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- FT: Dynamo Kiev 5-2 Everton (agg 6-4)
- Last English team knocked out of Europe
- Through - Napoli, Kiev and Fiorentina,
- Wolfsburg, Sevilla, Club Brugge, Torino & Dnipro
Dnipro are through! The Ukrainian side book their place in the last eight of the Europa League for the first time after an away-goals victory. Ajax were well short of their best.
Ajax fans are roaring their side forward but Dnipro are given a reprieve as Mike van der Hoorn is harshly punished for a foul on the edge of the visitors' box.
Seconds ticking away. Two added on minutes for Ajax to find something.
And the Dutch side are trying to push forward but an over-hit pass forward does not please the locals. Tick tock.
Two minutes for Ajax to find a winner.....
What was that about Mike van der Hoorn? The defender heads the ball home after Davy Klaaassen's header comes back off the bar to set up a big finale for Ajax. They need one more.
Mike van der Hoorn is normally a centre-back but he's been thrown up front to play as a makeshift striker - with little effect. This is hardly the brand of football we're used to seeing from Ajax.
Yevhen Seleznyov fires narrowly wide after Nikola Kalinic's lay-off. There's less than eight minutes left and Dnipro are looking pretty comfortable.
If Ajax can just manage to get one goal, the Dnipro nerves will be tested. As it stands, though, Frank de Boer's side do not look particularly likely to score.
Dnipro coach Olexandr Ivanov is already checking his watch. Yevhen Seleznyov is coming on in place of Yevheniy Konoplyanka, whose goal has the Ukrainians on their way through.
Ajax kick-off the second half of extra-time needing two goals to go through.
Dnipro have never previously been this far in the Europa League but they're on the verge of going one step further. Can they hold on for 15 more minutes in the second half of extra-time?
Bruno Gama forces a fine low save from Japser Cillessen as Dnipro almost kill the tie off. Ajax are pushing forward but look susceptible on the break.
Ajax are making their third and final substitution. Captain Nicolai Boilesen makes way for the brilliantly named Mike van der Hoorn. Can he change the tune for Frank De Boer's side with 20 minutes left?
Big goal for Dnipro. Yevheniy Konoplyanka is allowed to carry the ball from the left channel and he punishes Ajax by whipping a low shot beyond Jasper Cillessen from 18 yards. Ajax now need to score twice.Copyright: AP
Dnipro living a little dangerously here. Anwar El Ghazi has a chance for Ajax at the end of a scramble in the six-yard box. The Ukrainian team clear for a corner and goalscorer Riechedly Bazoer wastes the delivery.
We now know seven of the last eight in the Europa League.
Zenit St. Petersburg
Either Ajax or Dnipro will finish the list. Those two sides are playing extra-time.
In Club Brugge, Belgium have a club in the quarter-finals of a European cup competition for the first time since 2009-10.
David, London: Boli Bolingoli Mbobo - surely the greatest name in football?
Ajax have got Kolbeinn Sigthorsson on up front. The big Icelandic striker is a threat in the air but he has looked a little isolated so far.
Besiktas end the night with 10 men as Olcay Sahan goes off.
We're under way with extra-time in Amsterdam. Dnipro kick off.
Sevilla seal their passage through to the quarter finals at the expense of Spanish rivals Villarreal.
It's extra-time in Amsterdam.
Sub of the day! Boli Bolingoli Mbombo gets his second of the night since coming on with an emphatic finish past Tolga Zengin.
Impressive work once more from Wolfsburg.
We're into stoppage time in Amsterdam. Bruno Gama has come on in place of Valeriy Luchkevych for the visitors but both sides look resigned to sorting this out in extra time.
Who am I to mock Nicklas Bendtner? Nobody. The former Arsenal man smashes in a half-volley which Juan Carrizo can't hang on to and the remaining Inter fans flood to the exits.
That should be that. The Belgian side are heading through as substitute Boli Bolingoli Mbombo runs through, rounds the keeper and scores.
Surely Sevilla's place in the last eight is safe now. Substitute Denis Suarez heads in from Benoit Tremoulinas's clipped cross to leave 10-man Villarreal needing to score three goals in the remaining minutes.
Ajax are pushing for a winner against Dnipro. As it stands, the match is the only tie heading for extra-time. Can anyone find a winner with 10 minutes left?
Italian Serie A
Some bad news for Juventus ahead of Friday's Champions League draw as it is confirmed that midfielder Paul Pogba will be out for two months after tearing a muscle in his right thigh.
Former Manchester United player Pogba came off during the 3-0 victory at Borussia Dortmund and has been ruled out for a very specific '50 days'.
Just as Villarreal hoped they were back in the tie, their task has become even harder after a sending off. Eric Bailly picks up his second yellow card and Yellow Submarine now face the final 13 minutes with 10 men.
Giovani dos Santos gives Villarreal faint hope with an equaliser on the night. The former Tottenham forward curled his free-kick around the wall and beyond Sergio Rico. Villarreal need two more to force extra-time.
