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UEFA Cup Results
February 15th, 2008 6:30AM

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Tottenham, Fiorentina and Hamburg all won on the road in the first leg of the their UEFA Cup round-of-32 series on Thursday. Bundesliga leader Bayern Munich had to settle for a 2-2 tie at Scotland's Aberdeen. For all the results and goal scorers ...

ROUND OF 32, FIRST LEG
Benfica 1 (Makukula 43) Nuremberg 0.
Slavia Prague 1 (Strihavka 69) Tottenham 2 (Berbatov 4, Keane 30).
Bolton Wanderers 1 (Diouf 74) Atletico Madrid 0.
Rosenborg 0 Fiorentina 1 (Mutu 16).
FC Zurich 1 (Hassli 88) Hamburg 3 (Jarolim 49, Olic 67, Trochowski 77).
Aberdeen 2 (Walker 24, Aluko 41) Bayern Munich 2 (Klose 29, Altintop 55).
Zenit St. Petersburg 1 (Pogrebnyak 63) Villarreal 0.
Galatasaray 0 Bayer Leverkusen 0.
AEK Athens 1 (Blanco 90+4) Getafe 1 (de la Red 86).
Brann 0 Everton 2 (Osman 59, Anichebe 88).
Werder Bremen 3 (Naldo 5, Jensen 27, Almeida 90+5pen) Braga 0.
PSV 2 (Simons 7, Lazovic 33) Helsingborg 0.
Marseille 3 (Cheyrou 62, Taiwo 68, Niang 79) Spartak Moscow 0.
Anderlecht 2 (Polak 79, Mbo Mpenza 90+5) Bordeaux 1 (Jussie 69).
Rangers 0 Panathinaikos 0.
Sporting Lisbon 2 (Vukcevic 8, 58) Basel 0.

 



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