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Liverpool, West Ham Win Again In Europa League As Newcomer Brighton Picks Up First Point


In the Europa League on Thursday, Ryan Gravenberch scored his first goal for his new team as Liverpool easily defeated Union Saint-Gilloise.

Shortly before halftime, the Dutch midfielder, who had recently joined Liverpool from Bayern Munich, scored off a rebound to give the Reds a 1-0 lead.

With a low shot in stoppage time of the second half, Diogo Jota then completed Liverpool’s second consecutive victory in the lower division of European competition.

Alexis Mac Allister, a midfielder for Liverpool, started the game on the sidelines before joining his older brother Kevin, a defender for Belgian club Union, on the field as a substitute.

The Reds lead Group E by two points over Toulouse after Toulouse defeated Austria’s LASK 1-0.

West Ham defeated Freiburg 2-1 to make it two wins in a row in the Europa League. Goals from Lucas Paquetá and Nayef Aguerd contributed to the victory.

In the 66th minute, Aguerd, who was unmarked in the box, headed home the game-winning goal off the underside of the crossbar from a James Ward-Prowse corner.

Paquetá rose high to head home a cross from Jarrod Bowen for West Ham in the eighth minute, the Europa Conference League champions from the previous campaign.

Four minutes into the second half, Roland Sallai of Freiburg responded by tying the score.

With six points, West Ham leads Group A. After their 2-2 draw, Olympiacos and Serbia’s TSC Baka Topola are both on one, while Freiburg is still on three.

As retaliation for the events at the Europa Conference League final in Prague, West Ham supporters were prohibited from the game by UEFA.

As Brighton held Marseille to a 2-2 draw in France in Group B, Joo Pedro converted a penalty with two minutes remaining to give Brighton its first ever point in European play.

Before Pascal Gross pulled one back, the Seagulls were down 2-0 at the break thanks to goals from midfielder Jordan Veretout and defender Chancel Mbemba.

After two games, new Marseille coach Gennaro Gattuso is winless.

After finishing sixth in the Premier League last season, a club record, Brighton is now competing in Europe for the first time in the 122-year history of the team.

With four points after Domagoj Vida saved a 1-1 draw against Ajax in Athens, AEK is in first place in the group. Ajax and Marseille both have two points.

Roma easily defeated Servette Geneva 4-0 thanks to Romelu Lukaku’s conversion on a cross from Zeki elik.

The Belgian attacker scored his fifth goal in seven outings across all competitions. With Lorenzo Pellegrini, a substitute, scoring the other goal, fellow striker Andrea Belotti also scored twice.

Jose Mourinho’s Roma, which is attempting to make its third consecutive appearance in the European Final, is tied for first place in Group G with Slavia Prague after the Czech club defeated Sheriff Tiraspol of Moldova 6-0.

Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso celebrated his first season in charge by guiding his team to a 2-1 victory at Molde.

Just a few days after reaching the top of the Bundesliga, the German club won Group H for the second time in a row.

Alonso received plaudits for making it all the way to the Europa League finals the previous year but losing to Roma. Within the first 18 minutes, Leverkusen scored two goals through Jeremie Frimpong and Nathan Tella.

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