TNS, Cliftonville go out

TNS were dumped out of the Champions League following a 3-0 aggregate defeat by Slovan Bratislava.

Last Updated: 22/07/14 at 22:02 Post Comment

Marko Milinkovic scored twice for Slovan Bratislava

Marko Milinkovic scored twice for Slovan Bratislava

TNS were dumped out of the Champions League following a 3-0 aggregate defeat by Slovan Bratislava in the second qualifying round.

The Welsh Premier League champions entered the second leg at Belle Vue on Tuesday night with a 1-0 deficit, but instead of overhauling the Slovakian club they slumped to a 2-0 loss.

Marko Milinkovic scored both goals, the first of which did not arrive until the 75th minute.

Reigning Irish League champions Cliftonville also bowed out of qualifying after Debrecen completed a 2-0 aggregate victory.

Rene Mihelic and Ibrahim Sidibe were on target as the Hungarian club plundered two goals at the Debrecen Stadium on Tuesday night.


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