De Jong brought PSV to the Champions Playoffs, a wonderful comeback for Rangers
The striker who returned from Barcelona scored 2:3 in overtime against Monaco, the Scots will be opponents in the playoffs after erasing a 2:0 loss with a 0:3 at home against Saint-Gilloise.
Dynamo Kyiv again won in extra time and will meet Benfica
Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 12:03 AM
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Except for Maccabi Haifa and Red Star Belgrade, another eight tickets were distributed tonight (Tuesday) for the playoff phase of the Champions League.
The most impressive comeback of all was signed by Rangers, who lost 2:0 to Union Saint-Gilloise in Belgium last week and managed to make amends at Ibrox with a big 0:3.
Captain James Tavernier scored from the penalty spot in the 45th minute and gave hope, the Croatian acquisition Antonio Chulak hit the net in the 58th minute to equalize the score and in the 79th minute came the moment of the 20-year-old German Malik Tillman, who lofted high to take advantage of an exit Bad for goalkeeper Anthony Morris and celebrated his first goal since joining on loan from Bayern Munich.
The Scots have not been in the Champions League since 2010/11, but in the playoffs a high hurdle awaits them in the form of the winner between PSV Eindhoven and Monaco (the game in overtime).
caused ecstasy at Ibrox.
Malik Tillman (Photo: Reuters)
The Scots have not been in the Champions League since 2010/11, but in the playoffs a high hurdle awaits them in the form of PSV Eindhoven, who survived a home thriller against Monaco and won 2:3 in extra time, after 1:1 away last week.
Chilean stopper Guijermo Maripan (58) and captain Wissam Ben Yedder (70) produced a turnaround that left the Dutch stunned, but in the 89th minute it was Mexico's Eric Gutierrez who tapped in from close range to force extra time.
Berel Ambolo was stopped by the crossbar and Monaco were closer to scoring, but PSV had Luc de Jong heading home and after the set-up for Gutierrez also characteristically struck the decisive goal in the 109th minute - just as he did several times for Barcelona last season.
Rod van Nistelrooy is approaching home in his first season as a coach, but the one who stands in his way is Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who collaborated with him for years in the Dutch national team.
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More on the league track: Benfica did not have any difficulties against Mitioland and after the 1:4 at home won 1:3 in Denmark.
The Argentinian Enso Fernandez impressed again with a great goal (23), the substitutes Henrique Araújo (56) and Diego Gonçalves (88) added, while Fiona Sisto only scored (63).
The Portuguese will meet Dynamo Kyiv in the playoffs, which again advanced after an overtime victory in the away game.
In the previous round it was against Fenerbahce and this time in Austria with 1:2 over Sturm Graz after 120 minutes.
The host erased the 1:0 loss from last week with a goal in the 27th minute by 19-year-old Rasmus Hoylund, but in overtime Victor Tsygenkov set up Kostiantyn Vyvocherenko (97) and scored himself (112) to keep the Ukrainians in the factory.
Dinamo Zagreb - Ludogorets 2:4 (3:6 on aggregate)
Franzvarous - Karabakh 3:1 (4:2 on aggregate)
Viktoria Plzen - Sheriff Tirspol 1:2 (2:4 on aggregate)
Želgiris - Budo Glimt 1:1 (6 :1 in summary)
The playoffs next week
Maccabi Haifa - Red Star Belgrade
Karabakh - Viktoria Plzen
Budo Glimt - Dynamo Zagreb
Copenhagen - Trabzonspor
Dynamo Kyiv - Benfica
Rangers - PSV