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UEFA Cup Results
March 20th, 2009 9:15AM

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Marcus Tracy, the 2008 Hermann Trophy winner, came on in the second half of Danish club Aalborg's match against Manchester City in the second leg of the UEFA Cup's round of 16. With Tracy on the field, Aalborg scored two late goals -- the first set up by Tracy -- to tie the series on aggregate, but Man. City prevailed in a shootout. France and Ukraine led the way with two teams apiece headed to the quarterfinals.

RESULTS
Aalborg (DEN) 2 (Shelton 85, Jakobsen pen. 90+1) Manchester City (ENG) 0
(Aggregate: 2-2; Manchester City wins 4-3 on penalties.)
Galatasaray (TUR) 2 (Kewell pen. 42, Baros 49) Hamburg (GER) 3 (Guerrero 57, 60, Olic 90)
(Hamburg wins 4-3 on aggregate.)
Metalist Kharkiv (UKR) 3 (Sliusar 29, 70, Jaja 56) Dynamo Kiev (UKR) 2 (Sabljic 68, own goal 79)
(Aggregate 3-3; Dynamo Kiev wins on away goals.)
Zenit St. Petersburg (RUS) 1 (Tymoshchuk 34) Udinese (ITA) 0
(Udinese wins 2-1 on aggregate.)
Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) 2 (Fernandinho pen. 54, Adriano 70) CSKA Moscow (RUS) 0
(Shakhtar Donetsk wins 2-1 on aggregate.)
Sporting Braga (POR) 0 Paris SG (FRA) 1 (Hoarau 81)
(Paris SG wins 1-0 on aggregate.)
Ajax (NED) 2 (Enoh 33, Sulejmani 74) Marseille (FRA) 2 (Niang 35, Mears 109)
(Marseille wins 4-3 on aggregate.)
Saint-Etienne (FRA) 2 (Benalouane 64, Grax 90+2) Werder Bremen (GER) 2 (Prodl 6, Pizarro 27)
(Werder Bremen wins 3-2 on aggregate.)



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