Friendly Wins for Lazio & Genoa; Copa Sudamericana Goals

Ronaldo Assis de Moreira Analyst IIAugust 14, 2009

BEIJING - AUGUST 08: Tommaso Rocchi of Lazio celebrates the winning goal during Supercoppa TIM - Beijing 2009 between Inter Milan and Lazio at the National Olympic Stadium, known as the Bird's Nest on August 8, 2009 in Beijing, China.  (Photo by Feng Li/Getty Images)

Lazio 1* - Osasuna 1 (Pens. 5-4) (Friendly, August 13, 2009) Juanfran put the Spanish side in front with a fine solo goal down the right hand side. Mauro Zarate equalised from close range for Lazio.

Villareal 1 - Genoa 2 (Friendly, August 13, 2009) After a busy summer of transfer activity, Genoa look in good shape ahead of the new campaign. Giusepe Sculli headed Genoa in front, Hernan Creso doubled the lead whilst Robert Pires equalised from the penalty spot.

Cadiz 1 - Deportivo La Coruna 3 (Friendly, August 13, 2009)

Castellon 0 - Atltetico Madrid 1 (Friendly, August 13, 2009)

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Laval 3 - Strasbourg 2 (Ligue 2, August 13, 2009) A ding-dong match saw the home side take the lead three times. First through Marcolino only for Gueye to equalise. Levrat fired home Laval’s second before Fauverge claimed another for the away side, Hamouma scored the winner with 14 minutes to go.

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Beira Mar 0 - Sp. Covilha 1 (Liga Vitalis, August 13, 2009) Ribeiro scored the only goal of the game with four minutes remaining.

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Vitoria 2 - Coritiba 0 (Copa Sudamericana, August 13, 2009) Silva claimed a deflected free-kick two minutes into the second half, Jackson completed the win  eighteen minutes from time.

Liverpool FC 0 - Cienciano 0 (Copa Sudamericana, August 13, 2009)

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