Here’s how the chances of putting players give the Dynamo a name in Europe. Dynamo has not been for more than 40 years in Europe, and during this time a lot has happened.
Last time they were in Europe in 1970, and since then they have tried and failed, but now they have a great chance to do it and print their story. Dynamo really wants to remove this “European curse”, and how and when they will find out how the world has changed in these 40 years.
And even John Lennon was alive, and the drug Tito ruled Yugoslavia, then Stozhadin began to produce, and Maradon and Jordan were still children.
Dynamo wants to change this damn story when European competitions are taking place, and I feel that now is the time in the European League, where Group F hosts Fenerbahce, Anderlecht and Spartak Trnava.
Since the beginning of this competition, Dynamo has performed in 19 of 45 releases, but, unfortunately, they have not achieved much success. The biggest achievement was the performance in the group stage, where they participated a total of seven times (2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2014).
To calculate how many chances Dynamo will remain in the top 2 in their group, let’s do it like this: 1 / 2.20 x 100 = 45.4%.
The first match of Dynamo Zagreb in Maksimir plays against Fenerbahce, who is the biggest favorite in Group D. Then they are in Belgium, more precisely, Anderlecht on October 4th. Then they play two matches against Trnava in late October and early November (25.10 — 8.11).
September 20 at 21:00: Dynamo — Fenerbahce
October 4 at 6:55 pm: Anderlecht — Dynamo
October 25 at 6:55 pm: Spartak — Dynamo
November 8 at 21:00: Dynamo — Spartak
November 29 at 6:55 pm: Fenerbahce — Dynamo
December 13 at 21:00: Dynamo — Anderlecht
After that, in the next round, they play against Fenerbahce at home and most recently play Maksimir against Belgian Anderlecht, and this may even be a decisive game, because we are confident that this duet will fight for this second position.