Turkish Super Lig
Karabukspor are just a point clear of the Super Lig relegation zone after they went down 2-1 at Sivasspor.
An own goal from Ugur Ucar after 58 minutes put the home side ahead before Gokhan Unal levelled after 73 minutes.
However, parity would not last and six minutes later Aatif Chahechouhe notched the winner.
Akhisar Belediye leapt above Karabukspor after Theofanis Gekas' 89th-minute strike was enough to beat Mersin Idmanyurdu 1-0.
Trabzonspor won by the odd goal in seven against Istanbul Buyuksehir to cement their place in mid-table.
Olcan Adin and Volcan Sen put the home side two goals to the good, before Francisco Lima Madureira pulled one back.
Halil Altintop restored Trabzonspor's two-goal advantage shortly before the break before Kamil Zayatte brought Buyuksehir back into the contest.
The two sides exchanged late goals with Yasin Oztekin netting for the home side and then Simon Zenke for the visitors.
Elsewhere Bursaspor and Eskisehirspor played out a goalless draw.
Silkeborg are four adrift at the bottom of the Superliga table after they were beaten 2-0 at Horsens.
Goalkeeper Gunnar Nielsen put through his own net after 11 minutes, before Nicolaj Ritter saw red just before the hour mark.
Martin Spelmann netted late on to seal the win to move his side a point clear of second-bottom Brondby.
Allsvenskan leaders Helsingborgs maintained their excellent start to the season after they beat BK Hacken 5-0.
Robin Simovic found the net for the home side after 29 minutes before second half strikes from Loret Sadiku (63), Simovic (71), David Accam (76) and substitute Alvaro Dos Santos (83) completed the scoring.
Brommapojkarna picked up their second league win of the campaign after they hammered Gefle IF 4-1.
Johan Oremo gave the visitors a fifth minute lead before a Mauricio Albornoz brace and late strikes from Andreas Haddad in the 82nd minute and Andreas Eriksson two minutes before the end sealed the win.
Anton Tinnerholm's 72nd minute strike was enough for Atvidabergs to beat Osters IF.