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UEFA CUP

Third round, Second leg: ATHENS, Panathinaikos (Gce) 1 (Takis Fyssas 2) Slovan Liberec (Cze) 0. First leg: 2-2; Panathinaikos win 3-2 on aggregate l LYON, Olympique Lyon (Fra) 0 Denizlispor (Tur) 1 (Mustafa Ozkan 5). First leg: 0-0, Denizlispor win 1-0 on aggregate l LONDON, Fulham (Eng) 0 Hertha Berlin (Ger) 0. First leg: 1-2, Hertha Berlin win 2-1 on aggregate l KIEV, Dynamo Kiev (Ukr) 0 Besiktas (Tur) 0. First leg: 1-3, Besiktas win 3-1 on aggregate l AUXERRE, AJ Auxerre (Fra) 2 (Teemu Tainio 18, Yann Lachuer 48) Real Betis (Spa) 0. First leg: 0-1, Auxerre win 2-1 on aggregate l BRUSSELS, Anderlecht (Bel) 2 (Aruna Dindane 28, Nenad Jestrovic 65) Girondins Bordeaux (Fra) 2 (Jean-Claude Darcheville 83, 90). First leg: 2-0, Anderlecht win 4-2 on aggregate l STUTTGART, VfB Stuttgart (Ger) 1 (Aliaksandr Hleb 90) Club Bruges (Bel) 0. First leg: 2-1, VfB Stuttgart win 3-1 on aggregate l PRAGUE, Slavia Prague (Cze) 4 (Rudolf Skacel 13, Stepan Vachousek 51, Pavel Kuka 89, 90) PAOK Salonika (Gce) 0. First leg: 0-1, Slavia Prague win 4-1 on aggregate l NICOSIA, Maccabi Haifa (Isr) 1 (Walid Badir 5pen) AEK Athens (Gce) 4 (Kostas Katsouranis 56, Lakis Vassilios 80, 89, Demios Nalitzis 90). First leg: 0-4, AEK Athens win 8-1 on aggregate l ROME, Lazio (Ita) 0 Sturm Graz (Aut) 1 (Imre Szabics 87). First leg: 3-1, Lazio win 3-2 on aggregate l LIVERPOOL, Liverpool (Eng) 1 (Michael Owen 20) Vitesse Arnhem (Ned) 0. First leg: 1-0, Liverpool win 2-0 on aggregate l LEEDS, Leeds United (Eng) 1 (Eirik Bakke 23) Malaga (Spa) 2 (Julio Dely Valdes 14, 80). First leg: 0-0. Malaga won 2-1 on aggregate l VIGO, Celta Vigo (Spa) 2 (Jesuli 22, Benni McCarthy 53) Celtic (Sco) 1 (John Hartson 36). First leg: 0-1. 2-2 on aggregate. Celtic win on away goals rule l LENS, RC Lens (Fra) 1 (Rigobert Song 28) Porto (Por) 0. First leg: 0-3. Porto win 3-1 on aggregate l OPORTO, Boavista (Por) 1 (Elpidio Silva 55pen) Paris St Germain (Fra) 0. First leg: 1-2. 2-2 on aggregate. Boavista won on away goals rule.

SQUASH

WORLD OPEN

ANTWERP, Quarter finals: Jonathan Power (2,Can) bt Thierry Lincou (6,Fra) 15-8, 15-14, 15-8 l David Palmer (3,Aus) bt Martin Heath (11,GBR) 15-9, 15-11, 15-10.

WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

CHENNAI, Quarter finals: Egypt bt Canada 3-0 (Moustafa Essam bt Mathew Serediak 9-0, 9-1, 9-2; Sherif Moustafa Kamal bt Robin Anthony Clarke 9-5, 9-2, 9-2; Ahmed Mohsen Hassan bt Brian Gabriel Ernst 9-5, 9-4, 9-0) l England bt India 2-1 (James Willstrop bt Siddarth Suchde 9-4, 9-7, 9-3; Jon Harford bt Gaurav Nandrajog 9-7, 10-8, 9-5; Peter Barker conceded to Saurav Ghosal) l Pakistan bt Mexico 3-0 (Khayal Muhammad bt Eric M Galvez 10-9, 9-2, 9-2; Safeerullah Khan bt Manuel Fregoso 9-2, 9-0, 9-0; Majid Khan bt Jose A. Becerril 9-1, 9-2, 9-0) l Australia bt US 2-1 (Jhie Gough bt Julian Illingworth 9-6, 3-9, 6-9, 9-6, 9-7; Luke Morgan bt Michacl Cray 9-2, 9-0, 9-5;Aaron Frankcomb bt Christopher Gordon 9-0, 9-0, 9-0).

GOLF

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

PUERTO VALLARTA (MEXICO), First round leaders: 59 Canada (Mike Weir/Ian Leggatt) l 60 Australia (Craig Parry/Adam Scott) l 61 France (Thomas Levet/Raphael Jacquelin), South Korea (K.J. Choi/S.K. Choi) l 62 Sweden (Niclas Fasth/Carl Pettersson), South Africa (Tim Clark/Rory Sabbatini) l 63 Fiji (Vijai Singh/Dinesh Chand), Denmark (Anders Hansen/Soren Velasquez), Wales (Ian Woosnam/Bradley Dredge), Trinidad & Tobabgo (Stephen Ames/Robert Ames), Scotland (Paul Lawrie/Alastair Forsyth), Switzerland (Andre Bossert/Marc Chatelain) l 64 Argentina (Angel Cabrera/Eduardo Romero), Japan (Shigeki Maruyama/Toshi Izawa), Ireland (Padraig Harrington/Paul McGinley) l 65 New Zealand (Michael Campbell/Craig Perks), England (Justin Rose/Paul Casey), US (Phil Mickelson/David Toms) l 66 Colombia (Jesus Amaya/Rigoberto Velasquez), Myanmar (Kyi Hla Han/Soe Kyaw Naing), Venezuela (Carlos Larrain/Jaime Acevedo) l 67 Germany (Alex Cejka/Sven Struver) l 68 Mexico (Esteban Toledo/Pablo Del Olmo) l 70 Singapore (Lam Chih Bing/Mardan Mamat).


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