Month: November 2017

All natch results 29-11-17

All natch results 29-11-17

Argentina – Federal A Zona 1
FT Club Cipolletti 1:0 CA Alvarado
FT Ferro Carril Oeste General Pico 1:2 Deportivo Roca
Argentina – Federal A Zona 2
FT Estudiantes de Rio Cuarto 5:1 San Lorenzo de Alem
FT Juventud Unida Universitario 0:0 Deportivo Maipu
FT Union Aconquija 1:2 Union Villa Krause
Argentina – Federal A Zona 4
FT Sarmiento de Resistencia 1:1 Crucero del Norte
FT Altos Hornos Zapla 0:1 Deportivo San Jorge Tucuman
FT Gimnasia y Tiro 0:0 Juventud Antoniana
FT Sportivo Patria 0:1 CA Chaco For Ever
Argentina – Primera B Metropolitana
FT Club Atletico Platense 4:0 San Telmo
FT CA Fenix 3:1 Almirante Brown
FT Sacachispas FC 0:2 Club Atletico Estudiantes
Pst CA Talleres Remedios de Escalada -:- Barracas Central
FT CD UAI Urquiza 1:2 Deportivo Espanol
FT Villa San Carlos 1:0 Atlanta
FT CA Defensores de Belgrano 2:0 Tristan Suarez
Austria – Bundesliga
FT Salzburg 2:0 Mattersburg
FT SKN St. Poelten 1:0 Austria Wien
FT LASK 2:0 Wolfsberger AC
FT Rapid Wien 1:2 Altach
Belgium – Cup
FT Kortrijk 4:2 Royal Antwerp
AP KV Mechelen 5:6 Genk
FT Gent 2:1 Lokeren
FT Waasland-Beveren 2:0 Eupen
FT Anderlecht 0:1 Standard Liege
Bulgaria – First Professional League
FT Pirin Blagoevgrad 3:2 Etar
FT Dunav Ruse 0:4 Levski Sofia
International – Copa Sudamericana
FT Independiente 3:1 Libertad
Croatia – FA Cup
FT Dinamo Zagreb 4:2 NK Istra 1961
FT Osijek 1:3 Hajduk Split
Cyprus – 1. Division
FT Ermis Aradippou 0:4 APOEL Nicosia
Cyprus – Cup Final Stage
FT Olympiakos Nicosia 3:0 Anagennisi Deryneia
FT PO Xylotympou 2006 1:2 Anorthosis
Egypt – Premier League
FT El Dakhleya 0:1 El Entag El Harby
FT Smouha SC 1:1 Al-Ittihad Al-Sakandary
FT Wadi Degla FC 1:2 Ismaily SC
El Salvador – Primera Division – Apertura Final Stage
FT Municipal Limeno 0:0 Santa Tecla FC
England – Premier League
FT Arsenal 5:0 Huddersfield Town
FT AFC Bournemouth 1:2 Burnley
FT Chelsea 1:0 Swansea City
FT Everton 4:0 West Ham United
FT Manchester City 2:1 Southampton
FT Stoke City 0:3 Liverpool
England – EFL Trophy Northern Grp. F
AP Chesterfield 6:5 Manchester City Academy
England – EFL Trophy Southern Grp. A
FT Crawley Town 1:3 Fulham Academy
France – Ligue 1
FT Angers 1:2 Rennes
FT Guingamp 0:0 Montpellier
FT Lyon 1:2 Lille
FT Metz 0:3 Marseille
FT Nantes 1:0 Monaco
FT Toulouse 1:2 Nice
FT Paris Saint Germain 2:0 Troyes
Germany – Regionalliga Bayern
FT Bayern Munich II 4:0 TSV Buchbach
Greece – Cup Grp. 2
FT Aiginiakos FC 0:5 PAOK Thessaloniki FC
Greece – Cup Grp. 4
FT Trikala 0:0 AOK Kerkyra
Greece – Cup Grp. 5
Pst Acharnaikos FC -:- Asteras Tripolis
FT Kissamikos FC 1:1 Olympiacos
