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HIK Helsinki broke the record in Champions League20-07-2011
HIK Helsinki Finland set a new record in the Champions League with victory at home yesterday 10:0 against Bangor City in the Welsh game rematch of the second qualifying round, the UEFA website informs.
This is the most expressive victory since the tournament of champions exist in its present format. This success is the greatest difference in European competition for the past 11 years.
The last similar result was achieved Spain's Rayo Vallecano, who crushed a 10:0 Andorran Konstelacho on August 10, 2000.
The biggest victory in the tournament of champions is against Dinamo Bucharest Kruzeydars to 11:0 in 1973 and in 1969 beat Feyenoord to 12:2 as a guest Reykjavik Iceland.
The biggest score in the history of European competition is even made by Sporting Lisbon in 1963, when Portuguese APOEL lubricated with 16:1 in the match of the UEFA Cup.
Bulgarian Levski also boasts a killer victory - over 12:2 Reypas Finnish Lahti in 1976 SSC. Blue does it rank first with a total score crushing 19:3, in both matches with legendary striker Reypas Levski Kiril Milanov marks a total of 10 goals - 6 to 12:2 in Sofia 7:1 and 4 in Finland.
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