The quarter-final second legs of the 2014/15 UEFA Europa League were completed on Thursday with four clubs progressing to the semi-finals.
Sevilla continue to fly the flag for Spanish clubs in Europe's second tier club competition after a tense 2-2 draw with Zenit Saints Petersburg in Russia.
Unai Emery's Sevillistas edged Zenit 2-1 last week which turned into a 3-1 aggregate lead when Carlos Bacca converted from the penalty spot in the sixth minute.
Joining them in the final four are Ukraine's Dnipro who edged Belgian side Club Brugge 1-0 courtesy of Yevhen Shakov's 82nd-minute goal to score a 1-0 aggregate win following the scoreless draw win Bruges last week.
Fiorentina eased past Dynamo Kyiv 2-0 in Florence thanks to goals either side of the break from Mario Gomez and Juan Manuel Vargas to move through 3-1 on aggregate while Napoli made it two Italian teams in the semis by getting past Germany's Wolfsburg 6-3 overall.
The draw for the Europa League semi-finals will be made on Friday with the first leg to take place on May 7 and the second a week later on May 14.
2014/15 UEFA Europa League - quarter-final second leg
*Sevilla win 4-3 on aggregate*
Dnipro (UKR): 1 (Yevhen Shakov 82') Club Brugge (BEL): 0 Olympic Stadium, Kyiv, Ukraine
*Dnipro win 1-0 on aggregate*
*Fiorentina win 3-1 on aggregate*
*Napoli win 6-3 on aggregate*