All the goals and action from last night’s fascinating Europa League clashes!
Rangers 2 – 0 Brøndby IF
Leon Balogun’s header and a Kemar Roofe tap-in gave Rangers all three points in Glasgow. Steven Gerrard’s side are now third in Group A, on three points. Brøndby are bottom with just one.
Sparta Prague 3 – 4 Lyon
The Prague team netted the first two goals on the night through Lukáš Haraslín. However, Lyon came storming back in the second half with a brace from Karl Toko Ekambi and single strikes from Houssem Aouar and Lucas Paquetá. Ladislav Krejčí grabbed a consolation at the end of the game for Sparta, but it wasn’t enough. The result leaves Lyon at the top of the group with nine points. Sparta are second with four.
PSV Eindhoven 1 – 2 Monaco
Goals from Myron Boadu and Sofiane Diop were enough for Monaco to win the tie, despite the Dutch club getting one back from Cody Gakpo. Monaco now lead the group with seven points. PSV are third with four.
SK Sturm Graz 0 – 1 Real Sociedad
A single second-half strike from Alexander Isak won the game for the Spaniards in Austria. Sturm Graz now prop up the rest of the table on zero points. Real Sociedad are second with five.
Napoli 3 – 0 Legia Warsaw
Napoli cruised past Legia Warsaw in Naples, thanks to goals from Lorenzo Insigne, Victor Osimhen, and Matteo Politano. Despite the loss, Legia still top Group C with six points. Napoli are now second with four.
Fenerbahçe 2 – 2 Royal Antwerp
Fenerbahçe and Royal Antwerp played out an exciting 2-2 draw in Istanbul. A goal from open play and a penalty from Enner Valencia were cancelled out by successful strikes by Antwerp’s Tanzanian striker Mbwana Samatta and Pieter Gerkens. The Turkish outfit are now third in the group on two points. Antwerp are last with just one.
Eintracht Frankfurt 3 – 1 Olympiacos
Eintracht Frankfurt swept Olympiacos aside in this encounter in Germany. Rafael Santos Borré, Almamy Touré, and Daichi Kamada got on the scoresheet for the hosts. Youssef El-Arabi’s penalty pulled one back for the hosts, but the game ended 3-1. Eintracht Frankfurt now top the group with seven points. Olympiacos are second with six.
Lazio 0 – 0 Marseille
Lazio and Marseille played out a dull 0-0 draw in the Italian capital. Lazio are now second in Group E with four points. Marseille are third with three.
Lokomotiv Moscow 0 – 1 Galatasaray
A single goal from Turkish international Muhammed Kerem Aktürkoğl was enough for Galatasaray to take all three points in Moscow. Galatasaray now sit at the summit of Group E. Lokomotiv Moscow are bottom with a single point.
FC Midtjylland 1 – 1 Red Star Belgrade
Both goals came after half-time in Denmark, as a strike from Red Star’s Mirko Ivanić was cancelled out by Nikolas Dyhr after 78 minutes. Red Star remain top of the group with seven points. Midtjylland are now third with two.
Ludogorets Razgrad 0 – 1 Sporting Braga
Just one goal was scored on the night on 7 minutes through Braga’s Ricardo Horta. The Portuguese club are now second in the group on six points. Ludogorets are bottom of the pile, with just one.
Real Betis 1 – 1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Both the goals in Seville came in the final quarter of the match. Borja Iglesias netted a penalty on 75 minutes, but Bayer replied through Robert Andrich eight minutes before time. The two clubs are now fighting it out at the top of the table on seven points, although the German team have a superior goal difference.
West Ham United 3 – 0 KRC Genk
West Ham cruised to a comfortable home win against Genk, courtesy of strikes from Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, and Jarrod Bowen. The Hammers now top Group H with nine points and a 100% record. Genk are rock bottom with three.
Rapid Vienna 2 – 1 Dinamo Zagreb
Rapid took all three points at home, courtesy of goals from Marco Grüll and Maximillian Hofmann. Dinamo Zagreb could only find the net once through Mislav Oršić. The team from the Austrian capital are third with three points. Dinamo also have three, but they sit second on goal difference.