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Fenerbahçe denied by determined Dynamo

Published: Wednesday 1 October 2008, 0.30CET
Fenerbahçe SK 0-0 FC Dynamo Kyiv
Fenerbahçe's run of eight consecutive European home wins is over after an efficient display from the Ukrainian visitors secured their second point.
by Türker Tozar
from Sükrü Saraçoglu Stadium
Fenerbahçe denied by determined Dynamo
Gökhan Gönül (right) challenges Dynamo's Miloš Ninković ©Getty Images

Match statistics

FenerbahçeDynamo Kyiv

Goals scored0
 
0
Attempts on target2
 
0
Attempts off target5
 
8
Corners6
 
4
Offsides3
 
5
Fouls committed18
 
20
Yellow cards3
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

Last updated: 03/10/2013 16:22 CET

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Published: Wednesday 1 October 2008, 0.30CET

Fenerbahçe denied by determined Dynamo

Fenerbahçe SK 0-0 FC Dynamo Kyiv
Fenerbahçe's run of eight consecutive European home wins is over after an efficient display from the Ukrainian visitors secured their second point.

Fenerbahçe SK's run of eight consecutive European home wins is over after an efficient performance from FC Dynamo Kyiv earned the Ukrainian side a second successive UEFA Champions League Group G draw.

Visitors hold out
Five victories at the Sükrü Saraçoglu Stadium in the competition proper last season helped the Istanbul outfit to the quarter-finals but they were given few sights of goal by a Dynamo side who held Arsenal FC on Matchday 1. Having already lost at FC Porto, Fenerbahçe will now seek to revive their chances in the forthcoming double-header against Arsenal while Dynamo will go into their meeting with the Portuguese champions in high spirits.

Efficient Dynamo
Brazilian defender Edu found his way back into the Fenerbahçe starting XI after recovering from a fractured metatarsal along with Turkish international goalkeeper Volkan Demirel, who has just served a two-game domestic suspension. Boosted by their returning stars the home side had the bulk of the early possession but it was Dynamo who were proving more efficient with the ball, carving out the superior openings. Miloš Ninković was proving particularly elusive on the Dynamo left, his crosses causing real concern in the Fenerbahçe back line. In the 12th minute one such centre fell to Olexandr Aliyev yet instead of shooting he opted to set up Ismaël Bangoura and the opportunity was lost.

Tactical reshuffle
Home coach Luis Aragonés, in the absence of Daniel Güiza's usual strike partner Semih Şentürk through an ankle injury, had pushed winger Kazım Kazım forward to support the Spain striker but Dynamo were wise to that tactic and kept the London-born Turkish international heavily marked. Captain Alex was dropping back from his advanced playmaker role to create from deep but Dynamo were resisting with comfort and more danger was coming from Bangoura's incisive raids behind the Fenerbahçe defence.

Home chances
Having struggled to create chances prior to half-time, Fenerbahçe conjured up several within five minutes of the restart as Alex shot wide and then both Güiza and Emre Belözoğlu were denied by saves from Stanislav Bogush. Roberto Carlos had a shot blocked just past the hour and Dynamo pounced, launching a strong counterattack that ended with Aliyev firing his effort off target.

Late efforts
Dynamo were now happy to sit back and let last season's quarter-finalists come at them, but almost paid when Selçuk Şahin broke through. Bogush came to their rescue, and Güiza also had an effort blocked by the advancing goalkeeper. The visitors were still breaking with menace but from the best of those forays Maksim Shatskikh, on for Bangoura, could not hit the target. Kazım Kazım drove an effort wide in the last minute but Dynamo had held out.

Last updated: 30/09/08 23.45CET

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Lineups

fenerbahçe

Fenerbahçe

dynamo kyiv

Dynamo Kyiv

1
Volkan DemirelVolkan Demirel (GK)
31
BogushStanislav Bogush (GK)
Yellow Card90+1
2
LuganoDiego Lugano
3
BetãoBetão
3
Roberto CarlosRoberto Carlos
Yellow Card40
4
GhioaneTiberiu Ghioane
4
Edu DracenaEdu Dracena
5
VukojevićOgnjen Vukojević
5
Emre BelözoğluEmre Belözoğlu
Substitution85
8
AliyevOlexandr Aliyev
Yellow Card68
Substitution89
8
Kazım KazımColin Kazım Richards
Yellow Card53
10
BangouraIsmaël Bangoura
Substitution46
10
AlexAlex (C)
Substitution77
11
R. EremenkoRoman Eremenko
14
GüizaDaniel Güiza
15
DiakhatéPape Diakhaté
21
Selçuk ŞahinSelçuk Şahin
Yellow Card62
17
MikhalikTaras Mikhalik (C)
33
MaldonadoClaudio Maldonado
30
El KaddouriBadr El Kaddouri
Yellow Card35
Substitution62
77
Gökhan GönülGökhan Gönül
36
NinkovićMiloš Ninković

Substitutes

88
Volkan BabacanVolkan Babacan (GK)
1
ShovkovskiyOlexandr Shovkovskiy (GK)
7
Burak YılmazBurak Yılmaz
Substitution77
9
MorozyukMykola Morozyuk
18
Ali BilginAli Bilgin
16
ShatskikhMaksim Shatskikh
Substitution46
19
Önder TuracıÖnder Turacı
22
KravetsArtem Kravets
25
BoralUğur Boral
Substitution85
23
RomanchukOleksandr Romanchuk
32
Gürhan GürsoyGürhan Gürsoy
26
NesmachniyAndriy Nesmachniy
Substitution62
38
İlhan Parlakİlhan Parlak
32
AsatianiMalkhaz Asatiani
Substitution89

Coach

Luis Aragonés Suárez (ESP) Yuri Semin (RUS)

Referee

Thomas Einwaller (AUT)

Assistant referees

Roland Heim (AUT), Norbert Schwab (AUT)

Fourth official

Thomas Prammer (AUT)

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