 93 ‘, with a nice 2-2 outnumbered in the Czech Republic. In the half hour Cyriel Dessers balances the initial advantage of Peter Olayinka, but Guus Til gets caught shortly after a direct expulsion: the numerical inferiority leads to Jan Kuchta’s 2-1 for Slavia Prague, but in the recovery still Dessers snatches the pass for the first mathematical place. Union Berlin smiles like this, at -1 from the Czechs with a direct match in sight after the limited success at home to Maccabi Haifa: Julian Ryerson decides in Israel in the 66th minute. Standings: Feyenoord 11 points, Slavia Prague 7, Union Berlin 6 and Maccabi Haifa 4. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Feyenoord-Maccabi Haifa, Union Berlin-Slavia Prague.
As was highly predictable, Copenhagen sealed the first place with a goal in Gibraltar against a Lincoln Red Imps already eliminated and dry of points. It ends 0-4, with Isak Bergman Johanneson and former Genoa Lukas Lerager signing the double advantage already after 7 minutes: William Boving and Rasmus Hojlund scored the second half, Danes first arithmetically. No goals instead between Slovan Bratislava and Paok Thessaloniki, who will compete for second place at a distance in two weeks: the calendar favors the Greeks. Standings: Copenhagen 12 points, Slovan Bratislava and Paok Thessaloniki 8, Lincoln Red Imps 0. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Copenhagen-Slovan Bratislava, Paok Thessaloniki-Lincoln Red Imps.
Rennes is confirmed as the best team in the group and flies to the second round, despite the 3-3 with VItesse. A brace from Gaetan Laborde launched the French in the first half, but before the interval Daan Huisman questioned the leadership. The Rossoneri striker closes the hat-trick in the 69th minute, before Thomas Buitink makes the transalpines spend a quarter of an hour of apprehension: Lois Openda scores the equalizer in the 90th minute. However, the Dutch continue to hope for second place, because Antonio Conte’s Tottenham sinks in Slovenia: Tomi Horvat surprises the English on 11 ‘, then Ryan Sessegnon is sent off in the half hour and Harry Kane’s goal is not enough to give the three points to the Spurs, spread in the 93 ‘by the goal of Amadej Marosa (1-2). Mura had not yet scored points. Standings: Rennes 11 points, Vitesse Arnhem and Tottenham Hotspur 7, Mura 3. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Vitesse Arnhem-Mura, Tottenham Hotspur-Rennes.
A literally endless game opens on Thursday of the Conference League, with Basel struggling much more than it should to get rid of the rear Kairat Almaty. In Kazakhstan it was the Brazilian Vagner Love who gave the hosts the lead, but an Arthur Cabral penalty at the end of the first half was equal. In the second half it is Kamo Hovhannisyan (a few seconds after his entry into the field) who signs the momentary 2-1, but Edon Zhegrova and the former Palermo Pajtim Kasami overturn the result within 4 minutes until the final 2-3: Yan expelled Vorgovskiy in the 93rd minute for the Kazakhs, Basel will play for first place in the direct match of the last day. The Azerbaijani Qarabag will go to Switzerland, who in this fifth round get muddy 2-2 at home against Omonia Nicosia: Michael Duris on a penalty brings the guests forward in the 43rd minute, an own goal by Paris Pasaltis at the beginning of the second half restores the draw. Cypriots in ten for almost half an hour for the double yellow for Kiko, with Patrick making it 2-1 in the 88th minute: not enough, Jordi Gomez denies the joy at Qarabag in the 90th minute. Standings: Basel 11 points, Qarabag 10, Omonia Nicosia 5 and Kairat Almaty 1. Next round (Thursday 9 December): Basel-Qarabag, Omonia Nicosia-Kairat Almaty.
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