Champions League: The Norwegian mixed game gave FC Copenhagen a great starting point

Champions League: The Norwegian mixed game gave FC Copenhagen a great starting point

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Scandinavian rules: Norway’s Berger Melling and Mohamed El Younoussi celebrate scoring the goal. The third man (TV) is Victor Claesson (Sweden), who is the captain of the main Danish club FC Copenhagen.

(Raków Częstochowa – FC København 0–1) National team players Berger Melling and Mohamed Elyounoussi were behind the goal which ensured FC Copenhavn’s qualification to the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.


This summer, the big Danish club signed the Norwegians Melling and El Yunussi.

And both were the main reason behind the strong victory away to Polish side Rakov Czestochowa on Tuesday.

These were the first two qualifying matches for the UEFA Champions League.

Tenth: Muhammad Al-Yunsi.

Eight minutes had passed when left-back Mealing teamed up well with the other players in white before sending the ball to Mooy on his way into the penalty area with a one-touch finish.

And the left wing effort went in through defender Bogdan Rakovitan. The ball drastically changed its trajectory, which sent the goalkeeper out of action.

He couldn’t do much with the ball at the near post and then the Copenhagen players could cheer for the only score of the game.


The return match will be held in the park next Wednesday.

Copenhagen was in the Champions League last season too. They finished with three points in the group with Manchester City, Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund.

UEFA Champions League qualifiers on Tuesday and Wednesday:

  • Rangers – PSV 2-2
  • Rakov Czestochowa – Copenhagen 0-1
  • Royal Antwerp – AEK Athens 1-0
  • Maccabi Haifa – Young Boys, Played on Wednesday
  • Born in Galatasaray. Played on Wednesday
  • SC Braga – Panathinaikos, Played on Wednesday

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