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Timely recovery relieves Rapid

Published: Wednesday 3 August 2005, 23.31CET
SK Rapid Wien 3-2 F91 Dudelange (agg: 9-3) The visitors from Luxembourg denied second-leg victory.

Match statistics

Rapid WienDudelange

Goals scored3
 
2
Attempts on target3
 
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 3 August 2005, 23.31CET

Timely recovery relieves Rapid

SK Rapid Wien 3-2 F91 Dudelange (agg: 9-3) The visitors from Luxembourg denied second-leg victory.

F91 Dudelange may already have been effectively out of this UEFA Champions League second qualifying round tie at kick-off, but they came close to a famous result at SK Rapid Wien.

Dudelange ahead
The Austrian side won 6-1 last week, Dudelange having previously become the first Luxembourg team to progress through a Champions League tie. And tonight they showed their were determined to go out with a bang, taking a seventh-minute lead when Cemil Tosun put through his own goal.

Rapid respond
Eight minutes from half-time Thomas Gruszczynski made it 2-0 on the night, and although Axel Lawaree, who scored twice last week, pulled one back just after the break, it seemed Rapid were heading for defeat. But nine minutes before the end Lawaree struck again before Matthias Dollinger gave the home team the lead on the night five minutes later. A 9-3 aggregate win duly wrapped up, Rapid now meet FC Lokomotiv Moskva, starting with the home leg next week.

Last updated: 31/01/12 5.09CET

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Lineups

rapid wien

Rapid Wien

dudelange

Dudelange

1
HedlRaimund Hedl (GK)
1
JoubertJonathan Joubert (GK)
2
AdamskiMarcin Adamski
Yellow Card40
2
BorbiconiChristophe Borbiconi
6
KorsósGyörgy Korsós
3
MounyLoïc Mouny
7
HlinkaPeter Hlinka
4
BaudryOlivier Baudry
9
LawareeAxel Lawaree (C)
Goal47
Goal81
6
BelliniJohan Bellini
Substitution75
12
GaricsGyörgy Garics
13
CrapaLuciano Crapa
16
MartínezSebastian Martínez
Substitution70
14
El AouadAhmed El Aouad
19
DollingerMatthias Dollinger
Goal86
15
KabongoEvariste Kabongo (C)
Yellow Card20
Substitution66
20
KienastRoman Kienast
Substitution63
16
RemySébastien Remy
Yellow Card80
27
PrennerHelmut Prenner
20
GruszczyńskiThomas Gruszczyński
Goal37
Substitution54
28
TosunCemil Tosun
Goal7
Substitution63
23
ZeghdaneLéhit Zeghdane

Substitutes

24
PayerHelge Payer (GK)
22
CumChristophe Cum (GK)
8
IvanschitzAndreas Ivanschitz
5
FranceschiAlexandre Franceschi
Substitution66
10
AkagünduzMohammed Akagünduz
7
MazurierSébastien Mazurier
17
Veli KavlakVeli Kavlak
Substitution70
8
Di GregorioJoris Di Gregorio
Substitution54
Yellow Card75
23
DoberAndreas Dober
11
MartineStéphane Martine
Substitution75
25
KinclMarek Kincl
Substitution63
17
HugGaël Hug
26
ValachovičJozef Valachovič
Substitution63
27
CleitonCleiton

Coach

Josef Hickersberger (AUT) Michel Leflochmoan (FRA)

Referee

Athanassios Briakos (GRE)

Assistant referees

Dimitrios Bozatzidis (GRE), Nikolaos Iossifoglou (GRE)

Fourth official

Konstantinos Finokaliotis (GRE)

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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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