Poles book Celtic tie

LEGIA Warsaw booked a Champions League third qualifying round tie with Celtic last night after a late goal blitz against St Patrick's Athletic in Dublin.

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The Poles won 5-0 for a 6-1 aggregate victory.

They went ahead in 25 minutes thanks to a Jakub Rzezniczac strike after 25 minutes. The Irishmen pushed for an equaliser after the break but late goals from Michal Zyro, Miroslav Radovic and Marek Saganowski put the result beyond doubt.

An own goal in stoppage time from Conan Byrne completed a night of misery for St Patrick's.


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