Standard Liege strengthened their position in Europa League Group B with a 3-1 win at Vorskla Poltava, a result which ended the Ukrainian side's chances of reaching the knockout stages.
The home side needed to win to have any chance of keeping their European adventure alive, but failed to make the most of taking an early lead.
The win means Standard remain top of the group with eight points from four games, with German side Hannover also on the same mark after beating FC Copenhagen tonight.
It looked promising for Vorskla when they took the lead less than four minutes after the kick-off, Ivan Krivosheenko's corner being headed home by Oleksiy Kurilov from six yards out.
And they could have doubled their lead with just eight minutes on the clock when Ahmed Januzi found space on the edge of the area, but he dragged his shot wide.
However, Standard were soon on level terms courtesy of a fantastic strike from Luis Seijas, who drilled a left-footed shot into the top corner from 25 yards.
Januzi missed a good chance to restore the home side's lead on 28 minutes when he failed to find the target from close range, and that proved a costly miss as Standard went in front with the last kick of the half.
Following a foul on Seijas by Armend Dallku - which earned him a yellow card - Mohamed Tchite's free-kick found Antonio Kanu in the area and he made no mistake from six yards.
The visitors looked to put the game to bed straight after the interval, but Seijas headed weakly at goalkeeper Serhiy Dolhansky when he should have done better.
However, the Belgian side did make the game safe on 73 minutes when Tchite showed his team-mate how it should be done, heading home from Jelle Van Damme's cross.
Vorskla pushed forward in search of a late consolation but the closest they came to another goal was in the last minute when Armend Dallku's corner forced goalkeeper Sinan Bolat to punch clear.