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Europa League: Arsenal in the quarterfinals



The Arsenal has prevented a shame and resolved the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

After a surprising 1: 3 defeat in the first knockout round's first leg, Gunners won with Mesut Ozil and Shkodran Mustafi in the starting line against Stade Rennes 3: 0 (2: 0). The goalkeeper Bernd Leno was not used.

Aubameyang with mask

Former Dortmund chief Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (5/72), who made a black panther mask after making his second goal and Ainsley Maitland-Niles (15) decided the game for Arsenal.

FC Salzburg celebrated a bitter recovery

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in the second leg, but still has to go after the 3-0 defeat of the first leg.

Slavia Prague made a sensational victory over Seville

Three-hour Europa League winner FC Sevilla has surprisingly lost 2-3 (2: 2, 1: 1) in the first leg after extra time with Czech leaders Slavia Prague.

Ibrahim-Benjamin Traore (119th) made his gold goal just before the final whistle.

Portuguese champion Benfica Lisbon defeated Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 (1-0, 0-0) after extra time. The first leg had lost Benfica 0: 1.

Salzburg with 500 hits

Formerly Leverkusen Arkadiusz Milik (14) scored goals for Napoli to coach Carlo Ancelotti. Munas Dabbur (25th) was leveled out before half-time, while Fredrik Gulbrandsen (65) took Salzburg's side before 29,520 spectators at the sold out Red Bull Arena with a total of 500 goals in the Europa League season. [Spel att läsa i LIVETICKER]

Christoph Leitgeb (90 + 2) put the insignificant end.

Chelsea-Kantersieg

Meanwhile, Chelsea FC moved into the quarterfinals with a gala. With the international player Antonio Rüdiger at the beginning, the 2013 title holder explained the Ukrainian record champions Dynamo Kiev 5: 0 (3: 0) in the 16th second round.

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The first team at home to Stamford Bridge was won by team chief Maurizio Sarri 3-0.

World Champion Olivier Giroud (5/33/59) with a hat trick, Spanish national player Marcos Alonso (45 + 1) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (78), who was judged by Bayern Munich, scored goals for West Londoners.

Valencia celebrates a dice victory

FC Valencia is still struggling to score in time of injury. Spain's La League League beat Goncalo Guedes (90 & +39 & # 39;) to make it 1-0 (1-0) against Leverkusen defender FK Krasnodar. Valencia won 2-1 in the first leg.

Villarreal scored 2-1 (1-0) against Zenit St. Petersburg in the next round.


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