Extra-time goals from Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes spared Burnley's blushes as they beat Aberdeen 3-1 in the second qualifying round of the Europa League, progressing 4-2 on aggregate.
Despite struggling at times during a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie, Sam Vokes' away goal gave Burnley an advantage they looked set to capitalise upon emphatically when Chris Wood delighted Turf Moor with a sixth-minute opener.
But Derek McInnes' men responded with style and character – their belief only growing when 18-year-old Lewis Ferguson acrobatically netted his first professional goal before the half hour.
Both sides had chances during the second half and they remained locked together until Cork's 101st-minute header and a penalty six minutes from time from Barnes secured a trip to Istabul Basaksehir in the third qualifying round next week.
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