Russian Premier League
CSKA Moscow lead the Premier League by four points after recording their fifth win in seven games, 2-1 against Amkar Perm.
The visitors took a first-minute lead through Georgi Peev but unbeaten CSKA hit back before half-time through Seydou Doumbia.
Ahmed Musa's 77th-minute winner took the home side to 17 points from seven games, four clear of Lokomotiv Moscow and Rostov, who play over the weekend.
NAC Breda and NEC Nijmegen remain winless in the Eredivisie after each collecting their second point of the season in a draw at Rat Verlegh Stadion.
NAC took a fourth-minute lead when Jeffrey Sarpong's fierce cross from the left eluded several players and was turned in by Rydell Poepon at the far post.
But Victor Palsson caught home keeper Jelle ten Rouwelaar out of position to score from 20 yards just before half-time and earn the visitors a point.
Helsingborg kept up the pressure on fellow Allsvenska pace-setters Malmo with a 4-2 win over Brommapojkarna.
Trailing 1-0 at half-time after Mauricio Albornoz's 42nd-minute goal, Helsingborg levelled two minutes after the interval through Mattias Lindstrom and went ahead five minutes later through Robin Simovic.
Albornoz equalised but Lindstrom also scored his second of the night before Alvaro Dos Santos bagged an injury-time clincher.
Helsingborg and Malmo are level on 44 points, though the latter have a game in hand away to Oster on Sunday.
AGF Aarhus kept themselves among the Superliga's leading group after a remarkable 6-3 win away to Odense.
Aarhus did not even trouble the scorers until a minute before half-time, by which point they trailed 2-0 to goals from Rasmus Falk Jensen and Emil Larsen.
Osama Akharraz pulled one back and Arthur Sorin and Alexander Andersen struck early in the second half to put Aarhus in front, only for Morten Skoubo to equalise.
It was not until the 76th minute that Aarhus nudged ahead once more, through Soren Larsen, before substitutes Jesper Lange and Davit Devdariani then gave the scoreline a lop-sided look.