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UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

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Alexandre Lacazette gives Arsenal win over Qarabag in Europa League

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Alexandre Lacazette's first-half goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 win over FK Qarabag in Europa League Group E action on Thursday.

The victory at the Emirates saw the Gunners, who welcomed captain Laurent Koscielny back from a torn Achilles tendon, finish the group stage undefeated and at the top of the table.

The game's lone score came in the 17th minute when Lacazette got a low strike past Qarabag goalkeeper Vagner.

Arsenal had a chance to double their lead in the 88th minute, but Vagner stuffed...

Emile Smith Rowe nets first goal in Arsenal win over Qarabag

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Emile Smith Rowe scored his first career goal in Arsenal's 3-0 win over FK Qarabag in Europa League group-stage action on Thursday. 

Smith Rowe, a touted 18-year-old academy product, made the most of his second career start as Arsenal put on an impressive display of attack at Baku Olympic Stadium. 

Sokratis Papastathopoulos opened up Arsenal's night in the fourth minute by guiding Nacho Monreal's header into the back of the net -- the first score in a Gunners jersey for the Greece international. 

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Ndlovu can blaze new trail for South African players in China

Dino Ndlovu's move to Chinese side Hangzhou Greentown last week could open the pathway for more South African players to feature in the lucrative Asian league.

Ndlovu was unveiled by his new club after an excellent 18 months at Azerbaijan club Qarabag, who he helped fire into the UEFA Champions League group stages, and netting 24 goals in 49 starts in all competitions.

He is not the first South African to feature in China -- the likes of Mark Williams and Bennett Mnguni have played their before...