European overview: Roma defeated Jose Mourinho met 6-1 in Bodo/Glimt | Football news

Jose Mourinho suffered one of the most embarrassing defeats of his career as a Roma was thrashed met 6-1 at minnows Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League.

Roma traveled to Northern Norway to renew their 100 percent start in Group C but their many-changed side were humiliated on the artificial surface at Aspmyra Stadium.

Erik Botheim’s eighth minute opener and Patrick Berg’s thunderous effort set the hosts in control within 20 minutes. Carles Perez cut the deficit in half shortly before the halfhour sign, got it back in the game, Roma imploded after halftime.

Botheim’s second restored Bodo/Glimt’s two-goal advantage and for Ola Solbakken’s double, of side of Amahl Pellegrino’s strike, saw a Mourinho side to admit six times for the first time in the illustrious 1008-game managerial career.

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  • a Norwegian side has scored 4+ goals against an Italian team for the very first time in European competitions – the previous record used to be back in the 1994/95 cup winners’ cup, with a 3-2 win for Bodø/Glimt against sampdoria.
  • a Norwegian side has won a European competition match against an Italian team for the first time since December 1996: a Rosenborg Champions League win against AC Milan.
  • AS Roma has lost game met a margin of 5 goals for the first time since January 2019 (1-7 in Coppa Italy against Fiorentina) and in European competitions since November 2015 (1-6 in Champions League against Barcelona).
  • Having Bodø/Glimt found the net with their very first shot on target fired in the game against AS Roma.

Europa Conference League: win for Rennes, PAOK & Feyenoord

Elsewhere in the Europa Conference League on Thursday, Rennes moved up of Group G with seven points after a 2-1 win at Slovenia Mura.

Meanwhile, 10-man Copenhagen lost met 2-1 by PAOK after goalkeeper Kamil Grabara immediately got red card nine minutes in the game for handball outside the area.

Brazilian defender Sidcley and forward Andrija Ivkovic scored a goal a piece in the first half to send the Greek side to the top of Group F with seven points, one more than Copenhagen.

in Rotterdam, Feyenoord defeat Union Berlin 3-1 na forward Alireza Jahanbakhsh opened the from close range score range with his fourth goal since his transfer from Brighton. Bryan Linssen doubled the lead, for Union Berlin’s forward Taiwo Awoniyic reduced it on one with his 10th goal of The season in all competitions. Luis Sinisterra scored Feyenoord’s third goal in the second half.

Law enforcement in Rotterdam arrested about 60 Union Berlin fans in to the begin of the evening and said they wanted to confront Feyenoord supporters.

A day before, a group of Union officials, including President Dirk Zingler, were attacked in a bar in Rotterdam.

The win earned the hosts the top place in Group E with seven points. Berlin’s bottom with three.

Europa League: ten-man Lyon comeback to stun Sparta

ten men Lyon earned third win in a row for remain, by with West Ham, the last two teams in Europes second-low competition with a perfect one record after Ligue 1 side came off two goals down defeat Sparta Prague 4-3 away.

Sparta led met 2-0 in Prague after Luk Harasln scored twice in the opening 19 minutes, the first goals die Lyon had conceded in the competition.

But Karl Toko Ekambi pulled one back after collecting a by ball in first-half injury time and Houssem Aouar made eight minutes in the right second half. Substitute Lucas Paquet puts the French side forward with An left-foot shot in the roof of the net in the 67th minute, before Lyon defender Malo Gusto was sent off off with to be second yellow card.

Toko Ekambi still extended the lead after he was left unmarked in the area, before substitute Ladislav Krejc scored a consolation goal for Sparta in down time.

Lyon top Group A, five points forward of Sparta, while Rangers is third on three points after beating danish club Brondby 2-0.

Lorenzo Insigne and substitutes Victor Osimhen and Matteo Politano all scored on give Serie A leaders Naples a 3-0 win over Legia Warsaw for the Italian team’s first win in Group C.

Meanwhile, after beating Italian champions Inter Milan met 3-1 in the weekend, Lazio was held to a 0-0 draw against French side Marseille, who pulled his third straight game in Group E.

in Seville, Real Betis and Bayer Leverkusen both scored late to draw 1-1. Borja Iglesias put Betis ahead from the spot in the 75th minute, with Leverkusen equalized seven minutes later via a deflected shot from Robert Andrich. Betis and Leverkusen are on top of Group G with seven points.

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