John Colston Bassett: Roberto Martinez is completely and utterly deluded. The worst and most incompetent display from any Everton team in their entire European history. He has to go.
Dave: Losing in Europe is irrelevant'. That's the sort of thing most British teams were saying in around 1956, three years after the national team got hammered by Hungary when we STILL thought we were the best in the world..
Ian F, Glasgow: Hilarious comments from the fans tonight - mad optimism, then excuses and self-delusion. The EPL is not as good as you think! Or are all these dreadful English results pure flukes? I though it was the cricket site I was reading!
Inter do get one back, and it's Argentine striker Rodrigo Palacio who gets on the end of a chip over the top to slice into the net. Two more for the Milan side to force extra-time.
Inter go close to a consolation as Hernanes squeezes another shot wide from a tight angle.
Seville are in complete control now after Vicente Iborra makes it 1-0 on the night. He tucks the ball home from close range after Carlos Bacca sprung the offside trap and played a neat square pass.Copyright: Getty Images
Nicklas Bendtner is coming on for Wolfsburg, wearing number three as well. Tremendous. I wonder if he still considers himself to be one of the best players in the world?
Tom De Sutter slots a low shot under Tolga Zengin after Timmy Simons's header through as the Belgian club take control of the tie again. Beskitas now need a goal to force extra-time.Copyright: EPA
Riechedly Bazoer scores his first European goal from 16 yards after Egidio tries to be too clever with his clearance and completely makes a hash of it. Netherlands Under-19 international Bazoer smashes the ball home and Egidio sinks to his knees in despair. As it stands, the game is heading to extra-time.Copyright: Reuters
Dan T: Fiorentina for me and not just because of Micah Richards! Followed them since I visited Florence a few years ago and fell in love with the purple kits! Glad to see them doing better in recent times and that Mo Salah is showing what he can do instead of wasting away on Chelsea's bench!
Looking like an increasingly uphill battle for Torino, who need to score twice to take the tie to extra-time. Looking good for Andre Villas-Boas's Zenit.
If Roberto Mancini could call this one off, he would. Inter need three goals in the last 35 minutes but it's Wolfsburg who look the most likely. Mancini scowls.
From Jack: I wouldn't be too bothered about conceding 5 goals in a game and get knocked out of Europe if I'm still getting paid ridiculous money, whether I win or lose.
Charlie: I'm so tired of people saying that we don't have the best league in the world because we lose in Europe. It's the best due to the exhilarating play styles and competitive race for CL, losing in Europe is irrelevant.
Ramon Motta's left-foot drive from distance gives Besiktas the edge over Club Brugge. As it stands, the Turkish club are heading through on away goals.Copyright: EPA
No Premier League sides, no goals. Still just the solitary goal in the five late kick-offs.
Villarreal have sent on Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos in an effort to overturn the aggregate deficit against Sevilla. The former Tottenham player's first act is to smack a free-kick into Stephane Mbia's face. The midfielder went off to clear his head but looks OK to continue.
There's a couple of familiar faces in the dugout for Ajax.
Head coach Frank de Boer and his assistant Dennis Bergkamp know a thing or two about winning. Can they inspire the current crop to victory tonight? The second half is under way and the clock is ticking.Copyright: Getty Images
Back under way across the Europa League. As it stands none of the ties are going to extra-time.
More from Everton manager Roberto Martinez: "I don't think it was a case of being in a position where we couldn't impose ourselves. Once we scored the away goal I thought we would be stronger and tighter in our performance but it was the kind of night where everything they tried went into the back of the net.
"We always looked like a threat going forward and that we could score goals but the type of game it was, there were opportunities for both sides and our chances didn't go in."
A couple of times Roberto? A couple?...
Mensur Fabregas Čubrović: One more cup than others. In 15 days English clubs play 6 games, others 3 or maybe 4. When others get rest on Boxing days, English clubs play 4 games in seven days. To much tiredness for all players in English clubs. I think schedule for all bigger English clubs are the biggest reason why English clubs play very bad in European Competitions last few years.
Christopher Leathley: We seem to be declining in both Intensity (defensively and offensively) and quality it seems. 22 years since this last happened. It has been a disastrous campaign, but I doubt next season will be as bad as this. Very poor from Everton and a fantastic display from Dynamo. Some great goals in that game.
Gary Woolton: Still English Football is the best in the world... Apart from Italy...oh and Spain...oh and Germany... and France, and well quite a number it seems. Still the new financial deal means that clubs don't have to worry about Financial Fair Play now and can sweep up the players they need
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Everton manager Roberto Martinez downplays his side's questionable defensive performance in their 5-2 defeat at Dynamo Kiev as they exited the competition 6-4 on aggregate.
"A couple of times we made some defensive mistakes but there was also some incredible finishing from the opposition. Some of the goals, it would be difficult to see them again in the same game," says Martinez.
