This morning, the second round of the Europa League group stage began. Many five major leagues and famous European clubs appeared. In many games, there were still many upsets. Some fans still suffered certain losses. The most typical of these upsets There are three games:
Before the game, Leverkusen was in good condition. Since the new season, he has remained unbeaten in all competitions in 7 games, and the team's total value is 6 times that of the opponent! However, the first major factor that affected the game and led to an upset was the red card. Soon after the first half began, the drug factory general Bela Rabbi made a foul and was sent off. The subsequent game entered the rhythm of the home team's control. Although the home team didn't score the penalty kick taken by Stanciu in the second half, but before the end of the game, he still used the advantage of numbers. Leverkusen loses!
In this game, Mourinho adjusted some of the starting lineup, especially the frontcourt. Sun Xingmin and captain Kane both sat on the bench, and Vinicius and Bell started. However, the Tottenham players seemed to forget to wear their shooting boots in this game. 15 shots in the whole game were almost no threat, and most of them became waves. The home team is currently ranked first, morale is high, and the first half of the first half. After the intermission, Mourinho replaced Sun Xingmin, Lucas, and Lamela in batches. Seeing that the momentum was wrong, he replaced Kane in the 59th minute and removed Bale, but he still couldn't find the rhythm of the goal. The first Premier League team to lose in the European game this season.
Feyenoord, coached by veteran Ed Wocart, has not only won the Champions League but also the UEFA Champions League in history. Although they are not in hot form this season, they are also unbeaten in 7 games since the start of the new season. However, they performed too badly this morning. They sent out two penalty kicks in the first half. The away team midfielder Lindel used penalty kicks twice to score. In the second half, Boguis, who was once rumored in the Chinese Super League, got a goal back, but Lindel staged a hat trick to extinguish the hope of the home team's comeback. In the second half, Feyenoord's poor defense once again sent points, and the passive Wolfsberg finally won 4-1 away.
Feyenoord had a ball possession rate of up to 70% in the entire game, doubled his shot, and gave his opponent 3 penalties unexpectedly! In addition to being unable to grasp the opportunity with wave shots, plus too many penalties, eventually leading to upset!