Europa League | AC Milan, Tottenham and Leicester City tie the top spots

Tottenham earns first place

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The Tottenham the lead tonight on his visit to Royal Antwerp Belgian, leader of group J at the beginning of the night. Those of José Mourinho wanted to confirm their good progress in the Premier League also in Europe, which is why they came out with a highly competitive team, with Gareth Bale as one of the referents in attack. And the Spurs carried the weight of the match, without finding the goal in the first half, although they had clear chances.

But it was in the second half when the London club finally could or knew how to impose its quality on the scoreboard. First It was opened by Carlos Vinicius in the 56th minute, when he finished off a rebound by the rival goal after a great free kick by Gareth Bale. And a quarter of an hour later it was Giovani Lo Celso who scored after a great assist from Harry Kane.

AC Milan complies and Celtic helps

AC Milan visited Sparta Prague tonight with qualification tied up but waiting to find a victory that, combined with a stumble from Lille, would give them first place. Y Stefano Pioli’s men performed well in an attractive first half, when Jens Hauge opened the scoring in the 22nd minute after a great personal move.

The second half passed in an almost similar way, with the advantage also for the Italians of living the final minutes with one more player. In addition, good news came from Glasgow because Celtic ended up beating Lille and therefore combined that result with victory. rossonera, the transalpinos took the first place.

Leicester City win with authority

And the other great in Europe who was looking for the first place tonight was the Leicester City, who soon managed to channel his duel at home before the AEK de Atenas, clearly inferior. And it is that the early goals of Ünder and Barnes in just two minutes (12 ‘and 14’), left the victory quite on track for the foxes a few minutes after the start of the duel. In fact the marker would no longer move.


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