Lazio beat Torino in the Coppa Italia; Donovan bags a brace as Bayern Munich hit five in a friendly

Mallorca 1 – Real Betis 0 (Copa Del Rey, January 22, 2009) Alhassane Keita grabbed the only goal of the game.

Athletic Bilbao 0 – Sporting Gijon 0 (Copa Del Rey, January 22, 2009) Bilbao’s Fernando Llorente missed a first half penalty as his side were held to a goalless home draw by Gijon in the first leg.

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Real Murcia 1 – Celta Vigo 0 (Segunda Division, January 21, 2009) The match was settled by one of the best strikes of the week from Murcia’s Bruno Herrera, smacking a wonderful 25-yarder that ripped into the net via the underside of the bar on the stroke of halftime.

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Lazio 3 – Torino 1 (Coppa Italia, January 22, 2009) Lazio came from a goal down scored by Cesare Natali, to win the match with second-half goals from Goran Pandev, Stefano Mauri (great strike) and Tomasso Rocchi.

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Reims 4 – Strasbourg 1 (Ligue 2, January 22, 2009) Matthieu Fontaine, Alexandre Barbier and Cedric Faure put the home side into a big lead, Simon Zenke pulled one back but Yann Kermorgant restored the three goal lead early in the second half.

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Mainz 0 – Bayern Munich 5 (Friendly, January 22, 2009) Jurgen Klinsmann’s side continued their good form of the winter break with a convincing win thanks to goals from Miroslav Klose, Luca Toni, Landon Donovan (great header), Bastian Schweinsteiger and then Donovan again.

Alicante 0 – Steaua Bucuresti 2 (Friendly, January 22, 2009) Goals from Pantelis Kapetanos and Alin Litu.

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AEK Athens 1 – Kerkyra 0 (Greek Cup, January 22, 2009) Ignacio Scocco lashed home the winner in the 90th minute.

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Brazil 2 – Bolivia 1 (U20 South American Championships, January 22, 2009) Brazil fell behind when Jehanmed Castedo fired home a rebound. But the Brazilians hit back in the 35th minute, Walter netting his second goal of teh tournament by finished off a well worked attacking move. Brazil’s eventual winner arrived in the 51st minute with a powerful finish from Tales De Souza.

Uruguay 3 – Chile 2 (U20 South American Championships, January 22, 2009) Tabare Viudez put the Uruguayans ahead in the very first minute, but Chile hit back almost immediately as Charles Aranguiz equalised four minutes later. A pulsating start then saw Chile take the lead when Boris Sagredo converted a penalty. Alejandro Pena levelled up matters just before the break (first half highlights here) and the Uruguayans stoke the points when Santiago Garcia made it 3-2 with 20 minutes to play.

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Egypt 2 – Ivory Coast 1 (African U20 Championships, January 22, 2009)