- Europa League: Breel Embolo scores the winner in Monaco’s 1-0 win in Belgrade.
- Conference League: Vaduz scores 0-0 against Apollon Limassol.
- Conference League: Riots overshadow the match between Nice and Cologne.
EL, Group H: The winner of the Embolo match for Monaco
- Red Star Belgrade – Monaco 0-1
Monaco started the Europa League with a difficult 1-0 victory over Red Star Belgrade. Brill Embolo is presented to the match winner. The Nati striker scored the only goal of the match from a penalty kick in the 74th minute. Embolo came as a substitute eight minutes before the goal.
EL, Group D: Disappointment at Union Berlin
- Union Berlin 0-1 Union Saint-Gilloise
Union Berlin suffered a setback at the start of Group D. For Swiss coach Urs Fischer’s side, it was a 1-0 loss at home to Belgium’s USM Saint-Gilloise. Senne Lynen scored in the 39th minute after a counterattack for the visitors who successfully focused on the defense.
EL, Group E, Manchester United mistakes
- Manchester United 0-1 San Sebastian
It was only the second time this season that Cristiano Ronaldo started with Manchester United. The star was unlucky for the English record champions. At home against San Sebastian, the English lost 0-1. Brice Mendes scored the only goal a little less than an hour after a penalty kick.
EL, Group C: False start for AS Roma
- Ludogorets Razgrad 2-1 Roma
Roma and Jose Mourinho also got off to a false start in Group C. In Ludogorets Razgrad, the Italians lost 2-1 after a goal from Nonato in the 88th minute.
Premier League, Group E: Vaduz scores against Cypriots
- Vaduz – Apollon Limassol 0-0
Vaduz continued his European success story by winning the first point. The quiet match was not able to tear the spectators at Rheinpark from their seats. In the entire 90 minutes, there was only one shot on goal from the visitors from Cyprus.
English Premier League, Group D: violent riots near Nice – Cologne
Serious riots broke out before the match between Nice and Cologne, and kick-off was postponed by about an hour. About 50 masked residents of Cologne attacked the French Bloc. Captain Jonas Hector and Dante tried to calm the crowd. According to the authorities, 32 people were injured in the riots, one of whom was taken to hospital in a very serious condition after falling from the stands. After that the game stopped anyway. Stephen Teggs (19) gave Cologne the lead. And just Andy Delort (62) for the French hand-kick.
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