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PSV AND FC COPENHAGEN SHARE SPOILS IN EIGHT-GOAL THRILLER

PSV and FC Copenhagen shared the spoils in a crazy eight-goal thriller in the first leg of their UEFA Conference League last 16 tie in the Philips Stadion on Thursday night. Roger Schmidt’s team were 3-1 down at half-time but showed character in their second-half fight back to earn a 4-4 draw.PSV concede a goal early onPSV looked to take a major step towards reaching the quarters finals when they took FC Copenhagen at home.

PSV, however, were a goal down when William Bøving found 18-year-old Isak Johannesson who skipped past Joel Drommel before slotting home the opener: 0-1. Joey Veerman played a long ball to captain Cody Gakpo who went close to scoring an equaliser but saw his effort pushed away by FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara. PSV worked hard to fight themselves back into the game.

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PSV and FC Copenhagen shared the spoils in a crazy eight-goal thriller in the first leg of their UEFA Conference League last 16 tie in the Philips Stadion on Thursday night. Roger Schmidt’s team were 3-1 down at half-time but showed character in their second-half fight back to earn a 4-4 draw.PSV concede a goal early onPSV looked to take a major step towards reaching the quarters finals when they took FC Copenhagen at home.

PSV, however, were a goal down when William Bøving found 18-year-old Isak Johannesson who skipped past Joel Drommel before slotting home the opener: 0-1. Joey Veerman played a long ball to captain Cody Gakpo who went close to scoring an equaliser but saw his effort pushed away by FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara. PSV worked hard to fight themselves back into the game1-3 at half-timeGakpo did find the back of the net in the 21st minute when he rose high to meet an excellent cross from Noni Madueke, who celebrated his 20th birthday today.

PSV’s captain produced a glancing header past Grabar and into the net: 1-1. One minute later, though, the visitors had regained the lead. Rasmus Falk robbed Joey Veerman and midfielder Pep Blei popped up to steer a shot past Drommel: 1-2. Madueke had a glorious chance to level after a great link-up with Mario Götz but sent this effort the wrong side of the post. FC Copenhagen took a two-goal advantage in the 43rd minute when Lucas Lerager, left completely unmarked, headed home Pep Biel’s corner. HT: 1-3.PSV pull back a goalRoger Schmidt made two half-time substitutions, bringing on Ritsu Doan and Eran Zahavi for Joey Veerman and Noni Madueke.

Doan had been on the field for five minutes when he pulled a goal back for PSV. A corner was half-cleared and the Japanese winger drive a low volley into the net: 2-3. PSV were back in the game and showed resilience and character when they went in search of more goals. Gakpo, Erick Gutiérrez and Philipp Max had their shots saved, while Grabara somehow thwarted Eran Zahavi.

PSV piled up the pressure and referee Craig Pawson pointed to the spot in the 62nd minute for a foul from Peter Ankersen on Philipp Max. Cody Gakpo stepped up but the keeper went down the right way and saved the spot kick. PSV kept on battling for every inch and were rewarded for their fighting spirit in the 70th minute when Mario Gotze shot at Grabara from close range. The rebound fell to Cody Gakpo, who blasted home: 3-3.

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