KIEV, Feb. 22 (Xinhua) -- All three Ukrainian soccer clubs were eliminated from this season's UEFA Europa League after failing to get wins in their second legs of the last 32 in the tournament on Thursday night.
FC Dnipro drew 1-1 with FC Basel in eastern Dnepropetrovsk city to set up the team from Switzerland for the round of 16.
The 90 minutes of football saw two penalty kicks and two red cards handed out by referee Deniz Aytekin.
Ukraine's Evgen Selezniov scored at 75th minute through a penalty kick.
However, 15 minutes later, Basel's Fabian Schar sent the keeper the wrong way to make it 1-1, and 3-1 on aggregate. Basel's 2-0 first-leg lead proved to be decisive.
In another game in Kharkov of Ukraine's east, Shola Ameobi's 63rd minute penalty handed Newcastle United a 1-0 win over Metallist Kharkov, after the first leg at St James Park last week had ended goalless.
Dynamo Kiev, which faced Bordeaux in France, failed to translate their dominance on Stade Chaban-Delmas, losing 3-1 on aggregate.