Galatasaray were the biggest team to exit the Europa League on Thursday as Everton, Zenit and PSV learned their opponents in the next round.
Super Lig giants Galatasaray were 2-0 down from the first leg of their tie with Sweden's Ostersund and could only draw 1-1 at home in the second leg on Thursday.
Everton will face Ruzomberok of Slovakia after they won 2-0 at Norwegian club Brann to overturn their 1-0 first-leg deficit, while Bnei Yehuda Tel-Aviv earned a tie with Zenit after knocking out Trencin 3-1 on aggregate.
Östersunds FK's opener against Galatasaray in their big win. Brilliant football from the Swedes. pic.twitter.com/a51tsKZPVy— Running The Show (@RunTheShowBlog) July 16, 2017
PSV will play Osijek after the Croatian outfit came through 3-2 on aggregate against Luzern despite losing the second leg 2-1.
Fenerbahce are set to face Sturm Graz while Gent of Belgium – who reached the last 16 of the tournament in 2016-17 – will take on Austrian team Rheindorf Altach.
AC Milan, Marseille and Athletic Bilbao are among the European teams entering the Europa League in the third qualifying round, with the first legs to be played on July 27.