Defending champion Sevilla rescued a 2-2 draw at Rijeka in the Europa League, while Everton also snatched a point at impressive Russian side Krasnodar on Thursday.Substitute Stephane Mbia levelled in stoppage time after Zoran Kvrzics deflected shot appeared to have given the Croatian side the win.Iago Aspas gave Sevilla the lead in the 26th minute but the match was turned on its head shortly after halftime when Timothee Kolodziejczak was sent off for fouling Rijeka forward Andrej Kramaric, who fired in the spot kick.Sevilla tops Group G by a point from Feyenoord, which beat Standard Liege 2-1. Liege was tied on points with Feyenoord.In Group H, Everton has two more points than Krasnodar and Lille, after the French side drew 1-1 at Wolfsburg.Krasnodar went close to taking all three points before Samuel Etoo equalized with seven minutes remaining, guiding home Leighton Baines cross from close range to spare Everton blushes.Everton defended poorly and gifted Krasnodar the lead shortly before halftime. Phil Jagielka attempted to clear Odil Ahmedovs pass but succeeded only in flicking the ball to Ari, who calmly slotted it past Tim Howard.Krasnodar, which was founded only six years ago, could have doubled its lead after a fantastic run by another Brazilian, Wanderson, but he hit the crossbar.In Germany, a stunning long-range volley from Kevin De Bruyne handed Wolfsburg a share of the spoils. Lilles Divock Origi broke the deadlock from the penalty spot five minutes earlier following a Ricardo Rodriguez handball.There was disappointment for another English Premier League side as a late penalty saw Tottenham held to 1-1 at home by Besitkas.Tottenham appeared to be on course for its first group win after Harry Kane scored against the run of play, but Demba Ba stroked home a penalty in the final minute following a handball from Vlad Chiriches, who struggled all match.Greek side Asteras Tripolis leads Group C after a 2-0 win over Partizan Belgrade.Marek Hamsik scored against his old club and set up another to help Napoli to a 2-0 win at Slovan Bratislava. Substitute Gonzalo Higuain headed in the second less than a minute after going on to see Napoli move to the top of Group I, as Sparta Prague beat Young Boys 3-1.Fiorentina was also three points clear in its group following a comfortable 3-0 win at Dinamo Minsk. Guingamp secured a surprise 2-0 win over PAOK.Inter Milan recovered from a 4-1 mauling in the Italian league to beat Azerbaijani club Qarabag 2-0. Inter survived a couple of scares, and was jeered off at halftime, 1-0 up, before Mauro Icardi sealed the victory with a powerful diagonal shot five minutes from time.Walter Mazzarris side has maximum points in Group F, four more than second-place Saint-Etienne, which was held to a draw by Dnipro.Elsewhere, Gerard Moreno and Javier Espinosa scored twice as Villarreal routed Apollon 4-0 to leapfrog above its opponent to the top of Group A. Zurich drew 1-1 at home to Borussia Moenchengladbach.Celtic moved level with Salzburg at the top of its group after beating Dinamo Zagreb 1-0. Salzburg won 2-1 at Astra. Adidas NMD New Zealand . 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Adidas NMD R1 New Zealand . The Philadelphia Eagles acquired running back Darren Sproles from the New Orleans Saints for a fifth-round draft pick on Tuesday. WASHINGTON -- Speaking to reporters moments after losing his opening match at the Citi Open, John Isner swore, gave clipped answers and complained that he and fellow American Steve Johnson played on a secondary court instead of in the main stadium. Isner, a two-time runner-up at the hard-court tuneup for the U.S. Open, hit 29 aces but failed to earn a single break point and was beaten by the 68th-ranked Johnson 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Wednesday night. Seeded No. 5 in Washington and ranked No. 12 overall -- the highest American man by nearly 50 spots -- Isner bowed out quickly after winning a hard-court title in Atlanta last week. "I didnt like playing out there," Isner said of being placed on Grandstand 1, instead of the nearby larger arena, where he contested the finals in 2007 and last year. "I just didnt think I deserved to play on that court," he added. "Simple as that." Asked what about the main stadium helps him, Isner replied: "Its just a better court." "I like my chances better on centre court, but he beat me fair and square," said Isner, who had a first-round bye. Johnson only converted 1 of 2 break points, but that was enough to reach the third round. Isner erased one match point at 6-5 in the third-set tiebreaker, but at 6-all, he double-faulted, then smacked a ball out of the court. Given a second opportunity to close it, Johnson did. As for the court assignment, Johnson said the tournaments international TV partners chose to have higher-seeded men from other countries -- No. 1 Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic, No. 2 Milos Raonic of Canada and No. 4 Kei Nishikori of JJapan, who all beat American opponents Wednesday -- play in the 4, 6 and 8 p.ddddddddddddm. time slots on the Stadium Court. Isner was given the option of playing there in the days last match -- probably starting at about 10 p.m. -- or instead shifting to the smaller court, but with an earlier start time. "Its a pretty intimate court. People are right on you," Johnson said. "I thought it was kind of a bummer, because (Isner) deserves to be on the big stage. But Im not in control of that." In a statement relayed via a spokesperson, tournament director Jeff Newman said: "Many factors are at play in scheduling decisions, including domestic and international television, and many more. As a player who has played so well here in the past, we can appreciate its a tough loss (for Isner), but credit to Steve Johnson for the win." Raonic, a Wimbledon semifinalist from Thornhill, Ont., was tested by 60th-ranked Jack Sock but took the last six points of the first set, and the last five points of the second to win 7-6 (3), 7-6 (3). Vancouvers Vasek Pospisil is also moving on by eliminating American Rajeev Ram 6-0, 7-6. Nishikori edged Sam Querrey 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, while Berdych beat qualifier Robby Ginepri 6-1, 6-4. Two seeded men lost when Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic beat No. 8 Feliciano Lopez 7-6 (5), 6-4, and Donald Young of the United States eliminated No. 17 Julien Benneteau 6-4, 6-3. In womens action, Kristina Mladenovic beat American qualifier Taylor Townsend 6-3, 6-4, and Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan stopped playing against Kurumi Nara of Japan because of a right elbow injury. ' ' '