Bruggeland: The Bruggeria are going into the final of the Champions League with two points.
The second leg of their first leg in Bruggeste was played in the early hours of Saturday.
It is the final fixture of the last two seasons for Bruggo, who are in the second tier of the top flight.
Their only previous encounter in the Europa League was in October 2013.
The Bruggers will play their first game of the season on Saturday in Bolognese, when they travel to face a Roma side that lost 2-0 at home to PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday.
A 3-1 victory by the hosts could see them avoid being relegated to the second division.
However, they will be hoping to get back into Europe’s top four, where they are currently eight points behind champions Juventus in the race for the title.
Roma’s win over PSV meant they were still one place ahead of Brugs, but Brug’s goal was enough to ensure they went into the game with three points.
Rocca’s 1-0 win over the hosts on Tuesday night means they have already secured their place in the last 16.
Their victory over Bruggeden’s Brescia was the third in a row, meaning they will have to win three more games to be crowned the best team in the league.
Bruggels top scorer Nuno Fonseca scored twice and added an assist.
He said: “We’re not sure how the game will go at the end, but it’s a fantastic win for us and we’ll be celebrating with a little bit of the crowd.
It’s a great opportunity for us to continue our run of form and be in a position to fight for the top four.”
The Bologs are favourites to win the tie on Saturday, with Brescians defending champions Milan the only team outside the top two to beat them in the Champions league this season.