Europa League first leg: Former Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi sealed victory for Fenerbahce; Real Sociedad leads Man United in Group E | Football news

Real Sociedad clinched four group stage wins from four goals from Alexander Sorloth, Diego Rico and Robert Navarro giving them a 3-0 home win over Sheriff Tiraspol.

Scott McTominay shot deep into stoppage time like Manchester United keep their Europa League hopes alive with a late 1-0 win Ommonia Nicosia.

Arsenal maintain their flying start to the season like Bukayo Saka scored the only goal to win 1-0 in Bodo / Glimt. England winger Saka’s lucky clearance secured three consecutive Group A wins for Premier League leaders Mikel Arteta, who have won 11 of their first 12 games of the season in all competitions. school.

Bukayo Saka's lackluster finish put Arsenal ahead
Bukayo Saka’s finish gives Arsenal the lead

PSV Eindhoven still two points behind the Gunners in second place after beating the bottom team Zurich 5-0. Joey Veerman’s brace and further goals from Erick Gutierrez, Ibrahim Sangare and Anwar El Ghazi left Zurich without a point after four group stage matches.

Fenerbahce and Rennes tighten their position in Group B after the away win at Larnaca and Dynamo Kyiv corresponding.

A late penalty from former Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi gave Turkish side Fenerbahce a 2-1 win after Larnaca captain Ivan Trickovski’s penalty thrashed the opening goal in the first half. by Joao Pedro.


Larnaca defender Angel Garcia was shown a direct red card in the final stages for a foul on Diego Rossi, but West Ham striker Enner Valencia’s subsequent penalty was saved.

Rennes defender Christopher Wooh’s lone goal in Krakow gave the French side a point with leaders Fenerbahce and sent Kyiv to a fourth consecutive defeat.

Real Betis Still undefeated at the top of Group C after a 1-1 draw at home last Rome.

Andrea Belotti scored a second-half equalizer for Roma after Sergio Canales gave Betis a first-half lead, but the Italian was three points behind Ludogorets Razgrad, who beat HJK Helsinki 2-0 in Bulgaria.

Roma drew 1-1 with Real Betis
Roma were held to a 1-1 draw with Real Betis

In Group D, Vitor Oliveira’s first hat-trick was not enough to guarantee Sporting Braga win at Union Saint-Gilloisewho hit back from 3-1 to save a point.

Oliveira scored twice in five minutes late in the first half after his opening goal was canceled by Victor Boniface.

Dante Vanzeir pulled one back for Saint-Gilloise and Boniface equalized with a second just after the hour mark to keep the Belgians three points ahead.

Robin Knoche converted a late penalty like Union Berlin beat rock-bottom Malmo 1-0 at home to keep in touch with the top two teams.

Feyenoord top Group F in terms of goal difference after being held to a 2-2 draw at home first Midtjyllandsecond person.

All four sides in the group have five points of Laziowho played the second half with 10 men after Manuel Lazzari was sacked, also drew 2-2 first Sturm Graz In Rome.

Lazio and Sturm Graz drew 2-2 at Rome's Olympic Stadium
Lazio and Sturm Graz drew 2-2 at Rome’s Olympic Stadium

Freiburg extended their lead at the top of Group G and moved closer to the knockout stage with a 4-0 win in Nantes.

Late goals from Kevin Schade and Jeong Woo-yeong secured an opener after Lukas Kubler and Michael Gregoritsch put Freiburg in charge.

Qarabag second in the group, five points behind Freiburgafter being held 0-0 by the bottom team at home Olympiacoswho won their first point.

Ferencvaros climb to the top of group H after defeating Red Star Belgrade 2-1 in Budapest, while Trabzonspor promoted to second after a jubilant 4-0 victory at home first Monaco.


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