UEFA Champions League: Dynamo Kyiv loses to Napoli 1-2
The Ukrainian team starts the competition’s group stage with a home loss
The National Sports Complex ‘Olimpiysky’ in Kyiv saw how Ukraine’s champion conceded to the Italian club.
All three goals took place in the first half; the Kyivites scored first, thanks to Denys Garmash. However, Napoli responded almost immediately – with two headers by Polish legionnaire Arkadiusz Milik.
With the second goal that Napoli scored briefly before the half-time whistle, none of the sides managed to score any more – not that Dynamo didn’t try.
Thus, Italians came home as the only current leaders in their group, as Benfica played a 1-1 tie with Besiktas. Dynamo, on the other hand, has no points so far, which currently makes the Ukrainian squad an outsider.
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