Florin Niță, nightmare match in the Champions League preliminaries! The goalkeeper of the Romanian national team scored the goal of the evening in Europe

Florin Niță had a nightmare match in Austria and received the goal of the evening in Europe, in the match lost by Sparta Prague with Rapid Vienna, score 1-2.

The Czech vice-champion led 1-0 at the break in the hottest match of the day in the second preliminary round of the Champions League, but Niță was defeated twice after the break, and the return is announced on the edge of the knife.

Also on Tuesday, Dinamo Zagreb and Ferencvaros took a big step towards the next preliminaries in the Champions League: the champion of Croatia and the title winner from Hungary won 2-0 at home, with Omonia Nicosia and Zalgiris respectively. CFR Cluj, on the route of the champions, is also close to qualifying, after 2-1 with Lincoln.

Florin Niță received the goal of the evening in Europe! Rapid Vienna – Sparta Prague 2-1

In front of an almost full stadium, Sparta Prague opened the scoring through Krejci, but Niță was defeated in the 63rd minute, after the super success of Knasmullner, who probably managed the goal of the evening in Europe, with a spectacular lob.

Knasmullner immediately managed the double, without Niță being to blame, and Rapid Vienna won 2-1, after a spectacular comeback.

Florin Niță did not make a bad match and managed to save his team a few times, so the former FCSB goalkeeper still has great chances to be a starter in the matches that Romania will play them in the World Championship preliminaries.

The results of the evening in the second preliminary round of UCL:

Alashkert – Sheriff Tiraspol 0-1
Lincoln – CFR Cluj 1-2
Dinamo Zagreb – Omonia 2-0
Ferencvaros – Zalgiris 2-0
Rapid Vienna – Sparta Prague 2-1
Celtic – Midtjylland 1-1

Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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