After the pitched battle at Goodison Park, won by courage (2-1), OL showed much more control this Thursday, to beat again Everton at Groupama Stadium (3-0). This success allows OL to have a foot and a half in the sixteenth-finals of the Europa League, with five points ahead of the Apollon Limassol, which OL will host on November 23 to validate its ticket.
— Everton (@Everton) November 2, 2017
A 0-0 That qualfied Arsenal with ease
Arsenal were held in Held in by Red Star Belgrade but they still validated their ticket to the last 32 of the Europa League (0-0).
Arsenal pushed but did not manage to make the difference against the Red Star Belgrade (0-0), without consequence however since the Gunners got their qualification for the 16th. At Emirates Stadium, Arsene Wenger's men stumbled on an inspired goalkeeper and a close defense. Jack Wilshere, who probably thought he had unlocked the game, saw Damien Le Tallec come back from nowhere to get the ball out and preserve his goal (65).
Cantona ? Is that you ?
L'OM game knew some very odd events as their player Evra knocked out a supporter in the stands. They way Cantona did so many years ago. Evra lost controle on his temper and jumped on the fan causing security to interfere and take him out of the pitch!
— Grenat Football Club (@grenatfc) November 2, 2017