The Jalorussi scored 1: 1 in Belgium against Ghent, who managed to get to the next level • Peter Boss's team defeated Porto 1: 3 and finished 2: 5 in the summit • Wolves, Wolfsburg and Basel also rose • The Red Devils crushed Club Bruges 0: 5
Rome is celebrating a rise to the next level, tonight in Belgium
The last 32 stage games in the last league took place tonight (Thursday) and went on to provide the first runners-up for the eighth factory final.
Let’s start with LeBarcozen, who defeated Porto 1: 3 outside and finished 2: 5 overall. Peter Boss's group enjoyed the gates of Lucas Alario, Demirbay Cream, and Kai Haverz, who was also responsible for the first two brews. Porto was down in the 65th minute after Musa Marga stepped in powerfully in the 65th minute.
Rome also rose to eighth in the final after 1: 1 against Ghent and 1: 2 overall. The Jalorosi, who won 0: 1 last week in Olympico, took the lead after 25 minutes, when Roman Bezos found Jonathan David and the Canadian equalized the score in the overall final. Four minutes later, Rome's prized outside gate arrived, with young Justin Claibert conquered after Henrik Mehterian's cooking.
Leverkusen celebrates promotion to the eighth final // Photo: Reuters
After 1: 1 in the first meet, Manchester United also secured a 0: 5 crush on Club Bruges. United took the lead in the 27th minute after a successful Bruno Fernandes scoop. Audion Igalo doubled in the 34th minute against an empty goal. Scott McTominay captured the third in the 41st minute, and Fred with a pair completed the celebration in the 82nd minute and extra time.
Inter also rose to the last 16 after 1: 2 over Ludogorz (1: 4 overall). The Bulgarians took the lead in the 27th minute thanks to the impressive conquest of Oliveira Souza, but the Nazarizi compared Sparelli Cristiano Biragi in the 32nd minute. Romello Lukaku managed to complete the deep turnover plus the time of the first half.
In other games: Espanyol - Wolves 2: 3 (6: 3 overall), Malmo - Wolfsburg 3: 0 (5: 1), Lask Linz - Alkmaar 0: 2 (1: 3), Basel - Apuel Nicosia 0: 1 (0 : 4).