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With Inter about to kick-off for the second half in Iceland, this is where the LIVE matchday blog & you, the Goal readers, part ways for this evening. The blog will return on Saturday for all the Premier League action while our Transfer Window blog is back at 09:00 BST tomorrow. For now, though, I've been Tom Maston and thanks for joining me!
Marotta rules out Juventus bid for Falcao
LIVE: Stjarnan 0-1 Inter
It's taken 40 minutes but the Italian giants have finally broken the deadlock through Mauro Icardi. As one of the favourites to win the Europa League this season, they are expected to win this tie with ease over two legs.
Who knows what they've thought up for if they score in what is the biggest match in their history. If their previous efforts are anything to go by, it could break the internet. Watch this space...
RD: "We have to play with good balance and attack them in the right way. But we have the advantage of playing at Celtic Park." #UCL (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) August 20, 2014
The big story of the day broke earlier as Manchester United completed the signing of Marcos Rojo, and Goal have put together a guide to the Argentina defender so you don't need to spend all night trawling through YouTube videos.
Meet Manchester United's new signing Marcos Rojo
With the dust having settled on tonight's Champions League play-offs, let's remind ourselves of the situations heading into the second legs of the five ties.
Celtic will be confident of reaching the group stages following their 1-1 in Slovenia against Maribor while Porto are also favourites in their tie against Lille following a 1-0 win for the 2004 winners in France.
Andre Villas-Boas also looks set for a place in the group stages following Zenit's 1-0 win in Belgium over Standard Liege.
The night's two other games - Aalborg v APOEL and Slovan Bratislava v BATE - both ended in 1-1 draws and with everything to play for the in the second legs next week.
LIVE: Stjarnan - Inter
Fulham were unable to find an equaliser at Craven Cottage and as such are still searching for their first point having been relegated to the Championship. Wolves, meanwhile, have now beaten two teams who were playing Premier League football last season, but lost to Rotherham United. It's a funny ol' game...
The Champions League playoffs may be over for another evening, but that isn't the end of the European football for the night. The bulk of the Europa League playoffs are tomorrow, but two matches are being played today, with Inter travelling to Icelandic minnows Stjarnan. They kick-off at 22:00 BST, with Nemanja Vidic set to make his competitive debut.
In the day's other match, Dnipro ran out 2-1 winners over Hajduk Split.
There are just over five minutes left at Craven Cottage where Wolves remain 1-0 up over Fulham. Liverpool target Patrick Roberts was given a start by Felix Magath, but the teenager hasn't yet been able to inspire the home side this evening.
Final whistles have sounded across Europe, and though there weren't many goals to speak of, the second legs next week should be highly-competitive affairs. The final scores were as follows...
Aalborg 1-1 APOEL
Lille 0-1 Porto
Maribor 1-1 Celtic
Slovan Bratislava 1-1 BATE Borisov
Standard Liege 0-1 Zenit
After three minutes of stoppage time, the final whistle blows in Slovenia where Celtic have held on to take a 1-1 draw back to Glasgow for the second leg. Maribor were certainly the better side in the second half but couldn't force a breakthrough. The minnows must now go to Parkhead and try to force a win next Tuesday.
Craig Gordon, he of the 'Premier League Save of the Decade', has kept Celtic level with a quite stunning save to deny Ales Mertelj a fine goal from all of 30 yards. Four first-team matches in three years or not, that was some save.
Having only been on the pitch for eight minutes, the substitute has brought Slovakian side level with ten minutes to play.
And as a present from manager Ronny Deila, the striker has been given ten minutes against Maribor. What more could he have asked for?
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