EUROPA LEAGUE 2022. In the semi-finals of the European League Conference, OM lost 3-2 at Feyenoord, but she can still believe it.
[Mis à jour le 29 avril à 09h54] Depressed. Led by the adventurous Feyenoord team at a 2-0 pace, Olympique de Marseille managed to turn their backs and hit back at 2-2 before the break thanks to goals from Dieng and Gerson. But once the second half started, a ball from Caleta-Car gave the goal to Dessers, who scored twice. Despite this defeat, OM remains alive ahead of the second leg scheduled for May 5th. “We were pressured for the first time by the Egypt team always from this point of view. We were not surprised, but we were still harassed by Feyenoord, and without really being able to go to the opposing camp. In the first period, the match was dictated by the opponent, that was what he wanted. In the second, my two teams regained control, without being able to equalize in this match, which ended and accordingly decided an unjustified foul, immediately after the break, “analyzed Jorge Sampaoli.
In the other semi-final, Leicester received a 1-1 draw with Roma, which is enough to frustrate Jose Mourinho. “When we started to lose the ball and let its intensity drop, our line of defense came back and the match became more difficult for us in the second half. But, nevertheless, I am sure that before the match, any Roma fan would do. I was happy with this result because it means that Everything will be decided at the Olympic Stadium. However, I am not smiling because I know that even with 70,000 fans in the stadium, it will be a difficult match.”
In the European League, Frankfurt continues its good performance with a 2-1 win over West Ham grass after Barcelona were eliminated in the previous round while Leipzig faced a lot of trouble, but won 1-0 in the last minutes of the match.
- RB Leipzig (Germany) vs Rangers 1-0
- Rangers vs RB Leipzig, May 5, 9pm.
- West Ham (England) – Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 1-2
- Eintracht Frankfurt vs West Ham, May 5, 9pm.
- Leicester (England) vs AS Roma (Italy) 1-1
- Rome – Leicester, May 5 at 9pm
- Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands) – Olympique Marseille (France) 3-2
- Olympique Marseille – Feyenoord Rotterdam, May 5 at 9 pm.
The group stage was held from Thursday 16 September 2021 to Thursday 9 December 2021 while the knockout stage will take place from Thursday 17 February 2022 to Thursday 5 May 2022. Wednesday 18 May 2022 at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Seville. Then the calendar was drawn up as follows by UEFA:
- Quarter-finals From the European League will be held on the 7th and 14th of April
- Semi-finals It will be April 28 and May 5 while big The final is scheduled for Wednesday, May 18, 2022
The 2021-2022 UEFA Europa League is the new European competition launched by UEFA and is therefore the third international competition for European clubs after the UEFA Champions League and Europa League. Its first edition was launched for the 2021-2022 season. It ranks European teams according to their results in the league or in the national cup. The winner of the Europa League Conference qualifies for the following year’s Europa League.
184 teams compete over the course of the entire season, with at least one team from each of the 55 member associations and 46 teams from the UEFA Champions League or Europa League according to the UEFA website. The group stage consists of:
- 17 teams from the main track of the UEFA Europa Conference League
- 5 teams from the UEFA Conference League track*
- 10 teams have been eliminated in the Europa League qualifiers
Therefore the group stage (eight groups of four) is organized before the knockout stage (round of sixteen, quarter-finals, semi-finals and final). The eight group winners advance to the round of 16. A play-off is played between the eight runners-up and the teams that finished third in their group in the European League.
What is the European League conference schedule?
- Quarter-finals: 7th and 14th April
- Semi-finals: April 28 and May 5
- Final: May 25
The battle for TV rights continued to rage in the new 2021/2022 season. UEFA grants TV rights to the UEFA Europa League RMC Sport, M6 And Channel + Which will guarantee broadcasts from the 2021-2022 season. Channel + It will air with the poster M6 every Thursday and RMC Sport will show all remaining matches. m 6 The scheduled final will air on May 18, 2022.