Nine games were played on Tuesday as the second round of UEFA Champions League qualifying resumed.
At Tiraspol, Moldova:
A 0-0 game-two road deadlock with FC Sheriff enabled Hapoel Be'er Sheva to close out the Moldovan club 3-2 on aggregate.
At Liepaja, Latvia:
Valon Berisha (35') and Bernardo Ferandes da Silva Junior (65') delivered the goals as FC Red Bull Salzburg blanked FK Liepaja 2-0 on the road in game two and finished off the Latvian club 3-0 on aggregate.
At Nicosia, Cyprus:
Nektarios Alexandrou (54'), Pieros Sotirlou (73'), and Tomas De Vincenti (PK-90'+5) each scored once as APOEL FC dominated The New Saints 3-0 in game two at home and won their series by that same score on aggregate.
At Warsaw, Poland:
Nemanja Nikolics scored twice (PK-28', 62') as Legia Warsaw blanked visiting Zrinjski Mostar 2-0 in game two and won their series 3-1 on aggregate.
At Podgorica, Montenegro:
Jody Lukoki scored twice (39', 64') as Ludogorets Razgrad dominated Mladost Podgorica 3-0 on the road in game two and ousted the Montenegrin club 5-0 on the road.
At Yerevan, Armenia:
Jambul Jigaui scored in the 21st minute as Dinamo Tbilisi gained a 1-1 game-two road draw with Alashkert, good enough for the Georgian club to win their series 3-1 on aggregate.
At Seinajoki, Finland:
Alyaksandr Karnitsky (15') and Alexei Rios (29') each produced a goal as FC BATE Borisov gained a 2-2 game-two road draw with SJK and won their series 4-2 on aggregate.
At Belgrade, Serbia:
Mitchell Donald (30') and Aleksandar Katai (76') each scored once as Red Star Belgrade posted a second straight 2-1 victory over Valletta, this time at home, and eliminated the Maltese club 4-2 on aggregate.
At Copenhagen, Denmark:
Andreas Cornelius scored twice (48', 76') as FC Copenhagen destroyed visiting Crusaders 6-0 in game two and completed their two-match demolition of the club from Northern Ireland 9-0 on aggregate.