Valencia: César; Marchena, Albelda,
Dealbert, Miguel; Pablo Hernández, Baraja (Alexis 46'), Banega, Mata
(Maduro 118'); Zigic (Joaquín 56'), David Villa. 4-4-2.
Brugge: Stijnen; Donk, Hoefkens, Alcaraz, Klukowski; Geraerts, Odjidja (Chávez 101'), Lestienne (Dahmane 80') Sonck (Akpala 91'), Kouemaha, Perisic. 4-3-3.
1-0. 01. Mata. Controlled Miguel's long cross and steered shot wide of Stijnen.
2-0. 96. Pablo Hernández. Picked up Banega pass and beat defender to score.
3-0. 117. Pablo Hernández. Picked up Joaquín pass and rounded keeper to score.
Valencia are through to the last sixteen after a 3-0 victory over Club Brugge, although they had to wait until extra time to wrap things up. Mata cancelled out the Belgian side's first leg lead with less than a minute gone after Miguel set him up, but despite dominating play from there on they were unable to beat an excellent Stijnen. César had to make two or three key saves himself as the visitors threatened close to the end of the 90 minutes, but in extra time Pablo Hernández settled it with two goals, the first after picking up an assist from Banega and the second after Joaquín put him through. Unai Emery's side have a tricky tie with Werder Bremen in the next round.