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UEFA Cup Results
November 30th, 2007 7AM

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Ramos, recovering from a two-goal deficit to beat AaB Aalborg, 3-2. American Dan Califf went the entire game for the Danish club. Ramiro Corrales, Califf's teammate on the 2000 U.S. Olympic team, also played 90 minutes in Norwegian club Brann's 2-1 win over Dinamo Zagreb. For all the results, goal scorers and standings ...

Group A
AZ 1 (Dembele 77) Larissa 0.
Zenit St. Petersburg 2 (Pogrebnyak 76, Ionov 79) Nuremberg 2 (Charisteas 25, Benko 84).
Standings: Everton 6 points; Zenit St. Petersburg 5; AZ 4; Nuremberg 1; Larissa 0.

Group B
Atletico Madrid 2 (Forlan pen. 45, own goal 61) Aberdeen 0.
Lokomotiv Moscow 0 FC Copenhagen 1 (Nordstrand pen. 62).
Standings: Panathinaikos 6 points; Atletico Madrid 4; FC Copenhagen 3; Lok. Moscow 2; Aberdeen 1.

Group C
AEK Athens 1 (own goal 34) Fiorentina 1 (Osvaldo 29).
Elfsborg Boras 1 (Svensson 31) Mlada Boleslav 3 (Taborsky 67, Mendy 79, Vorisek 90).
Standings: Fiorentina 5 points; Villarreal 4; Mlada Boleslav 3; AEK Athens 2; Elfsborg Boras 1.

Group D
Brann 2 (Bjarnason 45+4 pen, Bakke 72) Dynamo Zagreb 1 (Vukojevic 49).
Hamburg 3 (van der Vaart 30, Choupo-Moting 84, Zidan 90) Rennes 0.
Standings: Hamburg 6 points; Basel, Brann 4; Dynamo Zagreb, Rennes 1.

Group E
FC Zurich 2 (Tihinen 42, De Araujo pen. 69) Toulouse 0.
Sparta Prague 0 Spartak Moscow 0.
Standings: FC Zurich 6 points; Spartak Moscow, Sparta Prague 4; Bayer Leverkusen 3; Toulouse 0.

Group F
Bolton Wanderers 1 (Giannakopoulos 90) Aris 1 (Calvo 44).
Braga 1 (Linz 66) Bayern Munich 1 (Klose 47).
Standings: Bayern Munich 5; Aris 4; Bolton Wanderers 3; Braga 2; Red Star 0.

Group G
Getafe 1 (Pablo pen. 90) Hapoel Tel Aviv 2 (Badier 5, Dago 31).
Tottenham 3 (Berbatov 46, Malbranque 51, Bent 66) AaB 2 (Enevoldsen 2, Risgard 37).
Standings: Tottenham 6 points; Anderlecht 4; Getafe, Hapoel Tel Aviv 3; AaB 1.

Group H
Helsingborg 3 (Skulason 47, Omotoyossi 66, 70) Austria Vienna 0.
Panionios 0 Galatasaray 3 (Serkan 50, Song pen. 63, Hakan Sukur 82).
Standings: Helsingborg 7 points; Bordeaux 6; Galatasaray 3; Panionios 1; Austria Vienna 0.


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