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Live Reporting

Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Wins in Europe for: Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Leicester.

    Just Manchester United letting the English contingent down.

    Head here to read all the reports

    Head here to listen to the Football Daily Podcast

    The relentless action keeps on coming, with Brighton v Burnley and Southampton v Newcastle on Friday.

    Until then.

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  2. 'The players that have come in have been outstanding'

    Leicester 4-0 Braga

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, speaking to BT Sport: "We had to work for it and in the end we were very good. In the second half we were very dynamic and created a number of chances.

    "Kelechi is a boy I see every day in training and when I put him in he gives his all. He is a boy that is always ready. Jamie is one of the best strikers in the world but he plays his part in making sure we continue our momentum.

    "There are no selection headaches, the players that have come in have been absolutely outstanding. It is a long season and we need them all.

    "James Maddison was excellent tonight. It was good for him to get 90 minutes as well."

  3. Stat attack

    Leicester 4-0 Braga

    Leicester City

    • Leicester City scored four goals in a European match for the first time since their first ever match in Europe, when they won 4-1 against Glenavon in the Cup Winners' Cup in 1961.
    • Leicester’s James Maddison registered his first assist in 31 matches in all competitions, last doing so back in December 2019 against Aston Villa.
    • Kelechi Iheanacho has been directly involved in six goals in two Europa League starts (3 goals, 3 assists) for Leicester this season.
  4. 'Quality players are giving the manager a headache'

    Leicester City

    Leicester midfielder James Maddison tells BT Sport: "I think we were good today. I think we were solid. The gaffer was not happy with a couple of things at half time tactically.

    "We worked so hard for this last season. It is nights like this we do that for and long may it continue.

    "We have a good squad. We have a lot of quality in depth. If you look at the injury list we have a few key players out, some are on their way back and I think the manager is going to need to take a paracetamol with the headache he is going to have."

    Disappointed not to make England squad? "Yes, if I am being honest. I want to be in the England squad. It is dream since I was a kid and I have had a taste of it. I can't control the England squad, I can only focus on my form for Leicester and we are second in the Premier League and three out of three in the Europa League."

  5. 'A good performance' from Willock

    Arsenal 4-1 Molde


    Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tells BT Sport: "It was really important for us to win tonight and go top of the group. We had a convincing victory and the boys tried to go for them from the first minute. We went a goal behind but it was about the reaction, we created lot of chances.

    "If they did not score the own goals, we had players there for the tap in. We could sustain attacks and we did not want to let them run on the counter because they are a threat.

    "I really like the approach that the younger players are having for each game, they want to make the difference, they are playing with a lot of personality.

    "Joe Willock could have scored more, he created a goal and a good performance. Keep doing what he is doing consistently and his chance will arrive (in the Premier League)."

  6. Post update

    "I'm just taking it game by game."


  7. 'I have to keep learning'

    Arsenal 4-1 Molde


    Arsenal scorer Joe Willock, speaking to BT Sport: "In the first half they started really sharp and we had to stick with it. We didn't get frustrated."

    On his goal to make it 4-1: "I had a couple of chances earlier in the game but I wasn't making a mistake with that one."

    On Eddie Nketiah's offside goal: "Eddie snuck in front of me. I didn't think Eddie was offside."

    On yet to make a Premier League appearance this season: "I'm just taking it game by game. It's part of my journey and I'm just a kid. I have to keep learning. I'm trying to work hard and when I get a chance in the Premier League, hopefully I can do the same thing."

  8. Post update

    He should have mentioned, "there are no easy games at this level".

  9. Post update

    Leicester 4-0 Braga

    "Keep working in training."

    "Great squad."

    "Everyone doing their best."

    "Enjoy it today but focus on Premier League now."

    "Hope we can keep winning."

    I mean, are there any cliches that Kelechi Iheanacho has missed in that interview? He's got them all covered hasn't he?

  10. 'I hope we can keep our winning run going"

    Leicester 4-0 Braga

    Leicester City

    Leicester striker Kelechi Iheanacho, speaking to BT Sport: “I just need to keep working in training and doing my job. We have a great squad and everyone is doing his best.

    “This game is gone now. We enjoy it today but we focus on the Premier League now. I hope we can keep our winning run going."

  11. Stat attack

    Arsenal 4-1 Molde


    • Nicolas Pepe, £72m man, has had a hand in eight goals in nine Europa League appearances since joining Arsenal (4 goals, 4 assists), scoring in back-to-back games in the competition for the first time.
    • Arsenal have avoided defeat in 60% of their matches when conceding first under manager Mikel Arteta, winning four and drawing two of 10 such games (L4).
    • Norwegian teams have lost 21 of their 23 away games vs English sides in all European competition (D2), netting 14 goals and conceding 104 in those games.
  12. Post update

    Still at half time between Villarreal and Maccabi Tel Aviv.

    The tweet below is the reason why.

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  13. Post update

    Hoping there will be some quotes on these games.

    It's the Europa League so you never know if they'll stay on the coverage or switch it to WWE.


    Leicester 4-0 Braga

    Plenty to Braga-bout for Leicester, they dispatch the Portuguese side with ease.


    Arsenal 4-1 Molde

    Took a while to get going but Arsenal get the job done in the end.

  16. Post update

    Arsenal 4-1 Molde

    Great cross by Bukayo Saka but Eddie Nketiah heads wide.

  17. GOAL - Arsenal 4-1 Molde

    Joe Willock

    Arsenal hit four as well.

    Joe Willock gets the goal his performance deserves, latching on to £72m man Nicolas Pepe's through ball and converting a confident finish into the roof of the net.

  18. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 3-1 Molde

    This would have made it a nervy final few minutes for Arsenal as Leke James' shot deflects off David Luiz and drops into the side netting.

  19. GOAL - Leicester 4-0 Braga

    James Maddison

    Fantastic four for Leicester as James Maddison gets in on the act, tip-toeing his way through the Braga defence to finish.


    Maddison scores