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August 30th, 2007 7AM
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Both teams from England (Arsenal and Liverpool), Scotland (Celtic and Rangers), Turkey (Fenerbahce and Besiktas) and Ukraine (Dynamo Kiev and Shakhtar Donetsk) earned passage to the group stage of the UEFA Champions League by winning their third qualifying round series. The draw for the group stage will take place Thursday in Monaco despite the death of Sevilla player Antonio Puerta that forced the AEK Athens-Sevilla second leg to be postponed.

Rosenborg 2 (Sapara 45, Konan 49) Tampere United 0.
(Rosenborg wins 5-0 on aggregate.)
Celtic 1 (McDonald 27) Spartak Moscow 1 (Pavlyuchenko 45).
(Aggregate: 2-2; Celtic wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Arsenal 3 (Rosicky 8, Fabregas 82, da Silva 89) Sparta Prague 0.
(Arsenal wins 5-0 on aggregate.)
Elfsborg 1 (Alexandersson 30) Valencia 2 (Helguera 3, Villa 90).
(Valencia wins 5-1 on aggregate.)
FC Copenhagen 0 Benfica 1 (Katsouranis 16).
(Benfica wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Steaua Bucharest 2 (Zaharia 12, Neaga 54) BATE Borisov 0.
(Steaua Bucharest wins 4-2 on aggregate.)
Anderlecht 0 Fenerbahce 2(Kezman 4, De Souza 74).
(Fenerbahce wins 3-0 on aggregate.)
Dynamo Zagreb 2 (Vukojevic 21, Modric pen. 41) Werder Bremen 3 (Diego pen. 13, pen. 70, Sanogo 38)
(Werder Bremen wins 5-3 on aggregate.)
Slavia Prague 2 (Vlcek 22, 87) Ajax 1 (Suarez 33).
(Slavia Prague wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Besiktas 2 (Delgado 57, 64) FC Zurich 0.
(Besiktas wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Dynamo Kiev 3 (Bangoura 3, own goal 76, Rebrov pen. 89) Sarajevo 0.
(Dynamo Kiev wins 4-0 on aggregate.)
Shakhtar Donetsk 3 (Lucarelli 9, Castillo pen. 79, Brandao 87) Red Bull Salzburg 1 (Meyer 5).
(Shakhtar Donetsk wins 3-2 on aggregate.)



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