Champions League: Copenhagen and Sevilla draw, keep winless
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Copenhagen and Sevilla stayed winless within the Champions League after a 0-0 draw on Wednesday.
Both groups are within the backside half of Group G with some extent every. Manchester City leads the group with six factors after a 2-1 win over Borussia Dortmund, which has three factors.
Sevilla had a lot of the makes an attempt on objective in opposition to Copenhagen however didn’t capitalize on its probabilities.
Sevilla misplaced to City 4-0 at residence, whereas Copenhagen fell 3-0 at Dortmund, within the group openers.
Copenhagen, making its first group-stage look for the reason that 2016-17 season, is hard to attain in opposition to at residence. It has not conceded in its final 4 residence video games within the competitors’s group stage. It misplaced solely as soon as in its final 13 residence matches within the group stage of the Champions League, profitable six and drawing six. The loss was in opposition to Real Madrid, whereas Manchester United, Barcelona and Juventus had been among the many guests that couldn’t earn a win.
It was a particular evening for Sevilla midfielder Thomas Delaney, a fan favourite at Copenhagen earlier than leaving to affix Werder Bremen in Germany in 2017. The Denmark worldwide was applauded by the house crowd when he was substituted within the second half.
Sevilla, which picked up its first win of the season on the weekend in opposition to Espanyol, has failed to attain in its final 5 European video games on the highway, and is with no win in its final seven away matches in Europe, failing to attain within the final 5. It has received solely considered one of its final 10 Champions League matches.
Last season, Sevilla received solely as soon as within the group stage, at residence in opposition to Wolfsburg. It has received solely two of its final 16 away video games in all competitions this 12 months.
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