Girona 0 – Tenerife 1 (Segunda Division, June 13, 2009) Tenerife secured promotion to La Liga, Daniel Ngom Kome grabbed the winner five minutes before the break.
Real Zaragoza 3 – Cordoba 1 (Segunda Division, June 13, 2009) Ewerthon, Leonardo Ponzio and Javier Arizmendi had sealed the win by the 48th minute, Guzman pulled one back with six minutes to go, Zaragoza return to La Liga in third place and cannot now be caught by Hercules.
CFR Cluj 3 – Timisoara 0 (Romanian National Cup, June 13, 2009) Ciprian Deac scored the first goal on six minutes, Sixto Peralta doubled the lead from the penalty spot on 28 and Emmanuel Juan Culio sealed the win nine minutes into the second period.
Rubin Kazan 0 – Rostov 2 (Russian Premier League, June 13, 2009) Dimitri Akimov opened the scoring just after the half hour and ten minutes later Balyakin was sent off for the home side. Akimov missed a penalty on the stroke of half-time but then wraped up the match with the winner on 55.
Spartak Moscow 1 – Khimki 0 (Russian Premier League, June 13, 2009) Malik Deniz Fahti prodded home the only goal in the 29th minute.
Terek Grozny 3 – Krylya Sovietov 2 (Russian Premier League, June 13, 2009)
Pirin 1 – Levski 1 (Bulgarian A PFG, June 13, 2009)
Lucerne 5 – Lugano 0 (Agg. 5-1) (Swiss Super League promotion/relegation playoff first-leg, June 13, 2009) Luzern battered Lugano thanks to goals from Michel Renggli, Chiumiento (penalty), Joao Paiva (2) and Oscar Scarione.
Rosenborg 3 – Stromsgodset 0 (Eliteserien, June 13, 2009) The away team held out until the 83rd minute, when former Spurs striker Steffen Iversen chipped the opener, Iversen headed in the second five minutes later and on the stroke of full-time Rade Prica fired home the winner.
DC United 2 – Chicago Fire 1 (MLS, June 13, 2009) A Jamie Moreno penalty and Christian Gomez free-kick cancelled out a well placed Marco Pappa goal, as DC United jumped Chicago to move into first place in the Eastern Conference.
LA Galaxy 0 – Real Salt Lake 2 (MLS, June 13, 2009) Yura Movsisyan opened the scoring in the 13th minute, and defender Nat Borchers tacked on an insurance goal in the 52nd minute as RSL improved to 4-6-3 with its first road victory of the season. LA’s Eddie Lewis received a red card late on for chucking the ball at Javier Morales while he lay on the ground.
FC Dallas 1 – Houston Dynamo 3 (MLS, June 13, 2009) Cam Weaver’s brace helped steer Houston to the three points.
River Plate 3 – Tigre 1 (Argentinean Clausura, June 13, 2009) Leandro Lazzaro gave Tigre a surprise lead at El Monumental but River hit back with goals from Robert Flores, Radamel Falcao and Cristian Fabiani.
Estudiantes 1 – Godoy Cruz 0 (Argentinean Clausura, June 13, 2009) Mauro Boselli headed home the winner nine minutes from time.
Velez Sarsfield 2 – Newell’s Old Boys 0 (Argentinean Clausura, June 13, 2009)
Audax Italiano 1 – Univ. de Chile 4 (Chilean Apertura play-off, June 13, 2009)
Sao Paulo 1 – Santo Andre 1 (Campeonato Brasileiro A, June 13, 2009) Sao Paulo’s stuttering start to the Brazilian league season continued as they rescued a point through Borges with five minutes to go. Marcelinho Carioca had put Santo Andre ahead midway through the first half with a fine finish.
Botafogo 2 – Santos 0 (Campeonato Brasileiro A, June 13, 2009) Batista and Laio scored late on to condemn Santos to defeat.
Sport RecifeÂ 0 – Atletico Paranaense 1 (Campeonato Brasileiro A, June 13, 2009) A header from Rafael Santos was the difference between the two teams.
Bragantino 3 – Campinense 2 (Campeonato Brasileiro B, June 13, 2009)
Sao Catano 0 – Ponte Preta 2 (Campeonato Brasileiro B, June 13, 2009)
Duque de Caixas 4 – America RN 1 (Campeonato Brasileiro B, June 13, 2009)