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Match: Betis vs Milan
Competition: Europa League
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Betis vs Milan live streaming: Match preview
This group was always going to be really hotly contested and it has proved to be just that.
Real Betis kicked off with a goalless draw in Greece before a comfortable 3-0 win at home to Dudelange.
AC Milan also beat the champions of Luxembourg, before a comeback 3-1 win at home to Olympiakos.
This double header was always going to be crucial.
San Siro was left stunned when superb goals by Antonio Sanabria and PSG loanee Giovani Lo Celso gave Betis a 2-0 lead.
Patrick Cutrone did pull one back but it wasn’t enough and Los Verdiblancos left with a famous win.
With Olympiakos hot on the heels of both, neither can afford a defeat at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Another win for Betis and they could be through to the round of 32.