La Liga clubs Sevilla and Real Betis both qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League despite neither winning their matchday-five fixtures.
Kevin Gameiro's early goal gave Sevilla the lead fellow Group H side Estoril, who then equalised in the final minute through Ruben Fernandes.
Betis also progressed despite losing 1-0 away to Lyon, who will join their Group I rivals in the knockout stages.
Eintracht Frankfurt will finish first in Group F after a 1-0 win in Bordeaux.
The victory, courtesy of substitute Martin Lanig's goal seven minutes from time, puts the German side four points ahead of second-placed Maccabi Tel Aviv.
In Group J, Lazio beat Legia Warsaw 2-0 in the Polish capital to ensure their own progress into the knockout phase.
Goals from Brayan Perea and Felipe Anderson either side of half-time were enough to give the Italian side victory over their hosts, who are without a goal or a point in the Europa League this season.