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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    A good Thursday for Arsenal, Wolves and Celtic.

    A bad Thursday for Manchester United and Rangers.

    Head here to read the reports

    We are back on Friday for Championship action between Birmingham and Middlesbrough.

    Until then.

  2. 'We can take confidence from this'

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    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery on BT Sport: "To have six points after the two matches, it’s really important. We can take confidence. We were consistent over the 90 minutes and we can take a lot of positivity from tonight’s game. The players, when they did all they can like tonight, it is perfect. We did a lot of good, we can analyse to continue to improve. It's a fantastic victory."

    On things they can improve on: "We played with intensity but then we conceded some possession but we kept the clean sheet. We can improve in how to keep the ball and make more chances but for the players today, they are very tired after playing on Monday and they still played fantastic, it's a fantastic victory."

    On playing young players: "We have to give the chances to the young players and they take them. They are close to playing for us at the highest levels. They showed tonight that they can perform and they can score. They are playing well, it’s good."

  3. Post update

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    Arsenal boss Unai Emery calls it a "fantastic result and a fantastic victory".

    Full quotes to come.

  4. Post update

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    Unai Emery coming up.

    We will try our best to pick up what he is saying.

  5. 'We have a manager who wants to play youngsters'

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    Arsenal

    Arsenal goalscorer Joe Willock on BT Sport: "One of my targets is to get more goals in my game and it’s even better that my goal and my team's goals has also come with a clean sheet.

    "The manager told us to keep going even if it’s three or four nil. We want to get the ball back and get more goals. He drills that into us.

    "We have a manager here who wants to play youngsters and I have to make sure I take my chances and prove why that is the way forward."

  6. Elsewhere in Europe...

    Former Arsenal youngster Donyell Malen scored twice as PSV won 4-1 at Rosenborg.

    The 20-year-old has scored 12 goals in his last eight PSV games, as well as netting on his Netherlands debut against Germany.

    They remain top of Group D, above Sporting Lisbon, who beat LASK 2-1.

  7. 'It's one of the best feelings to be back'

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    Arsenal

    Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin on BT Sport: "The team had a great performance. It’s a very important win for us. We played 100% and wanted to get more goals. We wanted to press, the team is hungry, the team wants to win and wants to improve and I am very pleased for the boys."

    On Gabriel Martinelli: "He has been a player, he keeps his head down, he works really hard, he is doing what the coach wants him to do and it shows on the pitch. Everyone is really pleased for him."

    On coming back from injury: "It’s one of the best feelings to be back, it has made me more mature, it has made me a better player I am so thankful for everyone around me, they have made it easier for me and I am now happy to be back playing football."

  8. In Arsenal's group...

    Eintracht Frankfurt have beaten Vitoria Guimaraes 1-0 with France Under-21 centre-back Evan N'Dicka scoring the only goal in the first half.

    They are three points behind Arsenal in Group F.

  9. Stat attack

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    • Arsenal have won six consecutive home European matches (excluding qualifiers) for the first time in the Emirates era – their longest such run since winning seven in a row between March 2001 and February 2002 at Highbury.
    • Arsenal’s starting line-up against Standard Liege had an average age of 22 years and 350 days; the second youngest in Arsenal's European history after Olympiakos away in December 2009 at 21 years and 215 days.
    • Arsenal boss Unai Emery has won 19 of his last 21 home Europa League matches across spells with Sevilla and the Gunners (W19 D1 L1), including the last six in a row.
  10. Elsewhere in Europe...

    Celtic got some revenge against Cluj, who knocked them out of Champions League qualifying in August, with a 2-0 Europa League win.

    That takes them to the top of Group E, above Lazio and Rennes.

    Follow reaction to that one here.

  11. Post update

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    Good from the Liege players, outclassed and heavily beaten but still having the time to go over and applaud their travelling supporters.

  12. FULL-TIME

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    All over, a very comfortable evening for Unai Emery's side.

    Arsenal boss Unai Emery
  13. CLOSE!

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    Here it is, the hat-trick....noooooooo!!

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang chips the ball into the box for the onrushing Gabriel Martinelli to head in from six yards out, but the Arsenal teenager is nudged by his own team-mate Nicolas Pepe and the ball skims off his head.

    Gutted.

  14. CLOSE!

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    Liege have not had much to cheer about tonight...

    ...and still don't.

    Sub Selim Amallah side-foots over from the edge of the area.

  15. INJURY TIME

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    Three minutes added on.

  16. CLOSE!

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    Close to a second for Dani Ceballos, but heading straight at goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic from eight yards out.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then digs out a shot which flies just wide.

  17. Post update

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    Gabriel Martinelli running out of time to get his hat-trick.

  18. YELLOW CARD

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    Liege defender Mergim Vojvoda into the book for a nasty hack on Gabriel Martinelli.

    That's one way to stop him.

  19. Elsewhere in Europe...

    Lazio have come from behind against Rennes, with Ciro Immobile putting them 2-1 up - that's the Italy striker's sixth goal in seven games this season.

  20. CLOSE!

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    "MEGS!"

    Gabriel Martinelli through the legs of Liege defender Mergim Vojvoda and feeding Nicolas Pepe, but the £72m man's shot is hacked off the line.

    In comes skipper Hector Bellerin, but he blasts wide.