Goals from Russia, Sweden (where Henrik Larsson scored), Austria, Croatia & more

CSKA Moscow 1 – Spartak Moscow 2 (Russian Premier League, July 26, 2009) Deividas Semberas fired the hosts in a 12th minute, Alex equalised with a stunning free-kick ten minutes later and the Spartak playmaker bagged his brace midway through the second half from the spot.

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Helsingborg 2 – Gefle 0 (Allsvenskan, July 26, 2009) Helsingborgs are third after a 2-nil win over Gefle, Henrik Larsson and Marcus Lantz grabbing the goals.

Elfsborg 3 – Djurgarden 1 (Allsvenskan, July 26, 2009) Elfsborg won the match with three goal in teh final ten minutes from Avdic, Nordmark and a Gustafsson own goal.

Trelleborg 2 – IFK Gothenburg 1 (Allsvenskan, July 26, 2009) Gustav Svensson gave the visitors the lead after only two minutes but Andreas Drugge and Andreas Whilborg won it for Trelleborg in the second half.

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Mattersburg 2 – Rapid Vienna 1 (T-Mobile Bundesliga, July 26, 2009) Robert Waltner netted the winner after Rapid – who were down to nine men at the time – had cancelled out Michael Morz’s spot-kick opener with a goal from Markus Heikkinen.

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DVTK Borsodi 1 – Debrecen 0 (Borsodi Liga, July 25, 2009) A 94th minute penalty from Akos Lippai ensured Debrecen walked away from the match with nothing.

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Illitchivets Mariupol 0 – Shakhtar Donetsk 2 (Ukrainian Premier League, July 25, 2009) Luiz Adriano’s brace earned Shakhtar victory.

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Dinamo Zagreb 7 – NK Istra 1961 1 (1. HNL, July 25, 2009)

Croatia Sesvete 1 – HNK Sibenik 2 (1. HNL, July 25, 2009)

NK Zadar 0 – Cibalia Vinkovci 3 (1. HNL, July 25, 2009)

Medimurje 1 – Karlovac 1 (1. HNL, July 25, 2009)