Panathinaikos and Aris Limassol into next qualifying round for UEFA Champions League

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A Greek and Cypriot team – Panathinaikos FC and Aris Limassol FC respectively – have progressed this morning to the next qualifying round for the UEFA Champions League.

Panathinaikos FC secure victory:

Panathinaikos FC advanced to the third qualifying round of the football competition after a draw in Athens (2-2) with Dnipro.

The Greeks went through with a 5-3 aggregate after their first win one week ago 3-1 against the Ukrainians.

Panathinaikos will face French Marseille in the next round.

Aris Limassol FC book spot in next round:

Aris Limassol FC continued from where it left off and got another victory against BATE. This time with 5-3 on neutral Hungarian soil and a total score of 11-5 (6-2 the first match).

The greens once again presented very good football and are now waiting to find out their opponent in the third qualifying round of the Champions League.

At the same time, they locked a place in a group of one of the three UEFA competitions for the first time in their history. That is, either the Champions League in the best case, the Conference League in the worst case, or potentially the Europa League.

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