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Mar 14, 2013

Tottenham and Chelsea into last eight

Emmanuel Adebayor scored a decisive away goal on a night that so nearly ended in humiliation for Tottenham as they slipped to a 4-1 Europa League defeat at Inter Milan.

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Tottenham crushed Inter 3-0 in the first leg, but the Italian giants completely outclassed Andre Villas-Boas' shellshocked side in the first 90 minutes of this game.

Antonio Cassano put Inter ahead after 20 minutes and Rodrigo Palacio made it 2-0 after the break before William Gallas stabbed the ball into his own net to level the tie at 3-3 on aggregate.

Inter laid siege to the Spurs goal in the hunt for a killer fourth, but the visitors held on and Adebayor scored against the run of play in the first period of extra-time.

Inter scored again through Ricardo Alvarez to bring the tie level on aggregate at 4-4, but Adebayor's away goal was enough to see Spurs through to the last eight of the Europa League.

The match action was a thrilling advert for the often-derided competition, but reports of racist abuse from the home fans towards Adebayor have left a sour taste.

Fernando Torres fired Chelsea into the quarter-finals but also missed a penalty as last season's Champions League winners overcame Steaua Bucharest in the last-16 clash at Stamford Bridge to win 3-1 on the night.

Chelsea had to overturn a 1-0 first-leg deficit to progress and levelled the tie through Juan Mata after 33 minutes, only for Vlad Chiriches to score on the stroke of half-time when the Blues failed to clear a corner.

The away goal meant Chelsea needed to score twice to be included in Friday's last-eight draw and captain John Terry headed in after 58 minutes and Torres netted after 71 minutes to seal victory - before the Spaniard hit the bar with an 87th-minute penalty.

Papiss Cisse repeated his injury-time heroics to head Newcastle into the quarter-finals as ten-man Anzhi Makhachkala finally succumbed to a 1-0 loss.

The Senegal international, who fired the Magpies to a 2-1 Premier League win over Stoke on Sunday with a 92nd-minute strike, had to wait two minutes longer to power home Sylvain Marveaux's inviting cross with the final touch of an intriguing contest.

Ten-man Basel produced a desperate defensive display to lose 1-0 but book their place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League 2-1 on aggregate at the expense of a wasteful Zenit St Petersburg.

Basel goalkeeper Yann Sommer saved a late penalty from Roman Shirokov and the hosts hit a post and missed an open goal as they threw all they had at their opponents, but a tie-levelling second goal eluded them.

Trailing 2-0 from the first leg, Zenit halved the deficit after half an hour through Axel Witsel and things looked to be going their way when Basel had Marcelo Diaz sent off for two yellow cards just before half-time.

But the Swiss champions defended superbly after the break, limiting Zenit to just a handful of clear-cut chances to progress.

Benfica eased into the quarter-finals as they proved too strong for Bordeaux in the south of France to win 3-2.

With the comfort of a 1-0 lead from the first leg, the Portuguese withstood Bordeaux's early attacks before snatching a lead through Jardel's header.

Cheick Diabate gave the hosts a slither of hope with 16 minutes left but it was extinguished seconds later by Oscar Cardoza as Benfica made certain of the win.

The teams exchanged further goals in the dying seconds, with Jardel scoring an own goal before Cardoza replied instantly with Benfica's third.

Libor Kozak scored twice in the opening ten minutes and completed a hat-trick late on as Lazio turned on the style behind closed doors to reach the quarter-finals as they triumphed 3-1.

Armed with a 2-0 lead from the first leg in Germany, Lazio made an ideal start and left Stuttgart's hopes in tatters before they even had a chance to settle.

Tamas Hajnal pulled one back for Stuttgart just after the hour mark, but they needed five. Kozak's third killed off the hopes of even the most optimistic Swabian.

Two extra-time goals by Jose Rondon and Vladimir Dyadyun steered Rubin Kazan into the Europa League quarter-finals with a 2-0 victory over Levante in Moscow.

Rondon struck in the 99th minute for his fifth goal in the Europa League this season with substitute Dyadyun sealing victory with eight of the 30 extra minutes remaining after Levante had committed men to finding the equaliser which would have seen them through on away goals.

It had been a tight, tense tie which was played out in front of a sparse crowd that by the end of the night were shivering in the snow at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Substitute Salih Ucan was the hero as Fenerbahce did enough to squeeze into the quarter-finals with a home draw against Viktoria Plzen.

The Turkish side were 1-0 winners in the away leg, meaning today's result - secured after Ucan opened the scoring nine minutes after his injury-enforced introduction - was enough.

Vladimar Darida brought the Czech League leaders level just after the hour and David Limbersky hit the post in pursuit of a winner that never came.

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