"I agree there were instances when we could have defended better but there is not a lot you can do about goals that go right into the top corner."
Danny Watters: The most entertaining, yet the most overrated league in the world.
Sam Hill: At least our national team are doing well. Oh yeah, that's right..
Sam Ceney: So, are we the 'best' league in the world? Or are we the most affluent league in the world? I think there's a big difference there. If we were the 'best' league in the world, our teams would be regularly in the semi-finals and finals of Europe. They don't seem to be.
Kieran Sean, Preston: There is just no desire in the English Prem anymore!
Adam Astill: English teams are no good anymore in Europe too many overrated players you get a team like Kiev who haven't got the best of players that play decent football these Prem players are more bothered about fame than the sport itself.
In Spain, Sevilla are sitting pretty against fellow La Liga side Villarreal. It's goalless on the night and that suits Unai Emery's team just fine, thanks to their 3-1 victory in the first leg.
It's tight in Amsterdam, where Ajax need to score to keep their campaign alive. So far, Dnipro have created the better chances, with Nikola Kalinic going close for the Ukrainian team.
So, Everton complete a round of failure for English clubs in Europe.
Who are you throwing your weight behind for the remainder of the Europa League and why?
The Micah Richards factor at Fiorentina? Sentimental for Sevilla? Down with the kids of Dnipro? Let us know.
In all the 20:05 KOs.
Club Brugge are the only last-16 side to have made it this far without losing a game and they're half-way to maintaining that record against Besiktas. It's 0-0 in Turkey and the Belgian club lead 2-1 on aggregate.
Carl Bedford: The problem's simple, too much money in the English game has led to a lack of continuity, success has to be instant,
Ashley Graham: The way Germany responded after Euro 2000 has paid huge dividend for their national team and league, we need to follow suit.
What a chance for Inter. These need to go in if Inter are to pull off the finest comeback since the last great one I mentioned. A cross from the right lands at the feet of Fredy Guarin, he connects well enough but Diego Benaglio pushes it over.
Sevilla are clearly quite content to sit back and look for chances to hit Villarreal on the break. Aleix Vidal has half a chance to put the hosts further ahead but delays his shot and Sergio Asenjo smothers the opportunity. At the other end, Manu Trigueros drags a shot wide from the edge of the box.
Zenit are managed by former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas, will he lift a European trophy again? He won this cup with Porto four years back.
The German side go close again as goalscorer Daniel Caligiuri has a curling shot pushed away. Still only one goal in the late kick-offs.
Inter's belief has been extinguished by Wolfsburg's away goal. Inter need to score five now, and have Roberto Mancini in charge.Copyright: AFP
Dnipro continue to create the better chances against Ajax. Douglas really should have done better from 15 yards but his shot was weak and Jasper Cillessen was able to hang on to the shot.Copyright: Reuters
Little to report from Spain so far, where Villarreal trail Sevilla 3-1 on aggregate. Heavy rain means there's plenty of water around but Yellow Submarine are on the back foot as the hosts have started purposefully.Copyright: Getty Images
Sedate start to life in Turin. Can Torino join city rivals Juventus in extending their European season? They need two goals to draw level.Copyright: Reuters
Besiktas knocked out Liverpool but they have a bit of work to do if they want to dispose of Club Brugge. The second leg of that tie is goalless in Turkey but the Belgian side have a handy 2-1 first-leg lead.Copyright: EPA
Rizpey: Remember Everton were up against a side that are unbeaten in Ukrainian Premier League.
Matt Collingwood: This week has shown us why managers like van Gaal are abandoning the direct English style and focusing on possession. Evolution
Paul Blayney: Conceding 5 against a team who looked ordinary is criminal. Terrible decision to start Alcaraz who's had 3 bad games in a row.
FreddyHowardinho: What manager goes into an away leg in Europe only needing a draw and says "I don't expect a 0-0". Kamikaze Martinez of course!
Silence in the San Siro as Wolfsburg take another step towards the last eight. Former Chelsea man Kevin de Bruyne does the donkey work down the left and crosses in for Daniel Caligiuri, his shot is half-saved by Juan Pablo Carrizo and loops into the net.Copyright: AP
Steve, from Canterbury: Since August, Kiev have played 2 less games than Everton and had a 5 week break! Check out Monaco, Barcelona and PSG too. All played less, all had winter breaks. The premier league don't care though.
British teams may be out of Europe, but there are no fewer than 13 British officials in charge at the games at Inter Milan and Sevilla.
Referees Mark Clattenburg and Martin Atkinson and their various assistants fly the flag now. Go well.
Wolfsburg looking comfortable. They look a strong side, though Everton beat them home and away.
Andrew: Stop with this "sack Martinez" nonsense! Who would you replace him with that would come to Everton? Perhaps a young ambitious manager that has won an FA Cup, taken a low budget team to a whisker of the champions league and navigated a team to be the last British bastion in Europe?
