Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.


  1. Ramsey opens scoring for Gunners, Torreira shot deflects in off Koulibaly
  2. Alonso heads in for Chelsea with five mins to go in Prague
  3. Hazard & Kante come off bench for Blues in second half
  4. Benfica beat Eintracht Frankfurt & Valencia win at Villarreal in other ties

Live Reporting

By Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  • Send a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)
  • Twitter: Use the hashtag
  • Facebook:
  1. ''It's going to be different at Napoli'

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery: "The first 90 minutes here we can impose a big plan. They can control ball with possession. They had one chance in the first half then two chances in second half.

    "We deserved a third goal.

    "Away there is going to be different. We need to be focused and clear. No more confident than we need."

  2. 'We are totally confident we can turn this around'

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti speaking to BT Sport: "We didn't start well. The first half was not good and difficult to come back. The result is difficult to change but we have 90 minutes again.

    "There were two different games [tonight]. The first half we were really bad.

    "We will try to play 90 minutes in Napoli.

    "The two goals we conceded were from two mistakes. We were a little bit worried at the beginning. Fortunately we have the possibility to change that at home.

    "We could score one goal [tonight], but it's 2-0 and we have to think about the next game.

    "We are totally confident [to turn the match around] with our supporters in our own stadium."

  3. Valencia in the hot seat

    Villarreal 1-3 Valencia

    View more on twitter

    It was quite a match at Villarreal - two Valencia goals in stoppage time!!

  4. Get Involved


    Dylan Lingham: Watching Napoli tonight confirms why Juventus always win Serie A. They are the second best team in Italy and have been absolutely dreadful. Sloppy passing, giving the ball away cheaply and can't finish off attacks.

  5. 'We had to dig in'

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey to BT Sport: "To keep a clean sheet and score a couple of goals is a lovely way to start the first leg. We’re delighted with that.

    "We suffered a lot. They’re a good team and keep the ball well. We had to dig in.

    "I should have scored in the second half again. We can go into the second leg with a little bit of a cushion. But we know it will be a difficult place to go.

    "They were unlucky not to go through [in the Champions League]. They are a quality team. They’re a tough team to play against. We have given ourselves a great opportunity."

    Aaron Ramsey
  6. Get Involved


    Zak: good to see both Arsenal and Chelsea winning, although I have to ask whether Insigne was born in an offside position or he is ignoring the offside rule for the fun of it.

  7. Chelsea bar three people from entering Slavia stadium

    Slavia Prague 0-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea prevented three people from entering the stadium for Thursday's Europa League quarter-final at Slavia Prague after a video appeared to show them making abusive comments about Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.

    Liverpool said the video shows "vile discriminatory chants" and is "dangerous and disturbing."

    Three of the six people in the video were identified and barred.

    Chelsea are working to identify the other three, who did not turn up.

    The Stamford Bridge club are working with police and the other three individuals face bans if they are found to be season ticket holders or members.

    Liverpool said they are working with Merseyside Police and Chelsea.

    More on this story here.


    All over in Spain and Portugal.

    Valencia have won 3-1 at Villarreal - the winners of this tie face Arsenal or Napoli in the semi-finals - while Benfica have triumphed 10-man Eintracht Frankfurt 4-2 in Lisbon where teenager Joao Felix is taking home the match ball after a brilliant hat-trick.


    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    A superb win for the Gunners who, perhaps more importantly, prevent the Italian side of grabbing an away goal - they did have their chances.

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli
  10. Tie over?

    Villarreal are sinking faster than a yellow submarine!

    Goncalo Guedes make it 3-1 to visitors Valencia.

    Late, late drama in Spain.


    Slavia Prague 0-1 Chelsea

    There are no seconds remaining.

    Chelsea pinch it.

    It wasn't vintage Blues, but it was vintage Sarri.

    Slavia Prague 0-1 Chelsea
  12. Post update

    Slavia Prague 0-1 Chelsea

    There are (a minimum of) 20 seconds remaining at the Eden Arena.

  13. Valencia back in the lead

    Who said the Europa League was lacking drama?

    A stunner from great Dane Daniel Wass puts Valencia 2-1 ahead at Villarreal in the dying moments.

    That could be crucial.

    Daniel Wass
  14. Post update

    Stoppage o'clock in London and Prague.

  15. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    Arsenal are hanging on to their two-goal lead a little.

    Adam Ounas speeds down the right after latching on to Kalidou Koulibaly ball from deep.

    However, his shot from an angle is blocked by Petr Cech at his near post.

    Moments later, parts of the stadium erupt as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fires a shot that has the net rippling, but as a result of it hitting it at the side.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

    Arsenal 2-0 Napoli

    Lorenzo "Offside" Insigne is replaced by Amin Younes and Piotr Zielinski makes way for Adam Ounas.