Willen II and Lech Poznan thrashed towards the third round

In addition, B36 Torshavn of the Faroe Islands sealed their place in the third qualifying round, after beating The Welsh New Saints 5-4 on penalties.


The Dutch Willem II fulfilled the forecasts and certified his qualification for the third previous round of the Europa League, after beating Luxembourg Progrès 0-5 this Wednesday.

A resounding triumph in which the young Greek forward Vangelis Pavlidis played a fundamental role, who scored two of the three goals with which Willen II left the tie sentenced (0-3) at halftime.

Marker that did not appease the voracity of the Dutch team, in which the Spanish midfielder Pol Llonch acted as the starter, who rounded the result (0-5) in the second half with goals from Che Nunnely and Belgian Mike Tresor Ndayishimiye.

The Polish Lech Poznan, who beat Swedish Hammarby 0-3, in a match that was conditioned by the expulsion of local midfielder Jeppe Andersen who saw the second yellow card in the 63rd minute, had no problems getting into the next round.

Numerical superiority than Lech Poznan, who had already advanced on the scoreboard with a goal in the 56th minute from Portuguese Pedro Tiba, to sentence the tie with two goals in the final minutes from Jakub Kaminski and Filip Marchwinski.

For its part, the Faroe Islands' B36 Torshavn sealed their pass to the third qualifying round, after beating The Welsh New Saints 5-4 on penalties this Wednesday, in a match in which the local team forced the Round of maximum penalties after leveling the contest (2-2) with a goal in the extension time of midfielder Stefan Radosavljevic.

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