European Cup Night: Goals from Holland, Belgium, Portugal, Turkey, Russia & much more

Volendam 0 – Heereveen 2 (KNVB Beker, April 22, 2009) Viktor Elm put Heerenveen ahead early in the match and six minutes before time Pranjic settled the match when he beat goalkeeper Jeroen Verhoeven with a curling shot. Heereveen will meet Twente in the final.

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Lierse 1 – Racing Genk 4 (Agg. 3-6) (Beker van Belgie, April 22, 2009) A brace a piece from Tom De Mul and Stein Huysegems, including two goals in the final three minutes, set up a final between Genk and Mechelen.

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Amadora 2 – Porto 1 (Taca de Portugal, April 22, 2009) Ernesto Antonio Farias put Porto ahead at Amadora. But the hosts rallied, Varela headed in the equaliser before Goncalves Anselmo bundled in the second to complete the turnaround.

Nacional 2 – Pacos Ferreira 3 (Taca de Portugal, April 22, 2009) Pacos’s hero was Pedrinha who opened and closed the match with a brace of penalties. (First four goals here.)

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Besiktas 1 – Ankaraspor 2 (Agg. 4-3) (Turkish Cup, April 22, 2009) The Black Eagles progressed on aggregate thanks to their 3-1 win in Ankara last month. Roguy Meye (22) and Omer Aysan (81) struck for the visitors either side of Filip Holosko’s 35th minute equaliser.

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Lokomotiv Moscow 0 – CSKA Moscow 1 (Russian Cup, April 22, 2009) A goal from Tomas Necid was enough for CSKA to advance to the semis.

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Hapoel Kfar Saba 1 – Beitar Jerusalem 2 (Israel State Cup, April 22, 2009) Goals from Amit Ben Shushan and Barak Yitzhaki helped Beitar claim victory.

Ahi Nazareth 0 – Maccabi Haifa 4 (Israel State Cup, April 22, 2009)

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Elfsborg 1 – Malmo 0 (Allsvenskan, April 22, 2009) Jesper Floren headed Elfsborg into the lead over Malmo on the half hour.

Hacken 1 – Trelleborg 0 (Allsvenskan, April 22, 2009)

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Hajduk Split 5 – Croatia Sesvete 0 (1. HNL, April 22, 2009) The top versus bottom clash went to the form book, Senijad Ibricic putting Split on their way with a first half brace.

Dinamo Zagreb 2 – NK Zadar 0 (1. HNL, April 22, 2009)

Slaven Belupo 2 – Varteks 1 (1. HNL, April 22, 2009)