Trabzonspor’s euro hopes torpedoed; Helsingborg win to keep lead in Swedish league; Hapoel win at Haifa to go joint top

Vitoria Guimaraes 2 – Belenenses 0 (Liga Sagres, April 26, 2010) Vitoria’s hopes of catching fourth placed Sporting Lisbon were kept alive by Andrezinho’s first half penalty and a second half header from Nuno Assis.

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Samara 1 – Amkar Perm 1 (Russian Premier League, April 26, 2010) Ruslan Adzhindzhal’s 10th minute header for Samara was cancelled out by Mitar Novakovic midway through the second period.

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Eskisehirspor 1 – Trabzonspor 0 (Super Lig, April 26, 2010) Trabzonspor’s European hopes took a massive nose-dive after they conceded a last minute goal, Umit Karan doing the damage with a bullet header.

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Mjallby 0 – Helsingborg 1 (Allsvenskan, April 26, 2010) Helsingborg scored in the 34th minute through Erik Sundin but had defender Joel Ekstrom sent off two minutes later.

Malmo 2 – Djurgarden 1 (Allsvenskan, April 26, 2010) Malmo missed a penalty but still beat Djurgarden 2-1 after two goals from Daniel Larsson.

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Randers 2 – FC Midtjylland 0 (SAS Ligaen, April 26, 2010) An early first half brace from Armenian forward Yura Movsisyan lead Randers to victory.

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Maccabi Haifa 0 – Hapoel Tel Aviv 1 (Ligat ha’Al, April 26, 2010) Former runaway Israeli leaders Maccabi Haifa saw their long established lead at the top disintegrate as Hapoel moved level courtesy of Maaran Lala’s crucial second half goal.