F91 Dudelange managed to get through to the third round of the Europa League's qualifying rounds after the team drew in their second match against the Macedonian FC Shkëndija.

In the away match in Macedonia, Dudelange scored two goals and won against FC Shkëndija, giving the team an advantage ahead of the second match.

On Tuesday evening, Henri Bossi's players regrouped at the Josy Barthel stadium for a steady performance, containing their opponents many assault attempts. The Macedonian team needed to gain at least a two-goal advantage to get through to the next round. This, however, turned out to be mission impossible after Dudelange scored the first goal in the 78th minute thanks to a header from Delgado.

FC Shkëndija managed to equalise in the extra time, but F91 Dudelange remained confident as they continued to control much of the game play. However, the match was tense for the visiting team, who were handed two red cards during the course of the game - one for a gross fault, the other for a heated disagreement with the referee.

And so, F91 Dudelange moves forward to the third round of the qualifiers, where they will play their away and home games on 8 and 15 August.