The Italian Roma, the Czech Slavia Praga, the Dutch Feyenoord and the Greek PAOK qualified for the quarter-finals of the European Conference

Berlin: Italian Roma qualified for the quarter-finals of the European Football Conference Championship, after drawing 1-1 with Dutch host Vitesse in the second leg of the competition’s round of 16. Roma took advantage of the 1-0 first leg win, qualifying after winning 2-1 in the two games. Vitesse advanced with Maximilian Wittek in the 63rd minute, while Tammy Abraham equalized for Roma in the third minute of added time for the second half. Dutchman Feyenoord qualified in the same round after beating Serbian Partizan Belgrade 3-1. Feyenoord had won the first leg 5/2, qualifying by winning 8/3 in the two games. Feyenoord advanced with Cyril Desires in the first minute of added time of the first half, before Reiss Nelson scored the second goal in the 59th minute. In the 62nd minute Ricardo Gomez scored the first goal for Partizan, while Brian Linsen scored the third goal for the Feyenoord in the last minute of the game, now original. In an exciting match, Czech Slavia Prague qualified for the quarter-finals, despite losing 3/4 to Austria hosts LASK Linz. Slavia qualified for the quarter-finals, taking advantage of the 4/1 victory of the first leg, exceeding 5/7 in the total of the two games. Peter Olinka moved on to Slavia in the 25th minute, before Philip Wezinger equalized for LASK in the 37th minute, but the Czech side scored the second and third goals with Alexander Bah and Yera Sur in the 38th and 63rd minutes and at the 77th minute Weisinger scored the second goal for himself and the LASK Linz side, before Andreas Gruber scored the third goal for the Austrian side, then Alexander Schmidt scored the fourth goal in the last minute of regulation time. For their part, PAOK qualified for the quarter-finals after beating their Belgian host Gent 2-1, and PAOK qualified after winning the first leg 1-0, beating 3-1 overall. Jose Angel Crespo scored the first goal for PAOK in the 21st minute, before Laurent Depotry equalized for the Belgian side in the 40th minute and Douglas scored the winning goal for PAOK in the 80th minute. (Dpa)