Russian Premier League
Samuel Eto'o was again on the scoresheet as Anzhi Makhachkala twice came from behind to claim a 2-2 draw against Terek Grozny in the Premier League.
Aleksandr Pavlenko opened the scoring for the visitors in the eighth minute but Eto'o replied six minutes later, his third in four games since joining the big-spending side from Inter Milan last month.
Anzhi were again behind two minutes from the final whistle through substitute Oleg Vlasov's effort, but there was time for Joao Carlos to net a second leveller.
Turkish Super Lig
Galatasaray moved up to fifth in the early Super Lig standings thanks to a 2-0 home victory over Eskisehirspor on Monday night.
The Istanbul giants forged ahead through Gokhan Zan's 23rd-minute effort and they wrapped up the win with a 52nd-minute goal from Brazil midfielder Felipe Melo.
The win moved Gala above their opponents, although they still trail leading duo Istanbul Buyuksehir BSK and Fenerbahce by three points.
Academica continued their impressive start to the Liga season by dismantling 10-man Feirense 4-0 on Monday evening.
Abdoulaye Ba opened the scoring after 17 minutes and life got tougher for the visitors when Paulo Lopes saw red three minutes later.
Academica rammed home their advantage with further strikes in the next 10 minutes from Danilo Cintra and Adrien Silva, who added a fourth on the stroke of half-time.
Academica have won four of their six league games this season and sit fifth in the table.
IFK Gothenburg came from behind to win 2-1 at 10-man Djurgarden in the Allsvenska.
The hosts were 1-0 up in just the second minute through Joona Toivio's stunning free-kick, but the Finland defender turned villain in the 50th minute when he gave away a penalty - which Stefan Selakovic scored - and was sent off in the process.
Hannes Stiller scored the winner in the 73rd minute, meaning Djurgarden remained four points ahead of the relegation play-off place with four games to play.
Monday's other game saw substitute Dragan Kapcevic score in the 89th minute to earn Gefle a 1-1 draw at Kalmar, who had opened the scoring in the 29th minute through Abiola Dauda.
Lyngby ended a run of four straight Superliga defeats with a 2-1 win away to AaB on Monday evening.
Rasmus Wurtz gave the home side the perfect start with a seventh-minute opener, but Lyngby, who remain second-from-bottom despite the victory, levelled through Emil Larsen after 20 minutes.
Kim Aabech grabbed the winner on the hour mark to condemn AaB to a third consecutive league defeat.