Europa League

Friday, February 27, 2015

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The Roma boss was shocked after his side's clash with Feyenoord was suspended in the second-half as the home fans hurled missiles onto the field of play

Thursday, February 26, 2015

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The Fiorentina coach is delighted with the player they brought on loan to Chelsea in exchange for the Colombian attacker following their Europa League win over Tottenham

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The Besiktas boss revealed that, when seven of his players volunteered to take a spot-kick, he was confident his side would prevail over the Premier League club in Istanbul

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The coach insists his players are still making too many errors but feels Thursday's victory over Celtic shows his struggling side are going in the right direction

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Goal took in the action at De Kuip, where the Italians claimed a vital away victory in a match that was disgraced by poor conduct from the home fans

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GALLERY: The Turkish side emerged victorious from a dramatic penalty shootout while Inter edged past Celtic and Ajax cruised past final hosts Legia Warsaw

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The 21-year-old Belgian forward bagged a first-half brace, while his compatriot Kevin Mirallas also found the net, as the Premier League outfit eased into the next round

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Romelu Lukaku scored twice while Kevin Mirallas added a third as the Toffees eased through to the last-16 of the Europa League at the Swiss side's expense

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A red card for Mitchell te Vrede sparked an angry reaction from the home fans who began throwing missiles onto the pitch, forcing the referee to stop the game temporarily

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The Belgian left the field clutching his hamstring four minutes into the second half of Thursday's Europa League round of 32 second-leg clash, to be replaced by Arouna Kone

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An excellent finish from star substitute Arslan set Besiktas on their way to a penalty-shootout win, after a fantastic home display from Slaven Bilic's men at the Ataturk stadium

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The Croatian blazed Liverpool's fifth penalty over the bar in a high-quality shootout to ensure that Slaven Bilic's men overturned a first-leg deficit to reach the last 16

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COMMENT: The Argentine is left counting the cost of his decision to leave Harry Kane on the bench as Spurs bow out of Europe after a shocking error from Roberto Soldado

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The Europa League holders march on after a fine display of ruthless attacking football, with Vitolo scoring twice in a near-faultless display for Unai Emery's men.