Braga – despite a late scare – Napoli and Rapid Wien maintained their 100% records, while Belenenses and Sion surprised and Augsburg won for the first time in Europe.
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Augsburg, Belenenses, Sion and Ole Gunnar Solskjær in particular enjoyed notable successes on UEFA Europa League matchday three.
Augsburg had perhaps the most memorable evening of all, recording their first ever European win courtesy of a 1-0 triumph at AZ Alkmaar. Belenenses and Sion, meanwhile, pulled off two of the biggest shocks of the night, prevailing at Basel and Bordeaux respectively.
Elsewhere, Solskjær started his second spell as Molde coach with a 3-1 victory over Celtic, while Jürgen Klopp's first European game in charge of Liverpool ended in a 1-1 draw with Rubin Kazan.
In especially dominant positions at the midway point of the group stage are Braga – who surrendered a two-goal lead and then went in front again in the space of five minutes late on against Marseille – Napoli and Rapid Wien, the only three teams still to have 100% records.