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UEFA Cup Results
February 22nd, 2008 6:31AM

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With American Tim Howard in goal, Everton thumped Norwegian club Brann, 6-1, to advance to the UEFA Cup round of 16. Freddy Adu stayed on the bench for Benfica, which was headed toward elimination against FC Nuremberg until Oscar Rene Cardozo's 90th minute goal rescued the Portuguese club.


ROUND OF 16, Second Leg
Braga 0 Werder Bremen 1 (Klasnic 78)
(Werder Bremen wins 4-0 on aggregate)

Nuremberg 2 (Charisteas 59, Saenko 66) Benfica 2 (Cardozo 90, Angel Di Maria 90)
(Benfica wins 3-2 on aggregate)

Basel 0 Sporting 3 (no Pereirinha 2, Liedson 41, 51)
(Sporting wins 5-0 on aggregate)

Everton 6 (Aiyegbeni 35, 54, 72, Johnson 41, 90, Arteta 70)
Brann 1 (Vaagan Moen 60)
(Everton wins 8-1 on aggregate)

Fiorentina 2 (Liverani 38, Cacia 81) Rosenborg 1 (Kone 88)
(Fiorentina wins 3-1 on aggregate)

Helsingborg 1 (Castan 81) PSV Eindhoven 2 (Zonneveld 47, Lazovic 65)
(PSV Eindhoven wins 4-1 on aggregate)

Bordeaux 1 (Cavenaghi 71) Anderlecht 1 (Chatelle 34)
(Anderlecht wins 3-2 on aggregate.)

Atletico Madrid 0 Bolton Wanderers 0
(Bolton Wanderers wins 1-0 on aggregate)

Villarreal 2 (Franco 75, Tomasson 90) Zenit St Petersburg 1 (Pogrebnyak 31)
(Aggregate 2-2, Zenit St Petersburg win on away goals)

Getafe 3 (Esteban Granero 45, Contra 82 pen, Braulio 84) AEK Athens 0
(Getafe wins 4-1 on aggregate)

Tottenham Hotspur 1 (O'Hara 7) Slavia Prague 1 (Krajcik 51)
(Tottenham Hotspur wins 3-2 on aggregate)

Bayern Munich 5 (Lucio 12, Van Buyten 36, Podolski 71, 77, Mark van Bommel 85) Aberdeen 1 (Lovell 83)
(Bayern Munich wins 7-3 on aggregate)

Panathinaikos 1 (Goumas 12) Rangers 1 (Novo 81)
(1-1 on aggregate, Rangers wins on away goals)


Spartak Moscow 2 (Pavlenko 39, Pavlyuchenko 85) Marseille 0
(Marseille wins 3-2 on aggregate)

Hamburg SV 0 FC Zurich 0
(Hamburg SV wins 3-1 on aggregate)

Bayer Leverkusen 5 (Barbarez 12, 22, Kiessling 13, Haggui 55, Schneider 61 pen) Galatasaray 1 (Barusso 87 pen)
(Bayer Leverkusen wins 5-1 on aggregate)

 



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