Rob: Everton did very well in Europe with one striker. It would be good to see teams get more tactically aware as apposed to buying/firing to fix things!
James Marshall: English teams almost need two squads now. One for the PL and one for Europe.
James: EPL is the most overhyped league in the world. It isn't competitive because it's the best league in the world, it is competitive because the teams at the top who pay higher wages than anyone else are not as good as they are made out to be in the media.
A lively start in Amsterdam. Ajaxneed to come from a goal down on aggregate but Dniprohave had the best chance early on. Nikola Kalinic's shot brought a good save from Jasper Cillessen in the hosts' goal.
Still no goals in the Europa League late games. Everton have blown the quota.
Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost is clean through on goal, he can bury the tie here but he overruns it and Juan Pablo Carrizo makes the save. Former Chelsea man Andre Schurrle is on the bench for Wolfsburg by the way, along with Nicklas Bendtner.
There are five games currently under way, no goals in any as of yet:
Ajax 0-0 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (agg 0-1)
Besiktas 0-0 Club Brugge (agg 1-2)
Inter Milan 0-0 Wolfsburg (agg 1-3)
Sevilla 0-0 Villarreal (agg 3-1)
Torino 0-0 Zenit (agg 0-2)
Luke: Premier League's success is its downfall. Most games used to be a formality like in most Euro leagues, now every one is a fight.
Daniel 'Danzo' Kerry: In a minority but glad the EPL is failing in Europe, as it may encourage an overhaul of the money-obsessed, fans-second system.
Inter could do with an early goal to settle the tie down and former Inter midfielder Hernanes rattles in a stinging shot which is well saved by Diego Benaglio.
Do we think that Barcelona only beat Manchester City because they had an easier game inbetween the legs then? Or are Barca just a better side?
Wolfsburg have made a strong start in Milan. Goal machine Bas Dost is up front.
Chris Cook: Another shocking display of tactical nous in Europe by a British team!
Sam Bullimore: It's not that our league is so bad it's too good. Burnley or Córdoba the weekend before a European night? I know who I'd choose.
Alex Acklam: The Barclay's Prem is STILL the best league in the world, just not the best teams. We knew this before.
More flares than a 1970s fancy dress party in the away end as we get under way. The San Siro is not full, not by a long chalk.
Chris: Maybe the Premier League model just isn't as effective anymore and this could be due to having such a strong second tier. So many similar teams getting into the Premier League, maybe it's diluted the class a little.
The night's second wave of games are about to go. Roberto Mancini's Inter need to turn around a two-goal deficit against the surprise package of the Bundesliga.
BBC Sport chief football writer
"Sadly that was amateur hour - or 90 minutes - from Everton tonight. Whole coop of chickens coming home to roost there."
Yemimah Kwoba: Overall Quality of footballers in EPL are just not good enough ... simple.
Daniel Woodley: The last two weeks have proved why the Premier League isn't the best league in the world. Embarrassing performance in Europe.
Nico Kyriazis: For the last time! No one's saying the premiership is the best league in the world. But its accepted as the most entertaining.
Everton are six points clear of the relegation zone in the Premier League with nine games left. Are they safe?
They play QPR on Sunday, and have games against Sunderland, Aston Villa and Burnley to come.
Jamie Mills O'Brien: Managers live and die by their big decisions. Martinez should leave now, reputation just about intact.
Andrew Morris: How on earth did Everton ship FIVE goals to Dynamo Kiev!? Everton officially a sinking ship... how long left for Martinez?
The night's later games kick-off very shortly. We'll bring you the best of those games as well as the reaction from Kiev over the next hour or so.
England have failed to produce a European quarter-finalist for the first time since the 1992-93 season. Get on that bandwagon now.
Fiorentina take their place in Friday's quarter-final draw after seeing off Italian rivals Roma.
The tie was finely poised after a 1-1 draw in the first leg but Vincenzo Montella's side were out of sight within 22 minutes.
Gonzalo Rodriguez scored from the penalty spot before Marcos Alonso made it 2-0 in the 18th minute. Four minutes later it was 3-0 and 4-1 on aggregate when Jose Maria Basanta weighed in with a goal.
Nathan Jones: All English teams now out of Europe, something needs to change.
Emmanuel Tange: Hard to tell what happened to English teams this year, I still love EPL though.
Rob Boles: Random Fact: There's been the same number of goals scored in this one tie as Rebrov scored in 4 whole seasons at Tottenham.
Romelu Lukaku claps the travelling fans, who have seen an extraordinary game tonight. The last Premier League side in Europe have been eliminated.
Romelu Lukaku has another shot well saved from a tight angle. Everton on the way out but going down with a fight.
Lovely feet from Ross Barkley to break out and find Romelu Lukaku, one thing on his mind which is a powerful strike which forces Olexandr Shovkovskiy into action.
There are four minutes to be added on. Everton need two goals. A sporting miracle.
