Arsenal against Valencia and Eintracht Frankfurt against Chelsea are the semi-finals of the Europa League on 2 and 9 May
Last updated: 19/04/19 12:05
Eintracht Frankfurt Setback from a two-goal first leg deficit to decline Benfica away goals and book a semi-final against Chelsea.
The Bundesliga side began the night 4-2 down, but dominated the first leg and reduced the overall deficit when Filip Kostic made a controversial start after 36 minutes.
Benfica was convinced that Kostic had been offside in the run-up to the goal, and his coach Bruno Lage was sent to the stands in protest.
Sebastian Rode removed the deficit in the 67th minute, as he passed a powerful shot at Benfica goalkeeper Odisseas Vlachodimos from the edge of the box.
The keeper of Frankfurt, Kevin Trapp, gave Eduardo Salvio the final whistle in the 79th minute with a great fingertip kick. The 1: 4 draw in Frankfurt ensured a 4: 4 draw.
Alexandre Lacazette scored as the only goal of the match arsenal booked their place in the semi-finals of the Europa League with a clinical 1-0 victory Napoli,
They will face each other Valencia, one of the former teams of Emery, in the last four, after they had finished the victory in their Spanish-Spanish duel Villarreal,
Valencia had taken the lead in a 3-1 draw, with Toni Lato and Daniel Parejo scoring a 5-1 aggregate victory.
Chelsea held off a second half setback Slavia Prague The Czech side defeated 4: 3 at Stamford Bridge and go with a 5: 3 overall victory in the last four.
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