Ajax 3 – ADO Den Haag 0 (Eredivisie, September 27, 2009) A cracking shot from distance from Demy de Zeeuw fired Ajax into the lead over ADO Den Haag. Marko Pantelic tapped in number two in the 71st minute and youngster Siem de Jong completed the a last minute third.
Sparta 0 – Heerenveen 2 (Eredivisie, September 27, 2009) Viktor Elm’s penalty with 17 minutes to go sealed victory after Paulo Henrique had put Heerenveen in front late in the first half.
Groningen 1 – Vitesse 0 (Eredivisie, September 27, 2009) Groningen earned only their second win of the season as Danny Holla’s first-half free-kick gave them 1-0 victory over Vitesse Arnhem. Koen Van de Laak missed a late penalty for the hosts but it made no difference to the final result as Vitesse had already wasted a couple of good chances to equalise.
NEC 0 – Heracles 2 (Eredivisie, September 27, 2009) Everton headed the hosts in front in the ninth minute and their advantage was doubled in the 24th thanks to Bas Dost.
NAC Breda 0 – Feyenoord 2 (Eredivisie, September 27, 2009) Andwele Slory and Leroy Fer found the target for the Rotterdam club, with the second goal coming shortly after Landzaat had been given his marching orders.
Anderlecht 1 – Germinal Beerschot 0 (Jupiler League, September 27, 2009) Romelu Lukaku scored the decisive goal after 53 minutes with the hosts further aided by the sending off of substitute Victor Wanyama five minutes from the end.
Mouscron 1 – Club Brugge 1 (Jupiler League, September 27, 2009) Jaycee John opened the scoring for the hosts after 51 minutes, but the lead lasted just four minutes as Rostand Kouemaha found an equaliser.
Galatasaray 1 – Eskisehirspor 1 (Super Lig, September 27, 2009) Shabani Nonda opened the scoring after 38 minutes, but Mehmet Yilmaz equalised 11 minutes after half-time to deny Gala a seventh consecutive league win and leave them two points adrift of leaders Fenerbahce.
Denizlispor 1 – Manisaspor 1 (Super Lig, September 27, 2009) An 83rd-minute Darryl Roberts penalty secured Denizlispor a 1-1 draw with Manisaspor, who had opened the scoring through Josh Simpson after 69 minutes. Denizlispor had Adem Calik sent off in injury time.
Silkeborg 4 – Brondby 1 (SAS Ligaen, September 27, 2009) Two goals from Christian Holst and one each from Jim Larsen and Rajko Lekic put the home side in the driving seat with Jan Kristiansen netting Brondby’s reply.
Spartak Nalchik 1 – Rostov 0 (Russian Premier League, September 27, 2009)
AEK Athens 0 – Panathinaikos 1 (Greek Super League, September 27, 2009) A goal by Dimitris Salpingidis led Panathinaikos Athens to a 1-0 win over crosstown rival AEK that returned it to the top of the Greek league on Sunday. Pana maintained its perfect record after five rounds and leads defending champion Olympiakos by two points.
Asteras 2 – Levadiakos 1 (Greek Super League, September 27, 2009)
Ergotelis 4 – Panthrakikos 0 (Greek Super League, September 27, 2009)