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UEFA Cup Results
October 26th, 2007 7AM

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In what proved to be Dutchman Martin Jol's last game as Tottenham manager, Spurs fell at home to Spanish club Getafe, 2-1, on Day 1 of the UEFA Cup's group stage. Jol and assistant Chris Hughton both agreed to leave Spurs just before the game. Tim Howard was the only American in action on Thursday, starting in goal for the Toffees in their 3-1 win over Larissa at Goodison Park. For all Thursday's UEFA Cup results ...

Group A
Everton 3 (Cahill 14, Osman 50, Anichebe 85) Larissa 1 (Cleyton 65).
Zenit St. Petersburg 1 (Timoshchuk 43pen) AZ 1 (Ari 20).

Group B
Panathinaikos 3 (Goumas 11, Papadopoulos 73, Salpigidis 77) Aberdeen 0.
Lok. Moscow 3 (Bilyaletdinov 27, Odemwingie 61, 64) Atl. Madrid 3 (Aguero 16, 85, Forlan 47).

Group C
Elfsborg 1 (Moback 15) AEK Athens 1 (Blanco 77).
Villarreal 1 (Capdevila 88) Fiorentina 1 (Vieri 48).

Group D
Brann 0 Hamburg 1 (Kompany 62).
Basel 1 (Streller 55) Rennes 0.

Group E
Sparta Prague 1 (Slepicka 24) FC Zurich 2 (Konde 38, Alphonse 62).
Bayer Leverkusen 1 (Kiessling 35) Toulouse 0.

Group F
Bolton Wanderers 1 (Diouf 66) Braga 1 (Jailson 87).
Red Star 2 (Koroman 16, Milijas 74) Bayern Munich 3 (Klose 18, 86, Kroos 90).

Group G
Anderlecht 2 (Frutos 36, 70) Hapoel Tel Aviv 0.
Tottenham 1 (Defoe 19) Getafe 2 (de la Red 21, Braulio 70).

Group H
Helsingborg 1 (Larsson 83) Panionios 1 (Goundoulakis 45).
Bordeaux 2 (Cavenaghi 53, Chamakh 64) Galatasaray 1 (Nonda pen. 22).



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