Ince inspires Internazionale advance
Wednesday 04 December 1996
Paul Ince, the England midfield player, scored one of Internazionale's two goals as the Italian side cruised into last eight of the Uefa Cup with a 7-1 aggregate win after a 2-0 win over Boavista in their second-leg match in Oporto yesterday.
Youri Djorkaeff scored the first from the penalty after 12 minutes before Ince scored from close range after Ivan Zamorano's shot had been saved.
Brondby, the Danish side, join Internazionale in the last eight after produced an amazing turnaround, wiping out Karlsruhe's 3-1 victory in Denmark with a 5-0 success in Germany last night.
Karlsruhe seemed to be coasting until just before half-time. Ruben Bagger fired the Danes ahead in the 42nd minute and then Dan Eggen made it 2- 0 and 3-3 overall. This put Brondby ahead on away goals, but the Germans then conceded three more - two from Peter Moller and one by Marc Wilmont.
Another upset was Tenerife's 4-2 win over Feyenoord in Rotterdam.The sides drew 0-0 in the Canary Islands two weeks ago.
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