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Intertoto Cup: Deportivo and Marseille through to finals

3 August 2005 23:18

NEWCASTLE, Aug 3 (SW) - Newcastle United have been knocked out of the Intertoto Cup, as Deportivo la Coruña came back from behind to beat the English. Marseille meanwhile, were far too strong for Lazio and advance to the finals as well.

Newcastle - Deportivo 1-2

Deportivo win 4-2 on aggregate

The Magpies thought to be heading for victory, when James Milner opened the score in the 39th minute. This lead would be enough for Newcastle to advance to the next round, due to away goals.

However, the Spanish visitors knew that nothing had been decided yet, and Jorge Andrade levelled just five minutes later. Another five minutes into the second half, Pedro Munitis scored for 1-2, which meant that the Toon would have to score another three goals. 'Depor' held on to their lead to move on to the finals.

Marseille - Lazio 3-0

Marseille win 4-1 on aggregate

Olympique de Marseille and their Italian opponents of Lazio Roma held each other to a 1-1 draw in Rome, which put the French in a good position to advance. At home, the score was opened by Mamadou Niang on the hour mark.

Just two minutes later, Andres Mendoza doubled Marseille's lead, and Franck Ribery gave the home crowd even more to be happy about when he scored his side's third goal, after another three minutes.

Lens - Wolfsburg 4-0

Lens win 4-0 on aggregate

Any goal could be decisive after the scoreless draw between these two teams in the first leg. Aruna Dindane put Lens ahead with two minutes left to play in the first half, and Seydou Keita added another, three minutes into the second.

Wolfsburg lost one of their players, Juan Carlos Menseguez in the sixtiest minute due to a red card, and two late goals from Issam Jemaa set the final score to 4-0.

Roda - Valencia 0-0

Valencia win 4-0 on aggregate

After Valencia's easy 4-0 win at Mestalla in the first leg, the Spaniards took it a bit easier in Kerkrade for the second. The Dutch knew their verdict, and a shock result was not a realistic target. No goals were scored throughout the entire ninety minutes.

Hamburg - Olomouc 3-0

Hamburg win 4-0 on aggregate

Hamburger SV had already won their away match by one goal, which made their task at home relatively easy. Benjamin Lauth got the opening goal on the half hour mark, and Dutchman Rafael van der Vaart score the second in the 56th minute. With eight minutes left in regular time, Lauth set the final score to 3-0.

Cluj - Zalgiris 5-1

Cluj win 7-2 on aggregate

After losing 1-2 to Cluj in the first match, Zalgiris never really stood a chance in the second. By half time, the hosts already had a comfortable lead with goals from Cosmin Tilinca and Vasile Ilie Jula (penalty).

In the second half, Ambrozie Coroian, Alin Minteuan and Adrian Anca scored as well, and Andrius Joksas got the guests a consolation goal for 5-1 in the 80th minute.

The three finals:

Hamburg - Valencia

Lens - Cluj

Deportivo - Marseille

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