2020 FMF Confederations Cup campaign

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2020 FMF Confederations Cup campaign

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Senya, as reigning champions of the Copa Apollonia, will participate in the 2020 FMF Confederations Cup.

They will participate in the Holders group, alongside Birgeshir, Craitland and Mercury.

Lamantia will also compete in the tournament, as hosts of this summer's Copa Apollonia.

They will participate in the Hosts' group, alongside Batavia, Sanpantul and Zandarijn.

Tiana, meanwhile, will participate in the qualification rounds for the Copa Apollonia.

They have been drawn in Group E with Jääland, Jingdao, Krasnarus, Qyzylqaystan and Thracistan.
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Re: 2020 FMF Confederations Cup campaign

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Matchday 1 reports:

Senya: 1-1 v Birgeshir (a)
Senya have started off the campaign with a 1-1 draw away in Birgeshir. Jan Maytek headed home from a corner midway through the second half to level the scores after Birgeshir had taken the lead in the first half.

Lamantia: 4-1 v Sanpantul (h)
Lamantia thrashed new boys Sanpantul 4-1 at the Walks. Sven Ebersbacher cut inside to fire home from the edge of the box early on to give his side the lead, before midfielder Reuben Frederiksen lashed an effort in to the roof of the net in a goalmouth scramble from the edge of the box after Sanpantul failed to clear from a corner. The visitors did pull a goal back early in the second half, but substitute Jan Jankola finished off a flowing counter attacking move to make it 3-1. The scoring was complete with 15 minutes to go when Stephan Bayer made enough room for himself to get a shot away in the box, beating the keeper.

Tiana: 4-0 v Jääland (a)
Tiana began life to Group E brilliantly by dismantling Jääland 4-0 away from home. Vincenzo D'Aquila curled a free-kick home midway through the first half before the floodgates opened, with Marco Tardelli netting a brace in the space of four minutes, first heading home from a corner before chasing on to a loose ball and rounding the keeper. Ian Fratelli finished the scoring late in the second period with a low striker from the edge of the D.
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