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Romanian football champions CFR Cluj drew 1-all at home against Young Boys Berne of Switzerland in Europa League Group A. Mario Rondon scored the first goal for CFR on minute 62, but 7 minutes later the Swiss team evened the odds with a goal scored by Christian Fassnacht. The match was balanced and quite physical. The visiting side had numerous scoring opportunities, but the response from CFR was also solid. In the other Group A fixture, AS Rome of Italy drew nil-all against CSKA Sofia of Bulgaria at home. CFR remains the group leader with 4 points in 2 matches, the same as Rome, but with a better goal-average ratio. Dan Petrescu's trainees will next play AS Rome away from home on November 5, and again on November 26 at home.



Also in Europa League, let us note that Romanian midfielder Nicolae Stanciu had an assist for the only goal that helped his club, Slavia Prague of the Czech Republic, win against Bayer Leverkusen of Germany, 1-nil, in Group C. In Group D, Glasgow Rangers of Scotland defeated the Polish side Lech Poznan, 1-nil. Ianis Hagi played 69 minutes for Glasgow. Goalkeeper Ciprian Tătăruşanu was in front of goal for AC Milan throughout the match the Italian side won against the Czech side Sparta Prague, 3-nil. Goalkeeper Florin Niţă was a substitute for Sparta. In Group G, defender Ionuţ Nedelcearu played for AEK Athens of Greece in the match lost 2-1nil to Leicester City of England.



In other news from football, this weekend will saw a new round in the domestic championship. On Friday, FC Argeş is playing FC Voluntari, while Dinamo Bucharest will take on Astra Giurgiu. On Saturday, Academica Clinceni is playing Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe on home turf. FC Botoşani will go up against UTA Arad, while FC Hermannstadt is taking on Universitatea Craiova. On Sunday, Politehnica Iaşi will play Viitorul Constanţa at home, while CFR Cluj will play Gaz Metan Mediaş on home turf. On Monday, Chindia Târgovişte is playing FCSB. Universitatea Craiova tops the league tables with 21 points, followed by FCSB and CFR Cluj, each with 18 points.

(Translated by V. Palcu)



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