Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Marseille, and Red Bull Salzburg Qualify For UEFA Europa Semi’s

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Arsenal

The Gunners narrowly escaped a possible comeback against a determined CSKA Moscow with their first shot on Target. The Gunners came into the contest with a 4-1 lead on Aggregate from the Emirates.

Fedor Chalov and Kirill Nababkin beat Petr Cech twice with rebounded goals in the 44th and 67th minute.

Danny welbeck scored the precious away goal with a well taken attempt from the edge of the box after a one-two pass exchange with Elneny.

Alsooo doubled Arsenal tally to restore parity to the game. Arsenal 2:2 CSKA Moscow 2. Arsenal advance to the next round on 6-3 aggregate.


Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid qualifies for the semi finals despite losing one nil away to Sporting Lisbon. Diego Simeone’s side scale through with a 2:1 aggregate after they beat Sporting 2 nil in the first leg encounter in Spain.

Fredy Montero scored the only goal in the 28th minute with a well placed header to beat an outstreched Oblak from close range.


Marseille

Marseille were in the form of their life as they beat a worthy opponent RB Leizpig 5-1 coming from a goal down.

Bruma put the away side in the lead in the 2nd minute before the home side equalized with a Stefan Ilsanker own goal. Goals from Bouna Sarr and Florian Thauvin gave Marseille a comfortable 3:1 lead going into the break.

Jean-Kevin Augustin pulled one back for RB Leizpig just 10 minutes into the second half. 3:2. Marselille Skipper Dimitri Payet Soares through Leizpig defense before slotting a wonder strike into the top left corner. 4:1.

In extra time, Hiroki Sakai goal sealed the contest for the home side sending the supporters into frenzy as they book their spot in the semi finals on a 5:3 Aggregate.

 


Red Bull Salzburg

Last night, Red Bull Salzburg produced a performance against Lazio that is worthy of contention of the greatest comebacks in European competition this season. Red Bull Salzburg came into the contest as underdogs after a 2:4 Aggregate in Italy. The first half ended goalless as both teams failed to find the back of the net.

Ciro Immobile puts the visitors in front in the 55th minute with a well taken precious away goal. Red Bull Salzburg showed they had wings as Munas Dabbur scored an equalizer a minute after the opening goal to restore parity.

The home side showed great character and determination as they went on to win the encounter by scoring 3 unreplied goals in 4 minutes. Amadou Haidara 72′, Duje Caleta-Car 74′, Stefan Lainer 76′.

Final score, Red Bull Salzburg 4 Lazio 1. Red Bull Salzburg scale through to the semi’s on 6:5 Aggregate.

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