TEL AVIV, Sep 28 (SW) - Besiktas and Rapid Bucharest needed extra time to secure their spots in the next round of the UEFA Cup, while Grasshoppers scored five goals for an impressive 8-0 aggregate win.
Hapoel Tel Aviv - Chernomorets 3-1
Hapoel Tel Aviv win 4-1 on aggregate
The Israeli hosts had little to worry about against Chornomorets. Salim Toema opened the score after 25 minutes and Elianiv Barda got the second in the 73rd.
Gennadi Nizhegorodov then got one back for the guests in the 81st minute but Luciano de Bruno set the final aggregate score to 4-1 in the 88th minute.
Chornomorets' Andrey Ostrovski was sent off in the 71st minute.
CSKA Sofia - Besiktas 2-2 aet.
Besiktas win 2-4 on aggregate
CSKA were close to overcoming the 2-0 defeat from the first leg, levelling the aggregate score through Petko Iliev and Alexandr Tunchev in the 60th and 69th minutes respectively.
Extra time was needed in the Bulgarian capital city and three minutes had past when Mert Nobre scored for Besiktas. Bobo would do the same four minutes later to lead the Turks to safety.
Dinamo Bucharest - Xanthi 4-1
Dinamo Bucharest win 8-4 on aggregate
Claudiu Niculescu put the home side in the lead after twelve minutes and Adrian Cristea netted a second in the 47th.
Jacques Paviot got one back for Xanthi but goals from Ionel Danciulescu and again Niculescu gave the Romanians a comfortable victory.
Zulte-Waregem - Lokomotiv Moscow 2-0
Zulte-Waregem win 2-0 on aggregate
After a lack of goals in the first leg, it took until the 58th minute for Tim Matthys to break the deadlock for the Belgians. Tony Sergeant scored his side's second with eight minutes left to play.
Grasshoppers - Atvidaberg 5-0
Grasshoppers win 8-0 on aggregate
Grasshoppers used the return leg to confirm why they deserve a spot in the group phase. David Blumer and Scott Sutter scored in the first half, while Roland Schwegler, Eduardo and Michel Renggli did so in the second.
With an aggregate score of 8-0, the Swiss achieve one of the most convincing overall victories in this round.
Red Star Belgrade - Slovan Liberec 1-2
Slovan Liberec win 4-1 on aggregate
On a good day for Czech football, Slovan Liberec secured their spot in the second round as well. In Belgrade, Jiri Bilek needed less than two minutes to put the visitors ahead.
Ailton then scored back for Red Star in the 43rd minute but Jan Holenda added another for the Czechs in the 65th.
Austria Vienna - Legia Warsaw 1-0
Austria Vienna win 2-1 on aggregate
The Austrians only needed one goal to advance to the next round, after the 1-1 draw in the first leg. The decider came from Roman Wallner, five minutes after the hour mark.
Nacional - Rapid Bucharest 1-2 aet.
Rapid Bucharest win 3-1 on aggregate
Portuguese side Nacional lost the first match 1-0 but levelled the aggregate score through Juliano Spadacio in the 29th minute.
Extra time was needed but only one minute had been played when Ionut Alin Rada scored for Rapid. Nacional would now need two goals to advance due to the away goal rule, which also counts in extra time.
Bruno Basto was sent off by the referee one minute after Rapid's goal, leaving the hosts with just ten players on the pitch.
Lucian Burdujan scored a second for the Romanians in the 100th minute to completely decide the match.
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