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Summary

  1. Everton a point clear at top of Group H
  2. Result: Asteras Tripolis 1-2 Tottenham
  3. Spurs joint top of Group C after victory
  4. Result: Astra Giurgiu 1-1 Celtic
  5. Celtic second in Group D after draw

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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Lille fans
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A long journey home, possibly after a bit of the Cavern Club tomorrow, for these lot.

For you, the next football to look out for is tomorrow's FA Cup first round giant-killing possibility when Warrington's part-timers take on League Two Exeter.

You can read more about the catalogue model, pizza man and member of Liverpool's 2005 Champions League winning party who will be involved in that one

right here.

See you there.

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Best footballing names

Richard Chinn: Ex-Wolves centre back John de Wolf, Great name!

Lekan Olubusoye: Former Wolfsburg manager Wolfgang Wolf, is certainly worth a mention.

James Wilkin: Surely it has to be the Indonesian FA's Bob Hippy?

We have tapped a bottomless seam with your knowledge of fabulous footballing names.

Still some unheard pearls landing in our social media and text inboxes.

Player reaction

Everton 3-0 Lille

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Steven Naismith speaking to ITV4: "One of our biggest assets is that everyone works hard for each other and when we lose the ball we work hard to get it get it back. That was very evident in the first half and I think that was where we won the game."

Everton 3-0 Lille

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These are the stats then. And they probably don't do Everton's dominance justice. It was a very easy win once the second went in. The sort of performance to fuel fans' hopes of improving on last year.

FULL-TIME

Everton 3-0 Lille

Franck Beria and his teammates applaud the fans at full-time
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Everton 3-0 Lille

Divork Origi wins a late corner as he battles away with Sylvain Distin, but nothing comes of it as Everton boot clear.

Cue Grand Old Team....

Three minutes of injury time

Everton 3-0 Lille

I wouldn't normally advocate it, but if you are going to beat the traffic at one match this might be the one to choose. It is done. Finished. Over. Bar another 180 seconds of kickabout.

Everton 3-0 Lille

Lille fans celebrate in the stands
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Lille's fans rouse themselves into some rhythmic clapping late on. It is more life than their team have shown for long periods.

The home fans meanwhile have been giving Florent Balmont the bird before and after his dreadful corner kick.

YELLOW CARD

Everton 3-0 Lille

Florent Balmont clatters into Leighton Baines and the yellow card that has been in the post for the whole 90 minues finally lands on his doormat.

He is still chuntering away to Baines after the challenge. He looks like an angry man. Someone get him some scented candles or something.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 3-0 Lille

Muhamed Besic is being taken through some late tactics on the dugout tablet computer. Either that or there are some of Roberto's holiday snaps to take a look at. Nope, on he comes. James McCarthy is the man who makes away to a fully deserved standing ovation. He has been everywhere tonight.

Everton 3-0 Lille

Christian Atsu darts in off the left flank and narrowly fails to pick out Romelu Lukaku with a cute reverse pass. Ten to go.

DISALLOWED GOAL

Everton 3-0 Lille

Romelu Lukaku with possession of the ball
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Romelu Lukaku charges down a yawning channel between the two centre-halves and onto James McCarthy's pass. Vincent Enyeama comes out of goal and stands stock still with his hand in the air appealing for offside.

Fortunately for the Lille keeper, unlike that time when Fabian Barthez tried the same when faced with Paolo Di Canio, the linesman agrees.

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Best footballing names

Tom Ellison: Great football names? Championship Manager legend Tonton Zola Moukoko.

Adam: Can't be many better named footballers than Zimbabwean defender Danger Fourpence.

Rob: Jan Vennegoor of Hessilink has to be worth a mention

Everton 3-0 Lille

Everton are still probing away and look the more dangerous of the two teams. Lille's double switch has not injected life into their flat-lining performance.

The visitors roll the dice for the third and final time as Sebastien Corchia makes way for Ronny Rodelin. Another decent name...

Everton 3-0 Lille

Whoever is on the tannoy at Everton is doing a sterling job with the announcements to the away fans. They are calling the subs in what sounds like grammatically perfect French with absolutely zero concession towards an accent.

Text us on 81111

Lenell John-Lewis playing for Grimsby
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Anon: Lenell John-Lewis [pictured] plays for Grimsby Town, nickname 'the shop'.

Alan, Edinburgh: Another one from the nominative determinism school, this time from the US code of football; former Detroit Lions QB Chuck Long.

Tim, Exeter: Denmark international and Leeds midfielder Casper Sloth has to have one of the best names in football.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 3-0 Lille

Gareth Barry is substituted
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Everton are forced into a double change of their own. Aiden McGeady's removal for Christian Atsu is planned, but Gareth Barry is back on the sidelines as well after clashing shins with Sebastien Corchia over a 50-50 ball.

Barry limps off and is shown a rather harsh yellow as he goes. It looked like an honest challenge for a ball that was there for him to win.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 3-0 Lille

A double switch from Lille, who replace Michael Frey with Nolan Roux and Ryan Mendes with Franck Beria.

It might be all too little too late though.

GOAL

Everton 3-0 Lille - Steven Naismith

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Steven Naismith celebrates
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A sumptuous team goal and that is surely three points bagged as well as three goals.

Romelu Lukaku slides Leighton Baines in on the overlap and the former Wigan man squares neatly for Steven Naismith in the box. Naismith still has plenty to do, but does it in style. He holds off his man, before rifling into the roof of the net.

Everton 2-0 Lille

Without an early breakthrough in the second half, Lille are being forced further forward. They have not managed to apply any concerted pressure on Everton though.

Elsewhere in Europe

Wolfsburg are two to the good against Krasnodar in the other game in Everton and Lille's group. Both goals have come from second-half substitute Aaron Hunt, who qualifies for England through his mum's side of the family.

