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PAOK Vs Turkey

Besiktas will be the second team from neighboring Turkey which PAOK has come up against in European competition. And the last meeting with a Turkish club awakens only happy memories.

24.08.2020

In the 2010-11 season PAOK faced Fenerbahce in the Europa League Play Offs after having previously been eliminated from the Champions League qualifiers by Ajax.

The first leg took place at the Toumba Stadium on August 19 2010, with PAOK claiming a 1-0 win thanks to a goal from Vieirinha in the 19th minute, despite also having been reduced to 10 players in the 57th minute following the dismissal of Vitolo (due to a second booking).

In the second leg at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Belozoglou put Fener 1-0 ahead to level the tie, and the game went to extra time.

And it was in extra time when one of the most significant goals in the history of the Double-headed Eagle was scored by Muslimovic, who found the net in the 102nd minute.

The draw sent PAOK into the group stages of the Europa League for the first time in the club’s history, while once again the club now finds itself facing a club from Turkey in its way in order to reach the group stages of the Champions League.

PAOK 1 Fenerbahce 0

Play off Europa League

August 19 2010

Toumba Stadium

Goals: Vieirinha 19

RED CARD: Vitolo 57 (second yellow card)

Attendance: 23.213

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi, Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Vitolo, Vieirinha , Ivic (77’ Filomeno), Salpingidis (86’ Papazoglou), Muslimovic (60’ Sorlen).

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Ecker, Andre Santos, Gonul, Erkin (70′ Khurmatsi), Alex, Christian Baroni, Sahin (80′ Unal), Topuz, Centurk (45′ Niang).

Fenerbahce 1 PAOK 1

Play off Europa League

August 26 2010

Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium

Goals: Bezoglou 50 – Muslimovic

Attendance: 39.863

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Andre Santos, Bilisa, Gonul, Belozoglou (75′ Sahin), Alex, Stoch, Christian Baroni (105′ Unal), Topuz (91′ Hurmanci), Niang.

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi (75 ‘Schnauzner), Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Sorlen, Fotakis (91’ Koutsianikoulis), Vieirinha, Salpingidis, Filomeno (83 ‘Muslimovic).

Relevant News

PAOK Vs Turkey

Besiktas will be the second team from neighboring Turkey which PAOK has come up against in European competition. And the last meeting with a Turkish club awakens only happy memories.

24.08.2020

In the 2010-11 season PAOK faced Fenerbahce in the Europa League Play Offs after having previously been eliminated from the Champions League qualifiers by Ajax.

The first leg took place at the Toumba Stadium on August 19 2010, with PAOK claiming a 1-0 win thanks to a goal from Vieirinha in the 19th minute, despite also having been reduced to 10 players in the 57th minute following the dismissal of Vitolo (due to a second booking).

In the second leg at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Belozoglou put Fener 1-0 ahead to level the tie, and the game went to extra time.

And it was in extra time when one of the most significant goals in the history of the Double-headed Eagle was scored by Muslimovic, who found the net in the 102nd minute.

The draw sent PAOK into the group stages of the Europa League for the first time in the club’s history, while once again the club now finds itself facing a club from Turkey in its way in order to reach the group stages of the Champions League.

PAOK 1 Fenerbahce 0

Play off Europa League

August 19 2010

Toumba Stadium

Goals: Vieirinha 19

RED CARD: Vitolo 57 (second yellow card)

Attendance: 23.213

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi, Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Vitolo, Vieirinha , Ivic (77’ Filomeno), Salpingidis (86’ Papazoglou), Muslimovic (60’ Sorlen).

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Ecker, Andre Santos, Gonul, Erkin (70′ Khurmatsi), Alex, Christian Baroni, Sahin (80′ Unal), Topuz, Centurk (45′ Niang).

Fenerbahce 1 PAOK 1

Play off Europa League

August 26 2010

Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium

Goals: Bezoglou 50 – Muslimovic

Attendance: 39.863

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Andre Santos, Bilisa, Gonul, Belozoglou (75′ Sahin), Alex, Stoch, Christian Baroni (105′ Unal), Topuz (91′ Hurmanci), Niang.

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi (75 ‘Schnauzner), Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Sorlen, Fotakis (91’ Koutsianikoulis), Vieirinha, Salpingidis, Filomeno (83 ‘Muslimovic).

Relevant News

PAOK Vs Turkey

Besiktas will be the second team from neighboring Turkey which PAOK has come up against in European competition. And the last meeting with a Turkish club awakens only happy memories.

24.08.2020

In the 2010-11 season PAOK faced Fenerbahce in the Europa League Play Offs after having previously been eliminated from the Champions League qualifiers by Ajax.

The first leg took place at the Toumba Stadium on August 19 2010, with PAOK claiming a 1-0 win thanks to a goal from Vieirinha in the 19th minute, despite also having been reduced to 10 players in the 57th minute following the dismissal of Vitolo (due to a second booking).

In the second leg at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Belozoglou put Fener 1-0 ahead to level the tie, and the game went to extra time.

And it was in extra time when one of the most significant goals in the history of the Double-headed Eagle was scored by Muslimovic, who found the net in the 102nd minute.

The draw sent PAOK into the group stages of the Europa League for the first time in the club’s history, while once again the club now finds itself facing a club from Turkey in its way in order to reach the group stages of the Champions League.

PAOK 1 Fenerbahce 0

Play off Europa League

August 19 2010

Toumba Stadium

Goals: Vieirinha 19

RED CARD: Vitolo 57 (second yellow card)

Attendance: 23.213

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi, Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Vitolo, Vieirinha , Ivic (77’ Filomeno), Salpingidis (86’ Papazoglou), Muslimovic (60’ Sorlen).

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Ecker, Andre Santos, Gonul, Erkin (70′ Khurmatsi), Alex, Christian Baroni, Sahin (80′ Unal), Topuz, Centurk (45′ Niang).

Fenerbahce 1 PAOK 1

Play off Europa League

August 26 2010

Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium

Goals: Bezoglou 50 – Muslimovic

Attendance: 39.863

Fenerbahce (Aikut Kocaman): Demirel, Lugano, Andre Santos, Bilisa, Gonul, Belozoglou (75′ Sahin), Alex, Stoch, Christian Baroni (105′ Unal), Topuz (91′ Hurmanci), Niang.

PAOK (Pavlos Dermitzakis): Kresic, Boussaïdi (75 ‘Schnauzner), Malezas, Contreras, Lino, Garcia, Sorlen, Fotakis (91’ Koutsianikoulis), Vieirinha, Salpingidis, Filomeno (83 ‘Muslimovic).