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Updated: Atalanta secure top spot, Arsenal hit six past BATE

Atalanta, winners of their Europa League group.

Atalanta, winners of their Europa League group.

Arsenal dumped BATE Borisov out of the Europa League by beating the Belarusian outfit 6-0 at the Emirates Stadium.

Mathieu Debuchy, Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere, Olivier Giroud and Mohamed Elneny all struck for the Gunners, with Denis Polyakov conceding an own goal to boot.

Arsenal's thumping victory coupled with Red Star Belgrade's 1-0 win over Cologne left BATE eliminated at the group stages.

Red Star finished second in Group H, with Slavoljub Srnic's goal enough to overcome Cologne and secure knockout qualification.

Marseille sealed safe passage as runners-up in Group I thanks to a goalless draw with group winners Salzburg, with Vitoria and Konyaspor eliminated after a 1-1 draw.

FC Copenhagen edged through from Group F, with Pieros Sotiriou and Michael Luftner on target in a 2-0 win over Moldovan side Sheriff.

Goals from Aleksei Miranchuk and Jefferson Farfan sent Lokomotiv Moscow through via a 2-0 at Zlin, with Zoran Gajic's red card leaving the hosts hamstrung.

Braga managed to top Group C despite losing 2-1 at Istanbul Basaksehir, Edin Visca and Emre Belozoglu on target for the Turkish hosts and Raul Silva in reply for the visitors.

Ludogorets' 1-1 draw at Hoffenheim proved enough to claim second spot, and deny Istanbul Basaksehir a place in the knockout stages.

Philipp Ochs put Hoffenheim ahead, only for Wanderson's goal just after the hour to ensure Ludogorets' smooth passage.

Group D winners AC Milan were beaten 2-0 at Rijeka, but the hosts still failed to qualify for the next stage as AEK Athens secured a goalless draw at Austria Vienna.

Jakov Puljic and Mario Gavranovic found the net for Rijeka, but that proved in vain as Greek capital club AEK grabbed the draw they needed to progress.

Ademola Lookman scored twice in six first-half minutes as Everton claimed a 3-0 win at Apollon Limassol, in a match where both sides had already failed to qualify from Group E.

Nikola Vlasic also found the net for the visiting side, while Atalanta secured top spot in the group with Andrea Petagna's goal securing a 1-0 win over Lyon.

Astana took second spot in Group A thanks to their 1-0 victory at Slavia Prague, where Marin Anicic struck the winner.

Group winners Villarreal went down 1-0 at Maccabi Tel Aviv, who had Nick Blackman to thank for the winner.

Dynamo Kiev saw off Partizan Belgrade 4-1 in Group B, with both sides having already qualified in advance. Young Boys beat Skenderbeu 2-1.

Plzen clinched first place in Group G with a 2-0 win at Hapoel Beer Sheva, while Steaua Bucharest finished second despite a 2-1 loss to Lugano.

Athletic Bilbao topped Group J by winning 2-0 at Zorya, with Ostersund finishing second thanks to a 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin.

Lazio lost 3-2 at Zulte Waregem but had already won Group K, and Nice lost 1-0 at Vitesse Arnhem but had already sealed the runners-up spot.

Zenit St Petersburg topped Group L with a 3-1 win at Real Sociedad, who had previously sealed second place. Already eliminated pair Vardar and Rosenborg played out a 1-1 draw.

Yuri Kendysh of FC Sheriff and Federico Santander of FC Copenhagen in action.Yuri Kendysh of FC Sheriff and Federico Santander of FC Copenhagen in action.
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