Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Keisuke Honda scored the impressive goal in this Champions League win over Sevilla

- Perotti 41

- Necid 38,
- Honda 55

**CSKA Moscow are trough to the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League following a 1-2 win at Sevilla on Tuesday. The first leg ended 1-1.

Sevilla had the first good chance of the match on 17 minutes as a volley from Luis Fabiano forced keeper Igor Akinfeev to make a great save.

Brilliant goal from Necid against the run of play, Honda spins his marker after a low throw-in on the right is directed into his body. Tomas Necid scored with a precise low shot late in the first half half but Sevilla immediately responded through Diego Perotti's close-range effort, 1-0 position CSKA Moscow lead.

In minute 41, event a rare long ball was not cleared by the defence, allowing Navas on the right of the area to stab it across for the onrushing Perotti to take a touch and poke home, change position 1-1.

But the tie turned decisively when Palop was deceived by Honda's left-foot free-kick over the wall from 30 yards out which Palop is right behind, and a crucial second away goal.

Keisuke Honda scored the all important goal in this Champions League tie as to secure an impressive win over La Liga side Sevilla.

Team Line-ups:

Sevilla: Andres Palop; Marius Stankevicius, Federico Fazio, Ivica Dragutinovic, Fernando Navarro (Adriano 74); Jesus Navas, Didier Zokora, Renato (Alvaro Negredo 71), Diego Perotti, Diego Capel (Frederic Kanoute 46); Luis Fabiano.

CSKA Moscow: Igor Akinfeev; Vasily Berezutsky, Sergei Ignashevich, Alexei Berezutsky, Georgi Shchennikov; Deividas Semberas, Yevgeny Aldonin, Keisuke Honda (Elvir Rahimic 82), Mark Gonzalez (Pavel Mamaev 88), Milos Krasic (Chidi Odiah 72); Tomas Necid


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