Carlisle 2 – Leeds 3 (Agg. 4-4) (Pens. 6-5) (Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, February 9, 2010) The hosts were 2-1 up from the first leg and Adam Clayton increased their lead before Robert Snodgrass replied. Kevan Hurst put Carlisle back in front but Jason Crowe and Mike Grella scored for The Whites to take the game to penalties. Leeds’ Bradley Johnson and Carlisle’s Richard Keogh both missed before Adam Collin denied Shane Lowry to win it, however the match was marred at full-time as Leeds alleged that several of their players were attacked by Carlisle fans in the post-match celebrations.
Racing Santander 3 – Atletico Madrid 2 (Copa del Rey, February 12, 2010) (Agg. 3-6) The home side started to dream in the second minute when an own goal from Juan Valera reduced the first leg deficit. Another og from Jose Moraton levelled the match on the night on eight minutes. Jose Jurado put Atletico in front at the start of the second half but late goals from Xisco and Mohamed Tchite gave the home side the second leg victory.
Bursaspor 3 – Fenerbahce 1 (Turkiye Kupasi, February 12, 2010) (Agg. 3-4) Leonardo Iglesis put the home side in front on 18 minutes. Dimitar Ivankov converted a penalty just after theÂ half hour. Turgey Bahadir levelled theÂ tieÂ in the second half only for Dani Guiza to send Fener through in the 90th minute.
Estudiantes 5 – Juan Aurich 1 (Copa Libertadores, February 12, 2010) The holders of the Copa Libertadores opened the defence of their title in style. Mauro Boselli claimed a hat-trick, Luis Tejada had opened the scoring for the Peruvian side. German Re and Leandro Gonzalez also scored for Estudiantes.
Cerro Porteno 1 – Independiente Medellin 1 (Copa Libertadores, February 12, 2010) Felipe Pardo put Independiente in front, but Cesar Ramirez equalised for Cerro Porteno.
Blooming 1 – Universitario Peru 2 (Copa Libertadores, February 12, 2010)
Nacional 3 – Dep. Cuenca 2 (Copa Libertadores, February 12, 2010)
Steaua Bucharest 2 – BATE Borisov 0 (Friendly, February 12, 2010)