Goals from Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Romania & Serbia

Ronaldo Assis de Moreira Analyst IIApril 16, 2009

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - APRIL 11: Aleksandr Samedov (L) of FC Moscow battles for the ball with Maksim Grigoryev of FC Spartak Moscow during the Russian Football League Championship match between FC Moscow and FC Spartak at the Eduard Streltsov Stadium on April 11, 2009 in Moscow, Russia.  (Photo by Dmitry Korotayev/Epsilon/Getty Images)

Spartak Moscow 0 - Dynamo Moscow 3 (Russian Cup, April 15, 2009) The Russian Cup represented Spartak’s last possible entry into the Europa Cup next season but, having begun the new season with just one win in four games, and then being swept aside at home by Dinamo in their quarter-final, coach Michael Laudrup was given the boot.


Hacken 4 - IFK Gothenburg 1 (Allsvenskan, April 15, 2009) Paulinho, Josef Karlsson, and a Mathias Ranegie double gave Hacken the win.

Halmstad 0 - Brommapojkarna 1 (Allsvenskan, April 15, 2009) Joakim Runnemo struck the winner in the 65th minute to send Brommapojkarna to the top of the table.

Djurgarden 0 - Gefle 0 (Allsvenskan, April 15, 2009)


Brondby 3 - Aalborg BK 3 (Elkstra Bladet Cup, April 15, 2009) Anders Randrup headed in at the back post to give Brondby the lead on 10 minutes, 12 minutes later Kasper Risgard fired in an equaliser. Eight minutes before the break Randrup gave Brondby the lead again, showing some fine attacking instincts again for a right back.

Just after the hour mark Luton Shelton levelled things up with a fine turn and flick only for the home side to claim a third through Jan Kristiansen three minutes later. Former Wigan midfielder Andreas Johansson had the last word with Aalborg’s third equaliser of the match.


Dinamo Bucharest 4 - Rapid Bucharest 2 (Romanian Cup, April 15, 2009)


Red Star Belgrade 4 - Sartid Smederevo 1 (Serbian Cup, April 15, 2009) Cleo and Milijas both struck braces for Red Star.


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