Benfica hopes to continue 11-game winning streak

Bonfica hopes to continue 11-game winning streak

Benfica and Dynamo Kiev is now on the second leg of their qualifying round for the Champions League. Benfica is now 90-minutes away from the group stage of the Champions League after they won their first outing. On the other hand, Dynamo Kiev will look to stand another day for the qualifying round of the Champions League.

It was a 2-0 victory for the Benfica that gives them the advantage going into this match. Moreover, they also want to prolong their 11-game winning streak for a better record. On the other hand, although they are disadvantaged, Dynamo Kiev will not make it easy for Benfica. They will try to turn the tables on their favor and make a memorable comeback in this game.


UEFA: Benfica
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One step closer to the Champions League. This is what motivates Benfica since they are a win away from entering the group stage of the Champions League. During the first leg of their qualifying round, the squad had a 2-0 win against Dynamo Kiev. The squad have been the dominant one whenever they face Dynamo Kiev so it is no longer a surprise that they won the first leg. The team is now aiming to return to the Champions League, bringing a 100% record with them.

Gilberto, Goncalo Ramos, and Roger Schimidt is expected to play the same way like their first round. With the kind of game they did, they can surely make use of their advantage. However, Joao Victor, and Lucas Verissimo will continue to be sidelined due to their respective injuries.

Dynamo Kiev

UEFA: Dynamo Kiev
Photo courtesy of AP Photo

Dynamo Kiev is also unbeatable during the qualifiers, not until they were defeated by their old rivals, Benfica. During their winning streak, they were able to pick three wins and four draws during their four opening games. Although disadvantaged, the squad will still try to overturn the result and make a comeback. They also want to end the winning streak of their opponent as they never won against this squad before.

No Volodymyr Kostevych, and Vladyslav Supryga for this team as they still need to nurse their own injuries. But although these two will not play, Denys Garmash, and Sergiy Sydorchuk will return to boost this team.


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