St Patrick's head for exit

St Patrick's crashed out of the Europa League at the third qualifying stage after a 2-0 defeat and 5-0 loss on aggregate against Hannover.

Last Updated: 09/08/12 at 22:52 Post Comment

Mario Eggimann: Scored for Hannover

Mario Eggimann: Scored for Hannover

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The Dubliners entered the contest at the Hannover Arena already 3-0 down from the first leg at Richmond Park and goals in either half, from defender Karim Haggui and then midfielder Mario Eggimann finished the tie.

The visitors could manage just two shots on target in the encounter and found themselves behind after 32 minutes as Haggui converted from a Szabolcs Huszti free kick.

The Germans doubled their lead on the night just two minutes into the second half through Eggimann to end St Patrick's participation in Europe this season.

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