Manchester United 2 – Wigan 1 (Barclays Premier Reserve League, September 3, 2009) The Latics took the lead through a penalty from Polish youngster Tomasz Cywka but United hit back seven minutes before the break with a goal from Anderson (both first-half goals here). Early in the second half the Red Devils reserves went ahead as Magnus Eikrem finished after good work from Josh King.
Birmingham 0 – Arsenal 4 (Barclays Premier Reserve League, September 1, 2009) Goals from Gilles Sunu, Craig Eastmond and a brace from Sanchez Watt gave the Gunners a comfortable victory.
Boca Juniors 1 – Newell’s Old Boys 1 (Argentinean Apertura, September 3, 2009) Lucas Viatri fired Boca ahead just before the hour mark, Leonel Vangioni equalised with a powerful shot into the roof of the net nine minutes later.
Huracan 0 – Atletico Tucuman 2 (Argentinean Apertura, September 3, 2009)
Independiente 2 – Godoy Cruz 0 (Argentinean Apertura, September 3, 2009)
Melbourne Victory 1 – Newcastle Jets 1 (A-League, September 3, 2009) Archie Thompson’s 42nd minute strike, his third in as many games, looked to have earned the defending A-League champions a second win of the season. The Jets punished that missed Melbourne chances late on as Labinot Haliti levelled with a close-range header from Tarek Elrich’s looping cross.