Bayern Munich beat Sevilla 2-0 in the Europa League final on Tuesday night, giving them an important two points.
The game was a thriller as Sevilla had a good chance to win the game as the visitors had a 1-1 draw with Juventus in the previous round.
However, the hosts went down to ten men thanks to a penalty and a controversial refereeing decision.
The win will go down as one of the best ever for the German giants and a great opportunity for the rest of the season, with a return to European football a priority for Bayern.
The Bavarians have also secured a place in the Champions League, as they beat Celtic 2-1 on aggregate.
They now have a place at the last eight in their group, with Sevilla, who beat FC Twente 2-2 in the last round, coming back from a 2-3 deficit to reach the last 16.
The Sevilla boss, Juan Carlos Navarro, told reporters after the game: “We won 2-nil.
I hope we have a lot of energy in the next game.”
Bayern Munich beat FC Sevilla 3-2 at the San Siro in Milan on Sunday.
The victory was a huge boost for the Bundesliga champions, as the Spaniards were able to avoid the group stages for the first time since 2011.
The result leaves Sevilla in seventh place, two points behind Bayern Munich, while Sevilla will face a tough fight for a place next year, should they progress.