EUROPA LEAGUE ROUND-UP: Mesut Ozil scores his first European goal in THREE YEARS as Fenerbahce draw 1-1 with Eintracht Frankfurt while an own goal helps Galatasaray see off Lazio
- Mesut Ozil scored his first European goal in three years as Fenerbahce drew 1-1
- Rangers suffered a 2-0 defeat to visitors Lyon sealed by an own goal
- Thomas Strakosha’s own goal helped Galatasaray to a 1-0 win over Lazio
- Bayer Leverkusen fought back for a 2-1 home win against Ferencvaros
- A stoppage-time goal gave Genk a 1-0 win at Rapid Vienna in West Ham’s group
Mesut Ozil scored his first European goal in three years as Fenerbahce drew 1-1 with Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.
The former Arsenal star gave the visitors an early lead before Sam Lammers turned in a Filip Kostic cross to ensure a share of the spoils.
Olympiakos Piraeus eked out a last-gasp 2-1 home win over Antwerp in the other game in Group D.
Mesut Ozil scored his first European goal in three years as Fenerbahce drew 1-1 in Group D
The midfielder secured an early lead before Sam Lammers equalised for Eintracht Frankfurt
In Group A, Rangers suffered a 2-0 defeat to visitors Lyon thanks to an own goal from James Tavernier, while Denmark’s Brondby were held to a 0-0 home draw by Slavia Prague.
In Group B, 1988 European Cup winners PSV Eindhoven came from behind to force a 2-2 home draw with Real Sociedad and a Krepin Diatta goal gave Monaco a 1-0 win over visiting Sturm Graz.
Emerging talent Cody Gakpo salvaged a point for PSV after Adnan Januzaj and Alexander Isak cancelled out Mario Goetze’s opener for the home side in a see-saw contest.
Earlier, a Thomas Strakosha own goal midway through the second half helped Galatasaray open their Europa League campaign with a 1-0 Group E victory over Lazio.
And 10-man Lokomotiv Moscow earned a last-gasp 1-1 home draw with Olympique Marseille.
Having had Nayair Tiknizyan sent off early in the second half of the Group E clash, Lokomotiv fell behind to a Cengiz Under penalty before Faustino Anjorin salvaged a point for the Russian side with an 89th-minute goal.
Lazio keeper Thomas Strakosha reacts to scoring an own goal to hand Galatasaray a 1-0 win
In Group G Bayer Leverkusen fought back for a 2-1 home win against Ferencvaros as Exequiel Palacios and Florian Wirtz cancelled out an early Ryan Mmaee opener for the Hungarian side.
Red Star Belgrade, the 1991 European Cup winners, ground out a 2-1 home win over Portuguese rivals Braga while Bulgarians Ludogorets Razgrad earned a 1-1 draw at Danish side Midtjylland in Group F.
Left back Milan Rodic fired Red Star ahead in the 75th minute and Braga hit back through Wenderson a minute later only for Aleksandar Katai to delight the fervent home fans with an 85th-minute penalty.
A stoppage-time goal from Paul Onuachu gave Belgians Genk a 1-0 win at Rapid Vienna in West Ham’s Group H.
Bayer Leverkusen players celebrate Exequiel Palacios’s equaliser against Ferencvaros