Trabzonspor 4 – Kayserispor 1 (Super Lig, May 2, 2009) Umut Bulut put the hosts ahead after 5 minutes from the spot before Trabzonspor netted a hysterical second much to the expense of visiting keeper Souleymanou Hamido. Cangele pulled a goal back from the spot before the break but further goals from Gustavo Colman and Gokhan Unal sealed the match in the hosts favour.
AEK Athens 4 – Olympiakos 4* (Pens. 14-15) (Greek Cup Final, May 2, 2009) Olympiakos’ dream of a domestic double were smashed to pieces in the opening eight minutes of the cup final with AEK, Ivan Blanco heading home the opener for the Athens outfit after just four minutes with Blanco grabbing a second four minutes later. Once again Matt Derbyshire found himself the hero for Olympiakos, the Englishman turning home a short corner routine at the start of the second half. Dudu equalised for the champions 20 minutes from time bundling home the home after a set-piece. In an amazing injury time at the end of the 90 minutes Scocco fired AEK back into the lead only for Matt Derbyshire to again pop up with an incredible 95th minute equaliser to send the final into extra time. Luciano Galletti fired Olympiakos into a 102nd minute lead, the goal-scorer ripping off his shirt and vest in celebration and picking up a stupid second yellow in the process. Panagapoulos was soon also sent off for Olympiakos and, playing against 9-men, Scocco found his second of the game – a fluke mishit – to draw AEK level. A mammoth match ended with a mammoth shoot-out that Olympiakos incredibly won 15-14.
Nacional 3 – Benfica 1 (Superliga, May 2, 2009) Nacional opened up a two-goal lead through Anderson Miguel Nene and Ruben Micael. Jose Antonio Reyes then got one back for Benfica with more than 20 minutes to play but any hopes of a comeback were extinguished by Miguel Fidalgo’s late strike.
Academica Coimbra 0 – Sporting Lisbon 0 (Superliga, May 2, 2009)
Zulte-Waregem 0 – Standard Liege 0 (Jupiler League, May 2, 2009) Standard were held to a potentially fatal draw in the race for the championship at Zulte, Anderlecht are now a point behind Standard with a game in hand.
Mouscron 3 – Germinal Beerschot 1 (Jupiler League, May 2, 2009) Goals from Walter Baseggio, Jaycee John and Bassalia Sakanoko saw Excelsior Mouscron to a win over Germinal Beerschot.
KV Mechelen 2 – Charleroi 1 (Jupiler League, May 2, 2009) A Bjorn Vleminckx double earned KV Mechelen a 2-1 triumph over Charleroi.
Gent 2 – Cercle Bruges 1 (Jupiler League, May 2, 2009) M’Baye Leye scored the decisive goal in the 61st minute after Tony Sergeant had cancelled out Bryan Ruiz’s penalty for Cercle.
Spartak Moscow 0 – Dynamo Moscow 2 (Russian Premier League, May 2, 2009) In the Moscow derby between Spartak and Dynamo, it was the visitors who struck first as Leandro Fernandez swept the ball home from a corner after 27 minutes. Aleksandr Kokorin doubled the score in the 90th minute.
OFK Belgrade 1 – Red Star Belgrade 1 (1. HNL, May 2, 2009)
Legia Warsaw 1 – LKS Lodz 0 (Ekstraklasa, May 2, 2009)
Belchatow 3 – Polonia Bytom 1 (Ekstraklasa, May 1, 2009)
Vejle 1 – Brondby 3 (SAS Ligaen, May 2, 2009)