The English club Leicester City qualified for the semi-finals of the European Football Conference Championship, after beating its Dutch host Eindhoven 2-1, in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the competition.
The first leg match between the two teams ended in a goalless draw, with Leicester qualified with a 2-1 advantage on aggregate.
PSV Eindhoven advanced through Iran Zahavi in the 27th minute, before James Madison equalized for Leicester City in the 78th minute.
In the 88th minute, Ricardo Pereira scored the second goal for Leicester City, a goal that gave his team the victory and the pass to the golden square.
Leicester has become the first to qualify for the semi-finals, waiting for three more matches to be held later on Thursday, between Italy’s Roma and Norway’s Bodo Glimt, Greece’s PAOK, France’s Marseille, Czech Slavia Prague and Dutch Feyenoord.