The opening round of Europa League qualifying concluded on Thursday with 43 games.
At Marijampole, Lithuania:
Filip Novak scored the only goal of the match in the 16th minute as FC Midtjylland registered a second 1-0 victory over FK Suduva as the Danish club took the series 2-0 on aggregate.
At Fredrikstad, Norway:
Callum Morris scored the lone goal of both the game and series in the 15th minute as Connah's Quay Nomads upended Stabaek 1-0 on the road in game two and by that same score on aggregate.
At Toffir, Faroe Islands:
Antons Jemelins (PK-57') and Girts Karlsons (90'+2) produced the goals as Ventspils registered a second 2-0 victory over Vikingur Gota, this time on the road, and ousted the Faroese club 4-0 on aggregate.
At Cork, Ireland:
Sean Maguire converted a penalty kick in the 49th minute as Cork City, with a 1-1 game-two home draw with Linfield, won their series 2-1 on aggregate.
At Torshavn, Faroe Islands:
Yevgeni Kobzar (71') and Anton Miranchuk (90'+2) delivered the goals as Levadia Tallin blanked HB 2-0 on the road in game two and won their series 3-1 on aggregate.
At Helsinki, Finland:
Taye Taiwo converted a penalty kick in the 30th minute as HJK Helsinki gained a 1-1 game-two home draw with Atlantas, good enough for the Finnish club to finish off their Lithuanian guests 3-1 on aggregate.
At Bangor, Wales:
Martin Smedberg-Dalence (36') and Victor Skold (54') each scored a goal as IFK Gothenburg defeated Llandudno 2-1 on the road in game two and completed their two-match beat-down of the Welsh club 7-1 on aggregate.
At Lurgan, Northern Ireland:
Kennie Chopart scored twice (6', 29') as KR Reykjavik destroyed Glenavon 6-0 on the road in game two and took the series 8-1 on aggregate.
At Rovaniemi, Finland:
Eetu Muinonen scored in the 26th minute as RoPS advanced to the second qualifying round after their 1-1 game-two draw with Shamrock Rovers which carried the Finnish club to a 3-1 aggregate victory.
At Brondby, Denmark:
Daniel Stuckler scored twice (71', 90'+3) as Brondby demolished visiting Valur 6-0 in game two and completed their two-game annihilation of the Icelandic club 10-1 on aggregate.
At Luxembourg City:
Despite dropping a 1-0 game-two road decision to Fola Esch, Aberdeen still won their two-game series 3-2 on aggregate.
At Tallinn, Estonia:
Tarmo Neemelo scored twice in the final minutes (87', 90'+2) to carry Nomme Kalju to a 4-1 domination of visiting Trakai in game two, enabling the Estonian club to overcome their series-opening road defeat and overtake the Lithuanian club 5-3 on aggregate.
At Jurmala, Latvia:
Uladzimir Khvashchynski (11') and Mohamed El-Monir (90'+1) each scored once as Dinamo Minsk blanked Spartaks Jurmala 2-0 on the road in game two and won their series 4-1 on aggregate.
At Jelgava, Latvia:
Danils Turkovs (15') and Abdoulaye Diallo (70') each scored a goal as Jelgava gained a 2-2 game-two home draw with Breidablik and eliminated the Icelandic club 5-4 on aggregate.
At Salihorsk, Belarus:
Five different goal scorers----starting with Ihar Burko in the 20th minute----each tallied once as Shakhtyor Soligorsk dismembered visiting NSI Runavik 5-0 in game two and finished off the Faroese club 7-0 on aggregate.
At Rhyl, Wales:
Denni Avdic (8') and Carlos Strandberg (24') each tallied once as AIK Solna produced a second 2-0 victory, this time on the road, at Bala Town's expense and won their series 4-0 on aggregate.
At Belfast, Northern Ireland:
David McDaid (2') and Jay Donnelly (75') produced the scoring as Cliftonville blanked visiting Differdange 03 2-0 in game two and took out the club from Luxembourg 3-1 on aggregate.
At Mariehamm, Finland:
Chukwuma Akabueze scored in the 78th minute to carry Odds BK to a game-two 1-1 road draw with IFK Mariehamm and a 3-1 series aggregate victory.
At Andorra la Vella, Andorra:
Zan Majer (4') and Benjamin Morel (42') each scored once as Domzale defeated Lusitanos 2-1 on the road in game two and won their series 5-2 on aggregate.
At Novi Sad, Serbia:
Filip Malbasic (9', 42') and Nokola Trujic (83', 87') each scored twice as Vojvodina dismembered visiting FK Bokelj 5-0 in game two and ousted the Montenegrin club 6-1 on aggregate.
At Serravalle, San Marino:
Ivan Trickovski scored twice (51', 56') as AEK Larnaca defeated Folgore 3-1 on the road in game two and took the series 6-1 on aggregate.
At Gyumri, Armenia:
After Vahan Bichakhchyan's goal in the 84th minute of game two enabled Shirak to take that contest 1-0 in regulation, thus leveling their series with visiting Dila Gori at 1-1 on aggregate, 30 scoreless minutes of overtime were played. In the penalty-kick shootout, Rumyan Hovsepyan, Robert Darbinyan, Viulen Ayvazyan, and David Hakobyan converted their spot kicks as the Armenian club took the shootout 4-1 to advance to the second qualifying round.
