Everton are out of the 2014/15 UEFA Europa League after copping a hiding at the hands of Dynamo Kyiv on Thursday night.
The Toffees won the Round of 16 first leg over the Ukrainian side 2-1 last week but were put back in their place courtesy of a 5-2 hammering in the Eastern European nations capital.
Romelu Lukaku and Phil Jagielka both scored for Roberto Martinez's men but it did nothing to halt the flow produced by Sergei Rebrov's side who had the likes of Andriy Yarmolenko, Miguel Veloso and Oleh Husyev to thank.
Vincenzo Montella's Viola netted three times in the opening 22 minutes in Rome to eventually win 3-0 on the night and 4-1 on aggregate.
The German side saluted 3-1 in the initial bout to come away from Milan with a 5-2 collective triumph to keep the Bundesliga's hopes alive.
In other Round of 16 results, Napoli got past Dynamo Moscow 3-1 on aggregate following a scoreless second leg in Russia, Zenit Saint Petersburg edged Torino 2-1 overall despite losing 1-0 in Turin, Sevilla accounted for Spanish adversaries Villarreal 2-1 at home to win 5-2 on aggregate as Club Brugge breezed past Besiktas in Istanbul 3-1 to also record a 5-1 collective victory.
And in a dramatic encounter in Amsterdam, Ajax were unable to fly the flag for Holland with Dnipro nicking a goal on the road in the 2-1 extra-time result to get through on the away-goal rule after last week's 1-0 home win.
The draw for the final eight will take place on Friday, March 20 with the first leg of the quarter-finals to be played on April 16 and the second legs on April 23.
2014/15 UEFA Europa League - Round of 16 second leg
Dynamo Moscow (RUS): 0 Napoli (ITA): 0
*Napoli wins 3-1 on aggregate
Arena Khimki, Khimki, Russia
*Kyiv wins 6-4 on aggregate
Olympic Stadium, Kyiv, Ukraine
*Fiorentina wins 4-1 on aggregate
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
*Dnipro on away goals after 2-2 aggregate
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Holland
*Zenit wins 2-1 on aggregate
Stadio Olimpico, Turin, Italy
*Wolfsburg wins 5-2 on aggregate
San Siro, Milan, Italy
*Sevilla wins 5-2 on aggregate
Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville, Spain
*Brugge wins 5-2 on aggregate
Ataturk Stadium, Istanbul, Turkey
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