September 14, 2006

The UEFA Cup Recap: September 14 (Part 2)

Posted in UEFA Cup at 9:56 pm by deadlymusings

The last 19 games of the night went as follows:

AZ beat Kayserispor 3-2 in an end-to-end match.

Jermaine Jenas was on the scoresheet in Spurs’ 1-0 win over Slavia Prague.

Tippeligaen strugglers Molde held Rangers in a scoreless draw.

Daniel Niculae scored the winner for Auxerre in their 2-1 win at Dinamo Zagreb.

Feyenoord came from two goals down to secure a 2-2 draw with Lokomotiv Sofia.

Sion and Bayer Leverkusen played out a dull 0-0 draw.

Ten-man Iraklis held out for a 1-0 win over Wisla Krakow.

Gustavo Lopez scored the only goal in Celta Vigo’s 1-0 win over Standard Liege.

Maccabi Haifa and Liteks Lovech drew 1-1.

Fenerbahçe overcame an early goal by Randers to win 2-1.

Sparta Prague will probably be accused of being involved in the anti-Hearts conspiracy after they won 2-0.

Michael Thurk scored a hat-trick as Eintracht Frankfurt beat nine-man Brøndby 4-0.
Habib Bamogo scored the lone goal in Marseille’s win over ten-man Boleslav.

Panathinaikos and ten-man Metallurg battled to a 1-1 draw.

Former Villa non-player Bosko Balaban scored the lone goal in Club Brugge’s win over Ruzemberok.

Red Bull Salzburg scored a late equalizer in their 2-2 draw with Blackburn Rovers.

Tomas Danilevicius and Cristiano Lucarelli were the scorers in Livorno’s 2-0 win over FC Superfund.

Holders Sevilla secured a 2-1 win over Atromitos.

West Ham United’s European dream may have already ended at the hands of Palermo’s Andrea Caracciolo.

And finally, Afonso Alves bagged a brace in Heerenveen’s 3-0 win over Setubal.


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