Cacau at the double as Germany ease past Malta in pre-World Cup friendly; Salzburg pip Austria Vienna to the title

Germany 3 – Malta 0 (International friendly, May 13, 2010) Cacau opened the scoring with a well placed header on 15 minutes. The second was also scored by the Stuttgart striker who is now out of contract from a Podolski pull back on the hour. Seconds later Jogi Low’s side claimed the third thanks to some poor defending from Malta, Kenneth Scicluna eventually slammed the ball into his own net.

Mexico 1 – Angola 0 (International friendly, May 13, 2010) The solitary goal came from Andres Guardado who saw his initial left foot volley saved before firing home with his right.

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Nurnberg 1 – Augsburg 0 (Bundesliga play-off first leg, May 13, 2010) Christian Eigler’s 85th minute goal gave Nurnberg a slender advantage.

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Sturm Graz 0 – Red Bull Salzburg 2 (T-Mobile Bundesliga, May 13, 2010) Quick fire goals from Simon Cziommer and in-form forward Roman Wallner saw Salzburg win the title for the second consecutive season.

Austria Vienna 2 – Ried 0 (T-Mobile Bundesliga, May 13, 2010) Tomas Jun’s second half double saw Austria Vienna end the season in second as the Austrian title race was forced into a photo finish.

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Dinamo Zagreb 1 – Karlovac 1 (Croatia 1. Division, May 13, 2010) A near post header from Matija Stefancic squeezed into the near post to put Karlovac in front. Andrej Kramaric sidefooted home the equaliser.

Croatia Sesvete 2 – Hajduk Split 5 (Croatia 1. Division, May 13, 2010) Senijad Ibricic was the star of the show with a hat-trick for Hajduk.

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IFK Gothenburg 0 – Orebro 0 (Allsvenskan, May 13, 2010)

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Zamalek 4 – Asyut Petroleum 1 (Egyptian Premier League, May 13, 2010) An og from Mashoor Ahmed set Zamalek on their way. Four minutes later Shikabala doubled the lead. Hossam Osama pulled one back only for further first half goals from Ahmed Jafar and Shikabala to complete the win.

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Internacional 1 – Estudiantes 0 (Copa Libertadores, May 13, 2010) A late goal from Gonzalo Sorondo put the Brazilian side in a fine position to knock the holders out in the second leg.