UEFA Europa League

2019/20 UEFA Europa League – Arsenal, Ajax, and Benfica are in the list of the teams that will miss out on the Round of 16.

EUROPA LEAGUE (Round of 32) – Second Leg

Into the Round of 16
LASK (Austrian Bundesliga)

Copenhagen (Danish Superligaen)

Manchester United (English Premier League)
Wolves (English Premier League)

Eintracht Frankfurt (German Bundesliga)
Bayer Leverkusen (German Bundesliga)
Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga)

Olympiacos (Greek Super League)

Roma (Italian Serie A)
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A)

Rangers (Scottish Premier League)

Sevilla (Spanish La Liga)
Getafe (Spanish La Liga)

Basel (Swiss Super League)

Istanbul Basaksehir (Turkish Super Lig)

Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukrainian Premier League)


Braga 0-1 Rangers (2-4)
Rangers – Ryan Kent 61’

After making a comeback to win at home, Rangers went to Braga to complete the job.Despite missing a penalty at the end of the first half, Ianis Hagi assisted Ryan Kent to get the only goal of the match in the 61st-minute.

Basel 1-0 APOEL (4-0)
Basel – Fabian Frei 38’(pen)

With Basel coming into the match with a ‘3-0’ away lead, APOEL had next to nothing in chances of finding a win in Basel. Fabian Frei scoring from the spot in the 38th-minute ended the competition.

Espanyol 3-2 Wolves (3-6)
Espanyol – Jonathan Calleri 16’ 57’(pen) 90’
Wolves – Adama Traore 22’ Matt Doherty 79’

Jonathan Calleri ended the match with three goals to his name; and that wasn’t enough for Espanyol to overcome the first half ‘4-0’ deficit. The moment Wolves got on the score sheet, it was clear that Espanyol wouldn’t find the goals needed within 90 minutes.

Porto 1-3 Bayer Leverkusen (2-5)
Porto – Moussa Marega 65’
Bayer Leverkusen – Lucas Alario 10’ Kerem Demirbay 50’ Kai Havertz 58’

Bayer Leverkusen added three goals to their ‘2-1’ home win in the first leg before Porto found a goal at home.

Gent 1-1 Roma (1-2)
Gent – Jonathan Dadid 25’
Roma – Justin Kluivert 29’

A narrow victory and the convenience brought to them by the away goal rule allowed Roma to advance to the Round of 16 at the expense of Gent.

Istanbul Basaksehir 4-1 Sporting CP (5-4) aet
Istanbul Basaksehir – Martin Skrtel 31’ danijel Aleksic 45’ Edin Visca 90’ 119’
Sporting CP – Luciano Vietto 68’

Istanbul Basaksehir overcame a 3-1 deficit to eliminate Sporting CP from the competition.
Edin Skrtel scored in the 90th-minute to send the match into extra time, and scored in the 119th-minute to give Istanbul Basaksehir a win without the need of penalty kick-off.

LASK 2-0 AZ Alkmaar (3-1)
LASK – Marko Raguz 44’(pen) 50’

Lask does what AZ Alkmaar couldn’t do by winning at home.

Malmo FF 0-3 Wolfsburg (1-5)
Wolfsburg – Josip Brekalo 42’ Yannick Gerhardt 65’ Joao Victor 69’

Wolfsburg enjoyed a bigger win on the road than at home to Malmo FF.
Wolfsburg move on to the next stage.

Ajax 2-1 Getafe (2-3)
Ajax – Danilo 10’ Mathias Olivera 63’(og)
Getafe – Jaime Mata 5’

Getafe took an early lead to make Ajax’s objectives harder to achieve.

Arsenal 1-2 Olympiacos (2-2(aet))
Arsenal – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 113’
Olympiacos – Pape Cisse 53’ Youssef El Arabi 120’

Olympiacos upsets Arsenal!
Youssef El Arabi restored Olympiacos lead at the Emirates to eliminate Arsenal.
Before missing a glorious chance in the final minutes of the match, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang acrobatically scored what looked like the winning goal for Arsenal in the 113rd-minute.

Benfica 3-3 Shakhtar Donetsk (4-5)
Benfica – Pizzi 9’ Ruben Dias 36’ Rafa Silva 47’
Shakhtar Donetsk – Ruben Dias 12’(og) Targas Stepanenko 49’ Alan Patrick 71’

Neither Benfica and Shakhtar Donetsk didn’t deserved a defeat after a thrilling tie.
Shakhtar Donetsk eliminates the Benfica.

Celtic 1-3 Copenhagen (2-4)
Celtic – Odsonne Edouard 83’(pen)
Copenhagen -Michel Santos 51’ Pep Biel 85’ Dame N’Doye 88’

Celtic is eliminated in Glasgow by Copenhagen.

Inter Milan 2-1 Ludogorets Razgrad (4-1)
Inter Milan – Cristiano Biraghi 32’ Romelu Lukake 45’
Ludogorets Razgrad – Cauly Souza 26’

Manchester United 5-0 Club Brugge (6-1)
Manchester United – Bruno Fernandes 27’(pen) Odion Ighalo 34’ Scott McTominay 41’ Fred 82’ 90’

Manchester United made home advantage and numerical advantage count.
Fred scored two goals (very rare), Scott McTominay scored on his return from injury, Odion Ighalo scored his first goal for Manchester United, and Bruno Fernandes opened the scoring to keep his penalty goal conversion rate at a 100% (2/2)

Sevilla 0-0 Cluj (1-1)
The away goal allowed Sevilla to knock Cluj out of the competition after a goalless draw in the return leg.

RB Salzburg 2-2 Eintracht Frankfurt (3-6)
RB Salzburg – Andres Ulmer 10’ Jerome Onguene 72’
Eintracht Frankfurt – Andre Silva 30’ 83’

Eintracht Frankfurt ‘4-1’ victory at home was the difference maker against RB Salzburg.



Top Scorers
Alfredo Morelos (Rangers) – 6 goals

Andraz Sporar (Sporting CP) – 6 goals*  (will not be able to add to his tally after Sporting CP’s elimination)

Daichi Kamada
(Eintracht Frankfurt)- 6 goals

Diogo Jota
(Wolfsburg) – 6 goals

Bruno Fernandes
(Manchester United) – 6 goals

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