Portuguese Primeira Liga
Porto moved back above Benfica and into top spot in the Liga with a thumping 5-0 home win over Gil Vicente.
Danilo opened the scoring after four minutes and Porto doubled their lead after 11 minutes thanks to an own goal from Vitor Vinha.
Steven Defour made it three nine minutes after the break, while the visitors had Carolino Claudio sent off just after the hour mark.
Silvestre Varela got Porto's fourth 15 minutes from time and Jackson Martinez completed the rout in the 90th minute.
Porto now head Benfica on goal difference, while Gil Vicente are fourth bottom.
Leonidas Kivelidis scored twice two help earn Superleague basement boys Kerkyra a 2-2 draw at home to Aris Salonika.
Michalis Giannitsis put Aris in front after 17 minutes, but Kivelidis levelled in the 24th minute and then got his second eight minutes into the second half.
Things got better for the hosts when Aris had Emmanuel Papasterianos sent off in the 76th minute, but the 10 men equalised through substitute Alexandros Karagiannis three minutes later.
The draw means Kerkyra are two points adrift at the bottom of the table, while Aris are fourth bottom.
Turkish Super Lig
Orduspor had two players sent off as they lost 1-0 at Eskisehirspor in the Turkish Super Lig on Monday.
The struggling visitors lost Ferhat Oztorun to a 20th-minute red card, but looked set to hold out for a draw until Necati Ates broke the deadlock with an 87th-minute penalty.
And things got worse for Orduspor as Ibrahim Kas was dismissed a minute from time.
The win moved Eskisehirspor up to sixth, while their opponents stayed fourth bottom.