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Brøndby take advantage

Published: Wednesday 27 July 2005, 0.10CET
FC Dinamo Tbilisi 0-2 Brøndby IF Second-half strikes give Danish side victory against ten men.

Match statistics

Dinamo TbilisiBrøndby

Goals scored0
2
Attempts on target0
2
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards3
 
1
Red cards1
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 27 July 2005, 0.10CET

Brøndby take advantage

FC Dinamo Tbilisi 0-2 Brøndby IF Second-half strikes give Danish side victory against ten men.

Second-half strikes from Morten Skoubo and Johan Elmander gave Danish side Brøndby IF a precious 2-0 away win against ten-man FC Dinamo Tbilisi in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League second qualifying round tie in Georgia.

Amisulashvili off
Brøndby's task was made more straightforward by the dismissal of Dinamo defender Aleksandr Amisulashvili for a second bookable offence shortly before the interval and Michael Laudrup's side emerged from the dressing room ready to take advantage in the second half.

In-form Skoubo
Skoubo, who already has three goals to his name just two games into the Danish Superleague season, broke the deadlock on the hour with his fourth goal in seven days. Then Elmander found the net inside the final ten minutes to give the visitors a healthy advantage to take home for next week's second leg.

Friday draw
Before that match in eight days' time, the draw for the third qualifying round will be held in Nyon, Switzerland. Brøndby, who lost at that stage three years ago in search of their first group stage qualification since 1998/99, now look well placed to try again.

Last updated: 31/01/12 5.26CET

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Lineups

dinamo tbilisi

Dinamo Tbilisi

brøndby

Brøndby

12
SturuaZviad Sturua (GK)
16
AnkergreenCasper Ankergreen (GK)
6
AladashviliKakhaber Aladashvili
4
NielsenPer Nielsen (C)
4
GigauriDavid Gigauri
5
JohansenDan Anton Johansen
24
OrbeladzeSergi Orbeladze (C)
6
LantzMarcus Lantz
Substitution55
30
AmisulashviliAleksandr Amisulashvili
Red/Yellow Card40
8
DaugaardKim Daugaard
3
KandelakiIlia Kandelaki
9
RetovMartin Retov
9
NozadzeLasha Nozadze
Substitution81
17
SkouboMorten Skoubo
Goal59
Substitution70
8
BabunashviliShota Babunashvili
19
ElmanderJohan Elmander
Goal83
20
MakharadzeKakhi Makharadze
20
SennelsAsbjørn Sennels
11
BobokhidzeMikheil Bobokhidze
Substitution46
22
AggerDaniel Agger
18
MelkadzeLevan Melkadze
Substitution63
26
JørgensenMads Jørgensen
Substitution78

Substitutes

1
ZoidzeIrakli Zoidze (GK)
1
ZazaKarim Zaza (GK)
26
AkobiaLevan Akobia
Substitution46
Yellow Card86
2
SkarbaliusAurelius Skarbalius
16
ChelidzeGiorgi Chelidze
7
LorentzenKasper Lorentzen
Substitution78
7
GrigalashviliShota Grigalashvili
Substitution81
Yellow Card87
12
KamperJonas Kamper
Substitution70
Yellow Card75
27
NavalovskyGeorge Navalovsky
18
KildentoftHenrik Kildentoft
10
MegreladzeGiorgi Megreladze
24
AbsalonsenJohan Absalonsen
Substitution55
23
IashviliSandro Iashvili
Substitution63

Coach

Kakhaber Tskhadadze (GEO) Michael Laudrup (DEN)

Referee

Zsolt Szabó (HUN)

Assistant referees

Robert Kispal (HUN), Zoltan Tompos (HUN)

Fourth official

Zoltan Szarka (HUN)

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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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