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UEFA Cup last 16

Article Published: Friday 27 February 2009

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Draw for the last 16 of the UEFA Cup following the conclusion of the round of 32 on Thursday:

Werder Bremen (GER) v Saint-Etienne (FRA)
CSKA Moscow (RUS) v Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
Udinese (ITA) v Zenit Saint-Petersburg (RUS)
Paris SG (FRA) v Sporting Braga (POR)
Dynamo Kiev (UKR) v Metalist Kharkov (UKR)
Manchester City (ENG) v Aalborg (DEN)
Marseille (FRA) v Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
SV Hamburg (GER) v Galatasaray (TUR)

- first legs on March 12; second legs on March 18/19

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