Europa League: the complete mark for Arsenal and Sevilla and a difficult win for Manchester United.

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Arsenal hit the full mark by defeating Vitoria Guimaraes of Portugal and came close to qualifying for the second round of the Europa League.

Guimaraes scored in the eighth minute through Marcus Edwards, before Martinelli equalized for Arsenal in the 32nd minute. In the 36th minute, Bruno Duarte scored Vitoria’s second goal.

Ten minutes before the end of the match, Ivorian Nicolas Pepe scored Arsenal’s second goal and scored the winning goal in the last minute of the initial free-kick, winning 3-2.

In another match in the same group, Eintracht Frankfurt beat Standard Liege 2-1.

Arsenal leads Group 6 with nine points, followed by Eintracht Frankfurt with six points, Standard de Liège third with three points, and Guimaraes in the last place with no points.

The match against Azerbaijan’s Qarabag Agdam FK and Apoel Nicosia of Cyprus was a 2-2 draw in the first group, which saw Spain’s Seville win with a clean triple against Luxembourg’s F91 Dedelangi.

Sevilla continued to lead the group after having increased their score to nine points with the full mark so far, while Qarabag was second with four points, one point ahead of third place Dedelangi, and Apoel Nicosia remained at the bottom of the standings by one point.

In Group D, Dutch’s Eindhoven match against Austria’s Lasik Linz was finished with a draw, while Sporting Lisbon beat Norwegian Rosenberg 1-0.

Eindhoven leads group D with 7 points, followed by Sporting Lisbon with 6 points, Lasik Linz in third with four points and Norway’s Rosenberg in fourth with a scoreless score.

In Group F, Celtic beat Lazio 2-1, while Romanian CFR Cluj beat French hosts Rennes 1-0.

Celtic leads the group with 7 points, ahead of Cluj with 6 points, while Lazio is third with 3 points, and Rennes is fourth with one point.

Manchester United also scored a hard-fought victory over hosts Partizan Belgrade with a clean goal scored by Anthony Martial in the 43rd minute with a penalty kick, to take top spot in Group 12 by 7 points, two points behind. ahead of Alkmaar of Netherlands who beat FC Astana of Kazakstan with a clean six.

While Roma drew 1-1 with Borussia Monchengladbach, the Italian team scored the first goal of the match thanks to Nicolo Zaniolo in the 32nd minute, and the guest team scored a draw in the 90th minute by Lars Stindl in a penalty. Roma increased their score to 5 points in the group lead, one point ahead of Turkish Basaksehir who beat Austria’s Wolfsberger 1-0.

In Group 11, Portugal’s Sporting Braga defeated Besiktas of Turkey 2-1, while Wolverhampton beat Slovan Bratislava of Slovakia 2-1.

The Young Boys of Switzerland dominated the G group with a precious double win over Feyenoord Rotterdam, while Porto continued their disappointing results and fell into the trap of a 1-1 draw with the Glasgow Rangers.

Spain’s Espanyol continued their awakening and led group 8 after defeating hosts Ludogorets of Bulgaria with a clean goal, while Hungary’s Renferuzi came upon the surprise by beating Russia’s hosts Siska Moscow.

Wolfsburg retained the lead in Group C despite a 2-2 draw against Belgium’s Ghent, and Saint-Etienne drew 1-1 with Ukrainian Oleksandria.

Source: Agencies