The Europa League's round of 16 is officially over after four more teams booked their spots to the quarterfinals on Thursday. After Manchester United, Inter Milan, Shakhtar Donetsk and Copenhagen advanced on Wednesday, Sevilla, Bayer Leverkusen, Wolves and Basel joined them on Thursday.
Here's what to know and see from the day's action:
Leverkusen 1, Rangers 0 (4-1 on agg.): With Kai Havertz starting, Leverkusen advanced past Rangers quite comfortably in the end. The German side did not concede in the second leg, and Moussa Diaby's strike 51 minutes in sealed the deal.
Sevilla 2, Roma 0: A strong Sevilla side dominated Roma with Sergio Reguilon and Youssef En-Nesyri both scoring in the first half. Sevilla hit the crossbar more times (two) than Roma had shots on goal (one).
Wolves 1, Olympiacos 0 (2-1 on agg): Wolves' Europa League campaign is more than a year old at this point, and it continues as Raul Jimenez's eighth-minute penalty kick saw the lone goal come in this one. The Greek side wasted numerous chances -- and had a goal overturned by VAR.
Basel 1, Eintracht Frankfurt 0 (4-0 on agg): The legendary Swiss club is into the last eight in a game with 39 total shots between the two. Eintracht trailed 3-0 entering the game, but the German side put just one of its 19 shots on frame.
Patricio says no
Olympiacos were solid in attack and the creativity was there. But stops like these from Rui Patricio were the difference. Check out this unbelievable save down to the right by the Wolves keeper.
Reguilon gets Sevilla started
Sevilla really took their chances well on the day, with Reguilon chesting the ball and showing a burst of speed for the winner. Goalkeeper Pau Lopez should have done much better though.
Rating some of the notable performances on the day, with one being the worst and 10 being perfection:
Rui Patricio, Wolves
The Portuguese shot-stopper was key for Wolves with a number of great saves. Though Olympiacos were a bit off in attack, he came up big when he needed to and recorded five saves. RATING: 8
Fabian Frei, Basel
A fine showing from the Swiss international, who was huge defensively in the middle of the park and also grabbed the winning goal. RATING: 9
Pau Lopez, Roma
Simply put, he should have saved Sevilla's opening goal and could have done better on the second. The difference right there. A nightmare showing. RATING: 3
A look ahead
UEFA Europa League returns next week for the quarterfinal stage. Remember, these are single matches for a spot in the semifinals and not two-leg affairs.
Inter Milan vs. Bayer Leverkusen, Monday at 3 p.m. ET (CBS All Access): Two title contenders and a ton of talent. Inter is the favorite here with Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez leading the way.
Manchester United vs. Copenhagen, Monday at 3 p.m. ET (CBS All Access): The Red Devils are the heavy favorite to advance here, and it could be over by halftime.
Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Basel, Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET (CBS All Access): A tasty encounter where a smaller team will advance to the semifinals. Shakhtar is the better side, but Basel is full of confidence.
Wolves vs. Sevilla, Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET (CBS All Access): Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves' coach, is quite familiar with Sevilla. Will that play to Wolves' advantage in pursuit of European glory?