Russian Premier League
Andriy Voronin's hat-trick earned Dinamo Moscow a 4-1 win over Ural in Monday's only game in the Premier League.
After Alexander Kokorin had given the visitors an early lead, Voronin struck three times before the interval to put them in total command of the match.
Spartak Gogniev pulled a goal back late on for Ural but they could do nothing to prevent Dinamo moving up to sixth in the league.
Top beat bottom in the Superliga as Midtjylland edged out surprise strugglers Nordsjaelland 2-1.
Sylvester Igboun Emeka's double proved decisive, the striker restoring the hosts' lead after Joshua John had equalised his first goal.
Midtjylland are six points clear of AaB after six wins in their first eight games, while Nordsjaelland prop up the table with five points.
Turkish Super Lig
Fenerbahce had to twice come from behind to beat Kasimpasa 3-2 in Monday night's only Super Lig game.
Pierre Webo scored a last-minute winner, having drawn his side level in the 74th minute.
Kasimpasa led through first Ryan Donk and then Ezequiel Scarione, with Caner Erkin equalising on the first occasion.
The win was Fener's third in their opening four games of the season.
Allsvenskan leaders Malmo were beaten 2-0 at home by Djurgarden to remain only a point clear of Helsingborg in the standings.
Amadou Jawo scored both goals, five minutes into each half.
The win lifted Djurgarden eight points clear of the relegation and play-off places.
Greek Super League
Giannina climbed to fourth in the embryonic Super League table as Stavros Tsoukalas' goal settled a 1-0 victory over Atromitos.
There was nothing to separate the two sides in 67 minutes of action at the Zosimades Stadium, until Tsoukalas notched the only goal.
A second league win for Giannina sees them jump into the European places with seven points from four games while Atromitos are 12th with four points.