Standard Liege 2 – Lierse 1 (Beker van Belgie, October 27, 2009)
Panserraikos 3 – Olympiakos 1 (Greek Cup, October 27, 2009) Zico’s Olympiakos crashed out of the Greek Cup at the hands of second-division club Panserraikos. Panserraikos scored through Leozinho (17), Stephanos Athanasiadis (52) and a Lucas Rimoldi penalty (83). Olympiakos pulled a goal back through Costas Mitroglou in the 62nd.
Vitoria Guimaraes 1 – Sporting Lisbon 1 (Carlsberg Cup, October 27, 2009) In a hard-fought match an 82nd minute strike from Matias Fernandez seemed to have given Sporting a much needed victory. But Rui Miguel’s powerful drive in the dying seconds earned the hosts a share of the points.
Belenenses 1 – Gil Vicente 1 (Carlsberg Cup, October 27, 2009) Lopes Lima’s opener on the half hour for the hosts was cancelled out by Rui Pedro midway through the second half.
Bytovia II Bytow 0 – Wisla Krakow 2 (Puchar Polski, October 27, 2009) Goals in each half from Piotr Cwielong and Wojciech Lobodzinski sent Wisla through to the next round of the cup.
Dolcan Zabki 3 – Korona Kielce 4 (AET) (Puchar Polski, October 27, 2009) A thrilling ding-dong battle was settled by Dariusz Latka’s 109th minute winner.
Kalmar 5 – Malmo 4 (Allsvenskan, October 27, 2009) Ricardo Santos had given the hosts an early lead but Malmo hit back withÂ a braceÂ from Daniel LarssonÂ and anÂ Edward Ofere effort. Abiloa Dauda and Daniel Sobralense brought Kalmar back on level terms, but Ofere struck once more toÂ put Malmo in the driving seat. Sobralense evened things up five minutes from time before Dauda sealed an unlikelyÂ victory in the dying seconds.
IFK Gothenburg 2 – Halmstad 2 (Allsvenskan, October 27, 2009) IFK were trailing at the interval to first half goals from Emir Kujovic and Jonas Saevarsson, butÂ a Tobias Hysen doubleÂ in the 53rd and 77th minutes rescued a point for IFK. They return to the top of the table on goal difference, though nearest challengers AIK have a game in hand with just one round remaining.