Swiss star Olympique Lyonnais successfully entered the new Europa League season, winning against Rangers (0–2) in Glasgow.
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French clubs have finished this first evening of the Cup‘Europe says «Minor» With a smile, even though Marseille wasted a goal‘Lokomotiv are still in the Europa League, 89th against Moscow (1–1), in 11th place. Monaco for their part defeated Sturm Graz (1–0) in C3, while Rennes won in C3. Europe The Conference League drew well at home against Tottenham (2–2).
In Group G, Gerardo Zion’s Bayer Leverkusen defeated Ferencvaros (2-1). In the second meeting, Swiss international Albion Azeti played well with Celtic Glasgow against Betis in Seville. But after that his family broke up (3-4).
The Basel striker was set up for the first time by the Scottish club last Saturday against Ross County (3-0) and he reassured for a double.
Azeti followed in C3 on Thursday, opening the scoring in Spain – their first goal in eleven games on the continental front – before receiving a 0-2 penalty. But his team cracked wide in 21 minutes, scoring four goals till halftime.
The big blow of this first day came against Leicester for Naples. Fox opened the scoring by Perez (9th), then doubled Barnes (64th), but then Osimhen struck twice (69th, 87th) and saved the Neapolitans (2-2).
Another game with twists and turns pitted Friborg goalkeeper Yvonne Movogo’s PSV Eindhoven (who remained on the bench) against Real Sociedad, who took a 2–1 lead at the break on the Dutch lawn. PSV then tied 2–2, especially thanks to its German world champion, “Super Mario” Götz.
In Group D, Jibril So’s Eintracht Frankfurt were held in check by Fenerbahçe (1–1). The Zurich midfielder played the full game and came close to scoring a goal, but came up against Turkish goalkeeper Beindir.
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