Gerry lawless: Anyone tell me why we are paying top money for an inferior product- best league in the world- don't make me laugh
Gary H: How is Alcaraz anywhere near the 1st team when Stones is on the bench, and Distin is playing for under 21s?
Phil Jagielka takes a painful kick to the shins as we enter the final minute.
Ross Barkley hit the woodwork twice tonight - if they had gone in Everton would be going through. As it is, they're heading out with a first away defeat of the European season.
Unless - Leon Osman has a shot saved. Last few minutes...Copyright: EPA
Former Everton captain Phil Neville
"Still hope, faint I know but hope!!"
Peter Collins: Reckon Liverpool can lend Everton some of that famous Istanbul spirit? This would be even greater if they managed it.
Mike Green: Are Everton on the brink of a Steve McClaren / Middlesbrough-style comeback?
Rizpey: Is the biggest ever European comeback on?
Leighton Baines takes it - but into the wall. That needed to go in.
Leon Osman tripped, free-kick in Leighton Baines territory...
We had a 5-4 the other week at the Bernabeu. Up for another? Everton are running out of time.
Ten goals in the tie, this is getting silly now as captain Phil Jagielka heads in at the near post. Everton need another two goals for the most ludicrous comeback of all time.
Fqiren: How many goal of the tournament contenders have we seen in this match? Unbelievable!
SamadGigii: That was Gheorghe Hagi-like. Stunning.
Daniel Woodley: What a stunning strike that it. Take nothing away from Kiev here as they deserve it but Everton have been embarrassing.
I'm trying to think of a better left-footed hit than that goal from Antunes. Christian Ziege hit a few like that in his time, Gio van Bronckhorst in the 2010 World Cup semi-final - and now off the bar!
Almost six for Kiev as Everton are once again put through the shredder, Andriy Yarmolenko rattling the crossbar. Call it off, someone call it off..
Andy P: Hopeless from Everton, as they have been all year. Martinez disembowelled the team Moyes built and has to go... before we're relegated!
Richard Clarke: Martinez has been revelling in and talking up the distraction that is the Europa League. In half an hour he'll have to face up to their appalling league position and maybe the sack!
Rob, Newbury: A third-rate manager creating a third rate team. Everton fans should look at his record - his legacy at Wigan. Give him two more years and Everton will be a Championship club.
You have to applaud that! What a goal from Antunes! Ridiculous strike, a 30-yard scorcher into the top corner. A brilliant, brilliant goal! Everton are going out but there was pretty much nothing you can do about that.Copyright: AP
Into the final 15 minutes. Is there any belief left in the Everton ranks?
Bandwagons are there to be jumped on Shohan. It's been a dismal few weeks for English sides in Europe, and you can give them the biggest winter break you like but if Lionel Messi plays like he did last night, Barcelona go through.
James Marshall: Everton will have one eye now on their Premier League position. Is it worth busting a gut now.
Ken Barnes: The Premier League is a cash cow for the journey men also-rans.
Shohan Sen, from Kent: Let's face it, European life for English clubs could have been far better with a little more luck and possibly being a little less unlucky, but the reason everybody is jumping on the "European failure" bandwagon is because this isn't the first time it's happened recently! But as the saying goes... "there's always next year!"
Antolin Alcaraz out of position, Lukasz Teodorczyk in behind him and Tim Howard makes a fine save. Twenty minutes left, more goals on the cards too...
Yani Kapitanov: Well, even if Everton do get through ... what next? They'll be destroyed in the next round if they continue to defend like that.
Matthew Keegan: Excuse me. Up until tonight, Everton have been the shining light in Europe. Cut it out with associating us with the others!
Alex Barton: This performance is disgusting. Martinez needs to go, Everton need to spend on a centre back.
Three up front now for Everton, Romelu Lukaku the biggest left winger since Jonah Lomu, powering past a man but too slow in releasing the pass. Everton look dangerous, they have all night. At both ends.Copyright: AP
Fiorentina remain in cruise control against Roma after their blitz of three goals in the first 22 minutes. The hosts need four goals to go through but Fiorentina have gone close to adding to their tally with Mohamed Salah hitting the bar from close range after a fine solo run.
Twenty-five minutes to score twice, that's Everton's task. Score twice, and not concede again.
Romelu Lukaku powers into the box, he wants a penalty but the foul goes against him as Sergei Sydorchuk gets his body across.
Charlie: Jags is trying to cover for Alcaraz and its affecting his game. Need stones on.
Andrew David Payne: For England centre halves look no further than Lescott and Dawson at WBA with all their recent clean sheets.
Peter Collins: Can England start Barkley? He's actually played well and deserves some recognition for it!
Double change for Everton. On come Leon Osman and Arouna Kone, off come Steven Naismith and Christian Atsu. Kitchen sink time.
This is a cracking game for the neutral. Kiev next to threaten as midfielder Miguel Veloso ripples the side-netting from 25 yards. Everton now leaving themselves more and more vulnerable to the counter-attack as they push men forwards.