Greece – Cup Grp. 8
FT Panachaiki 1:1 Panathinaikos
FT Anagennisi Karditsas 0:0 AE Larissa
Guatemala – Liga Nacional Apertura Final Stage
FT Guastatoya 1:1 CSD Municipal
India – I-League
FT Indian Arrows 3:0 Chennai City FC
India – Indian Super League
FT FC Pune City 2:1 Mumbai City FC
Israel – Toto Cup
FT Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona 0:2 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Italy – Serie C Grp. C
FT Sicula Leonzio 1:2 Catanzaro
Italy – Coppa Italia
FT Sassuolo 2:1 Bari
AP ChievoVerona 5:6 Hellas Verona
FT Torino 2:0 Carpi
Japan – J. League
FT Urawa Red Diamonds 0:1 Kawasaki Frontale
Morocco – Botola Pro
FT FUS Rabat 1:0 Difaa El Jadida
FT MAT Tetouan 1:2 Wydad Casablanca
Norway – Eliteserien Qualification
FT Sogndal 1:0 Ranheim
Peru – Primera Division – Clausura
FT Alianza Atletico 1:4 Sport Rosario
FT Deportivo Municipal 1:1 FBC Melgar
Poland – FA Cup
FT Arka Gdynia 1:1 Chrobry Glogow
FT Korona Kielce 2:0 Zaglebie Lubin
Portugal – League Cup Grp. A
Cnc Braga -:- Real SC
Portugal – League Cup Grp. B
Cnc Portimonense -:- Sporting CP
Saudi Arabia – Premier League
FT Al-Raed 2:0 Al Feiha
FT Al Nassr FC 3:1 Al Fateh FC
Scotland – Premiership
FT Motherwell 1:1 Celtic
FT Rangers 3:0 Aberdeen
Serbia – Super Liga
FT FK Zemun 2:0 Rad Beograd
FT Vozdovac 0:1 Partizan Beograd
FT Radnicki Nis 3:0 Macva Sabac
FT Mladost Lucani 1:1 Cukaricki
FT Napredak 1:1 Backa Backa Palanka
FT Vojvodina 0:1 Borac Cacak
FT FK Spartak Subotica 4:0 Javor
FT FK Crvena Zvezda 5:0 FK Radnik Surdulica
Slovenia – Cup
FT Maribor 1:1 Olimpija Ljubljana
South Africa – Premier Soccer League
FT SuperSport United 1:0 Ajax Cape Town
South Korea – Cup
FT Busan I’Park 1:2 Ulsan Hyundai
Spain – Copa del Rey
FT Sevilla 4:0 Cartagena
FT Barcelona 5:0 Real Murcia
FT Real Sociedad 2:3 Lleida Esportiu
FT Atletico Madrid 3:0 Elche
FT Athletic Bilbao 0:1 SD Formentera
FT Las Palmas 2:3 Deportivo La Coruna
Switzerland – Cup
FT FC Zuerich 4:3 Thun
FT Basel 2:1 Luzern
Tunisia – Ligue I
FT Esperance 2:0 Zarzis
FT Club Olympique de Medenine 2:1 Etoile du Sahel
FT Etoile Metlaoui 1:1 Club Africain
FT JS Kairouanaise 1:2 Stade Tunisien
Turkey – Cup
FT Batman Petrolspor 0:3 Konyaspor
FT Kasimpasa 1:3 Boluspor
FT Sivasspor 2:1 Bucaspor
FT Karabukspor 2:1 Istanbulspor
FT Adanaspor 0:2 Bursaspor
FT Fenerbahce 6:0 Adana Demirspor
Ukraine – Cup
FT Vorskla 1:2 Mariupol
Finished AET FC Lviv 1:2 SC Dnipro-1
FT Desna 0:2 Dynamo Kyiv
FT Shakhtar Donetsk 4:0 Veres Rivne
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Wayne Rooney hit a hat-trick to move Everton away from the bottom three with a vital win over West Ham at Goodison Park.

