Real Betis coach Manuel Pellegrini was delighted after Thursday night's Europa League draw with Roma.
Sergio Canales had Betis ahead before Andrea Belotti's equaliser - meaning the Spanish outfit have qualified for the knockout round.
Pellegrini said: "I'm very happy. First, to achieve qualification. There are two games left to secure first place. To have ten points from 12 at this stage is very good. To get four points from Roma is very good also.
"Over there, we were better than Roma, especially in the first half. In the first half today we were superior too. We had chances like Miranda's, we got the goal and dominated. The second half was more even.
"The fact of being a goal ahead made us more cautious."