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Sevilla FC's bid to become only the second team to retain the UEFA Cup survived a spirited fightback from Tottenham Hotspur FC as the Spanish side surrendered a two-goal lead on the night but held on to win 4-3 on aggregate.
Defending a 2-1 first-leg advantage, the holders looked on course to reach the last four again as they struck twice inside the first eight minutes in north London, a Steed Malbranque own goal and a well-worked second from former Tottenham forward Frédéric Kanouté seemingly ending the English club's hopes. Two goals in two minutes midway through the second half, from substitute Jermain Defoe and Aaron Lennon, reignited the contest, yet Sevilla resisted and Spurs' misery was complete when Teemu Tainio was sent off late on. Sevilla will play CA Osasuna in the semi-finals.
Werder Bremen reached the UEFA Cup semi-finals in style after a Miroslav Klose double and further goals by Tim Borowski and Diego gave the Bundesliga side an emphatic 4-1 home win against AZ Alkmaar. Visitors AZ had been hoping to celebrate their 50th match in continental competition by reaching the last four and when Moussa Dembélé levelled the tie on aggregate by cancelling out Borowski's opener, qualification seemed a distinct possibility. However, Bremen ultimately proved too strong for Louis van Gaal's team who must wait for next season before adding the next chapter in their European adventures.
RCD Espanyol withstood a barrage of second-half pressure from SL Benfica to claim a goalless draw in Lisbon and book their place in the UEFA Cup semi-finals. Leading 3-2 from the first leg, Espanyol produced a resolute defensive display to eliminate the two-time European champions and maintain their hopes of claiming a first continental prize. After a quiet opening period, Benfica sprung to life and created enough chances to run out comfortable winners, but Nuno Gomes was foiled by a wonder save from Gorka Iraizoz and the woodwork denied both Fabrizio Miccoli and Rui Costa as the Spanish team hung on to set up a semi-final meeting with Werder Bremen.
CA Osasuna sealed a place in the UEFA Cup semi-finals for the first time in their history with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Bayer 04 Leverkusen. José Ángel Ziganda's team rode their luck at times but Juanlu Gómez's second-half goal made the aggregate score 4-0 and ensured there will be a Spanish presence in next month's final in Glasgow; Osasuna will meet Primera División rivals Sevilla FC in the last four.