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

Frankfurt reach the semi-finals of the Europa League with away goals

Frankfurt reach the semi-finals of the Europa League with away goals

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,

Valencia has reached the semi-finals of the Europa League

Valencia has reached the semi-finals of the Europa League

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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