InterToto Cup round-up
By James Pearson. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund's hopes of qualifying for this year's Uefa Cup are over following a 2-1 home defeat to Racing Genk.
The Westfalenstadion outfit went into the game in control following a 1-0 win in Belgium, however surrendered control in the return leg.
Igor De Camargo was the hero for Genk netting twice, and while Dede (pictured) scored, Borussia crashed out on away goals.
Hamburg booked their semi-final place following a 3-1 home win over FC Thun.
The German side only drew 2-2 in the first leg, although they did have the advantage of two goals away from home.
A brace from Bernardo Romeo with a Emile Mpenza strike in between doing the damage for Hamburg, with Adrian Moser netting a late consolation.
Atletico Madrid survived a massive scare to advance into the semi-finals of the InterToto Cup.
The La Liga outfit carried a 4-2 advantage from their win over FC Zlin in the Czech Republic but were undone at home.
Vladimir Malar opened the scoring for the visitors after 12 minutes and the home fans were on edge late on when Zdenek Kroca netted late on.
Despite the massive scare Atletico survived to progress thanks to the away goals rule, following a 4-4 aggregate score.
Lille edged into the semi-finals of the tournament thanks to Matt Moussilou's brace in a 2-2 draw against Dinamo Minsk.
The French outfit took a one-goal advantage into the contest, but fell behind thanks to Andrei Razin's opener just after the half hour mark.
Both sides traded goals with Razin levelling the aggregate score after 50 minutes before Moussilou's second settled the tie.
Ambitious German outfit Schalke breezed into the semi-finals of the InterToto following a 2-1 away win over Vardar Skopje.
The Arena AufSchalke side brought a five-goal advantage into the second leg and early efforts from Christian Pander and Ebbe Sand put paid to any hopes of a comeback.
Wander Dos Santos did pull one back late on, but it was no more than a consolation for the home support.
Cork City came close to sending France giants Nantes out of the InterToto before Le Championnat side prevailed.
Kevin Doyle's early strike meant the Republic of Ireland side were just one goal away from a famous win.
However, Gregory Pujol's late goal broke the hearts of the home fans, who saw their side battle bravely throughout.
A second half strike from Roger was enough to help Villarreal progress in the InterToto Cup.
Roman Pavlyuchenko opened the scoring for Spartak Moscow, however Sonny Anderson levelled at one apiece.
Pavlyuchenko's second brought the aggregate score level at 2-2, however Roger's effort settled the contest.
Filip Holosko's extra-time strike was enough to eliminate Dutch side Roda from this year's competition.
Cristiano's sixth minute effort brought Roda level with Liberec, however it was not to be for De Eredivisie side.
Esbjerg coasted into the semi-finals of the InterToto Cup following a convincing 4-0 home win over Vetra Vilnius thanks mainly to a hat-trick from Frederik Berglund.
A solitary goal from OFK Belgrade's Marko Basa was enough to lift the side into the semis of the tournament.
Tampere United needed to score away from home following a goalless first leg, but failed to trouble the scoreboard operator.
Portuguese side Uniao Leiria built on their 4-1 away success over Shinnik with a 2-1 win over the Russian outfit.
Third round, second leg results:
Dinamo Minsk 2 Lille 2 (Agg 3-4)
Borussia Dortmund 1 Genk 2 (Agg 2-2) Genk win on Away Goals Rule
Esbjerg 4 Veta Vilnius 0 (Agg 5-1)
Spartak Moscow 2 Villarreal 2 (Agg 2-3)
Vardar Skopje 1 Schalke 2 (Agg 1-7)
Roda 1 Liberec 1 (Agg 1-2) After extra time
OFK Belgrade 1 Tampere United 0 (Agg 1-0)
Hamburg 3 FC Thun 1 (Agg 5-3)
Cork City 1 Nantes 1 (Agg 2-4)
Atletico Madrid 0 FC Zlin 2 (Agg 4-4)
Uniao Leiria 2 Shinnik Yaroslavl 1 (Agg 6-2)