PARMA 3 PSV EINDHOVEN 2
By Steve Bateman
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 3-2 defeat was Eindhoven's first in any competition since early November, when they lost to Anderlecht in the Champions League.
The Dutch champions blew a 2-0 half-time lead but, with the final aggregate score level at 4-4, PSV sneaked through to the next round on the away goals rule.
Dane Dennis Rommerdahl put Eindhoven in front after 32 minutes before Yugoslav striker Mateja Kezman (pictured) doubled the lead on the stroke of half-time.
Parma immediately sparked into action during the second-half and began taking the game to the visitors.
Former Aston Villa striker Savo Milosevic brought the 1999 Uefa Cup winners back into the contest in the 64th minute before firing the Italians level just five minutes later.
This prompted Parma to throw everything at PSV as they desperately sought the two goals that would take them through to the next round.
Despite laying siege to the Dutchmen's goal, the Serie A club's only reward was a last-minute winner from Colombian youngster Johnnier Montano - a goal which ultimately proved to be in vain as Eindhoven hung on to secure their place in the last eight of the competition.