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Onyewu's Standard goes on top
November 28th, 2008 7AM
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[UEFA CUP] American Oguchi Onyewu was in the starting lineup as Standard Liege beat Partizan, 1-0, in Belgrade and took over first place in the UEFA Cup's Group C.

The fourth in five rounds of group play will take place Dec. 3-4.

UEFA CUP
Nov. 27
Group A
Schalke 0 Manchester City 2 (Mwaruwari 32, Ireland 66).
Paris St. Germain 2 (Kezman 5, Luyindula 32) Racing Santander 2 (own goal 40, Colsa 55).
DID NOT PLAY: FC Twente
Standings: Manchester City (6), Schalke 04 (4 points), FC Twente (3), Racing Santander (2), Paris St. Germain (1),

Group B
Galatasaray 0 Metalist Kharkiv 1 (Edmar 81).
Olympiakos 5 (Galletti 1, Patsatzoglou 17, Santo 24, 53, Belluschi 44) Benfica 1 (Luiz 33)
DID NOT PLAY: Hertha Berlin
Standings: Galatasaray (6 points), Metalist Kharkov (4), Olympiakos (3), Hertha Berlin (2), Benfica (1).

Group C
Sampdoria 1 (Sammarco 39) VfB Stuttgart 1 (Marica 8).
Partizan Belgrade 0 Standard Liege 1 (de Camargo 36).
DID NOT PLAY: Sevilla
Standings: Standard Liege (6 points), Sampdoria (4), VfB Stuttgart (4), Sevilla (3), Partizan Belgrade (0)

Group D
NEC 0 Tottenham 1 (O'Hara 14).
Dinamo Zagreb 0 Spartak Moscow 1 (Saenko 75).
DID NOT PLAY: Udinese
Standings: Udinese (6 points), Tottenham Hotspur (6 points), Dinamo Zagreb (3), Spartak Moscow (3), NEC (0).

Group E
Portsmouth 2 (Kaboul 62, Kanu 73) AC Milan 2 (Ronaldinho 84, Inzaghi 90)
Braga 2 (own goal 6, Meyong 49) Wolfsburg 3 (Dzeko 24, Misimovic pen. 83, 90)
DID NOT PLAY: Heerenveen
Standings: AC Milan (7 points), Wolfsburg (6), Braga (3), Portsmouth (1), Heerenveen (0)

Group F
MSK Zilina 0 Slavia Prague 0
Hamburg 0 Ajax Amsterdam 1 (Leonardo 77).
DID NOT PLAY: Aston Villa
Standings: Aston Villa (6 points), Ajax (6 points), Hamburg (3), Slavia Prague (1), MSK Zilina (1)

Group G
Club Brugge 1 (Vargas 50) St Etienne 1 (Gigliotti 44).
Rosenborg 0 Valencia 4 (Mata 21, Hernandez 76, Baraja 88, Joaquin 90).
DID NOT PLAY: FC Copenhagen
Standings: St Etienne (7 points), Valencia (4), Club Brugge (2), FC Copenhagen (1), Rosenborg (1)

Group H
CSKA Moscow 2 (Dzagoyev 31, Zhirkov 45) Lech Poznan 1 (Stilic 66).
Deportivo La Coruna 3 (Lopo 30, own goal 50, Guardado 51) Feyenoord 0.
DID NOT PLAY: AS Nancy
Standings: CSKA Moscow (9 points), Nancy (4), Deportivo La Coruna (3), Lech Poznan (1), Feyenoord (0)

Format: Top three teams from each group qualify for next knockout round, together with the eight third-placed teams from the Champions League group phase.



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