Arsenal turned their two goals late to a 2-2 draw with Belgian hosts Standard Liege to lead their group in the European Football League, while Dynamo Kiev Ukrainian and Italian Lazio bid farewell to the tournament after the last round of the group stage today.
After a first baht run, Arsenal delayed two goals from two shots that changed their direction through Samuel Bastian and Selim Amlah before the English team returned to the match in the second half thanks to two goals from Alexander Lacazette and young striker Pocayo Saka.
Eintracht Frankfurt lost 3-2 to bottom club Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal, to give the lead to Arsenal with 11 points, while the German team finished second with nine points.
Malmo Al-Suwaidi decided the Scandinavian summit by defeating Copenhagen 1-0 away to lead the second group, while Dynamo Kiev of Ukraine tied 1-1 with defending Swiss Lugano to bid the championship together.
Italy's Lazio also left the championship after losing 0-2 away to Stade Rennes, bottom of the Group Five, while Cluj, who won 2-0 at home to Group C leaders, qualified to the round of 32.
The Austrian Lask led Group D thanks to its important 2-0 victory over Sporting Lisbon, who qualified for the 32nd round with second place.
In Switzerland, Basel scored two goals, one in each half, to snatch a comfortable 2-0 victory
The Turkish Trabzonspor and the Group C leaders qualified and qualified, along with Spain's Getafe, who beat ten Russian Krasnodar players 3-0.