Round up from Matchday 2 of the 2019/2020 UEFA Europa League all over Europe.
Sevilla emerged victorious in Group A with former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on target against APOEL who suffered a second loss.
FC Copenhagen drew 1-1 in a cross-border derby in Sweden against Malmo to lead Group B with four points, the same as Dynamo Kiev who drew 0-0 in Lugano.
Humble Spanish outfit Getafe have six points from two games in Group C with Angel scoring twice in Krasnodar while Basel are second after a 2-2 draw away to Turkish club Trabzonspor.
PSV Eindhoven are another club on maximum points from two games after a comfortable 4-1 victory away to Rosenborg in Group D.
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In the same group, Sporting came from a goal down to beat Austrian minnows LASK 2-1 in Lisbon. Scottish champions Celtic moved top of Group E as they avenged a UEFA Champions League third qualifying defeat against Romanian side Cluj, winning 2-0 in Glasgow.
Lazio beat French club Rennes in the same group to get off the mark after losing to Cluj. Group G looks like being a real dogfight with all four sides on three points after Feyenoord’s 2-0 win over Porto and Young Boys beating Steven Gerrard’s Rangers 2-1.
Jens Toornstra and Rick Karsdorp scored for Feyenoord in a lively second half. Bulgaria’s Ludogorets remained 100 percent in Group H with a 3-0 win away to Hungary’s Ferencvaros.
Espanyol are second with four points after their win in Russia. In Group I, Wolfsburg drew 1-1 in St Etienne to stay top alongside Gent who also drew 1-1 away to Oleksandriya.
Group J has Roma and Wolfsburg leading after their 1-1 draw. A stoppage-time winner by Willy Boly gave Wolves a 1-0 win away to Besiktas ——- their first points in Group K.
Slovan Bratislava and Braga drew 2-2 to move to four points.