Europa League

Thursday, 6 November 2014

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The Italian side swept aside Young Boys to go level on points with Sparta Prague at the top of Group I just days after their win over Roma in Serie A

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The striker scored his first goals since January 1 2014 when he struck twice in the dying minutes of his side's 5-1 win over Krasnodar

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The Toffees ran out clear winners over Lille at Goodison Park and with their place in the Europa League knockout stages almost assured, the boss is eyeing silverware

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Spurs were given a scare in Greece after Andros Townsend and Harry Kane put them in a commanding position, but the Argentine insists the result is all that matters

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The Europa League reigning champions take a two-point lead at the top of Group G as goals from Kevin Gameiro, Jose Antonio Reyes and Carlos Bacca earned a fine victory

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The hosts came alive in the second half to smash in five goals and all but wrap up their place in the next round, with Nicklas Bendtner scoring twice

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A late Manuel Pasqual free kick earned la Viola a deserved point at the Artemio Franchi, after substitute Maarten Martens opened the scoring for the hardworking visitors

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A Jonathan de Guzman hat-trick secured a commanding victory for the Partenopei, ensuring they remain in a tie with Sparta Prague for first spot in Group I

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An outrageous curled effort from distance and two close-range finishes from the Dutchman were enough as Rafa Benitez's side bossed proceedings at the San Paolo

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Paul-Jose M'Poku's first half free kick cancelled out a header from the former Paris Saint-Germain striker and the Spanish side went on to put the game to bed

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The Republic of Ireland international set up Leon Osman and Phil Jagielka for his team's first two goals, with Steven Naismith adding a classy third after half-time

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Maarten Martens looked to have stolen an unlikely win for the Greek side but a brilliant late free kick ensured a share of the spoils for the Viola

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Leon Osman opened the scoring before Phil Jagielka and Steven Naismith sealed the points for the Toffees on a comfortable night for Roberto Martinez's side

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William Amorim's late stunner puts the Scottish champions' Europa League progression on hold, with Vincent Laban earning a late red for the hosts after an outrageous tackle

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Another goal for Harry Kane helped Mauricio Pochettino's side to a second consecutive Europa League victory, despite an impressive second-half performance from the hosts

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Stefan Johansen put the Scottish giants in front with a brilliant 25-yard strike in the first half but substitute William Amorim levelled for the hosts, who ended with 10 men

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The 21-year-old doubled Spurs' lead with an impressive header after Andros Townsend had converted a penalty, and the hosts missed a multitude of chances in the second half