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Dinamo Finish Europa League With Undefeated Record, Knockout Round Draw Next

December 13, 2018

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Dinamo Zagreb finished their Europa League campaign with an unbeaten 4-0-2 record after a 0-0 draw against Anderlecht Thursday night at Maksimir. The match was a mere technicality for the reigning Croatian champions as they were already set to top the group.

 

 

Now Dinamo look forward to the Europa League Round of 32 Knockout Round draw on Monday. Dinamo will be on the same side of the draw as some European royalty, including: Arsenal, Sevilla, Chelsea, Napoli and Inter Milan. Dinamo cannot play any of these clubs in the next round.

 

 

However, they could be paired up with any team in blue (below): Celtic, Lazio, Shakhtar Donetsk, Galatasaray; to name a few.

 

 

An ideal draw for Dinamo would include Viktoria Plzen, Malmo or Slavia Prague. Sporting Lisboa, Olympiakos, Lazio, Shakhtar Donetsk or Galatasaray would be trouble.

 

 

This is the first time a Croatian club will play in the knockout round of a European competition in over 50 years.

 

 

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Ante Kvartuč
Posted By: Ante Kvartuč 4 comments





  1. Soul Champ says:

    @ Elvis

    My full focus is on Vlašić and Brekalo.

    They are both thriving at their clubs and represent light in our attacking third.

    They combine to bring power and skill.

    They both should have scored in that second half at wembley.

    They are both ready to tear up our Euro qualifying group.

    No more tired bum it up performances.

    Actually still believe in Halilovic as well.

    Bring his left foot on that right wing all day.

    Depth and more depth in attack.

    After you chase our shadows in midfield.. then we carve you up in the final third.

    Dalić is going to have selection headaches come March.

    Who will be in form at the time?

    Like to see us take this u21 Euro and put the world on notice that we are here forever as an elite footballing nation.

    Bog i Hrvati



  2. Olmo says:

    Olmo is Spanish, enough said. What is the point of having national team tournaments if people choose which country to play for?





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