UEFA Futsal Champions League | The path of Palma Futsal in this Champions League

UEFA Futsal Champions League | The path of Palma Futsal in this Champions League
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The path of Palma Futsal in this Champions LeaguePalma Futsal

Fate crosses their path in Yerevan, but Palma Futsal and Benfica have had to travel a long and relatively peaceful path to meet in the semifinals on Friday (4 p.m./ IB3/DAZN) of this UEFA Futsal Champions League.

The Mallorcans, who remain undefeated in Europe after winning the last edition, overcame the Main Round as group champions after defeating Hungarian Haladás (3-1), which put more trouble than expected, and Luxembourg’s Differdange (9-4) more clearly. In the decisive duel, in a clash in which sparks flew, Antonio Vadillo’s men defeated a very tough Kairat Almaty, another of the ‘roosters’ of the continent (4-3). The pistachio green team once again excelled in the Elite Round by defeating, also without fanfare, the Croatian Olmissum (5-3) and the Polish Lubawa (3-1). With Hit kyiv they tied (2-2), a result that was enough for them to sneak into the ‘Final Four’.

Benfica, for its part, suffered a scare on the first day of the Main Round by drawing with the French champion, Etoille Lavalloise (2-2), but then mercilessly crushed the Romanian United Galaty (12-0) and Dobovec Slovenian (8-1). In the elite phase, the decisive one, they performed at a high level against Kairat (3-2) and that gave them the ticket to Armenia, since they also beat Dobovec (4-3), again, and Kosovo’s Prishtina ( 10-1).

Trip The Palma Futsal expedition arrived in Yerevan at dawn

Palma Futsal left Son Sant Joan yesterday at 6:40 p.m. bound for Vienna. Once there, the expedition, made up of about sixty people, took a second flight at 10:30 p.m., bound for Yerevan, a city where they had to arrive at 4 a.m. local time -2 hours in Spain-. Today he will have the morning free and in the afternoon he will train.

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