Europa League Live Scores, Highlights, Results: Swansea vs. Kuban & More
Europa League, Matchday 3 Live!
Recap of all the action on Thursday night
Major matches at a glance:
FC Sheriff 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur (13'—Vertonghen, 75'—Defoe)
Real Betis 1-0 Vitoria de Guimaraes (50'—Vadillo)
Swansea 1-1 Kuban Krasnodar (68'—Michu, 90+3'—Cisse)
Valencia 5-1 St. Gallen (12'—Alcacer, 21', 30'—Cartabia, 33'—Costa, 71'—Canales, 74'—Nater)
Dinamo Zagreb 0-0 PSV Eindhoven
Fiorentina 3-0 Pandurii (26'—Joaquin, 34'—Ryder Matos, 69'—Cuadrado)
That wraps up our coverage of the UEFA Europa League for the night. Stay tuned for a recap of all the action and some opinion pieces too!
Swansea 1-1 Kuban
Pacos 0-2 Dnipro
Dinamo 0-0 PSV
Salzburg 2-1 Liege
Frankfurt 2-0 M. Tel-Aviv
Wigan 1-1 Rubin Kazan
Valencia 5-1 St. Gallen
Elfsboth 1-2 Esbjerg
Zulte Waregem 1-3 Maribor
Bordeaux 2-1 APOEL
Chornomorets 0-1 Ludogorets
GOAL! CRITICAL GOAL!
Smiles have been torn from Swansea faces as Kuban net a 93rd-minute equaliser in South Wales!
Liege bite back, Mujangi Bia notches a penalty to make it 2-1 against Salzburg!
We're into the final minutes of all our games now..any late goals afloat?
That wraps up two results.
Dnipro have scored a quick-fire second in Portugal, while Salzburg are now 2-0 up over Standard Liege!
It's an important one in Group E, as Dnipro take the lead in the 83rd minute away to Pacos de Ferreira!
Toivonen so close with a header, great save by Dinamo keeper— Dutch Football (@football_oranje) October 24, 2013
Elfsborg are not dead and buried just yet. They've clawed one back against Esbjerg.
Fiorentina are now 3-0 up at home to Pandurii, and Valencia have scored a fifth goal against St. Gallen.
GOOOOOOOOOOOL DE MICHU!!!!!
Swansea take the lead at home to Kuban Krasnodar as Michu fires home!
It had all gone quiet there, we were a bit worried.
Esbjerg have gone 2-0 up at Elfsborg! It's Andreason again!
Still goalless at the Liberty, but not for the want of trying:
64' Neat build-up down the left edge of the box sees Michu shoot into the side netting. Kuban keeper Belenov still without a save to make.— Swansea City FC (@SwansOfficial) October 24, 2013
Another red card. Could this night be nicknamed black Thursday in years to come?
Maribor, fresh from taking a 3-1 lead, have seen Milec sent off for a second bookable offense.
Salzburg take the lead at home to Liege in the 10 vs. 10 battle, and Eintracht Frankfurt have added to their tally despite playing with a man less themselves! Meier will the goal for the German outfit.
First goal of the second halves goes to Maribor, who are now pulling away from Zulte Waregem to the tune of a 3-1 scoreline!
We are underway!
Second halves of all late kick-off games are a go!
Swansea 0-0 Kuban
Pacos 0-0 Dnipro
Dinamo Zagreb 0-0 PSV
Salzburg 0-0 Standard Liege
Fiorentina 2-0 Pandurii
Frankfurt 1-0 Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Wigan 1-1 Rubin
Valencia 4-0 St. Gallen
Elfsborg 0-1 Esbjerg
Zulte Waregem 1-2 Maribor
Bordeaux 1-1 APOEL
Cornomorets 0-1 Ludogorets
Getting ridiculous, this is.
After Standard Liege see a man sent off, their opponents Salzburg suffer a similar fate as Mané receives his marching orders.
Nick Powell, on loan at Wigan from Man Utd, has levelled matters against Rubin Kazan!
Standard Liege have also lost a man to two yellow cards, Carcela-Gonzalez the man who's off.
Remember Tal Ben-Haim? He's been sent off in the 34th minute for receiving two yellow cards. Frankfurt down to 10.
Fiorentina are now 2-0 up over Pandurii, Ryder Matos with the goal!
It's getting silly now. Ricardo Costa nets a fourth for Valencia against St. Gallen.
Zulte Waregem have conceded a second to Maribor, who currently lead in Belgium.
It's a mauling at Mestalla. Valencia are now 3-0 up over St. Gallen, with Cartabia grabbing his second of the night!
Fiorentina finally make the breakthrough at home to Pandurii, as Joaquin fires them ahead.
Bordeaux hit the scoresheet! Sané has netted against APOEL Nicosia, who you may remember as a surprise UEFA Champions League team a few years back.
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