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Friday, February 18, 2011


Instead of Besiktas, Dynamo Kiev put a foot in the last 16 of the Europa League as they claimed a comfortable 4-1 win in the first leg match.

Andriy Shevchenko setup and goal and then scored one in his 84-minutes appearance as Dynamo Kiev used a powerful second half to beat Besiktas 4-1 in Europa League action on Thursday.

Shevchenko, the former AC Milan and Chelsea forward, assisted Ognjen Vukojevic to score the go ahead goal for Dynamo Kiev in the 27th minute, before getting on the score sheet himself five minutes into the second half.

Besiktas winger Ricardo Quaresma got the lone striker for the hosts when netted the equalising goal in the 37th minute.

Meanwhile, besides Vukojevic and Shevchenko – Dynamo Kiev also got goals from Ayila Yussuf in the 56th minute and a late penalty from Oleg Gusev.

To make matters worse for Besiktas, Quaresma was sent off on the final whistle for violent conduct.


Besiktas Arikan, Hilbert, Ferrari, Sivok, Koybasi, Quaresma, Guti, Aurelio (Uysal 80), Ernst (Guven 56),Nobre (Hugo Almeida 69), Bobo.

Subs Not Used: Recber, Dag, Toraman, Bayramoglu.

Sent Off: Quaresma (90).

Booked: Sivok, Quaresma, Arikan.

Goals: Quaresma 37.

Dynamo Kiev Shovkovskiy, Mykhalyk (Popov 73), Yussuf, Danilo Silva, Leandro Almeida, Gusev, Vukojevic,Yarmolenko (Garmash 88), Milevskiy, Eremenko,Shevchenko (Kravets 84).

Subs Not Used: Koval, Betao, Ninkovic, Zozulya.

Booked: Shevchenko.

Goals: Vukojevic 27, Shevchenko 50, Yussuf 57, Gusev 90 pen.

Att: 27,000

Ref: Pedro Proenca (Portugal).

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