Europa League Goals Reload - Episode 10Mar 18
Europa League 2020/21 Matchday 5: Highlights, match reports and replays
Tottenham and Rangers progress, Arsenal welcome back fans in style, Leicester fail to seal top spot and Celtic blow a two-goal lead.
Tottenham join Arsenal, Leicester and Rangers in the last 32 of the Europa League despite drawing away at LASK.
The Foxes fell to defeat meaning they'll have to wait to find out if they've sealed top spot in the group until Matchday 6.
Celtic, already out of the competition, threw away a two-goal lead as their miserable run continues.
Arsenal treated 2,000 supporters at the Emirates stadium to a comfortable 4-1 defeat of Rapid Vienna, while Rangers booked their place in the last 32 with a 3-2 win over Standard Liege.
Read on, or jump to the game of your choice, for reports and highlights from all five British representatives.
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AC Milan 4-2 Celtic
Zorya Luhansk 1-0 Leicester
LASK 3-3 Tottenham
Rangers 3-2 Standard Liege
Arsenal 4-1 Rapid Vienna
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AC Milan 4-2 Celtic - Watch replay
Celtic’s troubled season continued as they surrendered a two-goal lead to lose 4-2 to AC Milan in their Europa League dead rubber in the San Siro.
The off-form Scottish champions had already been knocked out of the competition by the time they travelled to Italy but they stunned the home side with goals from Tom Rogic and Odsonne Edouard in the first 13 minutes.
However, season-long defensive frailties soon returned and goals in quick succession from Turkish striker Hakan Calhanoglu and Spaniard Samuel Castillejo had the home side level before the break.
Norwegian attacker Jens Petter Hauge scored a fine third five minutes after the interval and in the 82nd minute Milan substitute Brahim Diaz added a fourth to leave the Parkhead side with one point from five Group H games.
Zorya Luhansk 1-0 Leicester City - Watch replay
Leicester have work to do in their final game if they are to win their Europa League group after a much-changed side were beaten 1-0 by Zorya Luhansk in Ukraine.
Substitute Allahyar Sayyadmanesh scored six minutes from time to inflict a first defeat on the Foxes in the competition. They remain top of Group G thanks to their head-to-head record against Braga and will finish first if they win at home to AEK Athens in their final group game.
However, a cause for concern for boss Brendan Rodgers will be the injury that forced off Caglar Soyuncu just 16 minutes into his return, following a six-week absence with a groin problem.
LASK 3-3 Tottenham - Watch replay
Tottenham secured their passage into the Europa League knockout stage with a game to spare, but only after an off-colour showing in a 3-3 draw away to LASK in Group J.
Penalties from Gareth Bale and substitute Dele Alli sandwiched Son Heung-min’s 12th strike of the season on a difficult night for Spurs in Austria.
The hosts were worthy of a point while questions could be asked of one-time England goalkeeper Joe Hart for two of the LASK goals.
He could do nothing about Mamoudou Karamoko’s wonderful equaliser in the third minute of added time at the end of the contest – and despite drama aplenty, Jose Mourinho’s side did enough and can now focus on Sunday’s derby with Arsenal.
Rangers 3-2 Standard Liege - Watch replay
Rangers overcame their stiffest examination yet as they booked their place in the last 32 of the Europa League with a 3-2 win over Standard Liege.
On a night of milestones, the Light Blues marked Allan McGregor’s record-breaking 83rd European appearance for the club with their 150th win in continental competition to seal qualification with a game to spare.
It also mean boss Steven Gerrard – who was overseeing his 40th Europa League game in charge of Gers – has now masterminded progression to the group stages for the second year running and with it a much needed cash bonanza.
Arsenal 4-1 Rapid Vienna - Watch replay
Arsenal supporters returned to the Emirates Stadium on Thursday night and watched their side ease to a Europa League victory over Rapid Vienna.
Already assured of qualification to the knockout stages, a comfortable 4-1 win inspired by a fine Alexandre Lacazette opener means the Gunners top Group B.
But the result played second fiddle to the return of fans to top-flight football, as 2,000 spectators were spaced out – the first supporters to watch a game here in nine months.
Red Star Belgrade 0-0 Hoffenheim