Lyon and Besiktas given suspended two-year UEFA bans
Last Thursday's quarter-final first leg at Parc Olympique Lyonnais was delayed by 45 minutes after fans streamed onto the pitch, seeking refuge from objects being hurled from the tier above them, which housed the travelling Turkish fans.
With the result ending 2-1 to Besiktas on the night and 3-3 on aggregate, the match went to penalties as the clock ticked well past midnight.
Babel, Cenk Tosun, Hutchinson, Tolgay Arslan, Talisca and Necip Uysal all scored for the hosts before Dusko Tosic saw his penalty saved by Lopes.
Lopes saved again, this time from Mitrovic's effort and Lyon skipper Gonalons made no mistake from the spot to send the French side through and break Besiktas hearts.
In a statement, the European governing body confirmed that both clubs have been fined €100,000 (£83,785) and have been issued with a ban suspended by two years.
President Jean-Michel Aulas praised the response to last week's crowd trouble, while stopping short of confirming whether Lyon had accepted the sanctions, or planned to contest them.
There was also a pitch invasion by home fans after Jeremy Morel took advantage of a mistake by Besiktas goalkeeper Fabri to secure a 2-1 Lyon win.
The second leg of the quarter-final tie takes place in Istanbul on Thursday and comes after Lyon were involved in another ugly flashpoint over the weekend.
Roared on by the packed Vodafone Arena on the shores of the Bosphorus just opposite a former palace for Ottoman Sultans, Besiktas drew first blood as Brazilian Talisca scored after a corner in the 27th minute.
Goals from Leon Goretzka and Guido Burgstaller for Schalke 04 had cancelled Ajax's 2-0 first leg lead in regulation time and an extra time goal from Daniel Caligiuri looked to seal a 3-2 aggregate win until Viergever 's 110th minute goal.
But Lyon's highly regarded Alexandre Lacazette equalised 10 minutes later with an exquisite chip over Fabricio in the Besiktas goal.
Besiktas had the running for most of the extra time but failed to convert chances.
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Up to 20,000 Turkish fans, the majority living in France or Germany, were intermingled among the 35,000 supporters of Lyon on top of the 3,000 fans from Istanbul situated in the visitors' section.
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