Goals were hard to come by in the first legs of the Europa League quarterfinals, but red cards and drama were on display everywhere on a Thursday
Eintracht Frankfurt at home against Barcelona was the headliner, as the hosts managed to rip off 16 shots despite losing the possession battle en route to a 1-1 draw.
A goal right after halftime from Ansgar Knauff was canceled out by Ferran Torres scoring from a lovely build-up play.
RB Leipzig 1, Atalanta 1 West Ham 1, Lyon 1 Eintracht Frankfurt 1, Barcelona 1 Braga 1, Rangers 0
Feyenoord 3, Slavia Prague 3 Marseille 2, PAOK 1 Bodo/Glimt 2, AS Roma 1 Leicester City 0, PSV Eindhoven 0
Much like the round of 16 second leg with Galatasaray, Barcelona will have plenty of work to do but they'll feel good about things heading to Camp Nou while still in the tie.
Speaking of work to do, Bodo/Glimt has officially become Roma's bogey team. After defeating Jose Mourinho's side twice during the group stage of the Europa Conference League
It was an even match as Roma played a solid game with Lorenzo Pellegrini scoring right before the half before it was canceled out in the 56th minute by Ulrik Saltnes.