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  Uefa cup: Fulham win first round match
Updated 19 September 2002, 22.12
Fulham's Steed Malbranque celebrates his goal
Hadjuk Split 0-1 Fulham

A first-half goal from Steed Malbranque gave Fulham an early victory against Hadjuk Split in the first round of the Uefa Cup.

The Frenchman scored after 51 minutes in Croatia, despite some good play from the opposition.

The result was particularly good as Fulham were missing striker Louis Saha and winger Luis Boa Morte, who are both injured.

Chelsea 2-1 Viking Stavanger

Hasselbaink celebrates with team mate Eidur Gudjohnsen
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Enrique de Lucas put Chelsea in the lead in their match against Viking.

But a last-minute goal from Ben Wright made it a less impressive win for The Blues at Stamford Bridge.

Leeds 1-0 Metalurg Zaporizhzhya

Leeds came out on top at Elland Road thanks to Michael Bridges.

Bridges, who came off the bench after his injury nightmare, set up Alan Smith, who scored the only goal of the match for United after 80 minutes.

Bridges has been out of action since October 2000 after an injury, but proved he is back on form.

Celtic 8-1 Sudova

Joos Valgaeren scores the eighth goal for Celtic
Celtic made light work of the Lithuanian side with an impressive 8-1 victory.

They played so well they didn't even feel the loss of Momo Sylla and played out the game with only 10 men.

Other results:

Blackburn 1-1 CSKA Sofia

Sturm Graz 5-2 Livingston

Ipswich 1-1 Sartid Smederevo



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