Milan’s setter Pavkov saved a 2-2 home draw for Red Star Belgrade against AC Milan.
Guelor Kanga converted a second-half penalty for Red Star after home side Radovan Pankov’s goal just before the interval put Milan ahead.
Theo Hernandez handed the Italians past the penalty spot and although Belgrade defender Milan Rodic saw red for his second booking, Pavkov struck in the third minute of added time.
Bayer Leverkusen slipped to a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Bern after striking back from three goals to equalize Young boys.
The Swiss took a 3-0 halftime lead thanks to Christian Fassnacht, Jordan Siebatcheu and Meschak Elia, but Patrik Schick struck twice in three minutes shortly after the restart and Moussa Diaby made it 3-3 .
But Young Boys’ French striker Siebatcheu appeared with a winner in the 89th minute.
Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb seem favorites to progress after winning 3-2 against Krasnodar in Russia.
Bruno Petkovic took the lead from Zagreb and returned to the visitors’ lead after Marcus Berg equalized for Krasnodar before the break.
Viktor Claesson equalized again for the Russians, but Iyayi Atiemwen hit the winner from Zagreb with 15 minutes remaining.
PSV Eindhoven must revise a two-goal deficit in the second leg if they are to progress after losing 4-2 to Olympiacos in Greece.
Eran Zahavi’s brace in the first half attracted the Dutch twice after goals from Andreas Bouchalakis and Yann M’Vila.
But Youssef El-Arabi scored a third for Olympiakos before half-time and Georgios Masouras added a fourth late.
Roma will start their second leg against Braga with a healthy advantage after his 2-0 victory in Portugal.
Edin Dzeko put Roma in the lead early and after Braga’s Ricardo Esgaio received his second yellow card early in the second half, Borja Mayoral scored another away goal for the Italians.
Club Brugge draws 1-1 in Ukraine against Dynamo Kiev Brandon Mechele at the top of the Belgian championship ranking after Vitaliy Buyalskiy’s first match in the second half.
Manchester United took a big step towards the last 16 of the Europa League by beating Real Sociedad 4-0 in Turin.
United took control of the first leg, played at Juventus’ Allianz Stadium due to coronavirus, after Bruno Fernandes struck in either half to put them 2-0.
Marcus Rashford shot United’s home third after a quick counterattack and with the Spaniards well beaten, Daniel James ran clear in the last minute to add a fourth goal for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
Tottenham also appear to have completed their round of 16 after securing a 4-1 victory over the Austrian team Wolfsberger in Budapest.
Heung-Min Son, Gareth Bale and Lucas Moura were all on target as Tottenham took control before half-time at Puskas Arena.
Wolfsberger pulled one off thanks to a Michael Liendl penalty after Moussa Sissoko’s challenge to Christopher Wernitznig, but Carlos Vinicius scored his fourth Europa League goal of the season for Tottenham in the finals.
Leicester held firm after coming under concerted pressure in the second half to draw 0-0 against Slavia Prague in the capital of the Czech Republic.