Our football match prediction:
Club Brugge and Istanbul Basaksehir played out a thrilling 3-3 draw at Jan Breydelstadion in the first leg of the Champions League third qualifying round. The Turkish outfit scored vital away goals in the first leg and they are now on a quest to defend their “slim lead” in the tie against the Belgian outfit. A low-scoring draw with Club Brugge in the second leg would see Istanbul Basaksehir make it to the Champions League play-offs, but yet another entertaining game appears on the horizon. The Belgians have nothing to lose in Wednesday’s football match and we predict that they will go all-out attack against the Turkish club. The hosts are likely to have a number of chances to attack their rivals on the break and that is the main reason we are tempted to put our money on Abdullah Avci’s men, who proved their worth in the first leg.
Highlighted Player (Emmanuel Adebayor):
Emmanuel Adebayor is a famous African footballer who played for several European giants in the past. Adebayor scored 46 goals in 104 league appearances for Arsenal from 2006 to 2009 and he was part of Manchester City between 2009 and 2012. In 2011 he joined Real Madrid on loan and he played for Tottenham Hotspur on loan as well in the 2011/2012 Premier League season. The Togolese attacker who is well known for his speed, signed a permanent deal with Tottenham Hotspur on 21 August, 2012 and you should have in mind that the deal was worth £5 million. Emmanuel Adebayor moved to Crystal Palace on January, 2016 and his contract with the capital club expired on 30 June. The 191-cm-tall forward was named African player of the Year in 2008, but in 2010 he retired from the national team duty as Togo team’s bus was attacked by gunmen on the way to the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola. Adebayor scored 31 goals in 66 appearances for the Togolese national team.
Highlighted Team (Club Brugge):
Founded in 1891, Belgium giants Club Brugge are one of the most decorated football clubs in the country. Also known as Blauw-Zwart due to their Blue and Black colours, Club Brugge have been crown champions of Belgium on 14 occasions which is second to Anderlecht. Through their long-lasting history Club Brugge have enjoyed fair amount of European success.to this day in football history Club Brugge holds the European record number of consecutive participation in the UEFA Europa League – 20. The Blauw-Zwart have reached two European finals and two semi-finals so far. What is more, Club Brugge are the only Belgian side ever to play in the final of the European Cup so far, losing to Liverpool in the 1978 season. Two years prior, Club Brugge lost the 1976 UEFA Cup Final to the same rivals. Club Brugge play their home games at the Jan Breydel Stadium, which is also home to city rivals Cercle Brugge. The two sides form a formidable rivalry contested in the Bruges Derby.