Barça and Inter qualify for the Final 8 of the Champions League | LNFS

Reigning champions Barca and Inter FS have certified their qualification for the UEFA Futsal Champions League quarter-finals after defeating French ACCS 2-1 and Ukraine’s Kherson 4-2 respectively. The two Spanish representatives will be in the Final to Eight of Minsk, which will be played between April 28 and May 3.

Barça had to come back against ACCS at the Palau and Marcenio avoided under sticks 43 seconds from the end that the game went into extra time with the French playing goalkeeper player. The Parisian team started ahead with a spur goal from Edu after a free kick from Ortiz. The shot of the Brazilian winger-close with an Azerbaijan passport inside the area surprised Dídac Plana in the 9th minute.

The Serbian Aksentijevic became the main protagonist of the first half, stopping all the attacks of the Andreu Plaza team, which was forced to ask for a death time before the good start of the Gauls. The Parisian team enjoyed good chances thanks to N’gala or Lutin, who sent a ball to the post. Just before the break, Ferrao received a pass from Dyego, turned to Ortiz and with a left foot, the Brazilian pivot achieved the tie.

In the second half, the current European champion turned to culminate the comeback against Jesús Velasco’s team. Dídac Plana avoided the second French goal with a great save on a volley from Ortiz. The winning goal came with five minutes to go. Daniel’s defensive recovery that opened for Marcenio and the Brazilian close-forward assisted Ximbinha who beat Aksentijevic to score the final 2-1. With Ortiz playing five, Ricardinho had the last chance.

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Inter FS suffer until the last minute to beat Kherson

Tino Pérez’s team did not see anything clear about their triumph or their classification for the quarterfinals of the Champions League until the last minute, when Kherson, so competitive throughout the duel and innocent at the end, handed the Madrid team 3- 2 with a loss of the ball when he speculated with a game of five and with an extension that, at that moment, seemed inevitable (4-2).

In the first half, Dani Saldise scored a header goal off a Borja Díaz corner kick. With the minimum rent, in the resumption, the Madrilenians had numerous occasions to sentence but they ran into a great Tsypun.

Zvarych managed to equalize and Borja Díaz put Inter in front again, but Pola deflected a Shoturma corner kick to score the 2-2 own goal, surprising Jesús García. After a timeout by Kherson, André Brocanello opted for the game of five to seek surprise or, failing that, to force extra time.

The duel did not get there, because a serious error in a pass from Sorokin was taken advantage of by Cecilio to score an empty goal and unleash the hurried victory of Inter, sentenced moments later with the 4-2 of goalkeeper Jesús García, one of the undoubted figures of the meeting.



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