Klaksvik conceded a goal at home in the English Premier League after 228 minutes, but the miracle did not fail against the Norwegian champions either.
For the first time in this BL qualifying series, Faro’s prodigy, KÍ Klaksvík, did not escape without a goal at home.
To their great surprise, the Faroe Islands, who beat Ferencvaros in the first round and Swedish champions Hacken in the second round, had not conceded a single goal at home in this qualifying series before the match, and on Tuesday, Molde was unable to score in the first round. Half the same.
The ice was broken in the 48th minute of the game, as Magnus Wolf Ekrem fired into the top left corner at the end of a brilliant piece of work, meaning Klaksvik capitulated at home in the Champions League after 227 minutes.
However, the miracle did not stop there.
Thanks to Arne Frederiksberg, who scored a brace at the Groupama Arena and at Hacken Stadium, the home team equalized after 15 minutes, then took the lead in the 86th minute, which they did not let go of until the end.
The Serbian championship silver medalist Topolia, who had Pinsi Sus on the bench all day Tuesday, was at a huge disadvantage as a guest of Braga, “thanks” to a two-minute circuit and a hair-pulling goal: the Portuguese scored against Braga. The 17th and 19th minutes, and in the 87th minute, the final score was 3-0.
AEK Athens and Dinamo Zagreb’s match has been postponed until next Saturday due to a fatal stabbing incident during a clash between fans on Monday.
Result of the third qualifying round for BL:
FC Copenhagen (Denmark) – Sparta Praha (Czech Republic) 0-0 (0-0)
Rakow (Poland) – Aris (Cyprus) 2-1 (1-0)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) – Sturm Graz (Austria) 4-1 (3-1)
Klaksvik (Faroe Islands) – Molde (Norway) 2–1 (0–0)
Braga (Portugal) – Topolia (Serbia) 3-0 (2-0)
Olimpia Ljubljana (Slovenia) – Galatasaray (Turkey) 0-3 (0-1)