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UEFA Cup Results
December 20th, 2007 7AM

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Italian star Luca Toni exploded for four goals to lead Bayern Munich to a 5-0 win over Greek club Aris on Wednesday. With the win, Bayern clinched a berth in February's round of 32. For all the results ...

Group E
FC Zurich 0 Bayer Leverkusen 5 (Gresko 19, Bulykin 23, 57, Barnetta 50, Kiessling 80).
Toulouse 2 (Santos 41, 53) Spartak Moscow 1 (Dzyuba pen. 61).
Final Standings: *Bayer Leverkusen 9 points; *Spartak Moscow 7; *FC Zurich 6; Sparta Prague 4; Toulouse 3.

Group F
Bayern Munich 6 (Toni 25, 38, 64, 66, Lell 78, Lahm 81) Aris Salonika 0.
Braga 2 (Linz 11, Wender 66) Red Star 0.
Final Standings: *Bayern Munich 8 points; *Bolton Wanderers, *Braga 6; Aris 5; Red Star 0.

Group G
Getafe 2 (Pablo 6, Celestini 50) Anderlecht 1 (Thereau 90+1).
Hapoel Tel Aviv 1 (Fabio Junior 45+1) AaB 3 (Risgard 27, Jakobsen pen. 50, Enevoldsen 66).
Final Standings: *Getafe 9 points; *Tottenham 7; *Anderlecht 5; AaB 4; Hapoel Tel Aviv 3.

Group H
Galatasaray 0 Austria Vienna 0.
Panionios 2 (Djebbour pen. 6, Makos 20) Bordeaux 3 (Cavenaghi 39, 75, Moimbe 87).
Final Standings: *Bordeaux 12 points; *Helsingborg 7; *Galatasaray, Panionios 4; Austria Vienna 1.

*Advances to the round of 32



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