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Crowe crowns Bohemians comeback

Published: Wednesday 23 July 2003, 21.04CET
Bohemian FC 3-0 FC BATE Borisov (Agg: 3-1) Bohemians overcome deficit to book tie against Rosenborg BK.

Match statistics

BohemiansBATE

Goals scored3
 
0
Possession (%)0
100
Total attempts3
 
0
on target3
 
0
off target0
 
0
blocked0
 
0
against woodwork0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Yellow cards2
 
2
Red Cards0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Fouls suffered0
 
0
Passes0
 
0
completed0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 23 July 2003, 21.04CET

Crowe crowns Bohemians comeback

Bohemian FC 3-0 FC BATE Borisov (Agg: 3-1) Bohemians overcome deficit to book tie against Rosenborg BK.

Bohemian FC secured a place in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League against Norwegian side Rosenborg BK as they overcame a first-leg deficit to knock out FC BATE Borisov of Belarus.

Crowe seals win
Two goals in the first half put the Irish Premier Division champions on the way to victory, and Republic of Ireland striker Glen Crowe sealed the win with a third goal in the second half.

Deadlock broken
Bohemians had to wait until the 36th minute before breaking the deadlock, when midfielder Stephen Caffrey fired a shot past keeper Yuri Zhaunov after a cross from the right wing by Barry Ryan.

Tense moments
There were some tense moments for the Irish side before that. They had looked the more impressive side, with striker William Doyle especially dangerous, but BATE were also a threat on the break. Valeri Stripeikis was denied by a block from Damien Lynch on 19 minutes, and centre half Colin Hawkins cut out the danger from Pavel Shimera on 24 minutes.

Ryan effort
Caffrey eventually put Bohemians ahead on 36 minutes and, seconds before the half-time whistle, winger Ryan made it 2-0, collecting a cross from Doyle and firing his first goal in UEFA competition.

Deflated BATE
Striker Crowe was having a quiet night but he popped up on 58 minutes to score from a cross by left winger Mark Rutherford. Now 3-1 down on aggregate, the Belarussians looked deflated and offered little further threat.

Last updated: 24/07/03 9.05CET

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Lineups

bohemians

Bohemians

bate

BATE

1
Seamus KellySeamus Kelly (GK)
Yellow Card56
12
ZhevnovYuri Zhevnov (GK)
Yellow Card35
2
LynchDamien Lynch
4
LikhtarovichDmitri Likhtarovich
3
WebbSimon Webb
5
BagaAleksei Baga
4
HuntKevin Hunt (C)
Yellow Card33
6
MardasGennadi Mardas (C)
5
T. HearyThomas Heary
8
ChumachenkoIhor Chumachenko
Substitution78
6
HawkinsColin Hawkins
10
StripeikisValeri Stripeikis
7
RyanBobby Ryan
Goal45
Substitution73
11
LoshankovEvgeni Loshankov
8
CaffreyStephen Caffrey
Goal38
14
ShkabaraOleg Shkabara
Substitution69
9
DoyleRobert Doyle
15
TarasenkaValery Tarasenka
10
CroweGlen Crowe
Goal58
Substitution90
17
ShmigeroPavel Shmigero
Substitution61
11
RutherfordMark Rutherford
Substitution89
22
KlimovichDmitri Klimovich
Yellow Card9

Substitutes

16
GreggMatthew Gregg (GK)
1
FedorovichAleksandr Fedorovich (GK)
14
HarkinFergal Harkin
Substitution73
13
D. SchegrikovichDmitri Schegrikovich
Substitution78
17
MorrisonDavid Morrison
Substitution89
16
KobetsAleksandr Kobets
Substitution61
19
PerepļotkinsAndrejs Perepļotkins
Substitution90
19
RubnenkoDmitri Rubnenko
Substitution69
12
OmanKen Oman
2
SiadniouAliaksandr Siadniou
15
McGuinnessJason McGuinness
3
RagozhkinVitali Ragozhkin
18
KeeganPaul Keegan

Coach

Stephen Kenny (IRL) Yuri Puntus (BLR)

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