Wide angle · Europa League | From the celebration of the Gibraltar players, perhaps we can understand the value and significance of the Europa League. In the early morning, they beat Liechtenstein 1-0 in an away game in the second group of the Europa League D level, ranking first in this group with two consecutive victories. This is the second away victory in the team's history. Two years ago, in the same UEFA Europa League game, Gibraltar beat Armenia 1-0 in a historic away game. Gibraltar is currently ranked 195th in the world, with only 15 teams ranking lower than them. In 2013, Gibraltar officially became a member of UEFA and was licensed to participate by FIFA three years later. In the 2018 World Cup qualifiers and the 2020 European Cup qualifiers, Gibraltar played a total of 18 games and lost all of them, conceding a total of 78 goals. Unlike the grouping method of the competition qualifiers, the Europa League, which groups the same teams in a group, obviously gave this underdog a chance to taste victory. In the UEFA European League in 2018, they won a streak of Armenia and Liechtenstein in October; this year, they defeated San Marino and then defeated Liechtenstein in the early morning. And these four victories are also the only four main game wins in the history of the team. Perhaps the UEFA is just a more formal warm-up match for the strong teams, but for these so-called "fish belly" teams, it is an opportunity to write history.