The Italian club started top of Group F after back-to-back wins but were behind when Paraguay forward Antonio Sanabria tapped home inside the six-yard area. AC Milan’s winning start to the Europa League was ended by a home defeat as Real Betis beat them at the San Siro.
Giovani Lo Celso doubled the Spanish side’s lead in spectacular style, beating former Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina from 30 yards via the post. Patrick Cutrone made it 2-1 but Milan then had Samu Castillejo sent off.
Betis lead by one point with three of their six group games played. Milan are second, two points ahead of third-placed Olympiakos, who picked up their first win by beating Luxembourg side Dudelange 2-0.
Elsewhere, Lazio extended their advantage over third-placed Marseille in Group H to five points by beating them 3-1 in France. But Eintracht Frankfurt moved three points clear at the top of that group with a 2-0 victory over Apollon Limassol.
Five-time tournament winners Sevilla picked up their second win and moved top of Group J on goal difference after they thrashed Akhisarspor 6-0 and former leaders FK Krasnodar lost 2-1 at Standard Liege.
FC Zurich came from behind to beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2 and maintain their 100% record in Group A after Karim Bellarabi had scored twice for the visitors.
In Group B, Red Bull Salzburg made it three wins from three with a 3-0 victory over Rosenborg and in Group C, Zenit St Petersburg fought back from a goal down to beat Bordeaux 2-1 at home, despite Artyem Dzyuba missing a penalty.
Fenerbahce overcame a 2-0 deficit to draw at Anderlecht in Group D, while Villarreal moved level on points with Rangers in Group G with an emphatic 5-0 win over Rapid Vienna.
KRC Genk moved top of Group I with a thrilling 4-2 win over Besiktas in Turkey, where five goals were scored in 17 minutes at the end of the second half. Europa League last nights results:
Source: BBC News