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UEFA Europa League: Today's roundup
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UEFA Europa League: Today's roundup

Inter Milan, Getafe, Sevilla and AS Roma were not in action tonight due to the coronavirus, but there were matches elsewhere in Europe as the first leg of the round of 16 ties kicked off.

Here are the full results from tonight...

LASK 0-5 Manchester United

Odion Ighalo, Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood, and Andreas Pereira found the back of the net as the Red Devils walked over LASK.

The second leg in Manchester will be on 19 March.

İstanbul Başakşehir 1-0 Copenhagen

A late penalty from Edin Višća gives Başakşehir the advantage going into the second leg and given that neither of these sides has ever qualified for a quarter-final in European competition before, both will feel they still have an excellent chance of doing so after a cagey affair in which there were only three shots on target.

The second leg in Copenhagen will be on 19 March.

Eintracht Frankfurt 0-3 Basel

Samuele Campo, Kevin Bua, and Fabian Frei were all on target as Basel stunned Frankfurt in Germany.

It was a poor display from the hosts, who did not capitalize on their earlier dominance.

The second leg in Basel will be on 19 March.

Olympiacos 1-1 Wolves

Wolves could not capitalize on an early Olympiacos red card but at least they managed to get a crucial away goal.

El Arabi put the ten-man hosts ahead before substitute Pedro Neto's deflected effort leveled the tie.

The second leg in Basel will be on 19 March.

Wolfsburg 1-2 Shakhtar Donetsk

It was not a good night for the German sides.

Júnior Moraes nodded the away side ahead before John Brooks equalized from a corner. Marcos Antônio restored Shakhtar's lead in the 73rd minute and the visitors left Germany with two vital away goals.

Notable incidents in the match were missed penalties for both sides, with Viktor Kovalenko's spot-kick being saved by Wolfsburg's Koen Casteels in goal and home side's Wout Weghorst hitting his spot-kick off the mark.

The second leg in Kharkiv will be on 19 March.

Rangers 1-3 Bayer Leverkusen

Leverkusen was the only lucky German side tonight as Kai Havertz, Charles Aránguiz, and Leon Bailey scored.

George Edmundson bagged a consolation for the home side, but they couldn't get more.

The Second leg in Leverkusen will be on 19 March.