Krylya Sovietov 1 – Rubin Kazan 2 (Russian Premier League, July 11, 2009) Sergei Semak put the Russian champions in front only for Jan Koller to equalise. Aleksandr Bukharov claimed the winner just after the hour mark.
Terek Grozny 1 – CSKA Moscow 1 (Russian Premier League, July 11, 2009) Tomas Necid headed CSKA in front at the back post with 22 minutes to go, but two minutes later Panku equalised from the penalty spot.
Rostov 0 – Spartak Moscow 1 (Russian Premier League, July 11, 2009) Welliton netted the only goal of the game with 20 minutes remaining, latching onto a ball over the top and lifting his shot over the keeper and into the empty net.
Amkar Perm 3 – Dynamo Moscow 1 (Russian Premier League, July 11, 2009)
Kalmar 6 – Djurgarden 1 (Allsvenskan, July 11, 2009) The irrepressible Rasmus Elm claimed the opener with a quality free-kick, Matias Jonson equalised nine minutes before the break but the home side ran riot in the second half. Rasmus Elm claimed the second, Tobias Eriksson scored a brace, David Elm joined his brother on the scoresheet and Abiola Dauda wasÂ the final player to score.