Bayern into quarters

LONDON (AP) German rivals Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen advanced into the UEFA Cup quarterfinals despite losing on Wednesday.

Munich lost 2-1 to visiting Anderlecht but moved past the 1983 winner thanks to last week’s 5-0 first-leg victory, while Leverkusen survived a 3-2 loss at Bundesliga rival Hamburger SV to go through on away goals.

The German pair will be joined in Friday’s draw for the next round by Zenit St. Petersburg, which beat Marseille 2-0, PSV Eindhoven, Everton and Getafe.

Tottenham coach Juande Ramos’ attempt at winning European club soccer’s second-tier tournament for an unprecedented third straight season was ended when PSV beat Spurs in a penalty shootout.

Four-time European champion Bayern was effectively through before taking to the field at Allianz Arena and moved further ahead in the ninth minute when defender Lucio headed a free-kick past the goalkeeper.

Serhat Akin beat the offside trap and put a low shot past Bayern’s reserve goalkeeper Michael Rensing for Anderlecht in the 20th, and Oleksandr Yakovenko made it 2-1 in the 35th after a mistake by defender Philipp Lahm. However, Bayern still sailed through easily.

Leverkusen held a 1-0 advantage from the first leg and twice led on Wednesday. Sergei Barbarez scored in the 18th before Hamburg’s Piotr Trochowski equalized in the 53rd.

Fanis Gekas put the visitors back ahead two minutes later with a low shot to the far post, but his team had a late scare when Paolo Guerrero made it 2-2 and then crossed to Rafael van der Vaart for a side-footed goal with 10 minutes left.

Tottenham and Everton both overcame first-leg deficits to force extra time before losing in penalty shootouts.

Spurs trailed 1-0 going into the game at PSV’s Philips Stadium and looked to be heading out until Dimitar Berbatov volleyed an 81st-minute cross by Pascal Chimbonda from the edge of the box past Brazilian goalkeeper Gomes.

PSV was leading 6-5 in the shootout when Chimbonda put Tottenham’s seventh kick wide of the post.

Everton rallied to 2-2 on aggregate against Fiorentina with goals by Andrew Johnson and Mikel Arteta, but Aiyegbeni Yakubu missed in the shootout and visiting goalkeeper Sebastian Frey then saved from Phil Jagielka to send the Italian side through 4-2 on penalties.