Europa League roundup: Young Boys shock Napoli

Young Boys' French forward Guillaume Hoarau gestures as he celebrates his team's first goal with teammate Swiss defender Steve von Bergen during the UEFA Europa League Group I football match between BSC Young Boys and SSC Napoli in Bern on October 23, 201
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Sports Mole rounds up all of the action for the early games in the Europa League.

Young Boys managed to cause an upset in Group I as Guillaume Hoarau and Leonardo Bertone both scored in a 2-0 victory over Napoli.

Young Boys' French forward Guillaume Hoarau gestures as he celebrates his team's first goal with teammate Swiss defender Steve von Bergen during the UEFA Europa League Group I football match between BSC Young Boys and SSC Napoli in Bern on October 23, 201© Getty Images

Everton continued a promising start to their Europa League campaign by claiming a potentially crucial point in a goalless draw with Lille.

Kevin De Bruyne starred elsewhere in Group H as Wolfsburg recorded a 4-2 win over Krasnodar, who remain bottom of the group.

Andrej Kramaric stole the show for Rijeka as he netted a hat-trick to guide Rijeka to a 3-1 victory over Group G rivals Feyenoord.

In the same group, Sevilla held on to top spot by playing out a goalless draw with Standard Liege in Belgium.

Aalborg boosted their chances of reaching the next round with a 2-0 victory over Dynamo Kiev in Group J, where there was also success for Steaua Bucuresti, who claimed a 2-1 win over Rio Ave thanks to a brace from Raul Rusescu.

Portugese Rio Ave FC player Tiago Pinto vies for the ball with Aab's Frederik Borsting of Aalborg during the UEFA Europa League group J football match between Aalborg BK v Rio Ave FC on October 2, 2014© Getty Images

In Group K, Dinamo Minsk earned their first point of the campaign by holding Guingamp to a goalless draw, while Juan Vargas kept up Fiorentina's 100% record with the winner in a 1-0 triumph over PAOK.

Mustafa Yatabare and Kevin Constant both struck in the second half to guide Trabzonspor to a 2-0 success against Lokeren.

Everton's Cameroonian forward Samuel Eto'o celebrates after scoring a goal during the UEFA Europe League group H football match between Krasnodar and Everton in Krasnodar on October 2, 2014
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