Master laughed first. Director José Morinho of ‘The Contractor to Win’ continues the appearance of a winner on the European stage. Coach Mourinho, who leads AS Roma (Italy), first won the confrontation with coach Xabi Alonso, the coach of Leverkusen (Germany).토토사이트
Roma defeated Leverkusen 1-0 in the first leg of the 2022-2023 European Football Federation Europa League semifinals held at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy on the 12th. Roma, who became the first winner of the Europa Conference League last year and reached the top in the European club competition for the first time since its foundation, took advantage of this season to advance to the final of the Europa League, a higher competition. The second match between the two teams will be held at Leverkusen’s home on the 19th.
AS Roma’s Italian midfielder Brian Cristante, AS Roma’s Argentinian striker Paulo Dybala and AS Roma’s English striker Tammy Abraham celebrate during the first leg of the UEFA Europa League semi-final at the Olympic Stadium in Rome on the 11th (local time). He celebrates after winning the match between AS Roma and Bayer Leverkusen. AFP Yonhap News
The confrontation between the two teams drew attention as a confrontation between coach Mourinho and coach Alonso, who had been together as coach and player at Spain’s prestigious Real Madrid. In the 2010-2011 season, coach Alonso played an active role as a midfielder in the division of coach Mourinho, who held the baton of Real Madrid. After the match, they hugged and talked.
The match was decided by AS Roma’s ‘Young Gun’ Edoardo Bove’s winning goal. In the 17th minute of the second half, when Tammy Abraham, who turned Leverkusen’s central defender Jonathan Tarr from behind, kicked a powerful right-footed turning shot in front of the goal, which was blocked by the goalkeeper’s save, Bove, who showed concentration, shook the net again with his left foot.
Meanwhile, in the Europa League semifinals held on the same day, Juventus (Italy) drew Sevilla (Spain) in the first home game of the semifinals, 1-1. Federico Gatti’s equalizer just before the end saved the game.
Sevilla took the lead through Yusif Nusayri’s goal in the 26th minute. In a counterattack situation, Lucas Ocampos, who ran down the right side, stabbed the ball into the center, and Nusayri kicked the ball strongly with his right foot, shaking the net. Juventus counterattacked, but were unable to score a comeback until the 45th minute of the second half, and the match seemed to be leaning towards Sevilla. At that time, it was defender Gatti who saved Juventus. As the six minutes of extra time in the second half passed, Paul Pogba was hit in the head in the situation of the last corner kick, and Gatti rushed the ball over the goalkeeper’s key to the goal, finishing with a header and scoring a dramatic equalizer.