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UEFA Cup Results
December 6th, 2007 7AM

TAGS:  international


With American Tim Howard in goal, English club Everton beat Zenit St. Petersburg, 1-0, to clinch a berth in the round of 32 of the UEFA Champions League. Atletico Madrid, Villarreal, Hamburg and FC Basel also won Wednesday to advance to the knockout phase. American Ramiro Corrales' foul set up Basel's winning free kick by Carlitos in the Swiss club's 1-0 win over Brann, which is in third place in Group D with four points and still has a chance of advancing depending on next week's game between Dinamo Zagreb and Rennes. For all the UEFA Cup results ...

Group A
Nuremberg 2 (Mintal 83, 85) AZ 1 (de Zeeuw 29).
Everton 1 (Cahill 85) Zenit St. Petersburg 0.
Standings: Everton 9 points; Zenit St. Petersburg 5; AZ, Nuremberg 4; Larissa 0.

Group B
FC Copenhagen 0 Atletico Madrid 2 (Simao 21, Aguero 62).
Panathinaikos 2 (Salpigidis 70, 74) Lok. Moscow 0.
Standings: Panathinaikos 9 points; Atletico Madrid 7; FC Copenhagen 3; Lok. Moscow 2; Aberdeen 1.

Group C
Mlada Boleslav 0 AEK Athens 1 (Nsaliwa 46).
Villarreal 2 (Tomasson 2, 5) Elfsborg Boras 0.
Standings: Villarreal 7 points; Fiorentina, AEK Athens 5; Mlada Boleslav 3; Elfsborg Boras 1.

Group D
Dynamo Zagreb 0 Hamburg 2 (de Jong 87, Trochowski pen. 90).
Basel 1 (Carlitos 40) Brann 0.
Standings: Hamburg 9 points; Basel 7; Brann 4; Dynamo Zagreb, Rennes 1.


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