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Europa League Round – Raider Free Kick Dreams – Goal Festival in Marseille – Sports

Europa League Round – Raider Free Kick Dreams – Goal Festival in Marseille – Sports

  • Fabian Rieder scored from a free kick in Rennes’ 3-0 win over Maccabi Haifa in Europa League Group F.
  • In Group A, Freiburg made their way to the knockout stage thanks to a shooting festival.
  • Servet challenges Roma to a 1-1 draw in Group G and thus qualifies for the Round of 16 finals in the Conference League.

Sixth set: Ryder free kicks

  • Maccabi Haifa – Rennes 0-3
  • Villarreal – Panathinaikos 3-2

Fabian Ryder qualified early for the last 16 with Stade Rennes in the fifth round of the Europa League. The Swiss entered the match just over an hour after Rennes’ comfortable 3-0 win over Maccabi Haifa in Flexot, scoring the final goal in stoppage time from a stunning free kick. This is his third goal in his seventeenth appearance with the British national team. Villarreal also moves away with another round after defeating its guest Panathinaikos 3-2.

Group B: Asset Zuber cannot prevent AEK from going bankrupt

  • AEK Athens – Brighton 0-1
  • Marseille – Ajax 4:3

Brighton celebrated a huge victory in the second group in the truest sense of the word. In the Greek capital, “The Seagulls” defeated AEK Athens 1-0, and qualified early for the finals 16/1. For the home team, Steven Zuber produced several good moves in the first half – but there was nothing notable. After the break, Joao Pedro (55) took the decision from a penalty kick.

The fans in Marseille witnessed a goal spectacle. In France’s 4-3 victory, striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang excelled with a hat-trick. In addition to two penalty kicks, he scored once from an overhead kick.

Group A: Freiburg qualifies for the first round with a club record

  • Freiburg – Olympiacos Piraeus 5-0
  • Baka Topola – West Ham 0-1

Freiburg have already equaled the European Cup club record set three weeks ago against Baka Topola with a 5-0 win over Olympiacos Piraeus. Austrian Michael Gregoritsch was celebrated as a top scorer three times. With a goal difference of 17:5 (!), Pryzgauer’s side qualified early in Group A as did West Ham, who beat Baka Topola with a late goal from Tomas Soucek.

Group Five: An important point for Toulouse

  • Toulouse – Union Saint-Geloise 0-0
  • Liverpool – LASK 4-0

Captain Vincent Sierro led his colors to a 0-0 draw against Union Saint-Gilloise. By winning the point, the French kept their direct rivals at a distance. With one round remaining, the French League representatives are 3 points ahead of the Belgian team.

In the parallel match, Liverpool had no problem with LASK: Luis Diaz (12), Cody Jacobo (15/90+2) and Mohamed Salah from a penalty kick (51) made the score 4-0. The Reds have already qualified for the round of 16 of the English Premier League as group winners.

Group H: Leverkusen advances

  • Hacken – Leverkusen 0:2
  • Moldi-Karabakh 2:2

Bundesliga leaders and unstoppable in the Europa League: Bayer Leverkusen celebrated a fifth win in their fifth match with a 2-0 win away to Swedish representative Hacken and, like Liverpool, won the group. While coach Xabi Alonso rested several key players – including Granit Xhaka – central strikers Victor Boniface (14th) and Patryk Cech (74th) were responsible for the goals.

In the other match in the group, Karabakh tied with Molde 2-2. The equalizing goal came from Bahloul Mostafa Zadeh only in the fifth minute of stoppage time. The two opponents, who have 7 points, will compete for second place on the final day of the match.