As part of the quarter-final first leg of the Europa League Conference, Feyenoord received Slavia Prague this Thursday at 6:45 p.m. Two formations which could also find OM in the next round, in the event of qualification of the Olympians against PAOK Salonika. A meeting that kept all its promises. Quickly ahead of the score thanks to an achievement by Sinisterra (10th), the Batavian club finally saw Olayinka put the two teams back on par (41st).
Back to back at the break, Czechs and Dutch offered a second period of great beauty. Shortly after the hour mark, Sor gave Slavia the advantage but Senesi (74′) then Kokcu (86′) finally allowed Feyenoord to get back in front. And while the men of Arne Slot were heading for a precious success, Traoré emerged to allow the visitors to snatch an unexpected draw, and this after additional time (90 + 5th). Everything therefore remains to be done between these two formations which will meet in Prague in a week.