Wayne Rooney scored his first Everton hat-trick to seal a crushing 4-0 win over West Ham, with new manager Sam Allardyce a delighted Goodison Park spectator.

David Moyes could only watch on aghast as his side were put to the sword by his old club, who have beaten Moyes teams at an aggregate tune of 12-0 since the Scot’s departure for Manchester united in 2013.

Rooney was recalled to the side as David Unsworth took charge of the senior side for the final time in his caretaker stint and the former England skipper responded with two goals in the first half, opening the scoring on the rebound from his own penalty after Joe Hart had pulled down Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The Everton captain then slotted home his second of the evening just before the half-hour mark, capitalising on some poor defending and sweeping home from inside the box.

West Ham improved after the break but Jordan Pickford saved a Manuel Lanzini penalty before Rooney drilled home his third from inside his own half and Ashley Williams headed home a late fourth.

Moyes has his work cut out to kick-start the Hammers’ campaign, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal their next three opponents.

Both teams went into the game in need of a win but it was Everton who struck the first blow, going ahead after 17 minutes.

Calvert-Lewin was sent clean through on goal but was brought down by Hart with referee Michael Oliver pointing straight to the spot.

Up stepped Rooney and, although a diving Hart managed to parry his kick, the ball rebounded kindly for the striker to head into an unguarded net.

Everton then doubled their lead after some poor defending from the visitors which will have frustrated Moyes.

Tom Davies was allowed to charge into the danger area unmarked before sending in a cross which managed to get all the way to Rooney, alone in the middle of the box, and he swept past Hart.

Moyes made a change at the break sending on Diafra Sakho for Pedro Obiang and West Ham were initially much-improved and went close to pulling a goal back.

Lanzini cut in from the left and stung Pickford’s palms with a decent effort before Aaron Cresswell unleashed a fierce shot which beat the Everton goalkeeper but just clipped the crossbar.

West Ham continued to press and with almost an hour gone, were handed a lifeline after Williams chopped down Sakho in the area.

Lanzini took the spot-kick and fired low to Pickford’s right but the goalkeeper made a fabulous save to push the ball clear and preserve his side’s two-goal lead.

Rooney then made West Ham pay with a brilliant third goal to seal his hat-trick. A clearance from Hart fell to the skipper just inside his own half and he met the ball first time, drilling it over the goalkeeper and in.

There was still time for more drama, Williams heading a corner past Hart to seal a fine outing for the Toffees and a much-needed three points.

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The Blues should only focus on the team directly in front of them, according to their manager

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte urged his team to forget about Premier League leaders Manchester City and focus on trying to catch Manchester United.

City’s lead at the top was cut to five points by United on Tuesday, with Chelsea a further six points back ahead of hosting Swansea City.

Pep Guardiola’s side have been flying atop the table with 12 wins from 13 matches, scoring 42 goals and conceding just eight.

Conte said Chelsea simply needed to focus on overtaking United, not high-flying City.

“We have to look at ourselves and not the others. Now our target must be to see the team that is before us. In this case, Manchester United,” the Italian told UK newspapers.

“Our first target is to catch them up and if we are able to do this and then we can see the team who is staying before us. This must be our mentality and in every game we have to try to win and do our best. This must be the right mentality, winning mentality.

“If you leave Man City out of the table there is United and we are three points behind [before Jose Mourinho’s men beat Watford 4-2].

“Man City is doing something incredible until now but we have to trust to continue to improve in our work in our team and try to do our best. This is the right way.”

Chelsea are unbeaten in five league games, including a win over Manchester United and draw with Liverpool.

Conte said there were plenty of positives for his team after a poor start to the season.

“We are in November and trying to do our best. We have 11 points less than Manchester City but we have played all games against the other five top teams,” he said.

“We are in the second round of the Champions League. We have to play the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

“For the problems that we had from the start of the season we are doing our best.”

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Though he appeared to end his international career earlier this month, the Juventus goalkeeper suggested he could be open to an Azzurri comeback

Just two weeks after announcing his retirement from international duty, legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon had admitted he could play for the Italy national team again.

Buffon bid a tearful farewell to the Azzurri on November 13, just minutes after Italy fell to Sweden in a two-leg playoff and failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958.

Though that appeared to be the end of a legendary international career, the 39-year-old has now admitted he could return for Italy at some point.

“I took a break from the national team,” Buffon said at the Gran Gala del Calcio in Milan on Monday.

“Both for Juventus and for the national team I have always considered myself a soldier,” Buffon continued.

“Even when I’m 60 I could never turn down any call because I have in me the concept of nation.”

Italy manager Gian Piero Ventura left his post following his team’s embarrassing failure to qualify for Russia, but Buffon chose not to lay blame on the outgoing boss.

“Ventura has done the best job he could, but unfortunately we were unable to score in the two games against Sweden,” Buffon said.

