Check Out Now the Europa League results in Today We now know who will compete in the Europa League semi-finals.
This is what happened on another exciting night of Hankook play.
Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (5-1 on aggregate)
Pépé scored in the 18th minute, Lacazette (PEN) in the 21st minute, 77th minute, and Saka in the 25th minute.
After easily dispatching Slavia Prague, Arsenal have set up a semi-final meeting with former boss Unai Emery.
Nicolas Pépé put Arsenal ahead with a calm finish after shrugging off a defender to push the ball home at the near post, and Alexandre Lacazette added the second from the penalty spot.
In the first 25 minutes, Bukayo Saka took the game out of reach with a perfect left-footed finish into the bottom corner.
Mikel Arteta will tackle his predecessor, who is now in charge of Villarreal, in the last four since Lacazette scored his second 13 minutes from time.
Manchester United defeated Granada 2-0. (4-0 on aggregate)
Cavani (OG) 6′ , Vallejo (OG) 90+1
Manchester United advanced to the final four after Edinson Cavani’s early goal extended their advantage from the first leg at Old Trafford.
After latching on to Paul Pogba’s knock down inside the penalty box, Cavani volleyed home his 50th goal in European competitions, before Jess Vallejo turned Juan Mata’s flick on into his own net in the final minute.
During Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure as boss, the Red Devils have reached their fifth semi-final.
Ajax 1-1 Roma (2-3 on aggregate)
Deko (72′) and Brobbey (49′) scored.
Thanks to Edin Deko’s deciding second-half penalty, Roma survived a valiant Ajax comeback to reach the semi-finals.
With a chipped finish after catching Perr Schuurs’ raking pass, Brian Brobbey came off the bench to get the Eredivisie leaders right back into the game.
After being sent to the field side control by VAR, referee Anthony Taylor called Dusan Tadić’s goal out for a penalty on Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
With 18 minutes remaining, captain Deko tapped home a deflected cross at the far post to secure his team’s place in the last four.
Dinamo Zagreb 1-2 Villarreal (1-3 on aggregate)
Alcácer and Moreno scored in the 35th and 42nd minutes, respectively.
Villarreal defeated Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 at La Cerámica, advancing to the Europa League semi-finals for the first time under Unai Emery.
Paco Alcácer scored the first goal after being set up by Samuel Chukwueze, and Gerard Moreno doubled the lead for the hosts after converting a rebound from another Alcácer strike.
For the hosts, Mislav Ori took one back, but it was just a consolation goal.
Check Out Now the Europa League results in Today As Sevilla manager in 2014, 2015, and 2016, Emery won this competition three times in a row.