Dnipro beat Club Brugge 1-0 on Thursday thanks to a late goal from Yevhen Shakhov. This has brought them just two games away from a potentially controversial final with Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg.
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UEFA have confirmed that they will keep the two sides apart in the semi finals, but were they both to get in to the final there would be no option but for them to play each other in Warsaw. With the tense political situation between the two countries this has the potential for huge controversy.
The match tonight was close throughout, with neither side wanting to slip up after drawing the first game 0-0. Even so Dnipro had the best chances of the first half, with Yevhen Konoplyanka coming closest with this rather tame free kick.
In the second period the match continued in this vein, and the Belgian team actually failed to have a single shot on target in the whole 90 minutes. Eventually this cost Club Brugge, and they conceded a deflected effort from Shakhov. To add to the misery, the counter originated from a free kick that the Blauw-Zwart had attempted to take short.
After going ahead the Ukrainian club managed the game well, and their opponents never looked close to getting the equaliser that would have taken them through on away goals.