Europa League round-up: Besiktas and Ajax out, Borussia Dortmund finish second
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 11/12/15 12:01am
Sporting Lisbon came from behind to make it out of Europa League Group H and knock Besiktas out of the competition.
The Turkish side took the lead through Mario Gomez but Islam Slimani, Bryan Ruiz and Teofilo Gutierrez replied in a 10-minute spell in the second half to ensure Sporting finished as runners-up behind Lokomotiv Moscow, who beat Skenderbeu 3-0.
Chelsea loanee Nathaniel Chalobah scored his first goal for Napoli as the Italians made it six wins from six with a resounding 5-2 success over Legia Warsaw.
Their qualification had already been sealed prior to kick-off and FC Midtjylland joined them in advancing out of Group D thanks to a 1-1 draw with Club Brugge, for whom ex-Middlesbrough and Burnley forward Jelle Vossen scored.
Krasnodar and Sporting Braga won their groups ahead of Borussia Dortmund and Marseille respectively.
Russian side Krasnodar were 3-0 victors over Gabala as Dortmund stumbled to a 1-0 home reverse to PAOK Salonika in Group C, while Braga's 0-0 draw with Groningen in Group F proved enough despite OM's 4-2 triumph at Slovan Liberec.
Augsburg got the win they needed to advance behind Group L winners Athletic Bilbao - who drew 2-2 with AZ Alkmaar - as Partizan Belgrade succumbed to a 3-1 home loss to the Germans to be eliminated on goal difference.
Schalke went through as Group K winners and Sparta Prague as runners-up following their respective 4-0 and 3-1 successes over Asteras Tripoli and Apoel Nicosia.
Bruno Soriano's stoppage-time equaliser saved second-placed Villarreal in a 3-3 draw with Viktoria Plzen, who had gone ahead in the 90th minute through Tomas Horava at the Doosan Arena, but Rapid Vienna sealed Group E's top spot with a 2-1 success over Dinamo Minsk.
St Etienne and Lazio, who had already qualified in second and first, drew 1-1 in France while Dnipro, finalists last year, bowed out with a 3-0 win over Rosenborg.
Basel and Fiorentina went through as one and two in Group I after they both won 1-0 against Lech Poznan and Belenenses respectively.
Anderlecht followed Tottenham through from Group J after a 2-1 win over Qarabag while Molde won Group A ahead of Fenerbahce after 1-1 draws with Ajax and Celtic respectively.
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