Ten man Greek side AEK Athens managed to hold Marvellous Nakamba’s Belgian side Club Brugge to a 0-0 draw on Thursday night, putting them in a good position to progress to the next round of the Europa League.

Nakamba who has featured fully in all matches so far was in the line up and managed to last the whole match.

Brugge had most of the ball but some poor finishing costed them a host of chances they created for themselves. At the other end AEK did come close on two occasions.

In the 58th minute, AEK’s Marko Livaja was sent off after being shown his second yellow card, but Clubbe Brugge couldn’t make the extra man count.

The return leg takes place in Athens next Thursday and the winner will move on to the next qualification round.

Europa League – Qualification
FT Apollon Limassol 3 – 2 FC Midtjylland
FT BATE Borisov 1 – 1 FC Olexandria
FT Dinamo Zagreb 1 – 1 Skenderbeu
FT FC Krasnodar 3 – 2 FK Crvena Zvezda
FT FH Hafnarfjordur 1 – 2 Braga
FT FK Vardar Skopje 2 – 0 Fenerbahce
FT PAOK Thessaloniki… 3 – 1 Oestersunds FK
FT Viktoria Plzen 3 – 1 AEK Larnaca
FT Altach 0 – 1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
FT Ludogorets Razgrad 2 – 0 Suduva
FT Panathinaikos 2 – 3 Athletic Bilbao
FT AC Milan 6 – 0 KF Shkendija
FT Ajax 0 – 1 Rosenborg
FT Club Brugge 0 – 0 AEK Athens
FT Domzale 1 – 1 Marseille
FT FC Viitorul Constanta 1 – 3 Salzburg
FT Legia Warszawa 1 – 1 FC Sheriff
FT Osijek 1 – 2 Austria Wien
FT Partizan Beograd 0 – 0 Videoton FC
FT Everton 2 – 0 Hajduk Split
FT Maritimo 0 – 0 Dynamo Kyiv

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