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25 Aug 2010 ... I hope our back four bought the celebratory drinks for Markus and Pizza last night for saving their.18 Aug 2010 ... The tie of the round pits German side Werder Bremen against the 1992 winners of the competition, Italian side Sampdoria.

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GENOA, Italy (AP) — Claudio Pizarro scored in extra time on Tuesday to give Werder Bremen a return to the Champions League after a one-year absence despite a 3-2 loss to Sampdoria.
After falling behind 3-0, Bremen's Swedish forward Markus Rosenberg leveled the aggregate score at 4-4 with a low, angled shot from beyond the area three minutes into injury time.

Pizarro's goal came in the 100th minute with a low shot past Sampdoria's outstretched goalkeeper, Gianluca Curci. It gave Bremen a 5-4 aggregate victory.

Sampdoria was in control for 90 minutes on Tuesday but then lost its grip on the game.
Giampaolo Pazzini scored twice in a five-minute span early in the first half and fellow Italy forward Antonio Cassano added another with his heel in the 85th to give Sampdoria a 3-0 lead.
Sampdoria reached the 1992 European Cup final <emdash /> losing to Barcelona <emdash /> but has never played in the revamped Champions League.

Pazzini scored his first goal eight minutes in at Luigi Ferraris stadium, heading in at the far post after Antonio Cassano lifted a cross into the area.
In the 13th, Pazzini found the target again with a volley from the center of the area following a free-kick from the right flank.

Pazzini, who scored 19 goals in Serie A last season, celebrated with his signature move, holding two fingers up to his eyes. He nearly made it three but his header was cleared off the line by defender Per Mertesacker in the 40th minute.

An extra-time goal from Werder Bremen striker Claudio Pizarro against Sampdoria at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa in their second leg Champions League play-off tie saw the Bundesliga club progress to the group stage of Europe's most prestigious competition 5-4 on aggregate despite losing the second-leg 3-2.

It had finished 3-1 after 90 minutes with Markus Rosenberg scoring in the third minute of injury time to take the tie to extra-time. Giampaolo Pazzini had netted twice in the first half and Antonio Cassano had found the target on 85 minutes for the Italians.

Lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation with Claudio Pizarro playing just behind Sandro Wagner, Bremen crafted the first chance of the match when Torsten Frings whipped in a cross into the Sampdoria box but Gianluca Curci claimed it easily. Minutes later Sebastian Prodl tried to turn in Frings’ corner but it went just wide of the near post.

However, the hosts, who themselves started in a 4-4-2 system with Antonio Cassano and Pazzini as the two strikers upfront, created their first chance in the seventh minute when Stefano Guberti found Franco Semioli on the right who then sliced a ball into the Werder box only for Cassano to hit it over the crossbar.

However, a minute later the Blucerchiati did find the target when Cassano’s cross at the far post was headed in by Pazzini after he had got behind Petri Pasanen.

Pazzini scored his second of the night just five minutes later on 13 minutes when he volleyed Marius Stankevicius’ free-kick from the right superbly into the net.

Werder were then forced to chase the tie as they were going out on the away goals rule and they asked questions of the Samp defence in the 22nd minute but to no avail. Samp continued to sustain pressure on the visitors with Cassano being denied by Tim Wiese a minute before the half-hour mark and a couple of minutes later Pazzini tried to score his third but failed.

The 26-year-old had a great chance to net his hat-trick in the 39th minute when he headed a Semioli corner at the far post but Clemens Fritz cleared it off the line to keep it 2-0 to Blucerchiati at the break.

Pazz the way to do it | Pazzini proved his striking prowess with clinical brace

The second half was a much more even but equally entertaining affair as both sides decided to play free-flowing, attacking football.

Werder created their first chance of the second session in the 47th minute when Marko Marin crossed the ball for Pizarro at the back post but the Peruvian striker couldn’t get his header past Curci.

Five minutes later Massimo Volta cut short a Pasanen chip aimed at Wagner and Samp broke away but couldn’t capitalise on the counter-attack.

The hosts could have made it 3-0 on 57 minutes when Reto Ziegler’s aim on goal was cleared by Pasanen which eventually found its way to Cassano but his attempt was saved by Wiese.

However, thereafter Werder started to impose themselves on the match and started to make more and more movements into the Sampdoria penalty box, but failed to find the final ball. Per Mertesacker’s header from a Werder corner went just wide in the 67th minute and then Philipp Bargfrede came close twice.

The Genoese club eventually found their third goal of the tie on 85 minutes and it was Cassano who struck it. Daniele Mannini’s low cross from the right was backheeled into the Werder goal from just yards out.

But three minutes into injury time Markus Rosenberg made it 3-1 with a great right-footed strike to make it 4-4 on aggregate and take the match to extra-time.

Bremen continued to press on in extra-time and could have scored in the very first minute itself when Marin skipped past Stankevicius and stuck the crossbar with a right-footed strike.  Four minutes later Rosenborg's volley was blocked by Stankevicius.

However, the Bundesliga club scored their third goal of the evening on 100 minutes when Pizarro found the bottom corner of the Sampdoria goal with a right-footed stunner. That made it 3-2 in the second leg, meaning that Samp had to score twice to progress to the group stage of the Champions League.

But the Genoese club failed to inspire themselves and it will be Werder who will now be among the 32 elite club teams in Europe's top competition in 2010-11.


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