At Chisinau, Moldova:
Despite dropping a 2-0 game-two road decision to Zaria Balti, Hungary's Videoton still won their series 3-2 on aggregate.
At Zagreb, Croatia:
Josip Coric (8'), Herdi Prenga (PK-18'), Mirko Maric (48'), and Dino Peric (57') each scored once as Lokomotiva dominated visiting UE Santa Coloma 4-1 in game two and ousted the Andorran club 7-2 on aggregate.
At Yerevan, Armenia:
Joselinho scored the series-winning goal in the 10th minute as Europa FC, despite dropping a 2-1 game-two road decision to Pyunik, won their series with the Armenian club 3-2 on aggregate.
At Shymkent, Kazakhstan:
Alexander Geynikh (45'+2), Yerkebulan Tunggyshbayev (67'), and Temirlan Yerlanov (90'+3) each scored once as Ordabasy gained a 3-3 draw with visiting Cukaricki in game two, more than good enough for the hosts to take out the Serbian club 6-3 on aggregate.
At Podgorica, Montenegro:
Risto Radunovic successfully converted what proved to be the game-and-series-winning penalty kick in the 10th minute as Buducnost Podgorica took game two 1-0 at home over Rabotnicki and eliminated the Macedonian club 2-1 on aggregate.
At Jerusalem, Israel:
Omar Atzili's successful penalty kick in the 66th minute provided the lone goal of both the game and series as Beitar Jerusalem defeated visiting Sloboda Tuzla 1-0 both game two and on aggregate for the series.
At Niksic, Montenegro:
Sindri Guri scored the only goal of the match in the 79th minute as Kukesi defeated Rudar Pljevija 1-0 in game two on the road and won their series 2-1 on aggregate.
At Baku, Azerbaijan:
Jairo Rodrigues Peixoto Filho's goal in the 20th minute proved to be enough as Neftch Baku, despite dropping a 2-1 game-two home decision to Balzan of Malta, still won their series 3-2 on aggregate.
At Myjava, Slovakia:
Markus Wostry (2'), Dominik Starkl (27'), and Stephan Zwierschitz (57') each scored once as Admira Wacker Modling knocked off Spartak Myjava 3-2 on the road in game two and ousted the Slovak club 4-3 on aggregate.
At Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Erik Pochanski scored twice in a one-minute span (79', 80') as Beroe Stara Zagora blanked Radnik Bijeljina 2-0 on the road in game two and won their series by that same score on aggregate.
At Debrecen, Hungary:
Tibor Tisza (41') and David Holman (51') produced the goals as Debreceni VSC blanked visiting La Fiorita 2-0 in game two and won their series 7-0 on aggregate.
At Skopje, Macedonia:
Moreno Costanzo (PK-89') and Ali Messaoud (90'+3) scored late as FC Vaduz defeated FK Sileks 2-1 on the road in game two and won their series 5-2 on aggregate.
At Nova Gorica, Slovenia:
Yossi Benayoun scored the only goal of the match in the 10th minute as Maccabi Tel Aviv defeated NK Gorica 1-0 on the road in game two and ousted the Slovenian club 4-0 on aggregate.
At Zestaponi, Georgia:
Despite dropping a 2-1 game-two road decision, Gabala won their series with Samtredia 6-3 on aggregate.
At Almaty, Kazakhstan:
Gerard Gohou scored twice (27', 61') as Kairat destroyed visiting Teuta Durres 5-0 in game two and finished off the Albanian club 6-0 on aggregate.
At Paola, Malta:
Martin Mikovic (5'), Matej Oravec (58'), and Babatounde Bello (90'+2) each scored once as Spartak Trnava dominated Hibernians 3-0 on the road in game two and took out the Maltese club 6-0 on aggregate.
At Nicosia, Cyprus:
After game two, which saw Banants take it 1-0 in regulation, thus deadlocking the series at 1-1 on aggregate, Onisiforos Roushias scored twice in overtime (93', 108') as Omonia scored thrice in the extra thirty minutes to take out the visiting Armenian club 4-1 on aggregate.
At Krakow, Poland:
Besart Ibrahimi (13') and Ferhan Hasani (90'+3) each scored once as Shkendija took game two on the road 2-1 over Cracovia and won their series 4-1 on aggregate.
At Lubin, Polan:
Lubomir Guidan (20'), Lukasz Piatek (64'), and Maciej Dabrowski (81') each tallied once as Zaglebie Lubin dominated visiting Slavia Sofia 3-0 in game two and took out the Bulgarian club 3-1 on aggregate.
At Gyor, Hungary:
Darko Nikac (7') and Barnabas Bese (84') delivered the goals as MTK Budapest blanked visiting Aktobe 2-0 in game two and ousted the club from Kazakhstan 3-1 on aggregate.
At Spela, Moldova:
Dario Frederico da Silva scored the only goal of both game two and the series in the 57th minute as Kapaz defeated Dacia Chisinau 1-0 in both the game and series on aggregate.
Thursday's scheduled second game of the Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia)-Partizani Tirana (Albania) series, set to be played at Senica, Slovakia, with the series tied at 0-0 after game one, was cancelled with the Slovak club given passage to the Europa League's second qualifying round, while Partizani was transferred to the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League after Albanian champs Skenderbeu Korce was banned from UEFA competition for match fixing.