Europa League

Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Goal took in the action at San Siro, where the home side dug deep to overcome a goal and a man disadvantage to win the game and confirm their finish as Group F winners

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Ronny Deila's side are guaranteed a spot in the knockout stage of the competition despite losing against the impressive Austrian Bundesliga champions at Celtic Park tonight

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Two evenly matched sides played out an entertaining Europa League contest at El Madrigal, with a stunner from Granit Xhaka capping Gladbach's second-half resurgence

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Thanks to Dinamo Zagreb's away defeat in Romania, Ronny Deila's men reached the Europa League knockouts with a game to spare despite only pulling back one goal after an early blitz

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Ruslan Rotan put the visitors into a surprise lead, threatening Roberto Mancini's men with a loss, but the former Roma man added to Zdravko Kuzmanovic's leveller to seal a win

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Luciano Vietto had fired the hosts into the lead in the first half before Raffael's equaliser, though that was rendered obselete by Denis Cheryshev until the Swiss attacker's goal

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The coach admitted he and his players would enjoy the next 24 hours after sealing qualification from the Europa League group stage for the first time in 10 years

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The coach applauded Thursday's opponents after the Europa League holders were shocked in Rotterdam and admits their credibility has taken a hit with the defeat

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Fred Rutten's men put in a fine display to confirm their place in the Europa League knockout phase, while the defending champions' title defence takes a bit of a dent

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The Nerazzurri triumphed 1-0 when the two sides met in Ukraine earlier in the competition but Roberto Mancini's men only need a point this time around in order to progress

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The Yellow Submarine will displace their Germany opponents at the summit of Group A - and seal a place in the next round - with a win

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The Bhoys claimed a 2-2 draw when the two sides met in Austria on matchday one but the Scottish champions will need a win to displace their opponents at the top of their pool

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Spurs were held to a draw in Belgrade on matchday one but they need all three points at White Hart Lane in order to ensure their qualification

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Marko Marin and Khouma Babacar gave the Serie A side an early lead but Jose Maria Basanta's sending off allowed Claudio Beauvue the chance to score from the spot

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Wastefulness and the woodwork were to blame for an entertaining stalemate in Prague, with both sides not quite able to do enough to merit taking all three points in Group I

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Goals from Romelu Lukaku and Kevin Mirallas secured victory for the Toffees and saw Roberto Martinez's side progress to the Europa League knockout stages

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Two goals in the opening 13 minutes from the visiting Italians ensured that Claudio Beauvue's goal on the 45-minute mark was merely a consolation

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The hosts scored twice in the second half through goals from Jens Toornstra and Karim El Ahmadi to hop into first place and secure qualification with a game to spare

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The Belgian striker finished on the counterattack in the first half before turning creator in the second, after Lille's earlier draw confirmed the Toffees' Europa League progress

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The Czech hosts kept the Italians from breaking the deadlock but, due to superior goal difference, the Partenopei are assured a spot in the next round