In the semifinals of the conference league, the opponent of Feyenoord is Marseille Olympique. The second number of Ligue 1 won 0: 1 against PAOK Thessaloniki on Thursday night, when the home game won 2: 1 last week. AS Roma lost 2: 1 to Bodö / Glimt with a 4: 0 victory and finally managed to defeat Norway three times this season. Rick Karsdorp was headquartered in Rome, where he will meet Leicester City in the semi-finals.
PAOK Thessaloniki – Olympique Marseille 0: 1
Marseille already scored 2: 1 in front of their audience and took a huge step towards the final in the 34th minute from Dimitri Payet’s goal. Game manager loon A quick counter attack by Matteto Guendouzi forced the opponent’s defender to give away a freekick. The visitors got a chance to pulling one back after 40 minutes, due to a defensive blunder leaving Sverrir Ingi Ingason completely unmarked. His strike was pathetic though, easy prey for the home side’s keeper.
However, the first half of Marseille did not go smoothly. PAOK threatened several times during the first 45 minutes and forced goalkeeper Steven Mandanda to do three different repairs. PAOK Diego Biseswar in the starting line-up was not decisive enough in the second half and could not cause any more problems for Marseille. The meeting was chaired by Danny Makkelie. Marseille will have a meeting with Feyenoord on 28 April and 5 May.
AS Roma – Bodö / Glimt 4-0
6: 1 loss, 2: 2 draw, 2: 1 loss: these were Roma ‘s results in the first games of the season against Bodö / Glimt. Jose Mourinho was booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle. Roma needed goals and scored three in the first half. Tammy Abraham scored from the penalty spot. However, Nicolò Zaniolo made a spectacular save.
Zaniolo then scored himself with two goals. Roma’s defense sent a ball soaring up the middle on a beautiful counterattack with 82 minutes gone, but Lorenzo Pellegrini’s finish was met by the reaching hands of the keeper. goalkeeper. AZ conqueror Bodö / Glimt almost did not take part in the eighth final. Zaniolo was the scorer.
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