European Football Monday Round-up

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Turkish Super Lig

A second-half goal from Samuel Holmen earned Istanbul Buyuksehir BSK an impressive 1-0 victory away to Kayserispor tonight [Monday].

The Sweden international struck in the 62nd minute to earn Carlos Carvalhal`s men a third win of the season.

They are tucked safely in the mid-table region, with Kayserispor in the bottom three.

Swedish Allsvenska

Djurgarden turned on the style in the second half to sink 10-man GAIS 3-0 in the Allsvenska.

After a goalless opening 45 minutes, Erton Fejzullahu opened the scoring in the 55th minute and then, after Richard Spong was dismissed for a second bookable offence seven minutes later, he doubled the advantage in the 66th minute.

An 84th-minute strike from Simon Tibbling wrapped it up for the hosts, who climb to seventh, while GAIS remain rooted to the bottom of the table.

Syrianska and Sundsvall shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Dinko Felic put Syrianska ahead after 15 minutes, but Emil Forsberg's 33rd-minute strike earned the visitors a point.

Greek Superleague

Substitute Andreas Lampropoulos scored the winner as Crete came away from Platanias with a 2-1 away win in the Superleague tonight [Monday].

Elias Anastasakos struck for the hosts three minutes into the second half to cancel out Mirnes Sisic's opener but Lampropoulos made the difference after coming on.

The win sees Crete move up to seventh place, two points and two places behind Platanias, who missed the chance to go fourth.

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