UEFA Cup, quarter finals, second leg
Spain will have three sides in the semi-finals after all won through their second leg matches.
Sevilla kept on track to become only the second side in the history of the tournament to win the trophy two seasons in a row after drawing 2-2 at Tottenham Hotspur. Within eight minutes the Andalusians were already two up, Malbranque scoring in his own net and Kanouté picking up a return pass from Kerzhakov to score against his old club. But Spurs came back with two in a minute from Defoe and Lennon midway through the second half to set up an exciting finish.
Osasuna already had one foot in the semi-finals after their three goal victory at Bayer Leverkusen in the first leg, and a second half strike from Juanlu after Adler could only push out Soldado's shot wrapped things up. The Pamplona based will meet Sevilla in the next round, ensuring at least one Spanish club in next month's final in Glasgow.
Espanyol will play Werder Bremen in the other semi-final after a nail-biting 0-0 draw at Benfica. The Portuguese side only need a single goal victory to go through, and although Pandiani hit the post early on, Valverde's side only survived thanks to some excellent goalkeeping by Gorka together with bad fortune for the locals, who rattled the woodwork twice after the break. (12.04.07)