Ferencvaros – Young Boys 2-3, 4-6 Smenlagt:
After scoring eight goals in 12 league games for RBK this spring, 27-year-old Zakariassen was sold to Ferencvaros on July 15.
The total budget for the move to the Hungarian club was 22 million crowns, and Zakariassen played hard.
On Tuesday evening, when the fate of the Champions League was decided, Ferencvaro’s number 16 came out on the left flank against the Swiss Young Boys.
This was the second qualifying match for the group stage.
And after a narrow 2-3 loss at Berne last week, the home team had legitimate hope in team play and big millions in the account.
Instead, it was only approx. Ferencvaros turned 0-1 to 2-1, but an hour before the match, Christian Wassnacht equalized the score for the guests.
When Zakariassen and his comrades were chasing a third goal, Issa Lidoni managed to get two yellow cards in six minutes, and Ferencvaros had to play the last half an hour meager with ten men.
It was very difficult, and thus the Young Boys won 5-4 in two matches.
Zakariassen also received a yellow card in the settlement. It was taken off after 76 minutes.
While Zachariassen and his colleagues certainly took a dip in the locker room late on Tuesday night, there was a very different atmosphere at Malmö camp.
The Swedish defending champion had scored 2-0 to face Bulgarian Ludogorets before returning to Razgrad. I just held.
Velko Permanšević’s scoring before the first half ensured that Malmö survived a 1-2 defeat – and thus a 4-3 win overall.
Twice under the leadership of Åge Hareide, Malmö made it to a team match.
In 2021, under Hared’s Danish-era assistant, Jon D. Thomason, it will happen again.
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