Hulk's second-half goal has given FC Zenit the edge over PSV Eindhoven, who will need to reverse a trend of successive 1-0 defeats in Russia if they are to progress.
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PSV Eindhoven will need to win in Russia for only the second time if they are to overcome FC Zenit and reach the UEFA Europa League round of 16.
• The sides met for the first time in UEFA club competition in the first leg, the visitors prevailing thanks to Hulk's 64th-minute effort.
• Zenit lost 3-2 on aggregate to FC Twente in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League round of 16 in their only previous two-legged tie against Dutch opponents, falling just short of overturning a 3-0 first-leg defeat.
• Zenit are unbeaten in two home games against Dutch sides (W1 D1).
• PSV have already faced Russian opponents this season, losing 1-0 home and away against FC Dinamo Moskva.
• PSV's last two games in Russia both ended in 1-0 defeats, with the winning goals scored deep into added time.
• Zenit are in the round of 32 for the sixth time since the advent of the UEFA Cup group stage in 2004/05; they have thus far advanced to the last 16 each time.
• Zenit have played only seven home games in the UEFA Europa League, group stage to final, and won them all. They also drew a play-off home match against CD Nacional in 2009/10.
• PSV have scored three goals in each of their last two European away games.
Trivia and links
• Zenit's Javi García and PSV's Karim Rekik were team-mates at Manchester City FC; both players came on as substitutes in a 1-0 Premier League win against Reading FC – Rekik's only league appearance for the club.
• PSV are one of five sides to have made it from the third qualifying round to the round of 32 along with BSC Young Boys, Club Brugge KV, FC Dinamo Moskva and Torino FC.
• PSV (1978) and Zenit (2008) are among 11 former UEFA Cup and UEFA Europa League winners in the round of 32. Only one other tie features two past competition victors: VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach (1974, 1979) and holders Sevilla FC (2006, 2007, 2014).
• Having joined FC Porto's coaching department in his teens after a debate with the club's then coach Sir Bobby Robson, Zenit's André Villas-Boas assisted José Mourinho and spent a season in charge at A. Académica de Coimbra before winning a Liga, Portuguese Cup and UEFA Europa League treble with Porto in 2010/11. He then coached Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC, taking command at Zenit in March 2014.
• Villas-Boas (Porto 2011) is one of three coaches involved in the round of 32 who have won the UEFA Europa League since the competition took on its current incarnation, along with SSC Napoli's Rafael Benítez (Chelsea 2013) and Sevilla's Unai Emery (Sevilla 2014).
• Having led PSV to Dutch Cup glory as caretaker coach in 2012, former midfielder Phillip Cocu took permanent command in 2013 after learning the ropes in a number of roles at the club. As a player, he collected 101 caps for the Netherlands and won four titles in two spells at PSV, as well as the 1998/99 Spanish crown with FC Barcelona, his club from 1998 to 2004.