Peter Collins: There's been a chance for a thumping for a while. Everton cannot defend anymore. Moyes must be in tears to see what's happened.
Naveed Afzal: This is shambolic defending by Everton. I'm no Everton fan but I'm angry with what I'm seeing.
Kenneth Barr: Tim Howard should sue the Everton "defence" for non-support.
Everton have conceded four goals or more in a European game for the third time in 81 matches. It is likely to prove costly - but wow!
Ross Barkley hits the post from 25 yards with a sensational shot! Out on the left wing, cutting inside and unleashing hell against the woodwork. That was brilliant...
Ikenna Onyia: Everton being battered. What has happened to English football?
Sanj: It's only right that the Premier League's interest in Europe this season ends in a beating like this. All been so embarrassing.
Everton intent on making life interesting. Kevin Keegan-style stuff now as they chase the two goals which would put them through on away goals. You can't defend so attack lads...
Kiev coach Sergei Rebrov is away dancing down the touchline but hang on, a great strike from Christian Atsu and that's a flying save from Olexandr Shovkovskiy! Top save!
Well that could well be curtains for Everton, curtains for the Premier League in Europe. Again, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, it's poor defending. A cross comes in from the right, Phil Jagielka and Antolin Alcaraz are nowhere and while Oleg Gusev's first effort is blocked by Seamus Coleman, he rattles his second shot off the post and in.
Everton must score twice more now.
Replacements warming up for both sides. Is it time to go for broke just yet?
James Porter: I think we can all agree Alcaraz was a mistake and Stones is twice the player and roughly half the age.
FreddyHowardinho: Get Alcaraz and Atsu off the field of play - neither anywhere near good enough. Osman, Stones to replace and then... pray.
Niall Hughes: It's 3am in Perth and Alcaraz has once again given me nightmares. I have no idea how Wigan got relegated. Get Stones on now!
Everton keeping the ball well and moving Kiev around the park. The hosts are defending their 18-yard line well though.
The corner comes in and Steven Naismith goes down in a tangle of legs, referee Deniz Aytekin is having none of it and it would have been soft. Encouraging spell from Everton though.
Romelu Lukaku is harshly judged to have fouled his man when he was just stronger, but Everton force a corner well.
"Relax!" is the instruction from Roberto Martinez.Copyright: AP
Phil Jagielka cracks his back clearing his lines with an overhead kick but he's OK to carry on. Needless to say, if Everton concede one more then it really will look like game over.
Here we go, back under way. No changes from Everton at the break.
Opeyemi Faseyitan: As things stand, Everton need just one goal to go through provided they don't concede again. I believe they can do it.
David Broome: Given the way Everton defended that first half, it seems a falsehood to state they just need one goal to advance. Two at least?
Graham Atkinson: Please please please can we have John Stones for the second half?
Ryan Shawcross deserves a few more caps I reckon. But what do I know?
John Stones, Calum Chambers - after that which young centre-backs are coming through the England ranks though?
We asked who you think is worth a go in the centre of defence for England....
Will Binks: Don't like watching him, but surely Ryan Shawcross is more solid than Jagielka, Smalling and Jones?
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Mark_Lynch: Harsh judging Jagielka based on how shaky he looks today. Alcaraz is a liability!
Alex Smith: Being a bit harsh on Jagielka, Beckenbauer would look a bad player next to Alcaraz.
Jamois: Chris Smalling for Jags for England - looks to be harnessing his natural ability finally. Very good vs Spurs last week.
That Champions League berth for next season is sliding away from Everton as it stands. Can they turn it round?
One goal and Everton are back on top. They have Darron Gibson, Arouna Kone and Leon Osman on the bench as attacking options.
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It's half-time in Rome, where the hosts' task to get through is daunting to say the least. Three goals in 22 minutes have put their Serie A rivals Fiorentina in control. Some Roma fans have done 'a Sunderland' and have left the stadium already. Rome and Sunderland don't often get mentioned in the same breath, do they?
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Napoli are the first team to book their place in the quarter-finals. Rafael Benitez's team saw out a goalless draw against Dinamo Moscow to complete a 3-1 aggregate win. He's done it with Valencia and Chelsea - can Benitez add a third Uefa Cup / Europa League triumph to his CV?
A very, very entertaining first half. The Premier League may be losing its status in Europe but we can usually be relied on to offer entertainment. In the guise of hapless defending, if nothing else...
David Bulgin: Everton aren't going very far after the shocking defending first half...may as well make it a full house of English clubs out of European competition...just are not good enough these days sadly.
Ian Slick Gannon: Come on Everton. We need someone in the quarter finals
Danny Connelly: Another English team going out. Overrated!
Seamus Coleman wins a corner in stoppage-time. Last chance?
Phil Jagielka is likely to start for England alongside Gary Cahill in the forthcoming internationals. He's not looked particularly great this evening. But there is a real lack of centre-half options in Roy's squad. Who would you pick?
