Lazio out as Marseille, Arsenal and Atletico reach Europa semis

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey celebrates with Danny Welbeck after scoring their second goal

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey celebrates with Danny Welbeck after scoring their second goal

Arsenal quelled a CSKA Moscow comeback to draw 2-2 in Russian Federation and go through 6-3 on aggregate. But Moanes Dabour quickly canceled out that goal a minute later.

Twenty-year old attacker, Fedor Chalov converted on the rebound after Cech's save came out to him, while a similar sequence of event also led to Kirill Nababkin slamming home the second goal to bring the Russian capital outfit on the brink of another comeback in a week of European comebacks. He has two goals in 11 worldwide appearance. Aaron Ramsey scored in stoppage time to complete the comeback for the Gunners.

Marseille recovered from losing 1-0 away to RB Leipzig last week, and from falling behind to the Germans inside two minutes in the return at the Velodrome, as they won 5-2 on the night to progress 5-3 on aggregate.

Goals from Bouna Sarr, Florian Thauvin, Hiroki Sakai, Dimitri Payet and an own goal from Stefan Ilsanker ensured the hosts' passage into the final four.

The visitors scored a second when Jean-Kevin Augustin's superb free kick turned the tie in Leipzig's favour again in the 55th minute.

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Atletico Madrid's trip to Lisbon was a little more tame; losing 1-0 to Sporting, Diego Simeone's side nonetheless go through 2-1 on aggregate. Colombian attacker, Fredy Montero scored the only goal of the game on 28 minutes but the faltering Portuguese side could not breach a solid Atlético defence further.

In this photo taken by the EPA, Red Bull Salzburg's Hwang Hee-chan (R) vies for the ball against Lazio's Luiz Felipe during the UEFA Europa League quarterfinal second leg match between RB Salzburg and SS Lazio in Salzburg, Austria, on April 12, 2018.

The second legs of the Europa League quarter-final clashes will be played across Europe this Thursday.

All five goals were scored in the second half of an unbelievable encounter which ensued at the Re Bull Arena in Salzburg.

Another 15 minutes would pass before the Austrians pulled off the unthinkable, by netting the requisite three goals in just 247 seconds, via Amadou Haidara, Hwang Hee-chan and Stefan Lainer...

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