Seventeen clubs progressed to the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round this week as FC Levadia Tallinn caused a shock and ŠK Slovan Bratislava earned a meeting with Olympiacos CFP.
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FC Levadia Tallinn followed up their 1-1 draw at Wisła Kraków last week with a 1-0 victory to provide the major shock of the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round and set up a tie in the next phase against Debreceni VSC.
Elsewhere, ŠK Slovan Bratislava overcame NK Zrinjski to seal a meeting with Olympiacos CFP while FC Salzburg scored late to survive a scare against Bohemian FC and secure a date with NK Dinamo Zagreb. All these clubs will play in the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round Champions Path side of the draw while teams such as Sporting Clube de Portugal, Celtic FC and FC Shakhtar Donetsk will enter at the Non-Champions Path stage, with all first-leg ties to be played next week.