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Fenerbahçe's match winner, Manchester United's salvation and Dortmund's two-goal hero make the cut – tell us whether you agree with our selection using #UEL.'s Europa League team of the week's Europa League team of the week ©

  • Goalkeeper: David de Gea (Manchester United)

The Spaniard saved superbly at the far post from Coutinho. Liverpool would have won by more but for the excellence of the in-form United No1.

  • Defender: Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool)
Watch Liverpool beat Manchester United
Watch Liverpool beat Manchester United

The right-back impressed throughout, surged into the box to win a 20th-minute spot kick and saw a powerful drive saved well after the break.

  • Defender: Olexandr Kucher (Shakhtar)

Kucher met Darijo Srna's cross to register his first goal in European competition on his 76th outing.

  • Defender: Víctor Ruiz (Villarreal)

An assured presence at the heart of the defence, the 27-year-old helped Villarreal keep a fifth consecutive clean sheet at home in Europe.

  • Midfielder: Coutinho (Liverpool)

Philippe Coutinho helped provide the spark in Liverpool's victory. Nobody asked more questions of De Gea than the little Brazilian livewire.

  • Midfielder: Mehmet Topal (Fenerbahçe)
Watch Mehmet Topal's winner
Watch Mehmet Topal's winner

The defensive midfielder, who sealed progress last time out, once again came to the fore with a goal when Fenerbahçe needed him most.

  • Midfielder: Raúl García (Athletic)

Still an influential presence in the Athletic midfield, the 29-year-old headed the only goal as the Bilbao side got the better of Liga rivals Valencia.

  • Midfielder: Martin Frýdek (Sparta Praha)

Frýdek's angled half-volley against Lazio may yet prove to be the best strike of the round.

  • Forward: Marco Reus (Dortmund)
Highlights: Dortmund 3-0 Tottenham
Highlights: Dortmund 3-0 Tottenham

Reus once again underlined his importance to Thomas Tuchel's side with a brilliant second-half double – emphatically finished – against Spurs.

  • Forward: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Dortmund)

Aubameyang opened the scoring with an excellent header and proved too much for Tottenham's Kevin Wimmer and Toby Alderweireld to handle.

  • Forward: Frank Acheampong (Anderlecht)

Injecting pace into Anderlecht's attack, Acheampong scored the away goal at Shakhtar, his third strike in two European outings.