Top 5 – Things learned from the Europa League this week

UEL Trophy Tour Driven by Kia at the Geneva International Motor Show
GENEVA, GENEVA - MARCH 09: The 2019 UEFA Europa League Trophy Tour driven by Kia at the Geneva International Motor Show at Palexpo on March 9, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. The campaign, which was unveiled at the Geneva International Motorshow on Saturday, will collect unwanted football boots for young refugees in Jordan. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images for Kia)

The Europa League continued its effort to keep up with the Champions League with another set of fascinating fixtures this week.

Arsenal managed to overcome a first-leg defeat to Rennes and Chelsea joined them in the quarter-finals with a win over Dynamo Kiev.

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There was also progression for Valencia and Villarreal to keep up Spain’s contingent, although Slavia Prague knocked out Sevilla.

Joining those sides were Benfica and Eintracht Frankfurt. So what did we learned from this week’s games?

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