Defending champion Atletico Madrid was knocked out of the Europa League on Thursday night as Aris, Lille and Anderlecht filled the final three spots in the 32-team second round.

Atletico substitute Fran Merida scored with his first touch in the 72nd minute for a 1-1 tie at Bayer Leverkusen, but Aris won 2-0 against visiting Rosenborg to finish second in Group B, behind Bayer Leverkusen.

Lille beat Ghent 3-0 to advance. Anderlecht, with American midfielder Sacha Kljestan going the entire match, defeated Hajduk Split 2-0 to overtake AEK Athens in Group G. AEK lost 3-0 to visiting Zenit St. Petersburg.

Manchester City qualified first in Group A after Jo scored a 77th-minute equalizer in a 1-1 draw at Juventus, which became the first team ever to tie all six of its first-round matches.

Manchester City and Lech Poznan, which won 1-0 at Salzburg, both finished with 11 points but City took top spot. The teams had an identical head-to-head record but City had a better goal difference.

Stuttgart and Young Boys were already assured of filling the top two spots in Group H before their final matches. Stuttgart routed Odense 5-1, while Young Boys lost 1-0 at Getafe.

Already qualified PSV Eindhoven drew 0-0 with Metalist Kharkiv to top Group I, with the Ukrainian side qualifying in second spot.