In the first match of the UEFA Champions League 2nd Qualification Round, Galatasaray lost 5-1 away to Dutch team PSV.
PSV took the lead in the 2nd minute. In Marcao’s back pass, goalkeeper Muslera wanted to control the ball at a point close to the last line. Eran Zahavi checked the leather ball that Uruguayan net keeper opened from his foot. Zahavi’s shot from close range, the ball met the nets: 1-0.
In the 35th minute, the home team increased the lead to 2. Madueke, who was put into the penalty area from the right diagonal in the fast developing PSV attack after the ball lost by Emre Kılınç in the midfield, sent his pass to Zahavi in the six-past. This player’s hit without waiting went to the leather net: 2-0.
Galatasaray scored in the 42nd minute. Emre Kılınç’s head shot from the front of the six-past in the middle of Ömer Bayram’s left, the ball met the nets: 2-1.
In the 51st minute, PSV increased the lead to 2 again. Zahavi, who met the ball with Van Ginkel’s pass, brought together the leather circle Mario Götze in a stylish way. Götze’s shot from inside the penalty area went into the net: 3-1.
PSV found the 4th goal in the 84th minute. The ball that Kerem Aktürkoğlu wanted to remove with his head headed for the penalty area. Zahavi, who took the leather ball in front of him, which Marcao could not interfere, brought the ball to the nets after dribbling goalkeeper Muslera: 4-1.
In the 88th minute, the home team increased the lead to 4. With a head shot by Götze in the middle of Max’s left diagonal out of the penalty area, he went to the round leather nets that goalkeeper Muslera wanted to slap away: 5-1.
PSV won the match 5-1.
The return match will be played on Wednesday, July 28 at Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadium.
Source: Dünya Gazetesi by www.dunya.com.
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