Porto, Celtic, Monaco, Ludogorets and Legia Varsova have so far made it through the playoffs and qualified for the tournament.
Porto, Celtic, Monaco, Ludogorets and Legia Varsova have qualified for the UEFA Champions League group stages while Roma, Villareal, Victoria Plzen and Hapoel Beer-Sheva will continue their journey into the group stages of the UEFA Europa League.
Roma and Porto drew the most attraction from all the matches played so far.
Three red cards from both games caused a great disadvantage and eventually led to Roma's downfall.
Porto won the last game 3-0 after a 1-1 draw in the first match.
With Roma out, Juventus and Napoli will now share €100 million from the country participation share and TV broadcast rights.
Roma worked so hard for that 3rd place and yet again a Serie A team self destructing in the UCL qualification.— Matteo Bonetti (@TheCalcioGuy) August 23, 2016
Roma - Porto (1-1) (0-3)
Monaco - Villarreal (2-1) (1-0)
Viktoria Plzen - Ludogorets (0-2) (2-2)
Hapoel Beer-Sheva - Celtic (2-5) (2-0)
Legia Varsova - Dundalk (2-0) (1-1)
The other five teams will be determined on Wednesday with the final group stage draw being held on Thursday in Monaco.
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