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Young Boys struck twice in the second-half of a tense contest to secure the win they needed, 2-0, to leapfrog Sparta Prague and qualify for the Europa League knock-out stages.
The two sides went into the contest knowing the victor would join Napoli in progressing through Group I - although a draw would have been good enough for the visitors.
But it was Guillaume Hoarau who made the difference as he won a late spot-kick having been fouled by Pavel Kaderabek - with the France international dusting himself...
Sparta Prague and Napoli remained in the top two spots in Europa League Group I after a goalless draw at Stadion Letna.
Sparta were twice denied by the crossbar, on each occasion missing a clear chance from the rebound, while Napoli improved in the second half and went very close through Marek Hamsik's header.
A point apiece was enough to keep the two teams ahead of Young Boys, who won 3-1 away to Slovan Bratislava, going into the final round of fixtures.
Borek Dockal's drive drew a sharp early save...
David Lafata continued his Europa League hot streak with a brace as Sparta Prague went top of Group I with victory over Slovan Bratislava.
Sparta ran out 4-0 winners at Stadion Letna, one better than sides' previous meeting, with Lafata scoring his fourth and fifth of the competition.
The 33-year-old opened and closed the scoring, with Ladislav Krejci and Costa Nhamoinesu also on the scoresheet.
The game was slow to get going, Lester Peltier wasting the best early chance for the Slovakians in a contest...
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Slovan Bratislava and Sparta Prague after last Thursday's Europa League match in Slovakia was interrupted for half an hour by clashes between supporters.
Swedish referee Martin Strombergsson was forced to suspend proceedings at the Stadion Pasienky shortly before half-time, with the Group I game goalless, as violent exchanges took place in the stands.
The players eventually returned to the pitch some 40 minutes later and Sparta secured victory courtesy...