The Juventus goalkeeper took home prizes for the best Italian player and best Italian goalkeeper at the awards ceremony on Monday.

“I’m happy and proud. I never thought I’d get this kind of trophy,” Buffon said, “and I’ll hold tight to it because I’ve never won best youngster!”



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The Blues came from behind to grab three points against Huddersfield and set a couple of new English top-flight marks in the process

Manchester City found themselves in an unfamiliar position on Sunday against Huddersfield Town — trailing.

But a comeback against the tenacious Terriers allowed City to not only claim the three points, but reach new Premier League heights in the process.

A Nicolas Otamendi own goal put the Citizens behind on the stroke of half-time as Huddersfield once again proved a difficult foe for Pep Guardiola’s men.

But Sergio Aguero put home a penalty early in the second half to level proceedings before Raheem Sterling buried an 84th minute winner to provide the visitors with a hard-fought victory.

It continued a sparkling run of away form for City as they have now won 11 straight games across all competitions. That is a first for any English club in the top-flight.

The win also saw them make it 37 of a possible 39 points from their first 13 Premier League matches of the campaign. That pace is better than any club in Premier League history and ties the top mark the English top-flight with Liverpool’s haul in the 1990-91 season.

And the comeback also proved a streak breaker. Coming out after the break, City had to face the fact they had not won an away Premier League match when trailing at half-time since April 1995 against Blackburn Rovers, having failed on 96 occasions since the clash at Ewood Park.

But it proved just another mark for City to knock down as they re-established their eight-point advantage over rivals Manchester United at the top of the Premier League table.

With 12 wins and just a draw so far, Southampton are the next team to have the unenviable task of trying to stop Pep Guardiola’s juggernaut.


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The Bundesliga champions’ supporters were not amused at tickets priced at €100 and made their feelings known in Belgium

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Bayern Munich after their supporters threw fake money on the pitch and displayed an “illicit banner” in protest to Champions League ticket prices.

Bayern travelled to Belgium for their fifth Champions League match of the season and beat Anderlecht 2-1 thanks to goals from Robert Lewandowski and Corentin Tolisso.

But the behaviour of their supporters could land them in trouble, as they hurled objects on to playing surface before the match and unfurled a banner which read: “€100? Is your gr€€d [sic] now finally $atisfied?”

UEFA confirmed on Thursday that the charges levelled against Bayern are for the “throwing of objects” and an “illicit banner”.

The case will be dealt with by UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on December .



