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รับ พนัน บอล London: Arsenal took a big step towards reaching the Europa League semi-finals after a 4-1 rout of CSKA Moscow while Atletico Madrid did the same with a 2-0 home win over Sporting Lisbon.
Lazio stayed on course to progress after an action-packed 4-2 home win over Salzburg in their quarter-final first leg and RB Leipzig will head to Marseille with a 1-0 advantage.
Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey and France striker Alexandre Lacazette scored two goals each in a blistering first half for Arsenal, cancelling out a superb free kick by CSKA's Aleksandr Golovin at the Emirates Stadium.
Germany forward Mesut Oezil also shone as he dished out assists effortlessly, with Arsenal's crisp one-touch passing repeatedly carving open a cumbersome Russian defence.
Ramsey, who had a goal harshly disallowed early on, hit the woodwork in the second half and CSKA keeper Igor Akinfeev made several fine saves to spare the visitors from a heavier defeat.
Ramsey was delighted. ‘‘I like to make those late runs into the box, I had plenty of opportunities but I am glad I was able to contribute to the team,’’ he told BT Sport. รับ พนัน บอล
‘‘We know it will be difficult in Russia, but we have put ourselves in a good position.’’
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was also a happy man. ‘‘I think we have done enough of a job tonight, there was a good pace in the first half, the two teams gave everything which is why is was such a spectacular first half,’’ he said.
Following a disappointing season that sees the Gunners occupy sixth place in the English Premier League, way behind the race for one of the four Champions League berths, the Europa League is the club's last chance of a trophy.
Winning European soccer's second-tier competition would give Arsenal a route back into the Champions League.
Atletico, Europa League winners in 2012, extended their winning home streak in all competitions to nine games after Koke scored inside the opening 30 seconds and Antoine Griezmann added the second shortly before half-time.
Lazio ended Salzburg's 35-game unbeaten run stretching back to August after the visiting Austrian side twice drew level but were undone by quickfire late goals from Felipe Anderson and Ciro Immobile.
Germany's Leipzig, playing in European competition for the first time, put themselves in a good position to progress after a Timo Werner goal on the stroke of halftime sank Marseille. รับ พนัน บอล