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Europa League

Europa League: how LaLiga's teams fared on Thursday

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Steaua 1-1 Villarreal

Villarreal and Steaua line up ahead of their clash in Bucharest.

Foto:Alberto IranzoDIARIO AS

Steaua 1-1 Villarreal

Rafael Santos Borré gaves Fran Escriba's men an early lead with a close-range finish.

Foto:Alberto IranzoDIARIO AS

Steaua 1-1 Villarreal

Villarreal celebrate Santos Borré's goal.

Foto:Alberto IranzoDIARIO AS

Steaua 1-1 Villarreal

Sulley Muniru (fourth right) equalised for Steaua midway through the first half.

Foto:Alberto IranzoDIARIO AS

Steaua 1-1 Villarreal

Villarreal's players react after conceding the equaliser.

Foto:Alberto IranzoDIARIO AS

Celta Vigo 2-0 Panathinaikos

Celta Vigo coach Eduardo Berizzo looks on during the Galicians' clash with Panathinaikos.

Foto:Lalo R. VillarDIARIO AS

Celta Vigo 2-0 Panathinaikos

John Guidetti (number 9) tapped in late on in the second half to put Celta 1-0 up.

Foto:Lalo R. VillarDIARIO AS

Celta Vigo 2-0 Panathinaikos

Guidetti (right) wheels away after scoring.

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Celta Vigo 2-0 Panathinaikos

Daniel Wass then sealed the win with a powerful free-kick two minutes from time.

Foto:Lalo R. VillarDIARIO AS

Celta Vigo 2-0 Panathinaikos

Wass (left) celebrates his goal with Iago Aspas.

Foto:Lalo R. VillarDIARIO AS

Athletic Club 1-0 Rapid Vienna

The Athletic players surround referee Tony Chapron on the stroke of half time after he first disallows Iñaki Williams' goal, before awarding the hosts a penalty for a foul on Aritz Aduriz earlier in the move, then finally gives Rapid Vienna a free-kick fo

Foto:JUAN FLOR (DIARIO AS)

Athletic Club 1-0 Rapid Vienna

On the hour mark, Beñat Etxebarria earned Athletic a 1-0 win with a crisp finish high into the net from the edge of the area.

Foto:JUAN FLOR (DIARIO AS)