GREAT SAVE!

Everton 2-0 Lille

A meaty strike from Romelu Lukaku, who managed to convince Leighton Baines to let him have a dig, but Vincent Enyeama gets across well and shovels it out with two solid palms.

Everton 2-0 Lille

More easy-on-the-eye interplay from Everton and it is rudely interrupted as Rio Mavuba slides in on Romelu Lukaku. Nearly 30 yards out and central, it is a good spot for a free-kick....

Elsewhere in Europe

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Napoli are 1-0 up against Young Boys Bern in a crunch clash in Group I thanks to Jonathan De Guzman's goal on the stroke of half-time. In the pool's other game Sparta Prague look set to bank all three points after taking a 2-0 lead over Slovan Bratislava into the interval.

Legia Warsaw are currently being held 1-1 by Metalist Kharkiv but if they can earn the win they will finalise their place in the last 32 provided Belgium side Lokeren's clash with Trabzonspor remains 1-1. Not many goals in Group J where leaders Aalborg are drawing 0-0 away against Dynamo Kiev while Rio Ave are 1-0 up at home to Steaua Bucharest.

Sevilla look in control in Group G after taking a 2-1 lead at home to Standard Liege with Feyenoord set to climb into second spot if they can hold on for victory against Croatian outfit HNK Rijeka after scoring twice without answer in Rotterdam.

You can follow all the latest scores

here.

Everton 2-0 Lille

Ryan Mendes is down in a heap. The Lille midfielder actually copped a heel in the back from team-mate Michael Frey as he wrestled with an opponent. Everton put the ball out sportingly and he is back up and running after a few gentle words of encouragement from the physio.

Everton 2-0 Lille

Divock Origi gets one-on-one with Tony Hibbert out wide, but he is closely watched by the Everton full-back. The teenager's shot is deflected behind by Hibbert's leg.

KICK-OFF

Everton 2-0 Lille

We are back under way. No changes from either boss at the break.

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Liam Harding: C'mon, it's got to be Creedence Clearwater Couto

Marc Harrison: No one comes close to Danny Invincible once of Swindon Town.

You'd think wouldn't you Dave, but still they keep coming...

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Best footballing names

Drum-roll please maestro

David Ledger: Australian goalkeeper born in 1916... Norman Conquest. Surely unbeatable.

Elsewhere in Europe

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Veteran German striker Kevin Kuranyi fired Dinamo Moscow into the knockout stages as a 1-0 victory at home to Portuguese side Estoril Praia maintained their 100% record in Group E. PSV Eindhoven put themselves in a good position to follow Dinamo through with a battling 3-2 win away at Panathinaikos.

Salzburg roared into the last 32 with a 5-1 demolition of Dinamo Zagreb thanks to a Jonathan Soriano hat-trick in Group D. Borussia Monchengladbach moved to the top of Group A after a 2-0 victory over Apollon Limassol in Cyprus, replacing Villarreal following their surprise 3-2 defeat by FC Zurich.

Lior Rafaelov plundered a first-half hat-trick as Club Brugge maintained their bid for a place in the knockout phase with a 4-0 rout of Copenhagen. Club Brugge lead Group B ahead of Torino, whose chances of progressing to the next round were jeopardised by a 2-1 defeat in Finland to HJK Helsinki.

Everton 2-0 Lille

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It felt like a lot more than 64% possession from here. Everton have been bossing affairs.

HALF-TIME

Everton 2-0 Lille

Everton stride back in for their half-time pep talk. If they don't win from here, I think even the unflappable Roberto Martinez might get a little angry.

GOAL

Everton 2-0 Lille - Phil Jagielka

Phil Jagielka scores a header
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Phil Jagielka celebrates
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Zonk! Phil Jagielka tenses the neck muscles and bullets a header home from a deep corner. The marking was absolutely AWOL though.

Everton earned the set-piece after a clever move, with Leighton Baines' scooped throughball finding Steven Naismith, who saw his shot smothered behind by Vincent Enyeama.

The Lille goalkeeper has looked good and probably doesn't deserve to have picked the ball out of the onion bag twice already.

Everton 1-0 Lille

The crowd enjoyed that one. Sylvain Distin wins a foot-race with on-loan Liverpool striker Divock Origi, wiping out the teenager with a lawnmower of a tackle.

Origi has struggled to get a sniff so far.

Everton 1-0 Lille

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Everton are still zapping the passes around. Their play is almost as stylish as their gaffer. Roberto Martinez is sporting a very classy overcoat on the sidelines, putting Lille counterpart Rene Girard to shame.

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Alex Hammel: Best football names? How about the striker from the Seychelles named Johnny Moustache.

Sean Kelly: Great footballing names? Surely ex-Southampton player Forbes Phillipson-Masters is worth a shout. Touch of class.

Nutmeg Larry: Innocent Mdledle and Knowledge Musona in South Africa are up there with some of best names I've come across

CLOSE!

Everton 1-0 Lille

Aiden McGeady's got his dancing shoes on. The Republic of Ireland winger leaves Simon Kjaer's head spinning with a quick stepover and spurt and lays on a perfect cross for Romelu Lukaku in the middle. The ball smears across the Belgian's forehead and wide though.

A big chance for 2-0 that.

GOAL

Everton 1-0 Lille - Leon Osman

Leon Osman scores the opening goal
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Leon Osman celebrates with the corner flag
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Breakthrough Everton. Aiden McGeady's cross is behind both Steven Naismith and Romelu Lukaku, but Leon Osman at the far post has time to readjust his feet, control the ball and lash a punted shot across Vincent Enyeama and into the corner.

The Lille players appeal for a handball from the goalscorer, but it looks like his controlling touch was more chest than arm.