InterToto Cup Round-Up
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Deportivo La Coruna defeated Slaven Belupo in the InterToto Cup third round.Deportivo La Coruna will meet Newcastle United in the InterToto Cup semi-finals after defeating Croatian club Slaven Belupo 4-0 on aggregate.
The Spanish Primera Liga club had a one-goal advantage from the first leg of their third round tie and they secured their passage with 3-0 second leg success in Croatia on Saturday.
Ruben Castro gave Depor the lead just after the quarter hour mark before Victor doubled their advantage soon after the break from the penalty spot.
Diego Tristan made sure of victory with a third goal in the dying stages, as the Galicians now face Graeme Souness's men in the first leg next week.
Lithuanian side Zalgiris Vilnius are though to semi-finals after a 5-4 aggregate win over Greek club Egaleo, despite losing the second leg at home 3-2.
Zalgiris had a 3-1 first leg lead from their trip to Athens and they looked on their way after first half strikes from Virmantas Lemezis and Igoris Morinas.
However, Egaleo restored parity with two goals before the break, as Prokopios Saganas made it 2-1 before Ioannis Chloros scored the first of his two penalties on 45 minutes.
Chloros then made things interesting with another penalty in the second half to give the Greeks the lead, but their failure to score again meant they went out of competition, despite the win on Saturday.
Zalgiris will face either French club St Etienne or Romanian upstarts CFR Cluj in the semi-finals.
German Bundesliga side Hamburg are through to the semi-finals after a 2-0 second leg win over Portuguese club Uniao Leiria (pictured) to win 3-0 on aggregate.
After a goalless first half at the AOL-Arena, a Sergei Barbarez penalty gave Hamburg the lead just after the break.
The Germans sealed the tie with a second goal from Benjamin Lauth, as Hamburg now face Czech side Sigma Olomouc in the semi-finals.
Lazio are through the next stage after seeing off Finnish opponents Tampere United by a 4-1 aggregate score after a 1-1 away draw.
Both goals came late on in Finland, as Jarkko Wiss gave Tampere the lead on 88 minutes before Roberto Muzzi earned a draw for the Rome-based club.
French club Lens advanced after a 4-1 second leg thrashing of Croatia's Varteks for a 5-2 aggregate success.
All the goals came in the second half, with Yoann Lachor, Jonathan Lacourt, Olivier Thomert and Daniel Cousin finding the scoresheet for the home side at Stade Felix-Bollaert.
Enes Novinic scored Varteks' consolation, as they bowed out of the competition in Northern France.
Dutch side Roda JC Kerkrade are through after seeing off Czech side Slovan Liberec on the away goals rule after a 1-1 away draw in the second leg.
Following a goalless draw in the first leg in Holland, Roda took a first half lead through Sergio before Liberec levelled late in the second half though Libor Dosek, but it proved not enough for the home side.
There was better news for another Czech side in Sigma Olomouc, who advanced to the semi-finals on the away goals rule themselves after a 1-1 aggregate result with German giants Borussia Dortmund.
Sigma's away goal in the first leg in Germany prove decisive, as a 0-0 draw on Saturday to set up another German clash with Hamburg for the Czech outfit.
Wolfsburg are through after seeing off Swedish club IFK Gothenburg 2-0 in the second leg for a 4-0 aggregate victory.
A first half strike from Argentine star Andres D'Alessandro gave Wolfsburg the lead and the German side sealed the tie with a second half goal from Diego Klimowicz.
Wolfsburg will face Lens in the semi-finals next week.
Marseille are in the semi-finals after a 5-3 aggregate success over Swiss club Young Boys Berne following a 2-1 second leg win at Stade Velodrome.
Mario Raimondi levelled the tie for Young Boys just before the break, but the French Ligue 1 club sealed their way to the next stage with second half strikes from Peguy Luyindula and Samir Nasri.
Marseille now face a semi-final clash with Italian giants Lazio.
Finally, Spanish giants Valencia set up a semi-final tie with Roda JC Kerkrade after 2-0 second leg win over Belgian club Gent at the Mestalla to go through 2-0 on aggregate.
Summer signings David Villa and Patrick Kluivert scored the goals for Los Che to take the Primera Liga outfit into the semi-finals.
InterToto Cup - third round, second leg:
Newcastle United 2-0 ZTS Dubnica (5-1 agg.)
Slaven Belupo 0-3 Deportivo La Coruna (0-4 agg.)
Zalgiris Vilnius 2-3 Egaleo (5-4 agg.)
Hamburg 2-0 Uniao Leiria (3-0 agg.)
Tampere United 1-1 Lazio (4-1 agg.)
Lens 4-1 Varteks (5-2 agg.)
Slovan Liberec 1-1 Roda JC Kerkrade (1-1 agg.; Roda win on away goals)
Sigma Olomouc 0-0 Borussia Dortmund (1-1 agg.; Sigma win on away goals)
Wolfsburg 2-0 IFK Gothenburg (4-0 agg.)
Marseille 2-1 Young Boys Berne (5-3 agg.)
Valencia 2-0 Gent (2-0 agg.)