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UEFA Champions League, First Round, First Leg Results
July 20th, 2007 7AM

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Marsaxlokk (Malta) 0 Sarejevo (Bosnia) 6
Sheriff (Moldova) 2 Ranger's (Andorra) 0
Hafnarfjordur (Iceland) 4 HB Torshavn (Faeroe Islands) 1
NK Domzale (Slovenia) 1 FK Tirana (Albania) 0
Pobeda (Macedonia) 0 Levadia Tallin (Estonia) 1
Derry City (Ireland) 0 Pyunik (Armenia) 0
Dudelange (Luxembourg) 1 MSK Zilina (Slovenia) 2
Khazar Lenkoran (Azerbaijan) 1 Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) 1
APOEL Nicosia (Cyprus) 2 BATE Borisov (Belaurus) 0
Olimpi Rustavi (Georgia) 0 Astana (Kazakhstan) 0
Zeta (Montenegro) 3 Kaunas (Lithuania) 1
Murata (San Marino) 1 Tampere United (Finland) 2
Linfield (Northern Ireland) 0 IF Elfsborg (Sweden) 0
The New Saints (Wales) 3 Ventspils (Latvia) 2



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