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Europa League: Alario contributed to Bayer Leverkusen’s win

Forward Lucas Alario contributed this Thursday a penalty goal for the bulky 4-0 victory of his team, Bayer Leverkusen from Germany, away on Celtic Glasgow from Scotland, for the second date of the group stage of the Europa League.

In addition to Alario -that He was summoned to the Argentine National Team for the next triple date of the South American Qualifiers– The Ecuadorian Piero Hincapié, the French Armine Adli and the German Florian Wirtz scored.

At the Olympic Stadium in Rome from Italy, Lazio -which had Gonzalo Escalante and Luka Romero among its substitutes- defeated Lokomotiv Moscow 2-0. The goals were converted by the Spanish Patric Gabarrón and the Croatian Toma Basic.

For its part, at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium, Napoli lost 3-2 to Spartak Moscow, who had among its headlines to Ezequiel Ponce, former Newell’s Old Boys.
The local goals were scored by the Macedonian Elif Elmas and the Nigerian Victor Osimhen, while for the Russians, the Dutch Quincy Promes (twice) and Mikhail Ignatov scored.

In addition, at the Groupama Arena Budapest from Hungary, the local Ferencvaros fell 3-1 with Betis from the Chilean Manuel Pellegrini, that it got among its headlines to Germán Pezzella, while Guido Rodríguez joined the complement.

For the Andalusians, the French Nabil Fekir, the American Henry Wingo against and Cristian Tello scored; discounted the Albanian Myrto Uzuni for the Hungarians.

In another meeting at the London Stadium in England, the store West Ham -that has an ideal score and where Manuel Lanzini entered the complement- defeated 2-0 Rapid Vienna of Austria with goals from Briton Declan Rice and Algerian Mohamed Said Benrahma.

Finally, at the Velodrome in Marseille, the Olympique from France, led by Jorge Sampaoli, drew 0-0 with Galatasaray from Turkey. The defender Leonardo Balerdi (ex Boca Juniors) He was among the local substitutes.

Other results

Sparta Prague (Czech Republic) 1-Rangers (Scotland) 0; Olympique Lyon (France) 3-Brondby (Denmark) 0; Sturm Graz (Austria) 1-PSV (Netherlands) 4; Real Sociedad (Spain) 1-Monaco (France) 1; Legia Warsaw (Poland) 1-Leicester (England) 0;
Fenerbahce (Turkey) 0-Olympiakos (Greece) 3; Antwerp (Belgium) 0-Frankfurt (Germany) 1; Sporting Braga (Portugal) 3-Midtjylland (Denmark) 1; Ludogorets (Bulgaria) 0-Red Star (Serbia) 1; Genk (Belgium) 0-Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) 3.


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