Europa League Review: Dortmund through, Napoli out

Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and defending champion Sevilla all progressed to the round of 16 of the Europa League while Napoli and FC Porto were the big casualties of the round.

Borussia Dortmund's Shinji Kagawa in action against FC Porto at the Dragao stadium in Portugal.   -  AP

Borussia Dortmund progressed to the next round at the expense of Porto, with Iker Casillas' unfortunate own goal making the difference on Thursday.

>FC Porto 0-1 Borussia Dortmund (Agg 0-3)

Spanish Armada rolls on

Villarreal made it through at the expense of Napoli as Tomas Pina cancelled out Marek Hamsik's opener for a 1-1 draw after its 1-0 first-leg win, while defending champion Sevilla reached the last 16 despite its 1-0 loss against Molde.

Second-half goals from Rodrigo, Sofiane Feghouli, Pablo Piatti and Ruben Vezo helped Valencia to a 4-0 away win over Rapid Wien, making it 10-0 on aggregate for Gary Neville's men.

Sabin Merino's second-half goal helped Athletic Bilbao to a 1-1 draw against Marseille, which proved just enough after last week's 1-0 away win.

>Napoli 1-1 Villareal (Agg 1-2)

>Molde 1-0 Sevilla (Agg 1-3) >

>Rapid Wien 0-4 Valencia (Agg 0-10) >

>Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Marseille (Agg 2-1)

Basel shocked Saint-Etienne 2-1 (4-4 agg) to go through, with Luca Zuffi the hero following his last-minute winner, while Shakhtar Donetsk beat Schalke 3-0 in Gelsenkirchen to progress, with Marlos, Facundo Ferreyra and Viktor Kovalenko finding the net.

>FC Basel 2-1 St Etienne (Agg 4-4, Basel win on away goals)

>FC Schalke 0-3 Shakhtar Donetsk (Agg 0-3)

A fine second-half performance saw Lazio record a 3-1 victory over Galatasaray to progress, with Marco Parolo, Felipe Anderson and Miroslav Klose among the goalscorers for the Serie A side.

Bayer Leverkusen saw off Sporting CP 3-1 at the BayArena, with Karim Bellarabi putting in a man of the match performance to lead the way for his side.

>Lazio 3-1 Galatasaray (Agg 4-2)

>Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 Sporting Lisbon (Agg 4-1)

Anderlecht needed extra time to end Olympiacos' European dreams, with Franck Acheampong netting twice in extra time to make it 2-1 on the evening and 3-1 on aggregate.

Fenerbahce recorded a 1-1 draw with Lokomotiv Moscow to book its ticket for the next round after last week's 2-0 victory, while Sparta Prague saw off Krasnodar 3-0 to qualify.

>Lokomotiv 1-1 Fenerbahce (Agg 1-3)

>Krasnodar 0-3 Sparta Prague (Agg 0-4)

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