The draw for the 2019/20 Uefa Champions League play-offs took place in Nyon, Switzerland, today, and Percy Tau's new team Club Brugge found out who they will face in their mission to qualify for the competition's group stage.
Click through the mini-gallery above to see some images from Tau's brilliant debut for Brugge.
Tau, who scored on his Brugge debut on the weekend, joined the Belgian club on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion last week.
The Bafana Bafana star was immediately selected for the starting XI just days after joining his new side, and was on the scoresheet in his new club's 6-0 rout of Sint-Truiden.
On Tuesday, though, Tau and Brugge will face a trickier task as they go up against Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kyiv in the third qualifying round for this season's UCL group stage.
Brugge will host the Ukraine runners-up on 6 August, before travelling for a tricky away fixture on 13 August. Should they get past Kyiv, they will face the winner of FC Basel and LASK in the play-offs, the fixtures of which were drawn on Monday.
Here is the complete UCL play-off draw:
(The four winners of the third qualifying round League Path were in this draw.)
FC Basel 1893 (SUI) or LASK (AUT) vs Club Brugge (BEL) or FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)
Istanbul Basaksehir (TUR) or Olympiacos (GRE) vs FC Krasnodar (RUS) or FC Porto (POR)
(The six winners of the third qualifying round plus Young Boys and Slavia Prague, who were the champions of the 12th and 13th ranked leagues in Uefa's latest ranking, were in this draw.)
GNK Dinamo (CRO) or Ferencvárosi TC (HUN) vs NK Maribor (SVN) or Rosenborg (NOR)
CFR 1907 Cluj (ROU) or Celtic FC (SCO) vs Slavia Praha (CZE)
Young Boys (SUI) vs FK Crvena zvezda (SRB) or FC Kobenhavn (DEN)
APOEL FC (CYP) or Qarabag FK (AZE) vs PAOK FC (GRE) or AFC Ajax (NED)
The first legs of the play-off will take place on 20/21 August, with the return fixtures to be played on 27/28 August.
The Uefa Champions League group stage draw will be held on 29 August in Monaco.
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