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Three teams stay perfect, United beat Fenerbahçe

Shakhtar Donetsk – 5-0 victors over Gent – Schalke and Zenit made it three wins from three, while Paul Pogba scored twice as Manchester United beat Fenerbahçe 4-1.

Shakhtar won 5-0 to maintain their perfect group stage record this season
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Schalke, Shakhtar Donetsk and Zenit are the only three teams still with a perfect record in the UEFA Europa League group stage.

Matchday three results (click for video highlights, line-ups, stats and more)
AZ 1-2 Maccabi Tel-Aviv

Celta Vigo 2-2 Ajax

Dundalk 1-2 Zenit

Feyenoord 1-0 Zorya

Genk 2-0 Athletic
Hapoel Beer-Sheva 0-1 Sparta Praha

Inter Milan 1-0 Southampton
Konyaspor 1-1 Braga
Krasnodar 0-1 Schalke
Liberec 1-3 Fiorentina
Mainz 1-1 Anderlecht

Manchester United 4-1 Fenerbahçe

Olympiacos 4-1 Astana

Osmanlıspor 2-2 Villarreal

Plzeň 1-2 Astra

Qarabağ 2-0 PAOK

Rapid Wien 1-1 Sassuolo

Roma 3-3 Austria Wien
Salzburg 0-1 Nice

Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 Gent
St-Étienne 1-0 Gabala
Standard Liège 2-2 Panathinaikos

Steaua 1-1 Zürich
Young Boys 3-1 APOEL

Shakhtar's 5-0 victory over Gent was their biggest ever in the UEFA Europa League, while Manchester United prevailed in the blue-riband fixture of the evening, Paul Pogba scoring twice for José Mourinho's side at Old Trafford.

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Villarreal and Standard both came from 2-0 down at half-time to claim a share of the spoils in their games, while Celta Vigo twice fell behind but also earned a point against Ajax. The Eredivisie team's former coach Frank de Boer, meanwhile, enjoyed his first European win at the Inter Milan helm, 1-0 at home to Southampton.

Nice celebrate their long-awaited away win
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Elsewhere, Ligue 1 leaders Nice took their domestic form onto the continental stage with a 1-0 triumph at Salzburg. They had previously gone 15 UEFA competition away matches without a victory. Francesco Totti made his 100th UEFA club competition appearance as Roma lost a two-goal advantage to draw 3-3 with Austria Wien, while Guillaume Hoarau struck a hat-trick – despite missing a penalty – to help Young Boys to a 3-1 success over APOEL.

It was a night that briefly looked like it would belong to UEFA group stage debutants Dundalk, who led 2008 UEFA Cup winners Zenit but ultimately suffered their first Group D defeat.

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