London: Arsenal moved on to the round of 16 of the European Football Championship, after the precious 1-0 victory over Swiss host, Zurich, on Thursday evening, in the sixth (final) round of prime group matches of the group stage of the continental competition. Arsenal continued to lead the group standings, having increased their tally to 15 points, two points clear of their closest rivals Eindhoven, who beat Norway’s Bodo Glimt 2-1, third-placed with four points, while the balance of Zurich stopped at 3 points, to remain in the rear of the arrangement. Arsenal owes a big thank you to their player Kieran Tierney for achieving this victory, who scored the only goal of the match in the 17th minute. Therefore, PSV Eindhoven should play the extra round (the qualifying round for the round of 16 ), during which he meets one of the Champions League teams, which I moved to play in European League. As for Bodo Glimt, he moved on to the Conference League Championship, where he will play the qualifying round for the round of 16 also in the continental competition. In the second round, Fenerbahce reached the round of 16 after a 2-0 win over Dinamo Kyiv, Ukraine hosts, while France’s Rennes will play the extra role in the tournament after a 1-1 draw with their host, AEK Larnaca. of Cyprus. The Fenerbahce was in lead the group after bringing his score to 14 points, two points ahead of his closest rivals, Rennes, while AEK Larnaca took third place to play in the conference championship and Dynamo Kyiv it was a point behind. In Group C, Roma qualified for the extra round thanks to a 3-1 victory over Bulgarian host Ludogorets Razagrad, while Spain’s Real Betis beat Finland’s Helsinki 3-0. The balance of Betis, qualified for the second round from the last round, has risen to 16 points in lead the standings, 6 points clear of second Rome, and Ludodorets moved up to the Conference League to reach third place with seven points, and Helsinki was in bottom of the ranking by one point. Germany’s Union Berlin secured an extra round ticket after defeating Belgium’s St. Gilois 1-0 in Group D, which saw Portugal Sporting Braga win 2-1 over Swedish host Malmo. Despite the defeat, St. Giloise, who qualified for the round of 16, remained in lead the group with 13 points, one point in more than their closest rivals, Union Berlin, while Sporting Braga finished third, playing in the conference league. and Malmo finished last without a points score.