Europa League: Leicester leaves… Milan, United and Rome have qualified

Milan, Italy, reached the round of 16, despite a 1-1 draw with its Serbian guest Red Star

, where it had tied 2-2 back away from its stadium last week, to climb to the next round, to outperform it by a difference of goals scored outside the ground.

Milan scored early, through Frank Casey in the ninth minute, with a penalty kick, while Alfardo Ben scored the equalizer for the Serbian team in the 24th minute, before the guests played with ten men after Marco Jubiljic was sent off in the 70th minute for receiving the second warning.

Manchester United qualified in the English turn for the same role, after a 0-0 draw with Real Sociedad, and the Red Devils guaranteed qualification after the team won 4-0 over the Basque team in the first leg in its stronghold.

Dynamo Kiev, Ukraine, snatched the pass to the next round, thanks to its 1-0 victory over Belgium’s Club Brugge, where the two teams tied back 1-1 in Ukraine.

And Leicester City formed the surprise when he left the championship early, after his surprise 0-2 defeat at home to Slavia Prague, after imposing a goalless draw on the first leg between them in the Czech capital, Prague, last Thursday.

The two goals of the match came in the second half, by Lucas Provoud and Abdullah Sima in the 49th and 79th minutes, respectively, to overthrow the Czech team, it’s English counterpart, from the continental competition. Roma reached the same role after their 3-1 victory over Sporting Braga.

Roma easily qualified for the next round by beating 5-1 on aggregate. Roma advanced through Bosnian Eden Dzeko in the 23rd minute, before Carles Perez added the second goal in the 74th minute, while Roma defender Brian Cristante scored Braga’s only goal through his own goal in the 87th minute. In the first minute of stoppage time, Borja Mayoral scored The third goal for Rome.

In another match, Croatian Dynamo Zagreb defeated Russian Krasnodar 1-0. Zagreb had won the first leg 3-2, to qualify for the next round by winning 4-2 on aggregate. Mislav Ursic scored the match’s only goal for Dinamo Zagreb in the 31st minute.

The Swiss Young Boys qualified for the last sixteen by defeating Bayer Leverkusen 2 – zero. Jordan Sebacchio scored the first goal for the Swiss team in the 47th minute, before Christian Fasnacht added the second goal in the 86th minute. The Young Boys had won the first leg 4-3, to qualify by winning the 6-3 aggregate, and Olympiacos booked the pass for the same round, despite losing 1 – 2 against PSV Eindhoven.

Olympiacos had won the first leg 4 – 2, to qualify by winning 5 – 4 on aggregate. Iran Zahavi scored two goals for PSV in the 23rd and 44th minutes, while Egyptian Ahmed Hassan Kouka scored the only goal for Olympiacos in the 88th minute.

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