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An uneventful qualification for Servette FC

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An uneventful qualification for Servette FC

Servette FC did not fall into the trap. Three days after their superb victory in Bern against Young Boys, the Grenats won 2-0 at Delémont to reach the last four.

In front of 5,482 spectators, Servette FC delivered a mixed performance before the break before finding the opening through Miroslav Stevanovic in the 52nd minute. Introduced at the break, the Bosnian was able to exploit a cross from Bendeguz Bolla to beat the excellent Steven Oberle. Helpless on this strike from No. 9 Servetti, the Jurassiens goalkeeper managed three remarkable saves on two strikes from Jérémy Guillemenot and one from Bolla. However, he was surprised at his near post during the 2-0 in the 74th minute scored by new recruit Takuma Nishimura,

‘Executioner’ of St. Gall and Lucerne in the previous rounds, Delémont did not make the pass of three. There was a gap of two leagues between the two teams. Even if the score remained within the reasonable range and even if René Weiler had made a large turnover, the Jurassiens were therefore not able to wrap up the match to make their public believe that the feat could be possible-

Servette FC will play a third semi-final since 2021 at the end of April. The first two at home against St. Gall and Lugano left many regrets for a team which has not played in a Swiss Cup final since 2001. But this Servette 2023/2024, which is undoubtedly going through its best season in two decades, seems able to fully seize its chance this time.


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