InterToto Cup Round-Up

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Marseille secured their place in the Intertoto Cup final with a 3-0 win over Lazio at Stade Velodrome to progress 4-1 on aggregate.

A devastating three goal blast in five minutes paved the way for Marseille to book a final spot with Newcastle's conquerors Deportivo La Coruna.

Summer signing Mamadou Niang netted the opener on the hour and Andres Mendoza doubled the lead two minutes later to stun Lazio.

Franck Ribery made sure of victory with a third on 65 minutes to keep Marseille's hopes alive of qualifying for Europe.

Romanian minnows CFR Cluj booked their place in the InterToto Cup final with a thumping 5-1 win over Zalgiris Vilnius.

Cluj, who have already beaten the likes of Athletic Bilbao and St Etienne in this season's competition, were in superb form to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the Uefa Cup.

Winning 2-1 from the first leg, the Romanians wasted no time in adding to their lead with Cosmin Tilinca firing them in front after just nine minutes.

Vasile Jula added a second from the penalty spot a minute before the break and Cristian Ambrozie Coroian made it 3-0 on 50 minutes.

Alin Minteuan grabbed a fourth just before the hour mark and Adrian Anca netted a fifth on 74 minutes.

Andrius Joksas pulled a goal back for Zalgiris six minutes from time, but it was little consolation for the visitors.

Lens stormed into the InterToto Cup final with an impressive 4-0 win over German outfit Wolfsburg.

After a goalless draw in the first leg, Lens broke the deadlock in the tie with summer signing Aruna Dindane finding the net two minutes before the break.

The French side put themselves in control of the tie with a second goal from Seydou Keita three minutes into the second half.

Lens wrapped up the victory with two goals in the last two minutes from Issam Jomaa and they will meet CFR Cluj in their final.

Hamburg cruised into the final with a 3-0 win over Czech Republic side Sigma Olomouc to progress 4-0 on aggregate.

Benjamin Lauth set Hamburg on their way with the opening goal on the half hour mark and summer signing Rafael Van der Vaart added a second on 56 minutes.

Lauth completed the scoring with his second and his side's third eight minutes from the end.

Hamburg will meet Valencia in their final after the Spaniards eased past Roda JC Kerkrade.

Winning 4-0 from the first leg, Valencia comfortably booked their place in the final with a goalless draw in Holland.