Arsenal and Glasgow City were among the sides to win through to the UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 16 draw next week.
Brondby 1-1 Piteå IF (Agg: 2-1)
Sparta Praha 0-1 Breidablik (Agg: 2-4)
FC Zürich 1-3 Minsk (Agg: 1-4)
Atlético Madrid 1-1 Spartak Subotica (Agg: 4-3)
Arsenal 2-0 Fiorentina (Agg: 6-0)
Glasgow City 4-1 Chertanovo (Agg: 5-1)
Paris Saint Germain 0-0 SC Braga (Agg: 7-0)
Arsenal saw off Fiorentina as Kim Little scored from the spot just before half-time and Vivianne Miedema hit the target midway through the second period.
Glasgow City’s advantage from a fortnight ago was wiped out after just 3 minutes by Chertanovo’s Kristina Komissarova but they turned it around by the break with a Hayley Lauder brace and Claire Shine effort. Rachel McLauchlan got a fourth for City midway through the second half.
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A tight tie saw Brondby bring home a 1-0 advantage over Piteå which they doubled through Nicoline Sorensen’s 72nd-minute goal but a tense finished was ensured when Kamilla Karlsen put through her own net two minutes from time.
Minsk are the first Belarusian side to win a round of 32 tie, after two-goal Emueje Ogbiagbevha and Yuliya Duben scored in the last quarter o an hour for a 3-1 success in Zurich to progress 4-1 overall.
Breidablik took a narrow 3-2 lead to Sparta Praha but increased their advantage with Berglind Thorvaldsdóttir’s second-half effort.
Atlético Madrid were also defending a 3-2 scoreline and Spartak Subotica gave them real worries as Violeta Slović missed a penalty but Kayla Adamek opened the scoring past Sari van Veenendaal. Substitue Kylie Strom struck minutes from time to restore Atlético’s aggregate lead.
PSG were effectively already through after a 1st leg 7-0 win in Braga but the Portuguese side did manage a goalless draw in the French capital with Marie Hourihan between the sticks.
The Last 16 draw will be made live on uefa.com at 12:30 UK time on Monday 30 September.