Gary Neville's Valencia inflict more pain on Rapid Vienna in Europa League

25 February 2016 09:23

Valencia coasted into the last 16 of the Europa League as they thrashed Rapid Vienna 4-0 to complete a 10-0 aggregate triumph.

The Austrians were already all but out having lost the first leg 6-0 in Spain, and they suffered another heavy defeat after second-half goals from Rodrigo (59), Sofiane Feghouli (64), Pablo Piatti (72) and Ruben Vezo (88) saw Gary Neville's side progress in style.

Liverpool edged past Augsburg at Anfield following James Milner's early penalty, which was enough to secure a 1-0 aggregate win.

Karim Bellarabi scored twice as Bayer Leverkusen b eat Sporting 3-1 at the BayArena.

The Germans were defending a 1-0 advantage from the first leg, and were in command after half an hour when winger Bellarabi netted his second goal of the tie.

Joao Mario (38) pulled one back for the Portugese side, but Bellarabi (65) cracked in another before Hakan Calhanoglu (87) struck a late volley.

Fenerbahce drew 1-1 at Lokomotiv Moscow, as they progressed through 3-1 on aggregate.

After Alan Kasaev had seen a goal incorrectly ruled out for offside, Aleksandr Samedov (45) gave the Railwaymen hope after netting a close-range effort just before half-time.

However, the Turkish side held out and Mehmet Topal (83) settled matters late on with a looping header from a near-post corner.

Miroslav Klose finally scored his first goal of the season as Lazio dumped Galatasaray out with a 3-1 home win to progress 4-2 on aggregate.

Marco Parolo headed the Italians in front (59) before Felipe Anderson (61) quickly doubled the advantage.

Yasin Oztekin (63) immediately reduced the arrears, but Klose (72) made sure of safe progress when he tapped in Stefan Radu's centre from six yards.

Sparta Prague are also through after beating Krasnodar 3-0 away.

The Czechs, leading 1-0 from the first leg, went ahead early in the second half through Lukas Marecek (51) before Martin Frydek's (57) header doubled the lead.

After midfielder Charles Kabore was sent off for a second yellow card, Kehinde Fatai (70) fired in a third.

A late goal from s ubstitute Sabin Merino sent Athletic Bilbao into the last 16 with a hard-fought 2-1 aggregate victory over Marseille.

The Spanish side had won 1-0 at the Stade Velodrome, but Michy Batshuayi levelled the tie just before half-time.

However, Merino's header with just nine minutes left proved enough to send Bilbao through.

Shakhtar Donetsk won 3-0 at Schalke.

The tie was goalless following the first leg in Lviv, and after Schalke hit the post through Johannes Geis' free-kick, the visitors went ahead on 27 minutes through a clever backheel from Brazilian Marlos.

Facundo Ferreyra (63) tapped in a second, before Viktor Kovalenko's (77) powerful drive gave the Ukrainians a third.

Source: PA