We started with the big game of the night, which didn’t disappoint anyone either. A rain of goals between Olympique de Marseille and Ajax de Amsterdam, which It started with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s goal from a penalty in the 9th minute but Bryan Brobbey replicated it in the next game for the visitors. Hancel Mbemba later put the Gauls ahead in the 26th minute but it was not until the first half hour of the match, Brobbey himself equalizing again. But in the second half, right from the start we saw what was the best goal in this UEL. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s sublime bicycle kick put the French forward. In the 63rd minute the visitors were left one short due to the dismissal of Steven Berghuis, but Chuba Akpom would equalize in the 79th minute BUT A late penalty would have allowed Aubameyang to score a hat-trick and his side to win to seal their pass to the next round, and gain an advantage to fight for first place on the sixth day.
At Anfield, on the other hand, Liverpool started the early match against LASK Linz with Luis Díaz’s header goals in the 12th minute and Cody Gakpo quarter of an hour in a meeting clearly decided in favor of red ones. A victory was expected and Mohamed Salah did his bit by scoring in the 52nd minute‘, with Cody Gakpo shooting down the post later, although he would make up for it in the end by scoring a double to increase the score. In any case, for the English it is a method of completion that will seal their place as the first in the group.
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We now jump to Switzerland as Servette hosts AS Roma in a dry battle for José Mourinho’s team, who However, they dominated the break with Romelu Lukaku’s goal in the 21st minute, the only one of the first action. But the second part is just beginning, Bedia tied the Swiss a result that, although it classified José Mourinho’s team, moved them away from first place with the last day remaining.
And in the last match we reviewed today, Bayer Leverkusen visited Häcken. A game that will also be a challenge for the Germans Victor Boniface’s goal in the 14th minute. And until 74′ we did not meet another goal when Patrik Schick within that area he scored the second that sealed the victory for Xabi Alonso’s team, which mathematically leads the group.
Results of the fifth day
Olympique Marseille 4 – 3 Ajax Amsterdam
Rangers 1 – 1 Aris Limassol
Liverpool 4 – 0 LASK Linz
Toulouse 0 – 0 Union St-Gilloise
Villarreal 3 – 2 Panathinaikos
Servette 1 – 1 AS Roma
Sheriff Tiraspol 2 – 3 Slavia de Praga
BK Häcken 0 – 2 Bayer Leverkusen
Molde 2 – 2 FK Qarabag