LONDON (AP) -Dynamo Kiev of Ukraine and Belarus' BATE Borisov progressed from the Champions League third qualifying round after securing 3-1 aggregate victories on Tuesday.
Kiev sealed safe passage late in the second leg when forward Ideye Brown scored in the sixth minute of added time for a 1-0 away victory over Dutch side Feyenoord.
BATE arrived in Hungary deadlocked at 1-1 with Debrecen after the first leg but goals either side of halftime from Dmitri Mozolevski in the 25th and Aleksandr Volodko in the 59th in the return leg ensured the Belarus side moves on.
BATE and Kiev both advance to the play-off stage, the final qualifying hurdle ahead of the Champions League group stage.
Celtic, Fenerbahce, FC Copenhagen, Anderlecht and FC Basel are in action among other clubs on Wednesday.