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FOOTBALL

Primera Liga

Celta Vigo 2 (Jose Ignacio 19, Pablo Contreras 59) Albacete 2 (Antonio Pacheco 45+1, Carlos Aranda 52) l Espanyol 0 Osasuna 1 (Pierre Webo 87) l Malaga 5 (Salva Ballesta 9, 14, 69, Diego Alonso 74, Manuel Canabal 87) Barcelona 1 (Fernando Sanz 80) l Real Betis 1 (Ismael 48) Murcia 1 (Luis Garcia 90+1pen) l Real Madrid 2 (Ronaldo 1, Raul 20) Atletico Madrid 0 l Valladolid 1 (Oscar 65) Deportivo Coruna 1 (Jonathan 49og) l Villarreal 0 Real Mallorca 2 (Samuel Eto’o 54, Alejandro Campano 60).

GERMAN CUP

Cologne (I) 1 (Florian Kringe 23) SpVgg Greuther Fuerth (II) 1 (Thomas Kleine 76) l VfB Luebeck (II) 1 (Daniel Baerwolf 76) SC Freiburg (I) 0 l Werder Bremen (I) 6 (Ivan Klasnic 19, 39, Johan Micoud 26, Valerien Ismael 47, Ailton 78, Angelos Haristeas 85) Hertha Berlin (I) 1 (Marcelinho 89) l Bayern Munich (I) 3 (Claudio Pizarro 28, Roy Makaay 47, Hasan Salihamidzic 73) Hamburg SV (I) 0.

French Ligue 1

Toulouse 1 (Ousmane N’Doye 78) RC Lens 2 (Daniel Moreira 57, Mounir Diane 59) l AJ Auxerre 1 (Yannick Fischer 19og) Le Mans 0 l Bastia 3 (Florian Maurice 35, Benoit Cauet 62, Youssouf Hadji 81) Stade Rennes 2 (Abdelsalem Ouaddou 9, Frederic Piquionne 60) l En Avant Guingamp 2 (Alaeddine Yahia 65, Pierre-Yves Andre 72) AC Ajaccio 0 l Lille 2 (Philippe Brunel 43, Hector Tapia 90+3) Nantes 0 l Paris St Germain 3 (Branko Boskovic 21, Reinaldo 62, Pauleta 67) Racing Strasbourg 2 (Danijel Ljuboja 14, Abdelilah Fahmi 79).

ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP

Aston Villa 3 (Kit Symons 22og, Gavin McCann 70, Juan Pablo Angel 79) Crystal Palace (I) 0 l Liverpool 2 (Danny Murphy 66, Vladimir Smicer 88) Bolton Wanderers 3 (Mario Jardel 4, Jay-Jay Okocha 79, Youri Djorkaeff 90pen) l Middlesbrough 0 Everton 0 l Reading (I) 0 Chelsea 1 (Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 57) l Tottenham Hotspur 3 (Darren Anderton 9, Helder Postiga 30, Frederic Kanoute 90) Manchester City 1 (Robbie Fowler 80) l West Bromwich (I) 2 (Bernt Haas 6, Scott Dobie 56) Manchester United 0.

EAST ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

TOKYO, South Korea 3 (Kim Do-heon 23, Kim Do-hoon 50, Ahn Jung-hwan 57) Hong Kong 1 (Lawrence Akandu 34).

National League

Vasco 1 (Amaechi Tochukwu 82) East Bengal 1 (Dipankar Roy 83) l Mahindra United (James Singh 55, Felix Aboagye 79) Mohun Bagan (JR Barreto 75)

GOLF

AUSTRALIAN MASTERS

MELBOURNE, first round leaders: 66 Marcus Cain (Aus), Peter Lonard (Aus) l 67 Peter Senior (Aus), Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), Robert Allenby (Aus), Jarrod Moseley (Aus) l 68 Steven Bowditch (Aus), John Senden (Aus), Nick O’Hern (Aus), Brad Lamb (Aus), Adrian Percey (Aus) l 69 Adam Crawford (Aus), Rod Pampling (Aus), Nathan Kent (Aus), Matthew Ecob (Aus), Richard Ball (Aus), Peter O’Malley (Aus), Peter Fowler (Aus), Mark Allen (Aus) l 71 Adam Scott (Aus) l 72 Steve Elkington (Aus) l 74 Rich Beem (US).

HONG KONG OPEN

First round leaders: 62 Richard McEvoy (Eng) l 66 Steven O'Hara (Sco) Amandeep Johl (Ind) l 67 Zhang Lian-wei (Chn) Kim Felton (Aus) Barry Lane (Eng) Padraig Harrington (Irl) Michael Campbell (NZ) Prayad Marksaeng (Tha) Desvonde Botes (RSA) Edward Loar (US) l 68 Tsai Chi-Huang (Tai) Jose Maria Olazabal (Spa) Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) Nobuhito Sato (Jpn) David Geall (Eng) Harmeet Kahlon (Ind) Peter Hanson (Swe) Derek Fung (HK) Christopher Hanell (Swe) Matthew Cort (Eng) Steve Jeppsen (Swe) Wang Ter-chang (Tai) Hennie Otto (RSA) Garu Rusnak (US) Darren Clarke (Nir) Jason Knutzon (US) Shaun Webster (Eng).

VOLLEYBALL

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

DAVANAGERE (KARNATAKA), Men's quarter finals: Kerala bt Haryana 24-26, 25-21 21-25, 26-24, 16-14 l Services bt Tamil Nadu 28-30, 25-15, 25-14, 20-25, 15-12 l Railways bt Karnataka 25-21, 25-17, 23-25, 25-21 l Women’s: Bengal bt Maharashtra 25-14, 25-14, 25-20 l Kerala bt Tamil Nadu 23-25, 25-21, 25-22, 25-20 l Haryana bt Chandigarh 21-25, 25-18, 25-20, 29-27.

For the book

Italy’s Pierluigi Collina, the man in charge of last year’s World Cup final between Brazil and Germany, heads a 12-strong list of referees for the 2004 European championship.

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