Chaves 1 – Beira Mar 1 (Liga Vitalis, March 4, 2010) The opener for Beira Mar from Elio was a brilliant back heel volley which trickled in off the post. Celemente equalised with a header that looped over the keeper.
Paulista FC 2 – Santos 3 (Campeonato Paulista, March 4, 2010) Barboza fired the home side into the lead on three minutes. Goals from Wesley and Henrique seemed to have put Santos in charge only for Julinho to equalise just before the hour mark. Robinho had the final word with twenty minutes to go, crashing home the winner off the bar.
Corinthians 1 – Botafogo-Ribeirao 1 (Campeonato Paulista, March 4, 2010)Â Dentinho put Corinthians in front on 70 minutes eight minutes later William equalised.
River Plate 1 – San Lorenzo 0 (Argentinean Clausura, March 4, 2010) River Plate claimed just their second victory of the Clausura season thanks to a solitary goal from Affrancinho.
Atletico Tucuman 1 – Newell’s Old Boys 1 (Argentinean Clausura, March 4, 2010) Newell’s had looked set for three points on their travels when Mauricio Sperdutti scored the game’s opening goal after 59 minutes but Juan Pereyra netted an 89th-minute equaliser.
Chacarita Juniors 0 – Gimnasia La Plata 1 (Argentinean Clausura, March 4, 2010) Gimnasia La Plata went sixth thanks to a 1-0 win away to Chacarita Juniors, with Hernan Encina grabbing the 86th-minute goal. Gimnasia prevailed despite having Sebastian Romero sent off in the first half.
Scotland 1 – Czech Republic 0 (International friendly, March 2, 2010) Scott Brown grabbed the only goal of the game against Czech Republic to hand the Scots their first friendly win at Hampden Park since victory over Australia back in 1996.
Wales 0 – Sweden 1 (International friendly, March 2, 2010) Ola Toivonen was unlucky to see his first half header ruled out for offside. Johan Elmander grabbed the only goal of the game, the Bolton striker chesting down a corner and volleying into the far corner to claim an impressive goal.
Malta 1 – Finland 2 (International friendly, March 2, 2010)