AZ Alkmaar 5 – Spakenburg 2 (AET) (KNVB Beker, October 28, 2009) Thijs Houwing fired the amateurs in front after six minutes, but goals from Pontus Wernbloom and Stijn Schaars looked to have sent AZ through until Christy Bonevacia’s last-minute equaliser took the match beyond the 90 minutes. Ronald Koeman’s men then came to life with strikes from Wernbloom, Nick van der Velden and Mounir El Hamdaoui.
Galatasaray 2 – Bucaspor 1 (Turkiye Kupasi, October 28, 2009)
Eordaikos 0 – Panathinaikos 3 (Greek Cup, October 28, 2009) A first half double, including an overhead-kick, from Ante Rukavina and a superb Sotiris Ninis free-kick sealed Pana’s victory.
AIK Stockholm 1 – Orebro 1 (Allsvenskan, October 28, 2009) Martin Kayongo put AIK in front after 57 minutes against Orebro, who equalised when goalkeeper Daniel Orlund turned into his own net after 70 minutes.
Orgryte 1 – Elfsborg 1 (Allsvenskan, October 28, 2009) Elfsborg, for their part, lie in third place after a 1-1 draw at Orgryte, the hosts’ Pavel Zavadil scoring after 83 minutes to cancel out James Keene’s first-half opener.
Trelleborg 4 – Hammarby 2 (Allsvenskan, October 28, 2009) Trelleborg beat bottom club Hammarby 4-2, with Fredrik Jensen, Kristian Haynes, Magnus Andersson and Joakim Sjohage all on target. The result sees Hammarby relegated from the top flight, with the Stockholm club now four points from safety.
Hajduk Split 5 – Moslavina 1 (Croatian Cup, October 28, 2009)
Vinogradar 1 – Dinamo Zagreb 4 (Croatian Cup, October 28, 2009)
FC Zurich 2 – FC Basel 2 (Swiss Super League, October 28, 2009) Basel fell behind eight minutes after the break through Onyekachi Okonkwo, but turned the game round courtesy of strikes from Benjamin Huggel (61) and Valentin Stocker (63). But Milan Gajic, who had been on the pitch only a minute, levelled four minutes from time, meaning Basel could narrow the gap between themselves and Young Boys to only six points.
St. Gallen 1 – Grasshoppers 0 (Swiss Super League, October 28, 2009) Mario Frick’s goal gave St Gallen a 1-0 win over Grasshoppers.
Shakhtar Donetsk 2 – Dynamo Kiev 0 (Ukrainian Cup, October 28, 2009)