Group F round-up
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Heerenveen sealed a dramatic late passage into the next round of the Uefa Cup.Heerenveen sealed a dramatic late passage into the next round of the Uefa Cup as a last minute winner against Levski Sofia saw them progress from Group F while dumping Dinamo Bucharest out of Europe.
Marseille's 2-1 win at home against Dinamo ensured that the French side went through as group winners, while the Romanians were sweating on the result from Holland to learn their fate.
The Dutch side had started the day bottom of the group, while Bucharest were in the third qualification spot, but a 90th minute winner for Heerenveen saw them win 2-1 against already qualified Levski, and seal a dramatic berth in the next round.
Marseille were already assured of their place in the next round, but a 2-1 win at home against Bucharest made sure of top spot in the group.
Bostjan Cesar and Jose Delfim put the hosts well in control at half time, and Claudiu Niculescu's reply was not enough for the Romanians.
Levski were also assured of their passage to the next round, but they still took the lead at Heerenveen through Miroslav Ivanov's 52nd minute strike.
However, the Dutch side drew level with a goal from Georgios Samaras just two minutes later, and it was Andre Hanssen who struck in the final minute to send the Dutch through in third place, while a heartbroken Dinamo bowed out.
Current Uefa Cup holders CSKA Moscow had already been iliminated from the competition after winning just one of their four group games.