Europa League: Dragovic loses to Belgrade in Glasgow

European League

Aleksandar Dragovic and Red Star Belgrade are on the verge of losing after losing 3-0 in the Europa League. The Glasgow Rangers were pretty big in the round of 16 on Thursday. Three goals for the Serbs did not count because of offside. Thursday was also disappointing for Barcelona, ​​who drew 0-0 with Galatasaray Istanbul at home at the Camp Nou.

In Glasgow, Dragovic’s defense suffered from the resilience of the Scots. The goals came from standard positions. James Tavernier (11 / penalty kick) and Alfredo Morelos scored 0-2 after just 15 minutes. Red Star striker Alexander Katai missed a penalty kick at 40-year-old Alan McGregor (24). After the break, Leon Balogun scored the final score (51).

Barcelona celebrated unprofitable field supremacy for a long time and rarely became convincing enough against the defensive Turks. Goalkeeper Inaki Pena, on loan from Barcelona, ​​has excelled in separate stages of pressure. Chances of winning at home for the Catalans were there. Frenkie de Jong failed the crossbar after a mold designed by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (75).

De Jong hits the crossbar

Barcelona approached the goal. Frenkie de Jong was just inches away from celebrating the Catalans.

The other confrontations ended on Thursday with a victory at home. Four-time European champion Sevilla beat West Ham 1-0 with a goal from Barcelona loaned Munir (60th place). Braga’s match against Monaco ended with a score of 2-0. Atalanta beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2 in Bergamo. Luis Morell scored two goals (25, 49).

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