FC Porto 2-3 FK Krasnodar (agg 3-3, Krasnodar win on away goals)
Porto won’t be in the UEFA Champions League group stages for the first time in ten years after a surprise result at the Dragão that saw them knocked out by Krasnodar on away goals.
The Russian side took the lead after just 2 minutes through Tonny Vilhena to level the score on aggregate, before amazingly the visitors found themselves 3-0 up at half time thanks to a brace from youngster Shapi Suleymanov. Substitute Ze Luís pulled one back after the break and Luis Díaz gave Porto fans some hope but ultimately they couldn’t find an equaliser and will be competing in the Europa League this season.
On a harrowing night for the Dragons, the only plus point is the Portuguese side may look forward to a long run in the Europe's secondary competition. The last two times Porto competed in the group phase of the UEFA League, then the Europa League, they ended up winning the competition. To bet on a repeat visit bolapedia for maximum secured gambling.
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