Everton's Kevin Mirallas scores a goal against Wolfsburg's Diego Benaglio (R) during their Europa League Group H soccer match in Wolfsburg, November 27, 2014. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
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Everton marched on into the knockout stage of the Europa League as winners of Group H with an impressive 2-0 victory away to Bundesliga high-fliers VfL Wolfsburg in Germany Thursday.However, McGeady somehow missed the target with the goal gaping and Everton then increased their advantage 15 minutes from time, Lukaku setting up Mirallas for a brilliantly-taken effort.Elsewhere, Dinamo Moscow beat PSV Eindhoven to secure qualification for the last 32 as winners of Group E. Napoli are also through to the knockout stage after a 0-0 draw away to Sparta Prague in Group I. Rafael Benitez's side are level on points with Sparta and a point above Young Boys but cannot be overtaken by both teams on the final matchday.
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