All the goals and action from last night’s Europa League fixtures in one place!
Brøndby IF – 0 Sparta Prague – 0
Czech team Sparta Prague travelled to Copenhagen in Denmark to play Brøndby in this Group A fixture. No goals were scored on the night and both teams picked up a point. The teams are now tied for 2nd place in the group.
Rangers – 0 Lyon – 2
One goal from Karl Toko Ekambi on 23 minutes and an own goal from Rangers’ James Tavernier on 55 minutes were enough for the French team to hand out a Europa League defeat to Rangers. Lyon now top Group A whilst Rangers occupy bottom place.
Monaco – 1 SK Sturm Graz – 0
Monaco took all 3 points from this fixture, courtesy of a Krépin Diatta strike on 66 minutes. Monaco now top Group B with Sturm Graz at the foot of the table.
PSV Eindhoven – 2 Real Sociedad – 2
Goal’s from Sociedad’s Adnan Januzaj and Alexander Isak were cancelled out by strikes from PSV’s Mario Götze and Cody Gakpo in a fascinating encounter in Holland. Both clubs are now tied in 2nd place in the group.
Leicester City – 2 Napoli – 2
Napoli’s Victor Osimhen’s double strike in the second half after earned Napoli a draw, after goals from Ayoze Perez and Harvey Barnes had given Leicester a 2-0 lead. The 2 teams are joint-2nd in Group C
Eintracht Frankfurt – 1 Fenerbahçe – 1
The game ended all square in Frankfurt after Mesut Özil opened the scoring for Fenerbahçe on 10 minutes and then Sam Lammers equalised with the clock reading 41. The 2 teams are now joint-second in the group.
Olympiacos – 2 Royal Antwerp – 1
Goals from Olympiacos’ Youseff El-Arabi and Oleg Reabciuk were enough for the Greeks at home. Mbwanna Samatta got one back for the Belgian outfit, but it wasn’t enough. Olympiacos now sit 1st in Group D, with Antwerp bottom.
Galatasaray – 1 Lazio – 0
A catastrophic own-goal from Lazio’s Thomas Strakosha on 66 minutes gifted the victory to the Turks. Galatasaray are top of Group E, with Lazio currently in last place.
Lokomotiv Moscow – 1 Marseille – 1
Lokomotiv Moscow’s Tino Anjorin grabbed an 89th-minute equaliser after Cengiz Ünder’s penalty for Marseille had given them a lead on 59 minutes. The 2 teams are now tied for 2nd position in the group.
Red Star Belgrade – 2 Sporting Braga – 1
An Aleksander Katai penalty on 85 minutes separated the 2 teams in Serbia after Red Star opened the scoring through Milan Rodić on 74 minutes and Braga’s Galeno equalised just minutes later. Red Star sit atop Group F, with Braga propping up the rest of the table.
Midtjylland – 1 Ludogorets – 1
Keril Despodov equalised for Ludogorets after Gustav Isaksen had opened the scoring for Midtjylland after just 3 minutes. The 2 teams are tied for 2nd in the group.
Bayer Leverkusen – 2 – Ferencvárosi – 1
Goals from Exequiel Palacios and Florian Wirtz were just about enough for the German team to overcome the Hungarians, despite a Ryan Mmaee goal for the away side on 8 minutes. Leverkusen are now 2nd in the group with Ferencvárosi at the foot of the table.
Real Betis – 4 Celtic – 3
A brace from Juanmi and one each from Borja Iglesias and Juan Miranda were enough for Betis to edge past a makeshift Celtic team who managed 3 of their own from Albian Ajeti, Josip Juranovic and Anthony Ralston. Betis now top the group on goals scored and Celtic sit 3rd with 0 points.
Dinamo Zagreb – 0 West Ham – 2
Michail Antonio on 21 minutes and Declan Rice on 50, both scored for the Hammers as they easily beat the Croatian champions away. West ham now top the group with Dinamo Zagreb bottom.
Rapid Vienna – 0 KRC Genk – 1
Genk pulled off a heist in Vienna to steal the points, thanks to a 92nd-minute strike by Paul Onuachu. Genk are now 2nd, with Rapid Vienna 3rd in Group H.