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Trabzonspor vs Copenhagen: FCK hold on to a stalemate to make it into the UCL

Trabzonspor vs Copenhagen
Senol Gunes Spor Kompleksi Yeni Stadyum-Trabzon
UEFA Champions League
Play-offs, 2nd leg

Copenhagen registered a 2-1 at home in the first leg. The club knew a draw would be sufficient for them to make a return into the group stages of the UCL.

The Lions were able to do just that. However, it was not a walk in the park. The Turkish champions were menacing all fixtures long. With that being said the hosts failed to be clinical and the visitors defensively sound.

Thus the fixture ended without a goal being scored. Byens Hold have made it to the group stages for the first time since 2016.

Trabzonspor vs Copenhagen: Match report

Full time score: Trabzonspor 0-0 Copenhagen
Agg: 1-2 Copenhagen win


Trabzonspor AŞ

1 Uğurcan Çakır GK C
3 Marc Bartra
6 Manolis Siopis
8 Dorukhan Toköz
10 Abdülkadir Ömür
14 Andreas Cornelius
18 Eren Elmalı
19 Jens Stryger Larsen
21 Djaniny
24 Stefano Denswil
29 Enis Bardhi


54 M. Taha Tepe GK
98 Kağan Moradaoğlu GK
11 Anastasios Bakasetas
13 Vitor Hugo
22 Taha Altıkardeş
27 Trézéguet
32 Yusuf Erdoğan
34 Doğucan Haspolat
37 Emrehan Gedikli
67 Kerem Şen
77 Jean Evrard Kouassi

F.C. Copenhagen

51 Mathew Ryan GK
2 Kevin Diks
3 Denis Vavro
5 David Khocholava
7 Viktor Claesson
10 Carlos Zeca C
12 Lukas Lerager
15 Mohamed Daramy
16 Pep Biel
33 Rasmus Falk
34 Victor Kristiansen


21 Karl-Johan Johnsson GK
41 Andreas Dithmer GK
8 Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson
11 Khouma Babacar
17 Paul Mukairu
19 Elias Jelert
22 Peter Ankersen
23 Akinkunmi Amoo
27 Valdemar Lund
29 Mamoudou Karamoko
30 Hákon Arnar Haraldsson
35 Marko Stamenic

Managers’ reaction

Abdullah Avcı, Trabzonspor coach: “I think we’ve organised well out on the pitch tonight and we tried everything until the end. But this is part of football. I think that was a good match on this level. We could have won but we couldn’t. Congratulations to my players for their efforts and congratulations to our opponents.”

Jess Thorup, Copenhagen coach: “That’s why I came to Copenhagen. For these evenings. To win titles and to play against the best in the world. I am very, very proud of the performance of the players tonight.”