Matches against Jeunesse Hautcharage
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Jeunesse Hautcharage was a Luxembourgish football club, based in the small town of Hautcharage, in the commune of Bascharage in south-western Luxembourg. The club amalgamated with Union Sportive Bascharage in 1997, to form UN Käerjéng 97.
Having won the Luxembourg Cup in 1971, Jeunesse Hautcharage qualified for the European Cup Winners' Cup the following season, and were handed a daunting tie against holders Chelsea in the first round. The Luxembourgish side were overwhelmed by the Londoners, losing the first leg at home 8-0, before being thrashed 13-0 in the second leg at Stamford Bridge, with Peter Osgood scoring five times. The latter is Chelsea's record win in all competitions, and the 21-0 aggregate score remains a record in European competition, though it was equalled by Feyenoord in the following season's UEFA Cup, the Rotterdam club beating another Luxembourgish side – US Rumelange – by the same aggregate score.
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