England defenders: Leighton Baines (Everton), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton), Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), Chris Smalling (Manchester United), Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur).
Have we ever done a live text featuring Antolin Alcaraz that hasn't had at least one Alcatraz reference? Nope. Everton need half-time, see this out and go again.
David Broome: I can't believe the Everton defending - actually let's not cal it that, it is an insult to real defenders everywhere.
Mark Schuman: Everton's other 10 players must be hoping for an escape from Alcaraz.
John Stones is on the bench, I'd be getting him on. Everton's Chuckle Brothers aren't having the best of nights...
Ashley Wilkinson: Everton's poor defending finally following them to Europe. No reaction in their own box!
Matthew Hobbs: Last 16 of the Europa league? Defending's like watching the Red Lion on a Sunday morning.
Graham Atkinson: Everton defending absolute joke yet again. Alcaraz and Jagielka like watching the Chuckle Brothers.
BBC Sport chief football writer
"Object lesson in how not to defend from Everton here."
Another Everton goal would put them in the driving seat on away goals - but it's keeping them out at the other end which is the big issue.
That is a big goal! Everton in tatters at the back again as they fail to deal with a high ball in, it's a punt forward, Phil Jagielka heads it down to Miguel Veloso, and his shot is deflected past Tim Howard from the edge of the box.
The man who was linked with a move to Spurs every two months for years has put Everton on the back foot again. We will not have extra-time now.Copyright: EPA
What a game this is! Rubbish defending from Everton though, a routine cross into the box is left by both Everton centre-backs, it hits Andriy Yarmolenko on the back and sits up for Lukasz Teodorczyk to bury from six yards out.
Don't let it bounce! A cardinal sin.Copyright: Reuters
Romelu Lukaku now turns creator with a neat pass through the Dynamo defence and Steven Naismith has a shot well blocked. Everton back on top, it's been a fine first half.
It's easy to forget that Romelu Lukaku is only six weeks older than Harry Kane. Lukaku has got every ingredient to be a top-class striker for many years to come. And that goal was as good as I've seen him score. Everton back in control, they could concede again and we would have extra-time.
Pick that one out! Brilliant from Everton's record European goalscorer, Romelu Lukaku with wonderful technique to curl into the top corner from all of 22 yards out. On his left foot, buried into the top bag. A fine goal.Copyright: ReutersCopyright: Reuters
...make that three goals in Rome. Fiorentina are cutting Roma to ribbons and have blazed into a 3-0 lead in 22 minutes. This time Jose Maria Basanta has got in on the act.
It's a cracking game now. Moments after Everton almost scored, they almost concede as goalscorer Andriy Yarmolenko gets the better of Antolin Alcaraz to drive into the box and Tim Howard makes a sprawling save.
Almost brilliant from Ross Barkley - who reappears in style! Steven Naismith sends him in on goal with a pass over a static defence, Barkley breaks away and shoots left-footed, does the right thing by putting it across goal but it smacks against the post. Very unlucky.
Everton's decent start has now gone to pot with that cracking goal. Ross Barkley was lively in the first 15 minutes but he's gone missing since as the hosts took control.
Fiorentina are now firmly in control in Rome. Former Sunderland and Bolton defender Marcos Alonso makes it 2-0 to leave Roma needing to score three to go through.
That is brilliantly done! The poster boy of Dynamo Kiev puts his side on top. Andriy Yarmolenko picks it up deep on the right-hand side, cuts inside Gareth Barry and then curls a rocket over Tim Howard and into the top corner. Brilliant goal, and it means that Everton HAVE to score now or they are out.Copyright: Reuters
Everton could be in the Champions League next season if they were to go on and win the Europa League. Just to clarify, if that did happen England would have five teams in next season's Champions League. Everton would not replace the team who finished fourth.
Fiorentina have the edge in the all-Italian clash with Roma. Gonzalo Rodriguez scores from the penalty spot after Jose Holebas's foul on Matias Fernandez.
Gareth Barry plays a cute pass through the lines to find Christian Atsu on the turn, one good pass and Romelu Lukaku is away but the on-loan Chelsea man's ball is poor and cut out. Everton look the more incisive side at the moment.
A good opening 10 minutes for Everton. They've looked very lively on the attack and have restricted Kiev to a few half-sights of goal.
Chrsitian Atsu gets going down the right for Everton, genuine pace, and he's tackled but the ball runs on to Ross Barkley. His first instinct is to get a shot away but it's blocked. He had Leighton Baines haring into space on his left, if he had looked up, Baines would have been in...
Ryan Stayner: As a Man Utd fan, have thoroughly enjoyed watching Everton in Europe, and Spurs for that matter. Would love to see them win it.
MJC1973: Unusual position as an LFC fan. Hoping Everton win to keep British team interest in Europe. Not normal at all.
