Summary of last night’s football results, UEFA Europa League 2023/24 play-off round with match highlights: Milan collapses, Roma draws.

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Summary of last night’s football results with highlights from the UEFA Europa League play-off round of the 2023/24 season.

The UEFA Europa League play-off game   last night had 8 matches played, with famous teams like AC Milan, Roma, and Benfica competing.

Summary of last night's football results, UEFA Europa League 2023/24 play-off round with match highlights: Milan collapses, Roma draws.

Summary of UEFA Europa League football results last night, 15 February 2024.

Feyenoord 1-1 Roma

(Faisao 45+1 / Lukaku 67)

The ufabet game at De Kuup was quite close but the home team took the lead through Igor Faisao at the end of the first half before Romelu Lukaku came to score and equalize for the away team in the 67th minute. There was nothing more left to do, the 90 minutes ended tied 1-1.

Galatasaray 3-2 Sparta Prague

(Demirbay 19 Krejci 61 [OG] Icardi 90+1 / Presaido 47 Kuchta 65)

The game at the Rams Global Stadium had two red cards, with the home team being the first to be hit in the 62nd minute by Victor Nielssen, and the visiting team being Matej Reins who was sent off in the 80th minute. The goals that occurred were both sides taking turns shooting. Kerem Demirbay scored to give the home team the lead before the 19th minute, after which Angelo Presiido equalized for the visiting team in the 47th minute. Later, Ladislav Krejci scored an own goal to give home the lead again in the 61st minute, but 4 minutes later, Jan Kuchta equalized at 2-2. The game looked like it would end in a draw, but Mauro Icardi arrived. Scored the winning goal for Galatasaray to take advantage of one goal in the first leg.

Shakhtar Donetsk 2-2 Olympique Marseille

(Matvienko 68 Eguinaldo 90+3 / Aubameyang 64 Endier 90)

At the Wolfpark Stadion, all four goals came in the second half, with the visiting team taking the lead through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the 64th minute, then 4 minutes later by Mikola Matvian. Ko came to equalize for the home team. At the end of the game, the visitors got a second goal from Illiman Endiye in the 90th minute, but then 3 minutes later, Eguinaldo equalized for the home team again before ending the game with a score of 2-. 2

Young Boys 1-3 Sporting Lisbon

(Ugrinic 42 / Amenda [OG] 31 Giegeres 41 Inacio 48)

In the game at the Wardorf Stadion, the visiting team took a two-goal lead through Urele Amenda’s own goal in the 31st minute before Victor Giegeres added. Two goals in the 41st minute. One minute later, the home team successfully broke the egg through Filip Ugrinic. In the second half, Gonzalo Inacio would score to leave the visitors with a 1-3 lead. The home team was left with 10 men after Mohamed Kamara received a second yellow card and was sent off the field.

AC Milan 3-0 Rennes

(Loftus-Cheek 32, 47 Leao 53)

A game where San Siro was clearly the superior home team and took the lead first from Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the 32nd minute. Then, in the second half, the same Loftus-Cheek added a second goal for the team in the 47th minute and Finally, Rafael Leao scored the third goal, helping the Red and Black Devils hold a three-goal advantage in the first leg.

Benfica 2-1 Toulouse

(Di Maria 68, 90+8 / Desler 75)

In the game at the Estadio da Luz, the first goal had to wait until the second half and the home team took the lead from Angel Di Maria’s penalty in the 68th minute, then Mikkel de Maria in the 75th minute. Sler came to equalize for the visiting team. The game looked like it would end in a draw, but at the end of the game the home team received a penalty again and it was Di Maria who scored the winning goal for Benfica to narrowly win.