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UEFA Cup Results
November 9th, 2007 7AM



Group A
Nuremberg 0 Everton 2 (Arteta pen. 83, Anichebe 88)
Larisa 2 (Alexandrou 58, Fotakis 62) Zenit St. Petersburg 3 (Pogrebnyak 39, Zyryanov 70, Fatih 78).

Group B
Aberdeen 1 (Diamond 27) Lokomotiv Moscow 1 (Ivanovic 45).
FC Copenhagen 0 Panathinaikos 1 (N'Doye 16).

Group C
Fiorentina 6 (Jorgensen 4, 78, Vieri 5, Donadel 62, Kroldrup 65, Di Carmine 87) Elfsborg Boras 1 (Ishizaki 41).
Mlada Boleslav 1 (Mendy 90) Villarreal 2 (Kahveci 33, Cazorla 55).

Group D
Dynamo Zagreb 0 Basel 0.
Rennes 1 (Cheyrou pen. 87) Brann 1 (Karadas 24).

Group E
Toulouse 2 (Elmander 14, Mansare 80) Sparta Prague 3 (Kisel 67, 88, Dosek 69).
Spartak Moscow 2 (Pavlyuchenko pen. 63, Mozart pen. 77) Bayer Leverkusen 1 (Freier 90).

Group F
Aris 3 (Papazoglou 76, 89, Koke 90) Red Star 0.
Bayern Munich 2 (Podolski 30, 49) Bolton Wanderers 2 (Gardner 8, Davies 82).

Group G
AaB 1 (Lindstrom 86) Anderlecht 1 (Wasilewski 59)
Hapoel Tel Aviv 0 Tottenham 2 (Keane 26, Berbatov 31).

Group H
Austria Vienna 1 (Kuljic 5) Bordeaux 2 (Chamakh 45, Wendel pen. 88).
Galatasaray 2 (Nonda 45, 90) Helsingborg 3 (Larsson 31, Omotoyossi 39, Andersson 75).


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