2nd semi-final had an awful lot to live up to
and it was certainly going to be an intriguing
battle as 2009 Prague Masters winners Lozenetz
City met 2009 Amsterdam Fives winners Bull Heads.
When two tournament winners come head to head
there is always added spice in the battle for
supremacy and this match was an evenly contested
affair. The initial breakthrough came from Bulgarian
Nenkov to put Lozenetz City in the driving seat.
Bull Heads would now have to do what no-one
else had managed in 5½ games which was
to beat Evgeni Genadiev in the Lozenetz goal.
It was a feat that was to prove beyond them
as, when the game's 2nd goal came it was from
Atanas Minev to seal a 2-0 victory. Speaking
to Bull Head's captain Jose Fernandes after
the game he described the match as very even
although conceding a couple of soft goals cost
them dear. Those are the fine lines at this
stage of the competition. We look forward to
seeing Bull Heads back on the European trail
in 2011. Lozenetz City had qualified for their
2nd eurofootballfives.com final.