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EL/ Lucescu - "ZENIT have a lot of things to lose against DUNDALK, but we want to win"

02.11.2016 18.35 by Francesca Ceciarini  read 3266

Zenit St. Petersburg boss Mircea Lucescu claimed the Europa League game against Dundalk won't be an easy one, but his team got just one opton, to win:

"I expect tomorrow to be a very difficult match," the Romanian coach said.

"They have nothing to lose - only to win. Zenit have a lot of things to lose in this."

"It will not be easy. The players are really skilful. It is a good team, a serious team."

"We have great expectations and have a good standing. The aim for tomorrow is to win - just to win," he concluded.

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