HJK Helsinki 10-0 Bangor City (13-0 agg)


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Helsinki's Alexander Ring celebrates his opening goal against Bangor Helsinki's Alexander Ring celebrates his opening goal against Bangor

HJK Helsinki cruised into the Champions League third qualifying round with a devastating display against Bangor.

The Finnish champions led 3-0 from the first leg in Wales and it took 37 minutes for Alex Ring to break Bangor's resistance at the Finnair Stadium.

Berat Sadik added a second goal before the floodgates opened after half-time.

Helsinki's Erfan Zeneli, Teemu Pukki and substitute Kastriot Kastrati all scored a brace of goals to book a clash with Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb.

Almeida Rafinha and Jarno Parikka claimed the other goals for the Finns.


HJK Helsinki: Ville Wallén (capt), Valtteri Moren, Alexander Ring, Rafinha, Berat Sadik, Mathias Lindström, Dawda Bah, Aki Riihilahti, Teemu Pukki, Mikko Sumusalo, Erfan Zeneli.

Subs: Saku-Pekka Sahlgren, Tuomas Kansikas, Cheyne Fowler, Sebastian Mannström, Akseli Pelvas, Jarno Parikka, Kastriot Kastrati.

Bangor City: Lee Idzi, Peter Hoy, Chris Roberts, David Morley, James Brewerton (capt), Michael Johnston, Chris Jones, Leslie Davies, Nicholas Ward, Alan Bull, Kyle Wilson.

Subs: Paul Smith, Craig Garside, Sion Edwards, Eddie Jebb, Michael Walsh, Mark Smyth, Clive Williams.

Att: 5,944

Referee: Davit Kharitonashvili (Geo).

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