Europa League

Thursday, December 10, 2015

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Khouma Babacar scored the only goal of the game as Fiorentina secured their place in the Europa League knockout stages with a 1-0 win over Belenenses

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Erik Lamela's first professional hat-trick secures Spurs top spot in Group J, while bringing an end to the Red and Whites' European campaign

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Spurs sealed top spot in Group J as they breezed past Monaco after a devastating first-half performance from Erik Lamela, who scored three goals for the time in England

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Facing his Mainz and Borussia Dortmund predecessor would not be an ideal draw for his side in the Europa League, says the 42-year-old

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The Belgium winger has played just 21 minutes in the Bundesliga since October and is unlikely to be earning many more opportunities on the back of his display against PAOK

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The Reds secure top spot in Group B, while the point also ensures the Swiss outfit follow them through to the knockout stage

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Robert Mak scored the winner as PAOK closed their Europa League campaign with an impressive 1-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund, who were condemned to second place in Group C.

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Despite Diego's second-half sending off, the Turkish side held on to secure the point they needed to ensure their progress to the last 32 of the Europa League

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The Turkish side went down to 10 men in the second half to allow their opponents back into the game but held on for the point they needed to secure their progress to the next round

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Jurgen Klopp's side could not break down a tough home defence, as both clubs make it through to the knockout stages

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Both teams can still qualify for the last 32 with the visitors starting the game top of Group H with nine points

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Robert Mak scored his ninth goal in this year's Europa League to force a surprise defeat on Dormund, who qualified in second place from Group C despite the loss

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Thomas Tuchel's side need to better Krasnodar's result against Qabala in order to secure top spot in Group C, with both teams already qualified for the next round

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The Turkish side need a draw to secure their progress and could still win the group, with Ronny Deila's side having been eliminated on matchday five at the hands of Ajax

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The Swiss side require a point to ensure their progress to the next round and can top the group with a win, with the Reds just needing to avoid defeat for first place