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Hearts 2, FC Infonet 1: Jambos take lead to Estoniawww.edinburghnews.scotsman.com
HEARTS came from behind to record a narrow win over FC Infonet and set up a tentative trip to eastern Europe next week. If the first leg of this Europa League first qualifying round was tense, the second will be no different in Tallinn next Wednesday.
Infonet take inspiration from Iceland as they prepare to face Heartswww.edinburghnews.scotsman.com
FC INFONET arrived in Edinburgh last night claiming they are here to knock Hearts out of the Europa League. The Estonians trained at Tynecastle after borrowing some Hearts kit because theirs was lost in transit from Tallinn. Travel disruption and visa problems also affected their journey, but coach Aleksandr Pushtov and striker Vladimir Voskoboinikov said their team are here to win the tie.
Tallinna FC Infonet (EST) – Heart of Midlothian Football Club (SCO). UEFA Europa League – 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Leg / Jalgpall – 06.07.2016 – A. Le Coq Arena – Piletilevi.eewww.piletilevi.ee
Tallinna FC Infonet (EST) – Heart of Midlothian Football Club (SCO). UEFA Europa League – 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Leg / Jalgpall (06.07.2016 18:45): A. Le Coq
Hearts tie set to be moved to Estonia’s national stadiumwww.edinburghnews.scotsman.com
Hearts’ Europa League clash with FC Infonet next week is set to be staged at Estonia’s national stadium. The home ground of the Estonian title-chasers, Lasnamae KJH Stadium, has a capacity of less than 1000, so the steadily-improving Tallinn club intend to move their first-ever European tie to the nearby 10,000-capacity Le Coq Arena.