Ajax manager Erik ten Hag will play away against Benfica in his first game against Portugal in home games two weeks ago.
The Amsterdam team lost 0-2 to Johann Kripef Arena in 10 minutes. However, Rafa Silva and Eduardo Salvio did not succeed in catching a good chance.
"It has to do with courage and courage, we have to be able to play our own games on the first whistle, and we know that, so we have to show tomorrow," Ten Hag said at a press conference Tuesday in October.
Ajax defeated Benfica 1-0 in a dramatic situation and advanced to the Champions League with a victory in Lisbon.
"We have to go for it, it's very important for the city, and there's a lot of risk." Ten Hag once again stressed the importance of the meeting. "It will not be easy, but if we do it right, we also get the space we want to use."
& # 39; Benfica is spiral & # 39;
Considering that Portugal 's champion Benfica has lost two league games in recent years, Ajax might like it the most, but Ten Hag can not do much.
"Benfica is spiraling, but everyone could see a very good team in Amsterdam, but we had to keep the guard, but there is definitely a chance, if we can get our position, it can cause problems."
Benfica-Ajax is expected to sell best on Wednesday at the Estadio da Luz on Wednesday and is led by Italian judge Gianluca Rocchi.
Ten Hag made the right choice. Kasper Dobel was still questionable after Saturday's collapse with Willem II (2-0 victory), but is now out of stomach trouble.
After the third round, Group A earned 7 points in Group E, followed by Bayern Munich (7 points, goal difference), Benfica (3 points) and AEK Athens (0 points).
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