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Liverpool advances to quarterfinals
March 19th, 2010 6:09AM
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[EUROPA LEAGUE]Liverpool joined Fulham as the two English clubs in the quarterfinals of the Europa League. Two clubs from Germany and Spain as well as one club each from Belgium and Portugal also advanced. For all the Thursday results ...

Fulham 4 Juventus 1.
Goals: Zamora 9, Gera 39, pen. 49, Dempsey 83; Trezeguet 2,
(Fulham wins 5-4 on aggregate.)
Marseille 1 Benfica 2.
Goals: Niang 70; Maxi Pereira 75, Kardec 90.
(Benfica wins 3-2 on aggregate.)
Standard Liege 1 Panathinaikos 0.
Goal: Mbokani 45
(Standard Liege wins 4-1 on aggregate.)
Werder Bremen 4 Valencia 4.
Goals: Hugo Almeida 26, Frings 57 pen., Marin 62, Pizarro 84; Villa 3, 45, 66 Juan Mata 15.
(Aggregate: 5-5; Valencia wins on away goals.)
Liverpool 3 Lille 0.
Goals: Gerrard pen. 9, Fernando Torres 49, 89.
(Liverpool wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Sporting 2 Atletico Madrid 2.
Goals: Liedson 19, Anderson Polga 45; Aguero 3, 33.
(Aggregate: 2-2; Atletico Madrid wins on away goals.)
Anderlecht 4 Hamburg 3.
Goals: Lukaku 44, Suarez pen. 45, Biglia 59, Boussoufa 66; Boateng 42, Jansen 54, Petric 75.
(Hamburg wins 6-5 on aggregate.)
Wolfsburg 2 Rubin Kazan 1.
Goals: Martins 58, Gentner 119; Kasaev 21
(Wolfsburg wins 3-2 on aggregate.)



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