29 October, 2012 - 09:21

The most prominent domestic matches of European Leagues

The most prominent domestic matches of European Leagues

German Bundesliga

Bayern Munich 1-2 Bayer Leverkusen

Though Bayern’s loss itself was shock and unexpected, the more hurtful for the hosts was the goal it brought. The visitors took a 1-0 first-half lead via Stefan Kiessling splendid goal. After Xherdan Shaqiri and Robben entered the fray in the second half, Bayern began to dominate the game and their top scorer Mario Mandzukic fired the ball in the 77th minute. But the Bavarians raised eyebrows when Sidney Sam’s header deflected in off defender Jerome Boateng thus turning into own goal for Bayern. This shock defeat put an end to Bayern Munich’s eight-game winning streak.

SC Freiburg 0-2 Borussia Dortmund

Freiburg definitely ran riot during the first half having made several prominent goal attempts. However, Neven Subotic scored a brilliant header from Marco Reus curling free kick in the 54th minute. Mario Goetze doubled Dortmund’s lead in the 83d minute leaving little hope for the hosts to spurt into the lead. Due to the victory Dortmund climbed up to the fourth position with 15 points.

Schalke 04 1-0 FC Nürnberg

Schalke lifted to the second place in the table thanks to Jefferson Farfan winning goal over lowly Nürnberg. With their 20 points, they trail the leaders Bayern Munich by 4 points.

Fortuna Dusseldorf 1-4 VfL Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg celebrated their second win of the season thrashing Fortuna Dusseldorf 4-1. However, the team still mires at the bottom of Bundesliga table.

FSV Mainz 05 3-0 Hoffenheim

Hungary international Adam Szalai marked his maiden Bundesliga hat-trick in a perfect 3-0 victory over Hoffenheim. The victory brought Mainz on the 6th position, 1 point behind Dortmund and Leverkusen.

Other Bundesliga results:

FC Augsburg 0-2 Hamburger SV
Greuther Fürth 1-1 Werder Bremen
VfB Stuttgart 2-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Hannover 96 2-3 Borussia M’gladbach

French Ligue 1

AS Nancy 0-1 Paris Saint-Germain

The leaders didn’t impress this weekend as they snap a lackluster 1-0 win over undermost club Nancy. It was to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s 74 minutes goal that PSG gained another 3 points to their tally now overtopping with 22 points.

Lille OSC 2-1 Valenciennes

Lille carved out a win over struggling Valenciennes via Bong’s own goal in the opening minutes of the game and Dimitri Payet scoring in the 41st minute. The visitor Le Tallec scored an equalizer in the 71st minute. Lille is now tenth on 14 points.

SC Bastia 3-1 Girondins Bordeaux

Bastia built an early 2-0 lead via Florian Thauvin brace just in the first 17 minutes of the clash. Bordeaux, who remained unbeaten in the previous nine games, pulled themselves up and equalized in the 30th minute hoping to chase the game in the second half. However, Wahbi Khazri curling free kick ended the game 3-1.

Struggling pair Marseille and Lyon were to encounter at Stade Vélodrome on Sunday, but the match was canceled because of strong winds. The match between Sochaux and Evian was also called off due to snow flurry.

Other Ligue 1 results:

Saint-Etienne 2-0 Rennes
Toulouse FC 3-1 Stade Brest
Stade de Reims 1-1 ES Troyes AC
Montpellier HSC 3-1 OGC Nice
FC Lorient 4-4 Ajaccio AC

Dutch Eredivisie

Feyenoord 2-2 Ajax

Bitterest rivals Feyenoord and Ajax Amsterdam had a spectacular match in Rotterdam on Sunday. Christian Eriksen early opener put the visitors ahead but Feyenoord’s Jean Paul Boetius marked his Eredivisie debut with a 23 minutes goal. Ajax midfielder Siem de Jong made it 1-2 three minutes into the second half. The visitors seemed to take a pole position, however Italian striker Graziano Pelle snap up a draw with his last-gasp goal in the dying minutes of the clash.

RKC Waalwijk 0-1 FC Twente
PEC Zwolle 1-2 PSV
Vitesse 1-2 AZ Alkmaar

Portuguese SuperLiga

In Portugal, a struggling pair Benfica and FC Porto are both at the top of the table leveling on 17 points. The teams gained three points each after Benfica sank Gil Vicente 3-0 and Porto had a 2-1 away win at lowly Estoril Praia.

Russian Premier League

There is a change of the leader in the Russian Premier League. CSKA Moscow established themselves at the top of the table on 30 points, 1 point clear off Anzhi Makhachkala, after beating Terek Groznyi 2-1 away on Sunday. Anzhi Makhachkala in their turn made way for CSKA after they remained on 29 points following a 1-2 loss to Rubin Kazan.

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Author: Kate Kozz

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29 October 2012, 09:26

Boateng's goal was a reeeal fun :) Poor boy...

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14 November 2012, 14:16

Go CSKA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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