Ross Barkley has Everton's first shot of the night and catches it nicely enough, it's low and hard and Kiev keeper Olexandr Shovkovskiy fields it at the second attempt. End-to-end start.
Chance! Everton switch off from a throw-in, it runs on to midfielder Antunes and he slices his shot just wide from 20 yards. That would have been a disastrous start.
Steven Naismith has started wide on the left, with Romelu Lukaku up front on his own and Ross Barkley in the hole.
I'm not going to beat around the bush - this is a poor pitch. It's no Bloomfield Road, but it's not what you'd expect from a top-class European fixture. Ross Barkley's first touch is a bobbly one and the ball gets away from him. Kiev counter and Oleg Gusev heads over the top.
It has filled up a fair bet now. Loud enough for six PM on a Thursday anyway. Let's get on with it!Copyright: Reuters
Almost time for kick-off in Kiev. The ground is supposedly sold-out but it looked pretty empty a few moments ago. A late surge maybe.
It's half-time in Moscow and Napoli are still in control of the tie, despite Dinamo dominating.
The Russian club, trailing 3-1 from the first leg, have had two goals disallowed for offside.
Rafael Benitez's Serie A club have had their moments, too, with Dries Mertens hitting the bar with an effort from distance.
Italian Serie A
In some news from around Europe, Serie A club Parma have been declared bankrupt by a court in Italy but will be allowed to see out of the season.
The club's debts are estimated at nearly 75m euros (£54m).
Giampietro Manenti promised to clear the debts when he took over as chairman last month but he was arrested on Wednesday after being accused of involvement in a credit card scam.
The Italian league has allocated 5m euro (£3.6m) so the league's bottom club can fulfil their fixtures.
Dan Stratford: I think Everton can go all the way. Average in the Prem but showing their true qualities in Europe. Come on Blues!
NotYourAverageMaria: We'll win it, obviously. Positive mental attitude.
Ulysses Salmon: Europa League winners, place in the Champions League but relegated into the Championship. Sounds like a Roberto Martinez season.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez on ITV4: "You always feel that you carry momentum into the game with back-to-back wins and we have had two good performances. Dynamo are a technical side with good individuals but we are really looking forward to the game.
"You have to adapt to what is in front of you, the pitch is not at the standard we expect. We will approach the game as ourselves.
"There will be over 70,000 fans in the stands and if you come to try and just keep a clean sheet that would be very dangerous. We want to win the game."
Former Everton captain Phil Neville
"Come on @Everton tonight fly the flag boys!"
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Here's Dynamo Kiev coach Sergei Rebrov having a shot for Tottenham in 2000.
For fans of a younger age, Rebrov was a really exciting signing for Spurs. No, he was. Alongside Andriy Shevchenko - who would later go on to flop at Chelsea - he had forged a brilliant strike partnership for Kiev and was expected to set the Premier League alight.
However, he scored just 10 Premier League goals in four years before an equally unproductive season with West Ham. A season I'd completely forgotten about, in fact.
For all the chat this week that Manchester City are in need of a summer reboot, Everton's side is starting to show its age.
At the back goalkeeper Tim Howard is 36, Phil Jagielka 32, Leighton Baines 30 and Sylvain Distin 37, while Gareth Barry is 34 and Leon Osman 33.
Roberto Martinez does have the likes of John Stones, Ross Barkley, Luke Garbutt and Mo Besic in his squad though. Time to replace the old guard?
Everton are the last Premier League side standing in Europe - but how far can they go? They've beaten Wolfsburg home and away already, and scan down the list of teams still in the cup and you'd fancy their chances against most.
Can they win it and earn a place in the Champions League?
If not, who are favourites, and why?
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There's a familiar face in the Kiev dugout - former Spurs striker Sergei Rebrov is their coach. And you can't accuse him of not doing his homework, coming up with this gem in his pre-match news conference:
"Romelu Lukaku is a key player, but we can't focus only on him. Leighton Baines, who has returned, is important; Luke Garbutt's free-kicks are very dangerous … there are many good players at Everton."
Luke Garbutt may be still making a name for himself at Everton - but he's a marked man on the Dnieper...
As ever on Europa League Thursdays our fixtures are split over two - in fact three - time zones.
The first game of the night has already kicked off with Dinamo Moscow attempting to claw back a 3-1 first-leg deficit against Napoli. Christopher Samba - remember him? - has had a goal disallowed in a frantic start.
Kicking-off at the same time as Everton is an all-Serie A affair between Roma and Fiorentina, which is locked at 1-1 after the first leg.Copyright: Reuters
At 20:05 GMT there are five ties, with Bundesliga side Wolfsburg 3-1 up over Inter in the pick of them.
We will stay with those ties through the evening - and you can check out all of the fixtures here.
The scheduling of the 2022 World Cup has been a hot topic for months, years even. But we now know that the World Cup final in Qatar will be held on December 18, 2022. Don't book any panto tickets for that night.
Fifa have also confirmed this evening that the 2019 women's World Cup will be held in France.