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All Match Results 23-11-17

All Match Results 23-11-17

Argentina – Superliga
FT River Plate 2:0 Union
Argentina – Primera B Metropolitana
FT CA Talleres Remedios de Escalada 1:0 Club Atletico Estudiantes
International – Champions League Grp. A
FT CSKA Moscow 2:0 Benfica
FT Basel 1:0 Manchester United
International – Champions League Grp. B
FT Anderlecht 1:2 Bayern Munich
FT Paris Saint Germain 7:1 Celtic
International – Champions League Grp. C
FT Qarabag FK 0:4 Chelsea
FT Atletico Madrid 2:0 Roma
International – Champions League Grp. D
FT Juventus 0:0 Barcelona
FT Sporting CP 3:1 Olympiacos
International – Copa Sudamericana
FT Libertad 1:0 Independiente
Costa Rica – Primera Division Apertura
FT Deportiva Carmelita 0:1 Club Sport Herediano
FT Guadalupe FC 1:1 Universidad de Costa Rica
Egypt – Premier League
FT El Raja Marsa Matruh 3:3 Wadi Degla FC
FT Misr El-Maqasa 2:0 Petrojet
England – Championship
FT Ipswich Town 2:2 Sheffield Wednesday
FT Middlesbrough 2:0 Birmingham City
FT Wolverhampton Wanderers 4:1 Leeds United
Macedonia – Prva Liga
FT FK Skopje 0:0 Shkupi
Georgia – Erovnuli Liga
FT Kolkheti-1913 Poti 0:4 Chikhura
FT Torpedo Kutaisi 2:0 Dinamo Batumi
FT Saburtalo 0:0 Dinamo Tbilisi
FT Lokomotivi Tbilisi 2:5 Samtredia
FT Dila Gori 0:1 FC Shukura Kobuleti
Germany – Regionalliga North
Pst FC Germania Egestorf-Langreder -:- SC Weiche Flensburg
FT Hannover 96 II 3:0 FC Hansa Lueneburg
Germany – Regionalliga Northeast
FT Lokomotive Leipzig 0:0 BSG Chemie Leipzig
India – Indian Super League
FT FC Pune City 2:3 Delhi Dynamos FC
Mexico – Copa MX Apertura Final Stage
FT Pachuca 2:0 Atlante
Morocco – Botola Pro
FT Wydad Casablanca 2:1 Difaa El Jadida
Poland – 1. Division
FT Ruch Chorzow 2:2 Wigry Suwalki
Russia – National Football League
FT Luch Energiya Vladivostok 4:2 Tyumen
Russia – PFL Zone South
FT FC Krasnodar II 4:0 Kuban Krasnodar II
FT Spartak Vladikavkaz 1:0 Anzhi Makhachkala II
South Africa – Premier Soccer League
FT Free State Stars 1:1 Chippa United
FT Polokwane City 0:0 Maritzburg United
FT Platinum Stars 0:0 Bloemfontein Celtic
FT AmaZulu FC 0:0 Kaizer Chiefs
South Korea – K. League Classic Qualification
FT Busan I’Park 0:1 Sangju Sangmu
Tunisia – Ligue I
FT CA Bizertin 3:1 Club Africain
FT Zarzis 0:0 JS Kairouanaise
FT Ben Guerdane 0:1 CS Sfaxien
Uruguay – Primera Division Clausura
FT Fenix 1:1 Cerro
FT Juventud de las Piedras 2:1 Liverpool FC
FT Sud America 1:0 Boston River
FT River Plate 2:1 Club Atletico Penarol
USA – Major League Soccer Playoff
FT Columbus Crew 0:0 Toronto FC
FT Houston Dynamo 0:2 Seattle Sounders FC
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The Real Madrid forward was back to his best against APOEL on Tuesday, with the Portuguese scoring and creating on a productive European evening

Cristiano Ronaldo’s ongoing battle with Lionel Messi shows no sign of abating, with the Real Madrid man now topping more Champions League charts.

The Portuguese teed up Karim Bemzema during a meeting with APOEL on Tuesday to record his 27th assist in Europe’s premier club competition over the last 10 years.

Nobody can claim to have bettered that return, with the four-time Ballon d’Or winner and recent recipient of the top award in the Goal 50 continuing to raise the bar when it comes to individual achievement.

Ronaldo already topped the charts regarding all-time Champions League assists, with his tally lifting him above Barcelona talisman Messi and other iconic figures such as Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs and Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

He is also the leading marksman among the continental elite, as the only man to have netted more than 100 times among elite competition.

Ronaldo has endured uncharacteristic struggles for goals this season, but he remains a key figure for Zinedine Zidane’s side even when he is not finding the target himself.

The 32-year-old has just 10 efforts to his name in 2017-18, with just one of those having come in La Liga, but his remarkable strike rate in the Champions League has seen him set another benchmark.

Real will be hoping to see Ronaldo build on his midweek outing against APOEL and carry momentum towards the hectic festive period.

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Zimbabwe Premier League | LOGS

Zimbabwe Premier League | LOGS

Pos Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC Platinum 33 19 12 2 38 15 23 69
2 Dynamos FC 33 20 7 6 54 26 28 67
3 Ngezi Platinum 33 19 7 7 54 30 24 64
4 Chicken Inn 33 18 7 8 34 21 13 61
5 CAPS United 33 15 12 6 42 28 14 57
6 Highlanders FC 33 13 7 13 34 34 0 46
7 How Mine FC 33 13 7 13 30 35 -5 46
8 Black Rhinos FC 33 12 9 12 35 30 5 45
9 Triangle United 33 11 11 11 37 36 1 44
10 Chapungu FC 33 11 11 11 25 25 0 44
11 ZPC Kariba 33 11 9 13 28 32 -4 42
12 Yadah FC 33 10 10 13 31 38 -7 40
13 Shabanie Mine FC 33 9 12 12 27 34 -7 39
14 Hwange FC 33 10 7 16 29 36 -7 37
15 Bulawayo City 33 10 6 17 32 44 -12 36
16 Harare City 33 9 8 16 28 29 -1 35
17 Tsholotsho FC 33 4 12 17 19 44 -25 24
18 Bantu Rovers 33 4 4 25 28 68 -40 16
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All Match results 20-11-17

