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UEFA Cup: Slavia Prague advance despite defeat at Hamburg

15 December 2005 20:44

MONACO, Dec 15 (SW) - Hamburger SV defeated Slavia Prague in the UEFA Cup on Thursday, but the Czechs do advance to the next round as CSKA Sofia failed to take advantage at Monaco.

Hamburger SV - Slavia Prague 2-0

Just nine minutes had been played when Sergej Barbarez put Hamburg in the lead. The Germans, who had already secured their spot in the next round, scored a second through Emile Mpenza in the 57th minute.

Slavia, who spent most of the match with only ten players following Matus Kozacik's red card in the 28th minute, now depended on the result in France.

AS Monaco - CSKA Sofia 2-1

With Slavia's defeat, CSKA needed a draw to take the third position in Group A. Monaco turned out to be too strong however, and scored through Olivier Kapo in the 49th minute and Sebastien Squillacci in the 75th.

The Bulgarians were given renewed hope when Petar Dimitrov got one back in the 83rd minute, but Monaco held on to their lead and helped Slavia to the next round.

Monaco and Hamburg both have 9 points, followed by Slavia and Viking with 4. Slavia have a goal record of -2, while Viking are stuck at -3. CSKA Sofia are last with three points.

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