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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's me done for the night. Join me tomorrow for the start of the Premier League weekend as Southampton take on Bournemouth (20:00 BST kick-off).

    Here's the preview for that game. See ya then!

  2. A night for the youngsters

    Bukayo Saka is the youngest player to score for Arsenal in European competition since October 2008, when Aaron Ramsey (17y 300d) netted against Fenerbahce.

    Mason Greenwood is the first player born in the 2000s to score a senior goal for Manchester United (born in October 2001).

    The average age of Manchester United's starting XI against Astana was 24 years and 145 days - their youngest in a European game since December 2012 (24y 54d v CFR Cluj).

  3. 'Made it hard for ourselves'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Astana

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer: "We made it hard for ourselves. Games like these, you want to make sure you win the game in the first 20 minutes and you can enjoy it.

    "You could see some of our lads needed games but it's pleasing we got the three points. We always know that in and around the box he is one of the best finishers we have got.

    "I'm sure [Mason Greenwood] will go home and be happy with that one. We think today was a great opportunity for them [the young players].

    "We wouldn't throw them in if they weren't ready. Some of them won't play against West Ham but will play against Rochdale midweek.

    "If you want to make it as a Man Utd player you need to handle the fans. Mason won the game for us. Angel [Gomes] did well and [Tahith] Chong showed glimpses. Two clean sheets so now we're looking forward to Sunday.

    "The first four or fives weeks it's just one game a week so you don't really get to utilise everyone."

  4. Reaction from Arsenal's win earlier...

    Eintracht Frankfurt 0-3 Arsenal


    Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka: "I'm so happy to score for Arsenal, it's a dream come true - I have been dreaming of this moment since I was a kid.

    "I just want to keep working hard to make sure I can feel this feeling again."

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery:"We knew tonight was going to be difficult, they fell back very deep and caused us problems early on.

    "We recovered the ball well and the young players showed the confidence to take their chances.

    "Everybody can be happy and continuing in this competition is important, so it was good to get a good win, especially away from home."

  5. 'All the goals are mistakes'

    FT: Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga


    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo: "It is difficult to break down a team. We didn't create much but the chance they had they got it. It's a tough game. We have to keep on going.

    "All the goals are mistakes. If there was perfection there would be no goals. We have to remain calm and move on.

    "We controlled the game and managed well but one of the things we have to improve is to be patient and find a way to break down teams. Individually and as a team we have to raise our standards again.

    "On Sunday we have another challenge [against Crystal Palace]."

  6. Post update

    Neil Johnston has written a developing report on that game at Old Trafford which you can check out here.

    Gary Rose has done the report on Wolves' defeat.

    Earlier, Arsenal beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0 in Germany and Matt Henry has penned some words on that game.

  7. 'We need to be better'

    FT: Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga


    Wolves captain Conor Coady, speaking to BT Sport: "It's disappointing the run we're on. We need to get out of it as quick as possible. It doesn't matter what competition we play in we need to get out of it.

    "It's everyone playing on the pitch. We all need to rectify it. We all need to come together. We should have scored to be honest.

    "We should have kept the clean sheet. We need to be better."

  8. 'Future of the club'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Astana

    Manchester United

    Man Utd midfielder Nemanja Matic, speaking to BT Sport: "It was a hard game. First half we tried to open the game and score a fast goal but they had a solid defence.

    "Second half, when you don't score it is more difficult, but we managed it and it is important to start with three points.

    "It is good for the young players to have the opportunity to play these games. They have to use that, work hard and get more chances.

    "It is great the club give them the chance. I am happy for them. They are young and want to prove they deserve to wear the shirt. They are the future of the club."

  9. Post update

    Rangers 1-0 Feyenoord

    Rangers have just got their Europa League Group G campaign off to a winning start. Sheyi Ojo's superb strike proving the difference between the two sides.

    James Tavernier's penalty miss didn't prove costly as Feyenoord couldn't find a way beyond an inspired Allan McGregor in the second half.

    Reaction from that game is over here.

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    Phil Beck: Pleased for Greenwood but let's be honest, overall, that was pathetic. Their keeper had to make some saves, but the overall lack of creativity and intent is so worrying.


    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    And that's the whistle. No comeback from Wolves. Braga boss Ricardo Sa Pinto is over the moon and leaps up to hug his entire coaching staff.

    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo marches onto the pitch and applauds the home fans. He looks bitterly disappointed.

  12. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    It's swung into the near post but Raul Jimenez' header skims wide of the far post.

  13. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    Not quite. Adama Traore has three players around him but he wins a free-kick! Excellent work from the substitute.

    Joao Moutinho will take the free-kick.


    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    And now Willy Boly gives away a free-kick in the middle. He goes into the book. Is that it for Wolves?

  15. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    Patrick Cutrone spins in the box but his shot is deflected wide. He wants a corner - nothing given.

    It definitely took a touch off the centre-back.

  16. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    Another shot blocked from Raul Jimenez following some neat work from Joao Moutinho on the left.


    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    Ruben Neves has a go from about 20 yards out and catches it nicely. The Braga keeper has to dive low to palm it away to his left.

  18. Satisfactory outcome

    Man Utd 1-0 FC Astana

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Three points, kids played and a goal for a potential star of the future.

    I think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be reasonably pleased by that.

    It wasn't always pretty but the experience in front of over 50,000 supporters will be valuable.


    Man Utd 1-0 Astana

    All over at Old Trafford. Teenager Mason Greenwood has given them the win.


    Wolves 0-1 Sporting Braga

    Six minutes to go at the Molineux. Maybe time isn't quite running out...

    Wolves fan