Stadion Wojska Polskiego - Warsaw 16/07/2014 - 20:45CET (20:45 local time)

Second qualifying round, First leg

Legia - St Patrick's
1-1

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Late Legia goal denies St Pat's victory

Published: Wednesday 16 July 2014, 23.30CET
Legia Warszawa 1-1 Saint Patrick's Athletic FC
A last-gasp goal from Miroslav Radović ensured Legia took away a vital draw against St Patrick's.
by Daniel Olkowicz
Late Legia goal denies St Pat's victory
Christy Fagan opening the scoring for St Patrick's against Legia ©Sportsfile
 

Match statistics

Legia
St Patrick's

1

Goals scored

1

19

Total attempts

7

3

on target

5

14

off target

0

2

blocked

4

1

against woodwork

0

7

Corners

2

3

Offsides

4

1

Yellow cards

2

0

Red Cards

0

11

Fouls committed

12

11

Fouls suffered

11

Lineups

legia

Legia

st patrick's

St Patrick's

12Kuciak (GK)1Clarke (GK)
Yellow Card45+1
3Jodłowiec2O'Brien (C)
15Iñaki Astiz3Bermingham
17Brzyski5Oman
Yellow Card47
20Kosecki
Substitution77
6Bolger
23Hélio Pinto
Substitution66
7Byrne
25Rzeźniczak (C)8Fahey
28Broź9Fagan
Goal38
Substitution85
32Radović
Goal90+1
11Brennan
Substitution76
33Żyro15Browne
70Orlando Sá
Substitution16
17Forrester
Substitution49

Substitutes

91Jałocha (GK)16Gilmartin (GK)
4Lewczuk4Foran
8Duda
Substitution77
Yellow Card90
10Quigley
Substitution49
9Saganowski
Substitution16
12Fitzgerald
11Piech14Chambers
Substitution76
21Vrdoljak
Substitution66
18Lynch
Substitution85
45Ryczkowski21Kavanagh

Coaches

Henning Berg (NOR) Liam Buckley (IRL)

Referee

Marius Avram (ROU)

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Standings

 
 
  
Published: Wednesday 16 July 2014, 23.30CET

Late Legia goal denies St Pat's victory

Legia Warszawa 1-1 Saint Patrick's Athletic FC
A last-gasp goal from Miroslav Radović ensured Legia took away a vital draw against St Patrick's.

Miroslav Radović's added-time goal for Legia Warszawa finally broke Saint Patrick's Athletic FC's resolve as the two sides played out a 1-1 draw.

The Serbian midfielder's 91st-minute goal cancelled out Christy Fagan's first-half strike for the Irish side. This still leaves plenty to be played for when the clubs meet in a week's time for the second leg of their UEFA Champions League second qualifying round tie.

The Irish title-holders, who are appearing in the competition for the first time since the 1999/2000 season, went into the break a goal to the good after an impressive first-half showing. Ian Bermingham's cut-back from the left found Fagan who tapped home to give St Patrick's the lead after 38 minutes.

Iñaki Astiz clared off the goal line from Fagan before Legia – coached by former Manchester United FC defender Henning Berg – were unlucky not to level the scoreline with Hélio Pinto hitting the bar on the stroke of half-time.

After sustained pressure from the home side in the second half they were not to be denied and eventually found the breakthrough deep into stoppage time when Ondrej Duda set up Radović.

Despite this St Patrick's will remain confident going into next week's game with an away goal to their name.

Last updated: 17/07/14 0.06CET

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