Manchester United closed the group stage with a 4-0 goal about AZ Alkmaar, in which he played a role fundamentally the very young Mason Greenwood, author of a double, which allowed the “red devils” to secure the top spot of their group.
Negative surprise of ‘Gladbach’
Arsenal, Getafe and Porto did not fail and certified their classification for about sixteenth ends of the Europa League in which there will be Borussia Moenchengladbach, the brand-new leader of the German Bundesliga, after falling 1-2 on Thursday At home against Istabul Basaksehir. A goal in the French striker’s extension time Enzo Cravelli, who riveted completely alone in the small area a ball served from the right by his compatriot Gael Clichy, ended the hopes of the “Gladbach” to which it didn’t help him to get ahead of the 33rd minute on the scoreboard (1-0) with a goal from Marcus Thuram, son of former French international Lilian Thuram.
And it is that despite having everything in favor, Those of Marco Rose never seemed to be comfortable with the perseverance of the Turkish outfit, since an error by goalguard Yann Sommer, who failed to tackle a seemingly simple ball, allowed the Ottomans to equalize the contest at the last minute of the first half. A preview of what would happen in the second half, in which Istanbul Basaksehir snatched with another last the ticket for the final sixteenths to Borussia Moenchengladbach.
Arsenal have leader attack
Who will be in the next round and also as first of the group it’s Arsenal, despite the tremendous problems that the English outfit had to draw 2-2 on your visit to the Standard de Liege camp. In fact the English team, current runners-up, was going with a two-goal disadvantage on the scoreboard with thirteen minutes to go to the conclusion, in a new demonstration of the defensive deficiencies of the “gunners”.
But if Arsenal’s lag leaves a lot to be desired, in attack Arsenal owns “dynamite” as he made clear with the two final goals of French Alexandre Lacazette and young Buyako Saka, which allowed those from Swedish Fredrik Ljungberg rescue a draw.
Porto and Rome, ‘cocos’
Likewise will be in the next round Porto, who suffered the unspeakable to break Feyenoord 3–2, eventually achieved the victory he needed to get into the 16th finals. A triumph that had a clear South American accent, for if the Colombian Luis Díaz took charge of opening the scoring for the “dragons” at fourteen minutes of play, the Brazilian striker Tiquinho Soares, forced the second, self-goal work by Tyrell Malacia, and signed the final 3-2 by rounding off a dead ball on the goal line.
It will also not miss the 16th-year draw rome on Monday, despite a 2-2 draw with The Wolfsberger Austrian where the Portuguese Paulo Fonseca did not serve him with getting ahead of up to two times on a scoreboard with the Argentine’s goals Diego Penalty Perotti and Bosnian Edin Dzeko, to claim victory.
Tahith Chong (58′, Anthony Martial), Ferdy Druijf (62′, Dani de Wit), Vlaar (67′, Yukinari Sugawara), Ethan Laird (67′, Ashley Young), Jones (67′, Harry Maguire), Thomas Ouwejan (76′, Oussama Idrissi)
1-0, 52′: Ashley Young, 2-0, 57′: Mason Greenwood, 3-0, 61′: Kills, 4-0, 63′: Mason Greenwood
Arbitrator: Sandro Schorer
Clasie (27′,Yellow) Fredrik Midtsjo (57′,Yellow) Ethan Laird (81′,Yellow) Teun Koopmeiners (83′,Yellow