Rubin Kazan overcame Molde to seal a 5-0 aggregate win over Molde and take their place in the UEFA Europa League group stages.
Rubin, who reached the quarter-finals of last year’s competition, eased into the group stage thanks to goals from Aleksandr Prudnikov, Roman Eremenko and Sardar Azmoun in a 3-0 victory.
Jermain Defoe was the key man for Tottenham in their thrashing of Dinamo Zagreb, the England international scoring a brace in a 3-0 (8-0 agg) win.
Swansea also made it through comfortably despite a 2-1 loss to Petrolul of Romania - Michael Laudrup’s men making it into the group stage 6-3 on aggregate.
AZ and Atromitos will have to wait a little longer to discover their fate after their game at the AFAS Stadion was abandoned due to a fire at the stadium. The Greek side were 1-0 ahead after losing the first leg 3-1.
Colombian Carlos Bacca scored a double in Sevilla's 5-0 procession past Slask - a result which clinched a 9-1 aggregate victory.
Sevilla's city rivals Real Betis thrashed Jablonec 6-0 (8-1 agg), but Fiorentina progressed by a much narrower margin, with the Italian side going through on away goals (2-2 agg) following a 1-0 home loss to Grasshoppers.
Portuguese side Braga were victims of one of the bigger shocks of the round, though, as Jesualdo Ferreira's men succumbed to a 2-0 (2-1 agg) defeat after extra time at the hands of Pandurii, Alexandru Ciucur scoring the crucial goal for the Romanian side.
Feyenoord's poor start to the season continued with a 2-1 (3-1 agg) defeat at home to Kuban Krasnodar, with Ivelin Popov and Gheorghe Bucur scoring for the Russians.
Dynamo Kiev breezed into the next stage as they hammered Aktobe of Kazakhstan 5-1 (8-3 agg).
Striker Paulo Henrique netted a double as Trabzonspor overcame Kukes of Albania 3-1 (5-1 agg), while winger Fabien Camus found the net twice as Genk secured a 7-2 aggregate win over Icelandic club FH with a 5-2 success.
Stuttgart were unable to overturn a 2-1 first-leg deficit as they could only manage a 2-2 draw with Rijeka, the Croatian side prevailing 4-3 on aggregate thanks to an injury-time goal from Goran Mujanovic.
However, there was better news for Eintracht Frankfurt who were competing in Europe for the first time in seven years, as Alexander Meier and Takashi Inui scored in a 2-1 win to clinch a 4-1 aggregate triumph over Qarabag.
Striker Goran Karanovic scored twice as Swiss outfit St Gallen won 4-2 (5-3 agg) at Spartak Moscow to progess to the group stages.
Udinese crashed out to Czech club Slovan Liberec – who led 3-1 from the first leg – after a 1-1 draw at the Stadion u Nisy.
It was a difficult day for French sides, with Saint-Etienne eliminated 5-3 on aggregate following a 1-0 home defeat to Esbjerg of Denmark.
Meanwhile, Nice’s 1-0 win over Apollon was not enough to see them through as the Cypriot side progressed 2-1 on aggregate.
Standard Liege qualified in emphatic fashion, crushing Minsk 3-1 (5-1 agg), and Ukrainian side Dnipro overcame Klaju over Estonia 2-0 (5-1 agg).
Maccabi Haifa progressed 3-1 on aggregate thanks to1-1 draw with Astra, Rapid Vienna cruised past Dila 3-0 (4-0 agg) and Elfsborg made It through after beating Nordsjaelland 1-0 (2-1 agg).
Swiss club Thun overturned a 1-0 first-leg deficit against Partizan Belgrade with a 3-0 home win, while Besiktas pulled off similar heroics to beat Norwegian outfit Tromso 2-0 (3-2 agg).
A late goal from Jens Naessens gave Zulte Waregem a 2-1 (3-2 agg) win over APOEL in Nicosia, and Skenderbeu won a dramatic game with Chornomorets Odessa 7-6 on penalties after striker Andi Riba’s goal had levelled the tie at 1-1 on aggregate.
Elsewhere, Estoril, Red Bull Salzburg and Sheriff progressed after wins over Pasching, Zalgiris and Vojvodina.
