Larissa 0 – Panathinaikos 1 (Greek Super League playoffs, May 20, 2009) Henk ten Cateâ€™s side remain in pole position to claim a Champions League berth winning thanks to Bryce Moon’s 68th minute bullet inside the box.
AEK Athens 3 – PAOK 1 (Greek Super League playoffs, May 20, 2009) Rafik Djebbour, Ismael Blanco and Nacho Scocco scored for AEK while PAOKâ€™s consolation goal came from Vladimir Ivic. PAOK had to play the second half with 10 men after a red card in the 45th minute for Olivier Sorlin.
Young Boys 2 – Sion 3 (Swiss Cup final, May 20, 2009) Young Boys, who had home advantage, led after a 22nd minute penalty by Yapo Gilles Yapi, and an own-goal in the 37th by Sion defender Jamal Alioui. But then Sion stage a superb comeback to win their 11th Swiss Cup, starting from when Goran Obradovic pulled a goal back four minutes before halftime. Sion levelled thanks to Stephane Sarni’s close-range volley seven minutes into the second half. Guilherme Afonso won the match in the 88th minute, running clear of the Young Boys defense to fire in a left-footer.
Brommapojkarna 0 – Hammarby 1 (Allsvenskan, May 20, 2009) Louay Chanko sowed up the points for Hammarby with a winner eight minutes from time.
FC Dordrecht 1 – Roda 1 (Eredivisie promotion/relegation play-offs first-leg, May 19, 2009) Pa-Modou Kah put Roda ahead after 72 minutes of their tie with Dordrecht, only for Moussa Kalisse to equalise three minutes from the end.
FC Zwolle 2 – Cambuur Leeuwarden 1 (Eredivisie promotion/relegation play-offs first-leg, May 19, 2009) Albert van der Haar (19) and Roel de Graaff (58) put the home side in control, while Koen Brack stole an 88th minute consolation for Cambuur.
Excelsior Rotterdam 1 – RKC Waalwijk 2 (Eredivisie promotion/relegation play-offs first-leg, May 19, 2009) Jeffrey Altheer broke the deadlock for Ton Lokhoff’s side on 63 minutes, but the game swung in favour of their opponents once Guyon Fernandez saw red six minutes from the end. Frank van Mosselveld grabbed a