The world continues to mourn the death of footballing icon Diego Maradona, who died on Wednesday evening.
Players, managers, and clubs have sent their tribute messages, with Napoli, whom he starred for in a six-year period, in particular, sending a special tribute on Thursday night.
Away from his death, Europa League action continued on Thursday night with 24 matches played, and we take a look at some other top stories.
Arsenal to allow supporters back at Emirates Stadium
It's been a long nine long months without our fans.— Arsenal (@Arsenal) November 26, 2020
And our matches simply haven't been the same.
So we're delighted to confirm that we'll be safely welcoming 2,000 fans back to Emirates Stadium for next week's #UEL fixture 👇
Arsenal have confirmed that they will welcome 2000 supporters at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday, December 3rd when they take on Rapid Viena.
OFFICIAL: Napoli to rename stadium after Diego Maradona
Napoli have confirmed they will rename their stadium after the late Argentine star Diego Maradona.
Liverpool and London clubs to welcome back fans to stadiums
The English government has allowed Coronavirus Tier 2 cities, where clubs in Liverpool and London, to open doors to 2000 fans inside the stadiums.
🇦🇷🗣 Best Maradona quotes about football and life
Maradona left us on Wednesday 25 November 2020, but has left us with lasting words that will live forever.
Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets: Mourinho's men one point away from qualifying
Tottenham run riot as they beat Ludogorets Razgrad 4-0 in a Europa League match staged at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.