Sporting Lisbon 3 – Olhanense 2 (Liga Sagres, September 21, 2009) The home side were stunned in the opening twenty minutes thanks to a header from Rabiola and an excellent long range strike from Andre Castro. The home side hit back late in the half and equalised through Daniel Carrico and Joao Moutinho (penalty). Four minutes from time Simon Vukcevic wrapped up the win with a powerful drive.
Kasimpasa 1 – Galatasaray 3 (Super Lig, September 21, 2009) Andre Moritz’s 26th minute opener for the hosts was cancelled out by Shabani Nonda on the hour mark. The Congolese striker then went on to netÂ a last-gasp hat-trick for Gala, Nonda netting in the 89th and 90th minutes to sealed a dramatic away win.
Malmo 5 – Elfsborg 0 (Allsvenskan, September 21, 2009) Daniel Larsson and Edward Ofere both claimed braces as second placed Elfsborg were smacked for five.
AIK Stockholm 3 – Orgryte 0 (Allsvenskan, September 21, 2009) Kayongo-Mutumba, a Jonsson penalty and Ivan Obolo’s third earned AIK the points.
Ermis Aradippou 2 – APOP Kinuras 3 (1. Division, September 21, 2009) Zoran Zeljkovic put the away side in front on 25 minutes and the lead was doubled by Jose Semedo with eighteen minutes remaining. Two goals in two minutes on 80 and 81 from Miguel Oliveira and Sheriff Suma levelled things up only for Jose Semedo to dink home the winner in the 90th minute.