Osasuna secured their place in the Uefa Cup knockout stages with a convincing 3-0 win at Group D winners Parma.
The Spanish outfit only needed a point from their visit to Italy and the Stadio Ennio Tardini on Thursday, but they capped their group-stage campaign in fine style.
The Basque club broke the deadlock on 33 minutes when midfielder David Lopez struck home a long-range shot before doubling his tally just before the break with a close-range finish.
Eight minutes from the end, Juanfran sealed an emphatic away win for the Pamplona club after converting Bernardo Romeo's cross.
In the other Group D contest, Heerenveen defeated French side Lens 1-0 at the Abe Lenstra Stadion, but it was not enough for the Dutch side to advance.
Heerenveen needed to win by three clear goals to claim third place, and despite Afonso Alves striking home a free-kick deep into second-half injury-time, it was Lens that held on to the final qualification place.
As a result, Parma, Osasuna and Lens go into Friday's draw for the round of 32 in the New Year.