All Match results 20-11-17

Argentina – Superliga
FT Talleres 0:1 Rosario Central
FT Gimnasia LP 2:0 Patronato de Parana
FT Olimpo 1:1 Godoy Cruz
Argentina – Primera B Nacional
FT Deportivo Riestra 0:1 Los Andes
FT Instituto 0:0 Atletico Rafaela
Argentina – Federal A Zona 1
FT Deportivo Madryn 1:0 Villa Mitre
FT Club Rivadavia 4:0 Ferro Carril Oeste General Pico
Argentina – Federal A Zona 3
FT Defensores de Belgrano de Villa Ramallo 1:1 Sportivo Las Parejas
FT Sportivo Belgrano 0:0 Central Cordoba de Santiago
Argentina – Federal A Zona 4
FT Guarani Antonio Franco 2:0 Deportivo San Jorge Tucuman
Argentina – Primera B Metropolitana
FT Acassuso 0:0 Deportivo Espanol
FT Club Atletico Platense 1:1 Comunicaciones
Bolivia – Primera Division – Clausura Adecuacion
FT Blooming 4:0 Universitario
Brazil – Serie A
FT Fluminense 2:0 Ponte Preta
FT Avai FC 2:1 Palmeiras
Bulgaria – First Professional League
FT Vereya 2:0 Etar
Colombia – Primera A Clausura
FT La Equidad 0:1 Tolima
Cyprus – 1. Division
FT Pafos FC 1:0 Doxa Katokopia
Denmark – Superligaen
FT AaB 0:1 FC Midtjylland
Egypt – Premier League
FT Ismaily SC 0:2 Al Ahly
England – Premier League
FT Brighton & Hove Albion 2:2 Stoke City
France – Ligue 1
FT Amiens 3:0 Lille
France – Ligue 2
FT Lens 3:1 Niort
Germany – 2. Bundesliga
FT Dynamo Dresden 1:2 Kaiserslautern
Germany – Regionalliga Bayern
Pst 1860 Muenchen -:- TSV Buchbach
Greece – Super League
FT PAOK Thessaloniki FC 2:1 Atromitos
Guatemala – Liga Nacional Apertura
FT Club Xelaju 0:0 Guastatoya
Honduras – Liga Nacional – Apertura
FT Platense FC 1:0 Honduras Progreso
Iran – Persian Gulf Pro League
FT Sepidrood Rasht 1:2 Zob Ahan
FT Sepahan 3:0 Tractor Sazi Tabriz
FT Siah Jamegan 0:0 Esteghlal
FT Naft Tehran 0:1 Saipa
FT Foolad Khuzestan 1:0 Pars Jonoubi Jam Bushehr
FT Persepolis 0:0 Padideh FC
Italy – Serie A
FT Hellas Verona 2:3 Bologna
Italy – Serie B
FT Palermo 0:3 Cittadella
Italy – Serie C Grp. A
FT Pro Piacenza 0:3 Pisa
Latvia – Virsliga Qualification
FT FS Metta/LU 3:1 Olaine
Mexico – Liga MX Apertura
FT Santos 0:1 CF America
Netherlands – Eerste Divisie
FT Jong PSV 2:0 Jong FC Utrecht
FT Jong AZ Alkmaar 4:2 Jong Ajax
Paraguay – Division Profesional – Clausura
FT Luqueno 0:2 Guarani
FT Nacional 2:0 General Diaz
Peru – Primera Division – Clausura
FT Comerciantes Unidos 1:1 FBC Melgar
Poland – Ekstraklasa
FT Zaglebie Lubin 0:0 Korona Kielce
Romania – Liga I
FT FC Voluntari 0:0 FC Viitorul Constanta
Slovenia – Prva Liga
FT Rudar Velenje 2:0 Gorica
Spain – Primera Division
FT Eibar 5:0 Real Betis
Switzerland – Challenge League
FT FC Vaduz 2:0 Schaffhausen
Turkey – Super Lig
FT Karabukspor 0:2 Kasimpasa
Turkey – 1. Lig
FT Gaziantepspor 0:3 Boluspor
Venezuela – Primera Division – Clausura Final Stage
FT Carabobo FC 0:0 Mineros De Guayana
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