CSKA Moscow advanced to the Uefa Cup final with a 3-0 win ov

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CSKA Moscow advanced to the Uefa Cup final with a 3-0 win ov

Postby DevonCar » Sun Jul 14, 2019 9:52 am

CSKA Moscow advanced to the Uefa Cup final with a 3-0 win over Parma but their place in the final against Sporting Lisbon on May 18 was in doubt last night after an incident in which the Italian club's goalkeeper Luca Bucci suffered a head injury when a firecracker exploded near him. AC Mailand Fußballtrikot Parma, who had been held 0-0 in the first leg, went behind in the 10th minute in Moscow and the firecracker was thrown to celebrate the goal. Bucci suffered a head wound and was replaced by Sébastien Frey after 20 minutes. Last month the Champions League quarter-final second leg between Internazionale and Milan was halted when Milan's goalkeeper Dida was injured by a flare. The game was later abandoned with Milan leading 1-0 and they were awarded a 3-0 win by forfeit. Before the Bucci incident Daniel Carvalho had volleyed CSKA ahead and the Brazilian added a second just after half-time. Vasiliy Roma Fußballtrikot Berezutsky completed the scoring with a header. Parma's Daniele Bonera was sent off in the last minute. Sporting will host the final after a dramatic extra-time win at AZ Alkmaar, with Miguel Garcia heading the winner in the dying seconds. The Dutch side won 3-2 but lost on the away goals rule.
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