Molde stun Fenerbahçe, two debutants triumph

Napoli struck five – and first – Molde beat Fenerbahçe, Borussia Dortmund set another record and two debutants triumphed. rounds up the first night of the group stage.

Comfortable wins, shock wins and maiden wins – rounds up the opening night of the 2015/16 UEFA Europa League group stage.

José Callejon claimed the first goal of the group stage after just five minutes, setting Napoli on their way to a 5-0 rout of Club Brugge. Even that result, though, was upstaged by Molde, the Norwegian champions running out comfortable victors against Fenerbahçe in Istanbul despite being level at half-time.

Elsewhere, Borussia Dortmund – in front of a UEFA Europa League record group stage crowd of 55,200 – made it ten wins on the bounce thanks to debutant Park Joo Ho's 93rd-minute header. A small piece of history was made in Lisbon too, where Sporting CP suffered a first-ever home loss in this competition, Lokomotiv Moskva ending their record 20-game unbeaten run.

Ajax, meanwhile, twice came from behind to draw with Celtic, last season's runners-up Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk struck late to hold Lazio, and only two of the eight UEFA Europa League group stage debutants – Sion and Midtjylland – picked up maximum points.

Group A
Fenerbahçe 1-3 Molde
Ajax 2-2 Celtic

Group B
Bordeaux 1-1 Liverpool
Sion 2-1 Rubin Kazan

Group C
Qäbälä 0-0 PAOK
Dortmund 2-1 Krasnodar

Group D
Midtjylland 1-0 Legia Warszawa
Napoli 5-0 Club Brugge

Group E
Rapid Wien 2-1 Villarreal
Viktoria Plzeň 2-0 Dinamo Minsk

Group F
Slovan Liberec 0-1 Braga
Groningen 0-3 Marseille

Group G
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1-1 Lazio
St-Étienne 2-2 Rosenborg

Group H
Sporting CP 1-3 Lokomotiv Moskva
Skënderbeu 0-1 Beşiktaş

Group I
Fiorentina 1-2 Basel
Lech Poznań 0-0 Belenenses

Group J
Anderlecht 1-1 Monaco
Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Qarabağ

Group K
APOEL 0-3 Schalke
Asteras 1-1 Sparta Praha

Group L
Partizan 3-2 AZ Alkmaar
Athletic 3-1 Augsburg