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European: Champions League round up

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posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 06:21 AM
Dinamo Bucharest will face Manchester United next week after they defeated Zilina in the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round, second leg. Ionel Danciulescu's goal secured a 1-0 win in Romania, which cemented a 2-0 aggerate advantage and sets up an intriguing contest against the Premiership giants.

Rangers are to face CSKA Moscow, after the Russian outfit disposed of FK Neftchi with relative ease on the night. Goals from Rolan Gusev and Vagne Love proved enough for CSKA, after a goalless first leg.

A night of celebration awaits in Shelbourne, after the Irish club's impressive 2-0 victory over Hajduk Split. Shelbourne progress 4-2 on aggerate, after goals from Dave Rogers and Alan Moore secured a lucrative trip to Deportivo La Coruna in the next round.

SK Tirana won 1-0 against Ferencvaros on their travels but bow out of the competition on away goals after a 3-2 first-leg defeat.

Sparta Prague were narrow victors on home soil against Nicosiao of Cyprus. Milan Pacanda's second half goal secured a 2-1 win on the night and a 4-3 victory on aggerate.

Norwegian side Rosenborg dispatched Moldovan outfit Sheriff Tiraspol 2-0 on the night and 4-1 over the two games.

Nova Garcia were in top form in their trip to Denmark after hitting five to no reply against Copenhagen - securing a 6-2 aggerate victory.

Wisla Krakow showed no mercy against Georgia Tbilisi, winning 3-0 on the night and 11-2 over the two games.

Belgian giants Brugge made light work of Lokomotiv Plovdiv, winning 4-0 on their travels - with former Aston Villa misfit Bosko Balaban scoring twice.

Liran Cohen proved the matchwinner for Maccabi Tel Aviv against Finnish outfit HJK Helsinki.

After a goalless first match, Cohen's goal in the 88th minute proved decisive and puts the Israeli giants a step closer to the competition proper.

Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk already had their game with Pyunik Yerevan won before the kick-off, after claiming a 3-1 victory on their travels.

A 1-0 victory on the night was secured courtesy of a goal from Tomas Hubschman in the opening period.

Home advantage proved enough for Trabzonspor as they overcame Skonto Riga 3-0.

Goals from Ibrahima Yattara, Mehmet Yilmaz and Fatih Tekke were enough for the Turkish outfit, after a 1-1 stalemate in the first-leg.

In Belgrade, Red Star put three past Swiss side Young Boys Bern and progress to the next round 5-2 over the two games.

Andreas Johansson and Abgar Berson were on target for Djurgarden, as they knocked out Kaunas 2-0 on their travels to Lithuani.

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