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Live Reporting

Nick McPheat

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    FT: AZ Alkmaar 7-0 Dundee Utd (agg 7-1)

    That's all for tonight on a woeful evening for Dundee United.

    We'll be back with coverage of all the domestic action over the weekend, when we'll find out how United will respond at Tynecastle on Sunday.

    Thanks for joining.

  2. 'It's embarrassing' - Edwards

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    Dundee United captain Ryan Edwards tells BBC Scotland: "It's hard to describe it. We conceded too many soft goals.

    "People have paid money to come over and watch, and it ends like that... it's embarrassing.

    "We have to accept it. We have to take it. It's back to the bread and butter at the weekend."

  3. Post update

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    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The goals United conceded were laughably soft.
  4. Post update

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    Craig Easton

    Former Dundee Utd midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Conceding six goals in 26 minutes? That's the story right there.
  5. 'It's a sore, sore night' - Ross

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    Dundee United boss Jack Ross tells BBC Scotland: "For every plaudit we received last Thursday, we deserve every bit of criticism we get on the back of that.

    "We conceded six goals in 26 minutes. That's not good irrespective of the opponent. It was a tough, tough night for us.

    "All the discipline we showed in our play last week, we didn't do as well. We didn't deal with the period of adversity well. The goals from our point of view were poor. It's a sore, sore night.

    "The players should feel sore, I feel sore. It's not a night for excuses, it's a night for realism."

    Image caption: United boss Ross also apologised to the travelling support
  6. A sobering evening

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  7. 'United need to come out fighting'

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    Craig Levein

    Former Dundee Utd manager on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: United need to show their fans that tonight was a one-off. They need to come out fighting in the next match.
  8. Post update

  9. Where do you United go from here?

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    A week after everyone rightly waxing lyrical about United, they will now have to deal with the waves of criticism that will come their way.

    It's the fickle nature of football, but Jack Ross and his side need to dust themselves down quickly.

    The Tannadice club have just one point from their opening two league games and face a trip to Tynecastle on Sunday. Not easy.

  10. 'Huge distances'

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    John Rankin

    Former Dundee Utd midfielder on BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: The distances between the United centre-backs and full-backs were huge.
  11. Post update

  12. 'Hard one to forget'

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    James McFadden

    Former Scotland forward on BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: It's a hard one. You go over knowing its going to be tough but you're optimistic. To lose the game 7-0 is a real sore one. Sometimes you just have to move on. But that's easier said than done. It's a hard one to forget about.
  13. FULL-TIME: AZ Alkmaar 7-0 Dundee Utd (agg 7-1)

    A chastening night for United.

    After a hugely impressive first-leg victory, the Tannadice side collapsed in Alkmaar.

    A defeat that equals the record for the biggest European defeat in Scottish football history.

  14. HITS THE WOODWORK

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    Offt... that could have been a record-breaking moment. Not in a good way, obviously.

    Pavlidis chops onto his right foot and sees a finish bounce off the foot of the near post.

  15. Post update

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    United fans, the good news is we're in the 90th minute.

    The bad news is there are two minutes added.

  16. CLOSE!

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    Another chance for the Scottish side as Charlie Mulgrew's wide free-kick finds centre-back partner Ryan Edwards at the back post.

    But the United captain can't put his close-range header on target.

  17. CLOSE!

    AZ Alkmaar 7-0 Dundee Utd (agg 7-1)

    United win a free-kick in a dangerous position.

    Glenn Middleton places it and drills his strike into the wall before the ball drops just wide of the left-hand post.

  18. Post update

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    Another huge block, this time from Ryan Edwards, stops AZ making it eight.

    Barasi smashes a volley towards goal but the United captain is in the way almost on the goal line.

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