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Brann beat Ventspils at the death

Published: Tuesday 29 July 2008, 22.58CET
SK Brann 1-0 FK Ventspils
Njogu Demba-Nyrén scored after 87 minutes in Norway as Brann laboured to overcome their Latvian visitors.
Brann beat Ventspils at the death
Brann supporters had something to sing about at the end of the game ©Getty Images

Match statistics

BrannVentspils

Goals scored1
 
0
Attempts on target1
 
0
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards0
1
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Tuesday 29 July 2008, 22.58CET

Brann beat Ventspils at the death

SK Brann 1-0 FK Ventspils
Njogu Demba-Nyrén scored after 87 minutes in Norway as Brann laboured to overcome their Latvian visitors.

SK Brann needed an 87th-minute goal from Njogu Demba-Nyrén to get the better of FK Ventspils in the first leg of the clubs' UEFA Champions League second qualifying round meeting.

Slim lead
Substitute Demba-Nyrén struck just when it seemed the Latvian title-holders had denied their Norwegian counterparts, turning the ball home after good work by fellow replacement Erik Huseklepp. The hosts had been frustrated by a tremendous rearguard action from Ventspils although the visitors were also fortunate to see Azar Karadas hit both the post and the crossbar at the Brann Stadion in Bergen. Brann will defend their slender advantage when the tie concludes in Ventspils on 5 August.

Last updated: 30/07/08 18.51CET

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Lineups

brann

Brann

ventspils

Ventspils

18
BjarnasonÓlafur Örn Bjarnason
77
CilinšekSaša Cilinšek
Substitution86
21
K. SigurdssonKristján Sigurdsson
7
ZangareevSergei Zangareev
17
BakkeEirik Bakke (C)
22
ŢîgîrlaşIgor Ţîgîrlaş
7
El-FakiriHassan El-Fakiri
4
DubenskiyZakhar Dubenskiy (C)
15
HanstveitErlend Hanstveit
12
SavčenkovsIgors Savčenkovs
6
KaradasAzar Karadas
24
LazdiņšArtis Lazdiņš
Substitution46
12
OpdalHåkon Opdal (GK)
5
KosmačovsJevgēņijs Kosmačovs
3
DahlBjørn Dahl
Substitution62
23
ButriksAndrejs Butriks
9
SolliJan Gunnar Solli
Substitution90
8
KačanovsDeniss Kačanovs
11
Vaagan MoenPetter Vaagan Moen
11
KolesničenkoVladimirs Kolesničenko
Yellow Card5
Substitution90+1
77
WintersRobbie Winters
Substitution79
16
VaņinsAndris Vaņins (GK)

Substitutes

14
JaitehTijan Jaiteh
27
MihadjuksPāvels Mihadjuks
Substitution86
8
Gylfi EinarssonGylfi Einarsson
Substitution90
14
ZiziļevsMihails Ziziļevs
20
LudvigsenTrond Fredrik Ludvigsen
6
MysikovAleksandr Mysikov
13
HusekleppErik Huseklepp
Substitution62
20
DedovAlexandru Dedov
Substitution90+1
25
AmankwahYaw Ihle Amankwah
25
RuginsRitvars Rugins
Substitution46
10
Demba-NyrénNjogu Demba-Nyrén
Substitution79
Goal87
30
PavlovsAndrejs Pavlovs (GK)
36
MohusJørgen Mohus (GK)
17
V.BespalovsVladimirs Bespalovs

Coach

Mons Ivar Mjelde (NOR) Roman Grygorchuk (UKR)

Referee

Radek Matějek (CZE)

Assistant referees

Martin Wilczek (CZE), Petr Slavik (CZE)

Fourth official

Tomas Kocourek (CZE)

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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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