Football: Legia Warsaw lose at home in Europa League qualifiers
PR dla Zagranicy
Poland’s Legia Warsaw on Thursday lost 1-2 to Luxembourg’s semi-professional F91 Dudelange in Europa League qualifiers, a performance that was slammed by critics.
F91 Dudelange's David Turpel takes a winning penalty. Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański
Legia were recently knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers and fired their Croatian manager Dean Klafurić.
The Polish top-flight team were on Thursday playing at home in their first match of third-round qualifiers in the lower Europa League. Legia play the second leg against Dudelange away next week.
The Luxembourg side pulled ahead with a goal from Clement Couturier in the 24th minute, while Carlitos equalised for Legia in the 27th.
David Turpel put away a penalty for Dudelange in the 62nd minute.