The town of Zaporizhya hosted the return leg of UEFA Europa League's Qualification Round 2, in which Zorya Luhansk played with Buducnost from Podgorica (Montenegro).
Artem Gromov scored in the first half; it became the only goal in this particular game, but it was already third on the aggregate. Soon after that, the judge sent Dzuric and Bozovic off, leaving the guest team undermanned, with nine players on the pitch. In the second half, Zorya kept the ball but created no more moments to score again.
Not so long ago, Zorya Luhansk FC played the opener of this season's UEFA Europa League. On Thursday night, the Ukrainian squad faced Buducnost Podgorica (Montenegro), as the teams started their performance in the competition's Qualification Round 2.
Zorya's Artem Gromov scored a double in the first half. In the second, the opponents managed to score one in return; but in the end, Levan Arveladze sealed the fate, making the final score 1-3.