Chelsea continue European adventure
Fernando Torres' hot streak in the Europa League continued as Chelsea booked a semi-final spot at the expense of Rubin Kazan.
The Spaniard scored early, and although Chelsea lost on the night they progressed thanks to a superior aggregate score.
Russian side Rubin ran Chelsea close but they didn't have enough to match the Premier League side in the end.
Tottenham travelled to Basel hoping to make the semi-finals, but they were greeted by a well organised and stubborn side.
Clint Dempsey scored twice to help fill the hole left by Spurs' star man Gareth Bale who is injured and didn't play.
But Basel wouldn't lie down and came from behind to take the lead, Mohamed Salah scored the first of their goals.
Tottenham's cause wasn't helped when they were reduced to ten-men following Jan Vertonghen's red card.
Trailing 3-1 from the first leg in Portugal, Newcastle boss Alan Pardew knew his side were underdogs against Benfica.
Papiss Cisse had the ball in the net twice for Newcastle but the goal was ruled out for offside on both occasions.
Cisse eventually scored legally and the Toon Army thought they were in with an unlikely chance of another dramatic late show.
Just when they thought they had a chance, Eduardo Salvio scored for Benfica to break Newcastle hearts and eliminate them.
Caner Erkin ensured Fenerbahce's progress and Lazio's elimination with a second half strike against the Italians.
Fenerbahce's prize will be a tie against Chelsea, Basel or Benfica in the semi-final.