FC Levadia Tallinn registered their biggest victory in European competition, defeating San Marino's SP La Fiorita 7-0, as they eased into the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round.
The Estonian side, 1-0 winners in the first leg, overwhelmed their opponents on home turf to set up a tie against AC Sparta Praha. They scored their first after seven minutes through a long-range effort from Aleksandr Kulinitš, who supplied the cross for Igor Subbotin to head in from close range on the half-hour mark.
Subbotin cleared the crossbar with a penalty, awarded after Marco Angeletti handled, before the break but did get his second with 18 minutes left. That made it 4-0, half-time substitute Omar Elhussieny having rounded off Levadia's first attack of the second period.
Elhussieny then crossed for Artjom Artjunin, who found the net with a low shot, before the Egyptian midfielder delivered another assist, this time for Toni Tipuric to head past Simone Montanari. Artjunin iced the cake in added time from the edge of the penalty box.