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Joachim at the double as Dudelange ease through

Published: Tuesday 10 July 2012, 22.15CET
SP Tre Penne 0-4 F91 Dudelange (agg: 0-11)
Dudelange continued where they left off in the first leg, hitting four first-half goals without reply to reach the second qualifying round.
by Luca Pelliccioni
from Stadio Olimpico
Joachim at the double as Dudelange ease through
Aurélien Joachim scored twice for Dudelange ©Julien Garroy
Published: Tuesday 10 July 2012, 22.15CET

Joachim at the double as Dudelange ease through

SP Tre Penne 0-4 F91 Dudelange (agg: 0-11)
Dudelange continued where they left off in the first leg, hitting four first-half goals without reply to reach the second qualifying round.

Four first-half goals put SP Tre Penne to the sword as F91 Dudelange reached the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round in style, 11-0 on aggregate.

After a 7-0 defeat in Luxembourg, the San Marinese side were hoping to provide a sterner test at home and attacked their opponents a little more. However the song remained the same as Aurélien Joachim, one of the stars of that first-leg win, took his tally to four goals in two matches with close-range strikes on 28 and 34 minutes after excellent assists from Daniel Gomez and Morgan Beltorangal respectively.

Two goals in four minutes before half-time completed the scoring for the visitors. Gomez sent Sofian Benzouien through to finish before firing in himself from another killer pass from the creative Beltorangal. Dudelange encounter FC Salzburg in the next round.

Last updated: 18/07/12 23.30CET

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