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  1. McGinn misses penalty as Brondby win shootout 5-3
  2. Hibs win 1-0 after extra-time to level tie at 1-1
  3. David Gray scores winner before going off injured
  4. Hearts lose 2-1 at home v Birkirkara to go out
  5. Aberdeen win 1-0 (Rooney) at Ventspils to progress
  6. Dons keeper Lewis saved first-half penalty

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all folks

    I'm off for a lie down. Thanks for your company on a mixed day for Scottish teams in Europe.

    Aberdeen are left to fly the flag in the Europa League and will be at home to Slovenian side Maribor next week, the kind of team my dad would describe as "a crack outfit"...

    Hibs can hold their heads up high after losing a penalty shoot-out in Copenhagen but Hearts will be scratching theirs and wondering how they managed to lose at home to a team from Malta.

    Good night.

  2. Lennon still smarting over first leg loss

    Manager Neil Lennon talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "I thought we were the better team over two legs. I'm proud and pleased with the players because they did exactly what we wanted them to. 

    "If it wasn't for some poor refereeing in the first leg there would have been no need for us to go into extra time tonight.

    "Any luck going in this tie went against us but I can't speak highly enough of the team."

  3. 'Hearts will learn from loss'

    Head coach Robbie Nielson talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "We're devastated. It was a year's work to get here and we've let it slip.

    "But this is a young team and they will learn."

  4. Penalty pain for Hibees

    This is what it feels like to miss in a penalty shoot-out...

    John McGinn was the only player not to score from the spot as Hibs were edged out by Brondby.

    A sore one for sure, but the midfielder put in a great shift, like all of his team-mates.

    Read the match report here.

    John McGinn is comforted by by his team-mates
    Image caption: John McGinn is comforted by by his team-mates
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    Peter, Newlands: Where do you place the Hearts result tonight in the context of last week's Celtic result being the worst in Scottish football history? Maltese champs for Goodness sake. 

    Peter Flanagan: Every time we think Scottish football can't get any worse we're proved wrong. Another black night.

  6. Promising signs for Hibs

    FT: Brondby 0-1 Hibernian (agg: 1-1) Brondby win 5-3 on pens

    "There was a real spirit about Hibs," says BBC Sportsound pundit Craig Paterson. "The performance was great, so many positives. They matched Brondby in every aspect over two legs. If they can maintain this level of focus, they will be very hard to beat in the Championship."

  7. And then there was one

    Aberdeen only team left in Europa League

    I'm starting to see double, having started this page back at 15:30 when we had hopes of three Scottish sides progressing.

    After a drama packed evening, Aberdeen are the only team left standing.

    Fans of the Edinburgh sides will be feeling blue but Hibs went down fighting against a team with good pedigree, winning away from home on the night only to lose out on penalties.

    Hearts will be smarting after a limp display but it could all have been different if Prince Buaben had converted a first-half penalty.

    Aberdeen won 1-0 in Latvia
    Image caption: Aberdeen won 1-0 in Latvia, progressing 4-0 on aggregate

    Hearts 1-2 Birkirkara

    A chorus of boos from the frustrated home fans... Hearts are dumped out of Europe by Maltese opposition.

    Conor Sammon's header with 27 minutes left raised hopes but two sucker-punches left them with a mountain to climb.

    Just a third win from 24 European ties for the visitors.

  9. Post update

    Hearts 1-2 Birkirkara

    We're into stoppage-time at Tynecastle and Hearts need two goals.

  10. Hibs go out on penalties

    Hibs keeper Ross Laidlaw was very close to keeping out the first two Brondby penalties and the Danish side's fourth went in off the post. Fine margins and all that...

  11. Hibs go out on penalties

    FT: Brondby 0-1 Hibernian (agg 1-1) Brondby win 5-3 on pens

    Alas, Jamie Murray and every other Hibs fan is left gutted as Brondby convert all five of their spot kicks.

    John McGinn is the unfortunate man to have missed.

  12. Penalty shoot-out

    FT: Brondby 0-1 Hibernian (agg: 1-1)

    Larsson slams the ball past Laidlaw, the keeper wasn't far away 1-0

    A terrible effort from McGinn is saved 1-0

    Norgaard 2-0 - Laidlaw gets a hand on it but can't keep it out.

    Hanlon 2-1 - Again the keeper gets a touch but it's hard enough to squeeze in.

    Stuckler 3-1 - Good strike, right in the corner.

    Holt 3-2 - Sends the keeper the wrong way.  

    Wilczek 4-2 - In off the post!

    Boyle 4-3 - Very cool, bottom right corner.

    Holst 5-3 - down the middle.

    Agony for the Hibees...

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    Calum: Can't believe Hibs are winning away in Brondby and Hearts losing at home to a Maltese team!  

  14. Penalty shoot-out for Hibs

    FT: Brondby 0-1 Hibernian (agg: 1-1)

    Is it time for Ross Laidlaw to do a Conrad Logan?

  15. GOAL Hearts 1-2 Birkirkara

    Conor Sammon

    Arnaud Djoum's cross meets the head of Conor Sammon who gets his first goal for Hearts and gives them a glimmer of hope.

  16. Post update

    Brondby 0-1 Hibernian

    A free header for Christian Norgaard from a corner but it's well off target.

  17. CLOSE!

    Brondby 0-1 Hibernian

    Big let-off for Hibs as a shot clips the heel of Liam Fontaine and the ball skids inches wide of the post, with Ross Laidlaw stranded.