Linfield progress comfortably

Linfield ensured comfortable progress into the second qualifying round for the Europa League with a 3-0 victory over IF Fuglafjordur.

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David Jeffery: His Linfield side are into the next round

David Jeffery: His Linfield side are into the next round

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Already leading 2-0 from the first leg a week ago, David Jeffrey's men completed a comprehensive 5-0 aggregate win to tee-up a second-round meeting with Greek side Xanthi.

Michael Gault opened the scoring five minutes before the break, with Jamie Mulgrew adding a second shortly after it.

The game was already up by that point, but the prolific Peter Thompson added a third for good measure on the hour.

Linfield will head to Greece next week, with the second leg slated for the week after.

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