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UEFA Champions League: Slavia takes victory away from Dynamo

Kyivites scored and led the way briefly, but the penalty kick ruined their hopes to win this time
08:47, 8 August 2018

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Dynamo Kyiv and Slavia Praha went toe-to-toe in the Round 3 Qualification game of UEFA Champions League. 

The White-Blues, who were the guests in this particular fixture tried hard but could not score. Slavia got the ball and kept it for most of the time; however, they also failed to disturb Dynamo's goalkeeper Serhiy Boyko.

After 80 minutes of attempts on the opponent's goals, Kyivites finally got to open the score thanks to the efforts of Slovenian forward Benjamin Verbic. 

It seemed Dynamo would celebrate the fifth victory in a row; they have not yet allowed any goals this season - well, before this game. Dynamo's young defender Kendziora went for a foul, which led to the penalty kick. Jozef Husbauer made it a tie, and thus ruined the opponent's hopes to win this time.

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