FC København repeated their 6-0 first-leg victory over Montenegrin champions FK Mogren to set up a UEFA Champions league third qualifying round tie against fellow Scandinavian side Stabæk IF.
Hit for six
Dame Ndoye opened the scoring in Podgorica and added another before half-time while Morten Nordstrand and Martin Vingaard were also on target prior to the break. The Danish champions added two more after the interval through Thomas Delaney and substitute Ailton Almeida to overwhelm their hosts.
København struck as early as the eleventh minute when Ndoye met Nordstrand's perfect cross. Five minutes later the visitors were two up as Nordstrand got on the scoresheet himself, just moments after hitting the post. Although the game settled down after that, Ndoye broke the impasse in the 40th minute, dribbling through the home defence before supplying a simple finish.
Three minute later Vingaard completed both a tough first half for Mogren and a flowing counterattack with a shot from the edge of the box. Nordstrand was again the provider just after the restart, setting up 17-year-old Delaney. There again followed a long period without a goal until Almeida took advantage of Ndoye's pass to clip the ball into the net with three minutes remaining.