No word from Derek McInnes yet, but you'll be able to read what he has to say about that performance on the website later. His Dons side will likely face the Latvian side FK Ventspils, who still lead 2-0 on aggregate at half-time of their second leg against Vikingur of the Faroes Islands, in the second qualifying round. Either way, the first leg will be at Pittodrie next Thursday.
Hearts will travel to Malta to face Birkirkara the same night, while Hibernian will host Danish side Brondby, who have cruised through 10-1 on aggregate.
Before that we'll have Celtic's entrance to Champions League qualifying on Tuesday night in Gibraltar.
A gimme for the Scottish champions? After tonight, there would appear to be no easy games in Europe anymore.