Amkar Perm 1 – Spartak Nalchik 2 (Russian Super League, August 31, 2009) Shamil Asildarov struck in the 20th and 50th minutes before Predrag Sikimic grabbed a late consolation for the home side. It was only Nalchik’s third win of the season, although not enough to lift them out of the bottom two.
Rosenborg 4 – Lyn 1 (Tippeligaen, August 31, 2009) Rade Prica opened his account after 62 minutes to put the hosts 2-0 ahead after Steffen Iversen fired Rosenborg ahead from the penalty spot. A spot-kick converted by Davy Angan midway through the second period brought bottom side Oslo back into contention but Prica struck twice more in the final ten minutes to seal the three points.
Lillestrom 1 – Stabaek 2 (Tippeligaen, August 31, 2009)
Brommapojkarna 1 – Orgryte 2 (Allsvenskan, August 31, 2009) Marcus Allback put visitors Orgryte ahead in the 43rd minute, and Alvaro Dos Santos grabbed a winner five minutes from time after Dalil Benyahia had pulled the home side level.
GAIS 1 – Djurgaarden 1 (Allsvenskan, August 31, 2009) GAIS went ahead when Richard Spong netted after 16 minutes, but Daniel Sjolund scored an equaliser five minutes later.
Orebro 2 – Gefle 0 (Allsvenskan, August 31, 2009) Orebro secured a 2-0 home win over Gefle thanks to two goals in quick succession during the second half. Magnus Wikstron put Orebro after 60 minutes, and Munoz Adriano doubled the lead three minutes later.
Malmo 0 – Helsingborg 0 (Allsvenskan, August 31, 2009)
Dynamo Kiev 3 – Metalurg Donetsk 1 (Ukraine Premier Liga, August 31, 2009) Milos Ninkovic put the home side in front, Ciprian Tanase equalised only for Andrei Yarmolenko to score from close range to give Dynamo the lead again. Late on Andrey Shevchenko scored from the penalty spot after he was fouled to mark his return to the club he grew up at.