Leicester City reached the quarter-finals of the European Conference despite losing to hosts Rennais (1-2) on Thursday in the second leg, taking advantage of a two-goal win. Benjamin Bourigeaud opened the scoring for the hosts in the eighth minute, before Wesley Fofana equalized for the visitors in the 51st minute but Flavian Tait added Rennais ‘ second goal in the 76th minute.
French club Marseille have joined the quarter-finalists of the European conference after renewing their 2-1 win over Swiss hosts Basel in the second leg on Thursday. The French side got a penalty but Amin Harith was unable to score in the 35th minute, and in the 63rd minute Dan Ndoye opened the scoring for the hosts, before Cengiz Under equalized for Marseille in the 74th minute, and in added time substitute Valentin Rongier scored the winning goal for Marseille.
At the “Parken” Stadium in the Danish capital, the Dutch Eindhoven clinched qualification to the quarter-finals by sweeping host Copenhagen with a clean four. The two teams were tied with four goals each in the first leg, to qualify PSV with an 8-4 win on aggregate.
Norway’s Bodo Glimt also qualified after a 2-2 draw with Dutch hosts Alkmaar after the extension, to cross a 4-3 lead on aggregate.
PAOK reached the same round with a two-goal victory over host Ghent.
Italian Roma qualified for the quarter-finals, despite a draw with Dutch side Vitesse, taking advantage of a one-goal win in the first leg. Maximilian Wittek gave the Dutch side the lead in the 62nd minute with a powerful shot, but Tammy Abraham managed to adjust the score in the last breath of the game to pass Jose Mourinho’s sons to the next round.