Toulouse gave the big surprise on matchday 4 of the group stage of the UEFA Europa League after beating Liverpool 3-2 at the Stadium in Toulouse, France, to postpone the classification of the English team to the Playoffs of qualifiers, or Round of 32.
With goals from Aaron Donnum (36’), Thijs Dallinga (58’) y Frank Magri (76′) they ended the perfect pace of the Reds, who seemed to get closer on the board after an own goal from Cristian Casseres At 73′ it was 2-1 partial but there was an immediate response from the locals.
Jarell Quansah He scored in the last minute, but the tie was annulled due to a handball in the Argentine’s control of the ball. Mac Allisteralthough the leadership of the contingent and its aspirations for the Playoffs remain intact.
Liverpool generated a football with greater possession of the ball but they ran into a purple wall that allows Toulouse to aspire to the next round with two games left to play, but with three points ahead of third place, Union SK, with four points ; and with LASK as the basement with three units.
Liverpool, with nine points in Group E, must first face LASK and then Union SG, while Tolouse, fourteenth in the French League and with seven points in the UEFA Europa League, will repeat at home against Union SG to close the phase of groups as a visitor against LASK.
The Amsterdam team, for its part, still has not won in the competition after losing at home 0-2 against Brightonseventh in the English Premier League and was temporarily the leader in Group B with seven points for only two of the Ajax. Marseille, with five points, later faced AEK Athens, with four points.
The goals for the English team were from Ansu Fati, in the 14th minute, and from Simon Adingra, in the 53rd minute. Ajax needs to win its last two group stage matches in the continental tournament if it hopes to qualify, but waiting for its sector rivals to add adverse scores.
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