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UEFA Cup Results
February 20th, 2009 7AM

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Dutch clubs Ajax and Marseille pulled upsets with 1-0 wins on the road at Fiorentina and Marseille, respectively, in the first leg of their UEFA Cup round-of-32 series.

Feb. 19
Lech Poznan (POL) 2 (Rengifo 81, Arboleda 84) Udinese (ITA) 2 (Quagliarella 50, Arboleda 55-og)
Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) 2 (Seleznov 79, Jadson 88) Tottenham (ENG) 0
FC Copenhagen (DEN) 2 (Almeida 56, Vingaard 90+1) Manchester City (ENG) 2 (Onuoha 29, Ireland 61)
Marseille (FRA) 0 FC Twente (NED) 1 (Arnautovic 22)
Fiorentina (ITA) 0 Ajax (NED) 1 (Bakircioglu 60)
Feb. 18
Aalborg (DEN) 3 (Due 54, 72, Jakobsen pen. 90) Deportivo Coruna (ESP) 0
Aston Villa 1 (ENG) (Carew 69) CSKA Moscow (RUS) 1 (Love 14)
Bordeaux (FRA) 0 Galatasaray (TUR) 0
Paris SG (FRA) 2 (Hoarau 80, 85) Wolfsburg (GER) 0
NEC (NED) 0 Hamburg (GER) 3 (Trochowski 41, Silva 45, Olic 75)
Sampdoria (ITA) 0 Metalist Kharkov (UKR) 1 (Olynik 45+3)
Sporting Braga (POR) 3 (Renteria 17, Andre Leone 26, Aguiar 84) Standard Liege (BEL) 0
Werder Bremen 1 (Diego 84) AC Milan 1 (Inzaghi 36)
Olympiakos (GRE) 1 (Djordjevic pen. 63) St. Etienne (FRA) 3 (Ilan 12, Dernis 43, Gomis 90+1)
Zenit St. Petersburg (RUS) 2 (Huszti 2, Tymoshchuk 45) VfB Stuttgart (GER) 1 (Gomez 15)
Dynamo Kiev (UKR) 1 (own goal 62) Valencia (ESP) 1 (Silva 8)



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