Yusuf Yazici becomes the new king of UEFA Europa League', while Zlatan Ibrahimović and Gareth Bale are struggling to keep scoring in the 4th Match.
With 2,160 minutes of football condensed into each match night, get an idea of what will happen when the action starts up again on November 26.
Group A : CSKA Sofia – Young Boys (18:55 CET), CRF Cluj – Rome (21:00 CET)
Group B : Molde – Arsenal (18:55 CET), Dundalk – Rapid Vienna (21:00 CET)
Group C : Leverkusen – Hapoel Beer-Sheva (21:00 CET), Nice – Slavia Praha (21:00 CET)
Group D : Standard Liège – Lech Poznań (21:00 CET), Rangers – Benfica (21:00 CET)
Group E : PSV Eindhoven – PAOK (21:00 CET), Granada – Omonoia (21:00 CET)
Group F : Napoli – Rijeka (21:00 CET), AZ Alkmaar – Real Sociedad (21:00 CET)
Group G : Braga – Leicester (18:55 CET), AEK Athens – Zorya Luhansk (18:55 CET)
Group H : Sparta Praha – Celtic (18:55 CET), LOSC Lille – AC Milan (18:55 CET)
Group I : Maccabi Tel-Aviv – Villarreal (18:55 CET), Qarabağ – Sivasspor (18:55 CET)
Group J : LASK – Royal Antwerp (18:55 CET), Tottenham – Ludogorets (21:00 CET)
Group K : CSKA Moscow – Feyenoord (18:55 CET), Wolfsberg – Dinamo Zagreb (18:55 CET)
Group L : Ghent – Crvena zvezda (18:55 CET), Slovan Liberec – Hoffenheim (18:55 CET)
Match of the week: LOSC Lille – AC Milan
The UEFA Europa League has long been a testament to young scorers, and 23-year-old Yusuf Yazici has so far determined the fate of the competition, scoring two hat-tricks on Matchday 3 at San Siro. top scorer ranking. The Turkish forward took LOSC' to the top of Group H', leaving behind AC Milan' and other European regulars Sparta Praha and Celtic'. "We're playing well and I have no doubts about qualifying," said midfielder Renato Sanches.
For Milan, this 3-0 home loss was an unexpected blow and ended a 24-game unbeaten streak in all competitions. Coach Stefano Pioli didn't want to make any drama out of it and said, "It's just a day off and we'll learn from it." However, as the stage shifted to France, Milan could do by adding star striker Zlatan Ibrahimović's 57 UEFA club competition goals to the tally; The Swedish player finds the net regularly in Serie A', but most recently scored in this group stage for Manchester United in 2016'.
worth pointing out
• Gareth Bale''s latest UEFA Europa League goal came in March 2013' with a 3-0 Spurs win against Inter Milan'. In North London, on loan from Real Madrid, the Welsh player has yet to steal Harry Kane's lightning bolts, but he does reveal some. subtle low-key performances.
• Hoffenheim striker Munas Dabbur may become the best group player in UEFA Europa League history as Group L leaders visit Slovan Liberec'. The Israeli national team tops the table with 18 goals, on par with former Athletic Club forward Aritz Aduriz.
• Edin Džeko couldn't make it out of the bench when Roma beat CFR Cluj' last time, but the 34-year-old is still ready for his 100th UEFA club competition. His record in European club competitions so far: 99 games, 41 goals, 24 assists.
• A competition record was set in Game 3 while 93 goals were scored – 12 more than the 81 goals set on Matchday 5 of the 2010/11 competition. If you want to score, the UEFA Europa League remains the place to be.
• Get the latest fixtures, standings and stats here .