The first half ended 0-0. 38 minutes into the game, Olympia Ljubljana's Andrew Hammer was sent off the field with a red card.
Slovak referee Philip Glava directs the match at Stozice Stadium.
IMPORTANT SECTIONS OF THE FIRST TESTAMENT
The first half of the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League second leg match between Jeni Malataspor and Slovenian Olympia Ljubljana ended 0-0.
17. Jahovic & # 39; s penalty area behind the nose of the penalty area, the ball came out of auta's hand.
30. Vukusicin placed in the penalty box on the right wing with a ball in the penalty box, goalkeeper Farnol checked the lying ball.
37 minutes were showing on the scoreboard when Çekiçi received his second yellow card and was sent off.
The first half of the fight ended with aimless draw.
Last season, the spectacular Yellow-Blacks, Super League 5 play-offs, UEFA Europa League qualifying matches were eligible.
A new Malatyaspor 3 qualifying round to bring back all kinds of revenge wins, as well as a 2-2 draw will be enough. If the match ends 2-2 the draw will be extended If the result does not change further, the round will determine the series of penalties. The representative of Slovenia will be round in case of victory, goal or draw 1-1.
If the new Malatyaspor crosses the round, the winner of the Connah & # 39; s Quay (Wales) -Partizan (Serbia) match will face the third qualifying round.
11 of the match
Olympia Ljubljana: Vidmar, Bagnack, Samardzic, Jurcevic, Boakye, Tomic, Putincanin, Suljic, Savic, Andrew Hammer, Vukusic
Jeni Malataspor: Farnol, Chebake, Mina, Mustafa, Erkan, Robin, Murat, Bifuma, Bugra, Fofana, Jahovic
Source: TRT SPOR