March 18 (Friday) 04:05
[Crown D3] Sevilla VS Basuli[ I1 ]
Suggested no-ball competition: Sevilla
Big ball 3:1
■Sevilla last weekend in La Liga scored 3 goals in the second half to complete the reversal. The star winger Reyes came on the bench and scored in stoppage time to seal the victory. In the 79th minute, the two yellows dyed red and the defeated midfielder Nega did not affect the European game. French midfielder Nzonzi (3 goals in 23 games) retired from injury in the 17th minute and he was suspended in the first leg. Forward Bitolo (2 goals in 26 games) missed the first leg with a hamstring injury for three weeks. Central defender Pareja (0 games) and defensive midfielder Križwiak (20 games) are both close to recovering from injury.
■Bassuli also staged a big reversal in the Swiss Super League last weekend, with Austrian high center Yanke performing a hat-trick. The suspended midfielder Xiakar (17 games) lifted the ban. Defender Lange (5 goals in 20 games), Akanji (8 games), Boetius (6 games) and forward Sporal (1 game) are missing. The famous defender Samuel (9 games) accumulated 3 yellow suspensions.
■ In the first round, the two sides were sullen, and Basuli had 46% to 54% possession rate, 11 to 9 shots, 1 to 3 shots on target, and 0 to 4 corner kicks.
■Sevilla has 1 win and 1 draw against the Swiss Super League, both on the road. In Basel’s previous 16 games, the Spanish team had 2 wins, 5 draws and 10 losses, 2 draws and 6 losses in the away game, scoring 7 goals and conceding 24 goals. ·Lin Dale·
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