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|Griezmann: Stern words led to second-half fightback|
|Cacic: Croatia´s time will come|
|Italy v Spain will be different to Euro 2012 final - Camoranesi|
|France 2 Republic of Ireland 1: Griezmann double rescues hosts|
|Capello: Spain are pure magic|
|Wolfsburg complete Bruma signing|
|Koke: Spain need to bring back ´The Red Fury´|
|Pizzi: Chile can beat Messi and Argentina|
|Schalke swoop for Swiss star Embolo|
|Subotic signals intention to leave Dortmund|
|Howedes eager for France showdown|
|Russia confirm Slutsky resignation|
|Pirlo: Italy out for Spain revenge|
|Vokes consoles McAuley after Wales march on|
|Italy-Spain a battle of world´s best - Llorente|
|Messi one win away from becoming the greatest|
|Play-offs the goal as Baptista settles into life in Orlando|
|Colombia closer to winning titles - Pekerman|
|MLS Review: Kaka scores 100th-minute penalty in thriller, Lampard inspires NYC|
|Portugal ´don´t have a clue how they scored´ – Rakitic|
|Klinsmann: USA should be proud of Copa America display|
|United States 0 Colombia 1: Bacca secures third place at Copa America|
|Corluka: Portugal among worst teams at Euro 2016|
|Sanches happy to be involved as Portugal reach quarters|
|Euro 2016 Diary: Shaqiri rivals Pique for Shakira´s affection, Bale reveals secret weapon|
|Morata: I have nothing to prove to Zidane|
|Di Maria fit for Copa final|
|´You do not always win by playing prettily´ - Santos unconcerned by dour Portugal|
|The best team lost, says disconsolate Cacic|
|Fabianski: Poland must create more for Lewandowski|
|McAuley pride after crushing Wales loss|
|Ronaldo takes one for the team as Portugal emerge from drudgery in Lens|
|Croatia 0 Portugal 1 (aet): Quaresma earns quarter-final berth|
|Hodgson will not beg for FA approval after Euro 2016|
|Emotional Bale glad to share Paris joy with family|
|O´Neill left frustrated by officials following Euro 2016 exit|
|Coleman hails Bale brilliance in Wales win|
|Low relying on Kroos to lead Germany the way|
|Italy v Spain: Thiago denies shirt jinx ahead of Azzurri clash|
|O´Neill: McAuley has been magnificent|
|Szczesny thanks Swiss fans for drink|
|Hector: Slovakia have plenty of quality in attack|
|Morata: Italy defenders have told me to wear a helmet|
|Coleman content with scrappy Wales progression|
|Wales remain and Northern Ireland leave after Paris battle|
|We are free of pressure - Gera|
|´Do I look like I have doubts?´ - Defiant Nawalka defends Lewandowski|
|Wales 1 Northern Ireland 0: McAuley´s woe is Welsh joy|
|No chance Barcelona star Neymar will join Madrid, says his father|
|Witsel happier to face Hungary than Spain|
|Wilmots accepts pressure ahead of Hungary test|
|Slovakia can upset Germany again - Pekarik|
|Shaqiri unhappy with Poland celebrations after Euro 2016 exit|
|Grosicki struggled to watch Poland shootout win|
|Poland need Lewandowski to rediscover ruthless streak|
|Switzerland 1 Poland 1 (aet, 4-5 pens): Xhaka shocker costs Swiss after Shaqiri magic|
|Payet can handle hero status - Deschamps|
|Redmond joins Southampton on five-year deal|
|Sturridge: Sterling unfairly targeted over England performances|
|Wilmots: I want more from smiling De Bruyne|
|Croatia star Perisic unveils latest wacky hairstyle|
|Brazil´s Lucas Lima wants European move|
|Lloris tempers talk of Ireland revenge mission|
|Deschamps refuses to make France ´98 comparisons|
|O´Neill confident Ireland can shock France|
|Chiellini will give Morata a few kicks - Barzagli|
|England v Iceland: Rooney targets early goal|
|Italy´s Candreva ruled out of Spain match|
|Butland ready for pre-season after scan gives goalkeeper all-clear|
|Origi not underestimating Hungary|
