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Europa League – FC Minsk 2 Valletta 0

UEFA Europa League

FC Minsk – Aleksandr Sverchinski,  Vladzimir Bushma, Roman Begunov, Siarhei Sosnovski , Aleksandr Sachivko, Milos Rnic, Sergiy Rozhok (S. Kibuk), Siarhei Kozeka, Nikita Bukatkin, Dmitri Gorbushin (A. Buloychik), Raman Vasilyuk (A. Makas)

Valletta – Pietro Marino, Jonathan Caruana (Romulu Antoneli), Roderick Briffa, Luke Dimech, Denni Rocha Dos Santos, Dyson Falzon, Ryan Fenech, Hamza Barry, Jason Vandelannoite, Ian Azzopardi (Shaun Bajada), Austin Obaje (Ian Zammit).

UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round Second Leg

Date: 25.07.2013 – Dinamo Stadion Minsk

Yellow Cards: J. Caruana, P. Marino, H. Barry (V), Bukatkin, Sachivko, M. Rnic (M)

Scorers: 53′ Vasilyuk, 60′ Kibuk.

Referee: Alexander Kosta-dinov (Bulgaria)

Valletta’s bid to progress to the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League came to an end as they were eliminated from the competition by FC Minsk 3-1 on aggregate.

Valletta were eliminated from the UEFA Europa League after suffering a 2-0 defeat to FC Minsk of Belarus in the second leg of the second qualifying round at the Torpedo Stadium in Zhodino on Thursday.

FC Minsk, who qualify with a 3-1 aggregate score, will now face the winner of the clash between Rosenborg of Norway and St. Johnstone of Scotland.

Coach Mark Miller opted to start with Nigerian striker Aud-Gustine James Obaje in attack and Ian Azzopardi in defence, leaving Shaun Bajada out of the starting line-up.

After a goalless first half, the hosts managed to take the lead eight minutes after the break thanks to Roman Vasilyuk whose effort beat goalkeeper Pietro Marino.

On the hour, FC Minsk doubled the score through Vital Kibuk. A blow for the Citizens who at this point needed two goals to secure qualification.

Miller included new signing Romulo Marcos Antoneli and Ian Zammit in the Citizens; bid to get back in the game but this was not enough for them to reduce the gap.

This was the first defeat for Valletta in this Europa League campaign after the two wins over SP La Fiorita and the 1-1 draw with FC Minsk in the first

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