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THURSDAY ACCUMULATION VARIETY (16-04-2014)

THURSDAY ACCUMULATION VARIETY (16-04-2014)

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FC Porto are inside sight of coming to the UEFA Champions League last four shockingly since 2003/04 after a 3-1 annihilation of FC Bayern München in the first leg of their quarter-last.

Bayern, looking at a fourth straight appearance in the semis, had not lost in 11 past apparatuses in Portugal but rather were on the back foot all through at the Estádio do Dragão. Ricardo Quaresma made it five in his last three diversions in all rivalries with two endeavors before Thiago Alcántara gave the guests a decent footing with his first UEFA Champions League strike. Jackson Martínez, however, restored Porto's two-objective pad to leave Bayern – shorn of key players including Arjen Robben, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribéry through harm – confronting a daunting task.
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Despite the fact that Julen Lopetegui had called for "desire" from his group, even he couldn't have conceived such early get-up-and-go. For sure it was Bayern who appreciated 66% of the first-half ownership yet, surprisingly for a Josep Guardiola side, such predominance was more adverse than helpful. Xabi Alonso was first to fall foul of the has' high squeezing, surrendering the ball to Martínez – making his first excursion since 6 March – inside two minutes. The Colombia forward was felled by Manuel Neuer and Quaresma committed no error from the punishment spot.

Robert Lewandowski headed over with Bayern's first clear risk, yet Porto were soon two to the great. Quaresma – maybe just beginning because of Cristian Tello's damage – was the harasser this time, appropriating ownership from Dante before hustling clear and jabbing past Neuer.

Guardiola's charges split their shortfall on 28 minutes, nonetheless, Thiago – up against Lopetegui under whom he won the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship – turning in at the back post having been selected by Jérôme Boateng's low cross from the privilege. Alex Sandro then hit the bar with a mis-hit cross, and Casemiro gestured over, yet half-time checked just interim rest for Bayern.

Neuer had as of now been compelled to show distinctively impressive responses to tip over from Boateng's accidentally goalbound exertion when he was beaten yet again halfway during that time half. The German universal goalkeeper could at the end of the day feel bothered with Boateng, who neglected to head pass a long and confident ball forward which Martínez killed eminently before arranging Neur and passing into the net.

FC Haka Valkeakoski - Musan Salama


1X2

FC Haka Valkeakoski

1.30
Fenerbahce - Mersin Idman Yurdu SK


1X2

Fenerbahce

1.30
Curzon Ashton FC - Ramsbottom Utd


1X2

Curzon Ashton

1.40





Dunfermline - Heart of Midlothian


Handicap 1:0

Dunfermline

1.40
Sevilla FC - Zenit St Petersburg


Under/Over 1.5 goals in 1st half

Under 1.5 goals

1.40
FC Dynamo Kiev - AC Fiorentina


Handicap 1:0

Dynamo Kiev

1.30





Club Brugge - Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk


First Team to win either half

Yes

1.50
Boca Juniors - Club Deportivo Palestino


1X2

Boca Juniors

1.35
EC Bahia BA - Nacional AM


First Team to win either half

Yes

1.25





FC Zbrojovka Brno - FC Vysocina Jihlava


First Team to win either half

Yes

1.40
1. FK Pribram - FC Viktoria Plzen


1X2

1 FK Pribram

1.25
1. SC Znojmo - 1. FC Slovacko


Handicap 1:0

1 SC Znojmo

1.35





KPV Kokkola - Hifk


1X2

Hifk

1.35
Fylkir Reykjavik - Ka Akureyri


1X2

Fylkir Reykjavik

1.35
Foolad Khuzestan FC - Naft Masjed Soleyman FC


First Team to win either half

Yes

1.35





Geylang Int. - Brunei Dpmm FC


Second Team to win either half

Yes

1.40
Al-Sailiya SC - Lekhwiya SC


Second Team to win either half

Yes

1.25
Al-Ain - Ittihad Kalba


1X2

AL Ain FC

1.22





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