FC Dynamo Kyiv 5-2 Everton FC (agg: 6-4)
Brilliant finishes from Andriy Yarmolenko and Antunes helped to propel Serhiy Rebrov's effervescent side into the last eight.
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• Brilliant Andriy Yarmolenko finish puts Dynamo ahead; Romelu Lukaku replies
• Łukasz Teodorczyk and Danilo Silva strike to make it 3-1 by half-time
• Oleh Gusev and Antunes extend lead; Phil Jagielka header gives Everton some consolation
• For first time since 1992/93, there will be no English side in any UEFA club competition quarter-final
• Quarter-final draw in Nyon on Friday at 13.00CET
FC Dynamo Kyiv put in a superb performance to overturn a 2-1 first-leg deficit in this round of 16 tie and storm past Everton FC into the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.
For the first time since 1992/93 there will be no English team among the last eight in any UEFA club competition, after Dynamo put an end to Roberto Martínez's side, Andriy Yarmolenko and Antunes both scoring spectacular goals, while Ross Barkley twice smacked the frame of the goal for the visitors.
Yarmolenko struck first, lashing a superb shot past Tim Howard from 25 metres, but while Barkley rattled the post at the other end a few minutes later, Romelu Lukaku drove the equaliser from the edge of the box soon afterwards to take his UEFA Europa League tally to eight for the season. The Belgian is level with with former FC Salzburg forward Alan at the top of the 2014/15 scoring chart.
Lukaku's moment of glory was fleeting as Oleh Gusev's cross from out on the left was not cleared, Łukasz Teodorczyk finishing with a firm hit from close range. Another unconvincing piece of defending then invited Miguel Veloso to try his luck from the edge of the box and his effort deceived Howard, taking a decisive nick off Seamus Coleman.
Coleman had a hand in Dynamo's fourth on 56 minutes, blocking Gusev's initial attempt before the impressive winger finished from the rebound. Barkley then found the post for a second time with an audacious shot, but he was definitively upstaged as Antunes unleashed Dynamo's fifth from distance. Yarmolenko fired against the bar moments later, and Phil Jagielka pulled one back with a header from a corner, but there were to be no further breaks for the Toffees.