|Plans drafted for Old Firm games to be played abroad|
|Boost for Germany as Boateng trains ahead of last 16|
|I never saw Ronaldo look in the mirror! - Ancelotti|
|Fabregas fears Brexit will damage Premier League|
|Roy not keen on Ireland allocation|
|Dyke backs Hodgson for new contract|
|Spain not as aggressive as 2012, claims Ancelotti|
|Ronaldo and Messi need each other – Ancelotti|
|Juve on the same level as Madrid and Barcelona - Dybala|
|Fabregas: Conte´s Italy will be tough|
|Argentina v Chile: New year, same Copa finalists|
|Ronaldo ´cannot be the whole of Portugal´ - Shilton|
|Messi: Neymar is an amazing person|
|Pekerman keen to finish Copa on high note|
|Rakitic: Ronaldo won´t sleep easily|
|Messi: Now is not a time to give nothing|
|Courtois expects to leave Chelsea in future|
|Less rest no problem for Portugal - Joao Mario|
|Euro 2016 Diary: Benteke rap and Nelly the elephant|
|Santos: Group-stage performances behind Portugal|
|Cacic: We cannot let Ronaldo show his strength|
|O´Neill hopes to blow Bale off course|
|Coleman impressed with Ramsey´s discipline|
|O´Neill fires derby passions ahead of Wales showdown|
|Coleman: Take emotion out of Northern Ireland clash|
|LFP sanctions six Nice players for flouting gambling rules|
|Hungary v Belgium: Lukaku targets last-four spot|
|Dyke hopes Brexit can help England youngsters|
|No favourites against Italy, says Koke|
|Krychowiak not thinking about PSG as Poland stand by Lewandowski|
|World Cup qualifying: Algeria, Cameroon and Nigeria drawn in same group|
|Brexit may damage Premier League´s pursuit of young European players|
|Germany v Slovakia: Weiss confident of repeat Augsburg success|
|France v Republic of Ireland: Long not on Henry revenge mission|
|Chelsea midfielder Baker extends Vitesse loan|
|Chiellini concerned over Brexit ´domino effect´|
|Staying in Euro 2016 gets Coleman´s vote|
|Nainggolan has a room with a balcony so he can smoke - Wilmots|
|Petkovic attempts Poland mind games|
|Wilmots would rather play Spain than Hungary|
|Morata deserves more than being a Madrid bargaining chip - Chiellini|
|AZ want record fee for Janssen|
|What does Brexit mean for European football?|
|I´m not tired, I feel sharp - Kane hits back at critics|
|Delighted Kiyotake hopes to prove his value|
|Premier League confident Brexit will not diminish its success|
|Neuer wary of Hamsik´s long-range shots|
|Genesio: Lyon do not have to sell|
|Morata thanks Juventus fans after Real Madrid return|
|Lapadula undergoes AC Milan medical|
|Santos: Not everything revolves around Ronaldo|
|Icelandic chihuahua prepares to chase the England rhino|
|Jakupovic signs new Hull City contract|
|Lagerback: Brexit will not affect England team|
|ES Setif disqualified from CAF Champions League|
|Gerland sees Kimmich as Lahm´s long-term successor|
|Navas ´recovering nicely´ from heel injury|
|Messi excited by future Barcelona challenges|
|Conte´s Italy like Atletico and Barcelona, says Xavi|
|Zidane the man to take Madrid forward, says Baptista|
|United States v Colombia: Hosts out to end Copa America on a high|
|Aubameyang: It´s my dream to play in Spain|
|Wenger not interested in France job|
|Ronaldo: Euro 2016 surprises end now for Portugal|
|Coke hopeful Sampaoli can exceed Emery at Sevilla|
|Maradona: Portugal too dependent on Ronaldo|
|´What a disaster´ - Messi takes aim at AFA|
|Guidetti: Nolito will thrive at City|
|Wanyama thanks Southampton fans following Spurs switch|
|Kranjcar: Rangers can push Celtic all the way|
|Euro 2016 Diary: Icelandic heaven and Rooney not feeling the love|
|Wenger respects Vardy, talks up Kante|
|Rooney wants to end ´disappointing´ tournament record for England|
|Di Maria in serious doubt for Copa America final|