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ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Atletico Madrid settled for a 1-1 draw at Zenit St. Petersburg in the Champions League on Tuesday after conceding an own goal in the closing stages of their Group G match. Atletico, which had already qualified for the knockout stage, opened the scoring with a solo effort from Adrian Lopez in the 53rd minute -- only for Toby Alderweireld to head Igor Smolnikovs cross from the right into his own net in the 74th. Zenit dominated possession in the the first half but failed to convert its chances. Hulk tested Thibaut Courtois with a powerful shot from outside the box in the 14th minute, Zenits first effort on goal. Six minutes later, Zenit squandered a clearer chance when there was no-one in front of the visitors empty net to meet Smolnikovs cross from the right, while striker Alexander Kerzhakov came close to scoring after a cross by Hulk. Atletico created only one scoring opportunity in the first half, when Yuri Lodygin dived to his left to save Kokes half-volley one minute before the break. Zenit kept up the pressure after the break, with Hulk forcing Courtois to block his low left-foot shot from just outside the box in the 47th. Instead, the breakthrough came at the other end after Roman Shirokov failed to open the scoring with a weak shot in the box and Atletico launched a quick counter attack. Raul Garcia put Lopez through and the striker eluded defender Tomas Hubocan before beating Lodygin in a one-on-one -- slipping the ball between the keepers legs. The home side was gifted an equalizer after Smolnikov broke down the right flank and Alderweirelds header beat Courtois as it flew into the top left corner. Once level, the home side pushed for a winner in the final stages but never really came close, while Lodygin denied Garcia from close range. 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Southampton (LW-9) Still llooking for their first home victory of the season, Southampton threw everything they had at West Ham but were not able to come away with anything better than a 0-0 draw.dddddddddddd Rickie Lambert had two clear chances for his side but one hit the post and the other was well saved to protect the goose egg. 11. Cardiff City (LW-12) The Welsh side continued their mid-table existence with a 1-1 draw on the road against Hull City. Peter Whittingham evened the score for Cardiff to earn his side a hard fought road point. 12. West Ham (LW-10) Thanks to the keeping of Jussi Jaaskelainen, West Ham was able to escape Southampton with a point in a game in which they were pushed to the brink. Ravel Morrison made his first start for the Hammers and the 20-year-old showed promise they hope to cash in on going forward. 13. Swansea City (LW-14) What a game, or at least opening five minutes, it was for former Liverpool man and current Swan Jonjo Shelvey. 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