Europa League, gameweek 5: Here are the records brokenLast updated on Nov 29, 2019, 12:24 pm
Gameweek 5 of the UEFA Europa League 2019-20 was a delightful affair with several teams making it through to the next round.
Big guns Arsenal and Manchester United suffered defeats, whereas, fellow Premier League club Wolves were involved in a thrilling 3-3 draw to advance.
There were wins for FC Porto and Celtic as well.
Here are the records broken.
Wolves qualify after 3-3 thriller against Sporting Braga
Wolves were held by hosts Sporting Braga in a 3-3 encounter.
The EPL side has now progressed to the next round with one match in hand.
The Raul Jiminez-inspired side is unbeaten away from home in Europe this season, winning five games and drawing once.
Jimenez has netted 15 goals across all club competitions this season.
That's the most by an EPL player.
United's risk do not pay off against FC Astana
Manchester United, who fielded an inexperienced and young line-up, were beaten 2-1 by Astana.
Jesse Lingard gave United the lead early on, however, Astana got two in the second half.
The loss ended a run of 15 Europa League games without defeat for United.
United conceded for the first time this season.
Astana ended a run of six consecutive defeats in the Europa League.
Arsenal go seven games without a win
Arsenal missed the chance to gain qualification into the next round after being beaten by Frankfurt 2-1 at the Emirates.
They need a point now from gameweek 6 fixture.
Arsenal are winless in seven matches across all competitions. It's their longest winless run since February 1992.
Arsenal were unbeaten in their previous 46 matches across all competitions when leading at half-time before this match.
Sevilla maintain 100% record, Celtic smash this record
Sevilla, who beat Qarabag FK, maintained their 100% record in the Europa League to notch 15 points in Group A.
They are now the first Spanish side in the Europa League to get five wins from five group matches.
Celtic haven't lost any of their first five group games in Europe for the first time after beating Rennes, who have lost four consecutive matches.
Group G: All four teams still alive as excitement looms
Group G has produced the most thrills and excitement.
All four teams are in fray for qualification and things will go down the wire in gameweek 6.
Rangers, who drew 2-2 against Feyenoord, stay atop with eight points.
FC Porto's 2-1 win sees them climb up to second (7 points).
Young Boys are also on seven points with Feyenoord being on five.
A look at all the results