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English teams out of Europa League

European football witnessed another night of thrilling matches as Atalanta decisively ended Liverpool's Europa League journey, while Bayer Leverkusen maintained their unbeaten streak across all competitions.

Atalanta helds Liverpool

In Bergamo, Atalanta faced Liverpool with a substantial advantage following a remarkable 3-0 victory at Anfield. Despite conceding early from a Mohamed Salah penalty in the seventh minute, Atalanta was rarely troubled for the remainder of the match. Liverpool's early lead soon dissipated as Atalanta's defense tightened, negating Liverpool's attempts to alter the aggregate score. Liverpool's initial vigor faded, and a lack of a robust offensive effort in the second half allowed Atalanta to comfortably secure their first European semi-final appearance since 1988. This loss marks another significant setback for English football, as it follows close on the heels of Manchester City and Arsenal's exits from the Champions League.

Leverkusen just can't lose

Meanwhile, in London, Bayer Leverkusen managed to extend their impressive unbeaten run to 44 games after a dramatic late equalizer from Jeremie Frimpong against West Ham United. The match, ending in a 1-1 draw, saw Leverkusen overcoming a potential defeat after Michail Antonio's early goal had put West Ham ahead. Frimpong's goal in the 89th minute ensured Leverkusen could draw on their previous 2-0 home victory to advance.

Europa League semi-finals

Atalanta now prepares to face the winner of the Olympique Marseille vs. Benfica quarter-final, with the first leg tilting slightly in Marseille's favor. On the other side, AS Roma, having defeated AC Milan, will meet an undefeated Bayer Leverkusen in the semi-finals. This setup promises some intriguing clashes, given Roma's recent history of reaching European finals under José Mourinho and now under Daniele De Rossi.

Leverkusen's resilience under Xabi Alonso's management and their continued success across competitions highlight their potential threat in the upcoming fixtures. As the European football landscape continues to evolve, these teams have not only demonstrated their prowess but also set the stage for some potentially memorable encounters in the race for the Europa League final.