Bordeaux safely through
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The French side took a 2-1 advantage to Slovakia and for the majority of the game they had to be wary of conceding a goal which would have handed Petrzalka a shock win.
But former Nottingham Forest striker Darcheville pounced with four minutes remaining to settle Bordeaux's nerves.
Marek Krejci struck a last minute equaliser on the night for the hosts but it was insufficient to prevent Bordeaux from easing through.
In comparison, Bordeaux's French rivals Lens enjoyed an easy ride as they ruthlessly put Macdeonian minnows Cementarnica to the sword.
Charles-Edouard Coridon set the ball rolling on 14 minutes and Daniel Moreira doubled the lead on the stroke of half time.
John Utaka's 53rd minute penalty put further daylight between the sides with Adama Coulibaly making it four on 58 minutes before Dagui Bakari put the icing on the cake in the final minute.
Sochaux eased into the second round after making the most of their numerical superiority after the break against MyPa.
The Finnish side had Antti Okkonen dismissed on the stroke of half time and were always facing an uphill battle to overturn their 1-0 first leg deficit.
Sylvain Monsoreau finally broke the deadlock on 58 minutes before Francileudo wrapped up the win with ten minutes remaining.
Yann Lachuer's 53rd minute goal was enough to present Auxerre with a second 1-0 win over Neuchatel Xamax.
Uefa Cup First Round, Second Leg results:
Artmedia Petrzalka 1-1 Bordeaux (2-3 on agg)
Lens 5-0 Cementarnica (6-0 on agg)
Neuchatel Xamax 0-1 Auxerre (0-2 on agg)
Sochaux 2-0 MyPa (3-0 on agg)