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Europa League Round-Up!


Europa League Round-Up!

Europa League Round-Up!

All the results and talking points from Thursday night’s Europa League games in one place!

Group A

Lyon 3 – Brøndby IF 0

A brace for Karl Toko Ekambi and a single strike for Houssem Aouar were enough for the French club to overcome the Danes in Lyon. Les Gones now top Group A with 6 points out of 6. Brøndby are in 3rd with 1 point.

Sparta Prague 1 – Rangers 0

A strike from David Hancko sank Glasgow Rangers in Prague. Glen Kamara was sent off for Rangers in the 74th minute, as Sparta took all 3 points. The result means Rangers now prop up Group A with 0 points, whilst Sparta are in 2nd on 4 points.

Group B

Real Sociedad 1 – Monaco 1

The points were shared in Spain, as Axel Disasi’s goal was cancelled out by Mikel Merino. Monaco are now 2nd in Group B with 4 points and Sociedad are 3rd with 2.

SK Sturm Graz 1 – PSV Eindhoven 4

The Dutch team took the Austrians apart in Graz. SK got a consolation goal from Jon Gorenc Stankovic, but goals from Ibrahim Sangare, Eran Zahavi, Philipp Max, and Yorbe Vertessen won the tie for PSV. The southern Netherlands outfit now top the group on 4 points. Graz are bottom with 0.

Group C

Legia Warsaw 1 – Leicester City 0

Mahir Emreli scored the only goal in the game, as the team from Poland’s capital handed out a defeat to Leicester City. Legia now top the group with 6 points and Leicester sit bottom with just 1.

Napoli 2 – Spartak Moscow 3

The Russian team secured their 1st Group C points in this clash in Italy. 2 goals from Quincey Promes and 1 from Mikhail Ignatov won the game, despite successful strikes from Napoli players Elif Elmas and Victor Osimhen. Spartak are now 2nd in the group on 3 points, Napoli are 3rd with 1.

Group D

Fenerbahçe 0 – Olympiacos 3

A double strike for Giorgos Masouras and a goal from Francisco Soares enabled the Greeks to easily overcome Fenerbahçe in Turkey. Olympiacos now top the group with 6 points and the Turkish outfit are 3rd with a single point.

Royal Antwerp 0 – Eintracht Frankfurt 1

A 91st-minute penalty from Eintracht’s Goncalo Paciencia meant that the German team pulled off a heist in the world’s diamond capital. Royal Antwerp are now bottom of Group D, and Eintracht Frankfurt are in 2nd on 4 points.

Group E

Lazio 2 – Lokomotiv Moscow 0

First-half goals from Toma Basic and Patric were enough for Lazio to win this battle of European capital cities. Lazio are now 2nd in the group on 4 points and Lokomotiv are bottom with 1.

Marseille 0 – Galatasaray 0

Fan violence interrupted this game, as the 2 sides played out an otherwise dull 0-0 in the south of France. Galatasaray stay top of the group on 4 points, Marseille are 3rd with 2.

Group F

Ludogorets Razgrad 0 – Red Star Belgrade 1

Cicinho was sent off for Ludogorets as Red Star took all 3 points from this all-Balkan encounter. Guelor Kanga was on target for the team from Serbia. Red Star top the group on 6 points and Ludogorets are 3rd with just 1

Sporting Braga 3 – FC Midtjylland 1

A 1st half penalty for FC Midtjylland’s Evander was not enough, as Braga came storming back in the 2nd half, with 2 goals from Galeno and 1 from Ricardo Horta. Braga are now 2nd in the group on 3 points, with FC Midtjylland currently bottom with 1.

Group G

Celtic 0 – Bayer Leverkusen 4

Leverkusen destroyed Celtic in Glasgow thanks to a penalty from Lucas Alario and goals from Piero Hincapie, Florian Wirtz, and Amine Adli. The German team now top the group with 6 points, and Celtic prop it up with 0.

Ferencvárosi 1 – Real Betis 3

Betis ran out away winners in this game in Hungary. Goals from Nabil Fekir and Cristian Tello, as well as an own goal from Henry Wingo, were more than enough for the Spanish team. Ferencvárosi’s Myrto Uzuni equalised, just before half-time, but Betis just got stronger in the 2nd half. Ferencváros are 3rd, but with 0 points. Real Betis are 2nd on 6.

Group H

KRC Genk 0 – Dinamo Zagreb 3

1 goal from Luca Ivanusec and 2 penalties from Bruno Petkovic sank the Belgians in Genk. Dinamo and Genk both now have 3 points and are 2nd and 3rd respectively in Group H.

West Ham United 2 – Rapid Vienna 0

Goals from Declan Rice and Said Benrahma gave West Ham all 3 points in London. West Ham now top Group H with 6 points, while Rapid Vienna have 0 and are rock bottom.

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