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FCK find scoring form

Published: Wednesday 6 August 2003, 20.08CET
Sliema Wanderers FC 0-6 FC København (Agg: 1-10) Danish champions score six on Maltese soil.
Published: Wednesday 6 August 2003, 20.08CET

FCK find scoring form

Sliema Wanderers FC 0-6 FC København (Agg: 1-10) Danish champions score six on Maltese soil.

FC København booked a place in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League with an impressive 6-0 victory on Maltese soil against Sliema Wanderers FC.

Røll Larsen opens scoring
FCK were already 4-1 ahead after their home leg against the Maltese champions, and were further in front 17 minutes into the return when Faroese striker Todi Jónsson found the net.

FCK goals
On 36 minutes, Hjalte Bo Nørregaard scored the second of the night and, before half-time Jónsson made it 3-0 to FCK, who were able to go into the break knowing their progress was assured.

Zuma makes it five
Jeffrey Chetcuti got the second period off to a bad start for Sliema as he put through his own goal in the opening minute, and soon after South African forward Sibusiso Zuma scored FCK's fifth.

Victory completed
Røll Larsen claimed his first goal of the night and third of the tie in the 67th minute to confirm his side's progress to meet Scottish champions Rangers FC, with the first leg in Glasgow next week.

Last updated: 07/08/03 12.33CET

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