Derby 2 – Wolves 3 (Championship, April 13, 2009) Andy Keogh cracked in a fine first-time shot to give Wolves the lead, only for Przemyslaw Kazmierczak to draw the Rams level a superb 25-yard free-kick. Mile Sterjovski then completed Derby’s turnaround, Matthew Jarvis levelling from close range after great work by Kyel Reid for the visitors. Andy Keogh’s diving header from a Harewood cross secured the points and put Wolves six-points clear at the top of the Championship.
Norwich 2 – Watford 0 (Championship, April 13, 2009) The Canaries took the lead early doors when Watford youngster Danny Rose lobbed his keeper with a bizarre long-range own goal after trying to make a tackle outside the box. A late header from skipper Gary “the Doc” Doherty sealed the victory which took Norwich out of the relegation zone on goal difference with three games remaining.
Leicester 1 – Leeds 0 (League One, April 13, 2009) A last-minute header from Steve Howard handed the Foxes a hard-fought win over Leeds to put Nigel Pearson’s men within touching distance of an immediate return to the Championship.
A round up of all the goals from last weekend’s action in Scotland’s SPL can be seen here.
Trofense 1 – Nacional 2 (Superliga, April 13, 2009) The leading scorer in Portugal, Nacional’s Nene, ended his dry spell with a brace to hand Nacional victory over Trofense. Hugo Leal got a late consolation goal for the home team. The win lifts the Madeira club to fourth place.
Gais 1 – Helsingborg 4 (Allsvenskan, April 13, 2009) Rasmus Jonsson’s opener for the visitors was cancelled out by Tommy Lycen fine strike from distance in the 33rd minute. Back came Helsingborg as Erik Sundin tucked in the second from close range before Rene Makondele added a third on the hour leaving Henrik Larsson to start and finish the move for the fourth.
Malmo FF 3 – Orgryte 0 (Allsvenskan, April 13, 2009) Second half goals from Labinot Harbuzi and a late brace from substitute Agon Mehmeti earned Malmo the points.
Kalmar 0 – AIK Stockholm 1 (Allsvenskan, April 13, 2009) Mauro Ivan Obole slide hom ethe only goal of the match after 12 minutes.
Beitar Jerusalem 2 – Bnei Yehuda 2 (Ligat ha’Al, April 13, 2009)