Viktoria Plzen put
themselves in pole position for a Europa League berth with a
deserved 1-0 win at Champions League Group H rivals BATE Borisov
Both sides were already out of the running for the top two
spots and qualification for the Champions League last 16 having
come up against the might of holders Barcelona and seven-times
winners AC Milan but the carrot of third place remained.
Marek Bakos struck from six yards on 42 minutes after a
well-worked move in the fog to lift the Czechs above the
Belarussians into the Europa League spot.
Viktoria have four points and BATE two with one set of games
left, at home to Milan and away at Barca respectively.
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