B36 Tórshavn - Fenerbahçe SK 0 -5 (0-1)
0-1 Tuncay Sanli 44'
0-2 Mehmet Yozgatli 48'
0-3 Can Arat 79'
0-4 Semih Senturk 81'
0-5 Murat Hacioglu 90'
After holding Fenerbahce from scoring for 43 minutes, B36 lose 5-0 in the end, after conceding 3 easy goals in the last 12 minutes.
In the first half, Fenerbahce's scoring opportunities mostly came after unprovoked B36 mistakes when B66 gave away the ball even when not under pressure.
B36 had its first shot on goal after 3 minutes when Hanus Thorleifsson tried from 25-30 meters, but Rustu Recber in the Fenerbahce goal wasn't troubled by the shot however.
Three minutes later, Fenerbahce nearly scored. B36 had just won the ball after a Fenerbahce corner, but a wrong pass on the left sent Fenerbahce straight back into attack. The ball was played across to Alex do Souza on the left, but his nonchalant lob aimed at the far corner went wide off goal.
A minute later, B36's Bergur Midjord was played through on the right, but from a tight angle, his low shot went just wide off the far post.
On 12 minutes, goalkeeper Jákup Mikkelsen made a meal of a simple back-pass when he played the ball straight to Fenerbache's Semih Senturk, but the keeper saved himself from the worst embarrassment by making a super-save from the clear Turk.
20 minutes into the first half, Alex de Souza blasted a long range shot on the crossbar from 22 meters.
But then, just 2 minutes before the break, another unprovoked mistake by B36 led to Fenerbahce's opening goal when defender Herbert í Lon Jacobsen's too short back-pass was intercepted by Tuncay Sanli who rounded the goalkeeper and put the ball into the empty goal.
And it took the visitors only 3 minutes of the second half to double their lead after yet another unnecessary error in the B36 defense, when left back Alex dos Santos tried to screen the ball off the pitch close to the byline, but Fenerbahce's Mehmet Yozgatli won the duel with Santos and ran towards goal and fired a shot. Jákup Mikkelsen blocked it in the first attempt, but Yozgatli was first on the rebound and scored on his second attempt.
10 minutes into the second half, B36 had their best scoring opportunity when Sylla got the ball after a long goal-kick from Jákup Mikkelsen. He shrugged of the defender and lobbed Rustu in the Fenerbahce goal, but the ball went just a meter wide off the right post.
33 minutes into the second half, Fenerbahce made it 3-0 after a free-kick on the left 10 meters from the byline, 1 meter outside the penalty area. Mehmet Yozgatli curled the free kick goal-wards, and inside the goal area, Can Arat turned the ball into the goal with is head.
A couple of minutes later, Semih Senturk made it 4-0, when he escaped his marker in front of goal and tapped in the cross from the left byline.
On 84 minutes, Fróði benjaminsen was played through on the right, but Rustu in the Fenerbahce goal easily blocked the shot from the tight angle.
After 44 minutes, Fenerbahce scored their 5th, when a Fenerbahce-player dribbled past a defender in the penalty area and shot at goal. Jákup Mikkelsen blocked the shot initially, but again he had to give a rebound which Murat Hacioglu tapped into the empty goal.
0-5 became an unnecessary big loss to a Fenerbahce team who, in the first half, only were dangerous when they were given (too many) gifts from B36. In the second half, Fenerbahce started off with another gift from B36 and in the last 12 minutes, B36 allowed Fenerbahce to get 3 easy goals as B36 suffered fatigue which led to lapse of concentration.
If Fenerbahce want to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League, then they'll have to play much better than they did against B36 today, as Dynamo Kyiv (who most probably will be their opponents in the 3rd qualifying round) will be a much tougher team to beat. Because, if B36 can hold Fenerbahce for 43 minutes, how long can Dynamo Kyiv hold them…?
But neither Nicolas Anelka nor Stephen Appiah was in the team today and they do make a difference, we saw in the first leg in Istanbul when Fenerbahce were firing on all cylinders. Today Fenerbahce seemed to be in a "relax-mode", as the job had already been done, leading 4-0 from the first leg.
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