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European Weekend Results
January 12th, 2009 7AM

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France's Ligue 1 race tightened as seven-time champion Lyon tied Lorient, 1-1, and saw its lead over Bordeaux reduced to one point. Carlos Bocanegra's Rennes is third only two points behind Lyon. In Portugal, Benfica and Sporting Lisbon leapfrogged over Porto and are tied for first place. For all the weekend results and current standings ...

ENGLAND
Premier League
Jan. 10-11
Aston 2 (Davies 19, own goal 41) West Brom 1 (Morrision 49).
Everton 2 (Fellaini 18, Arteta 45) Hull City 0.
Middlesbrough 1 (Alves 45) Sunderland 1 (Jones 82).
Newcastle 2 (Owen 19, Carroll 78) West Ham 2 (Ballamy 29, Cole 55).
Arsenal 1 (Bendtner 84) Bolton 0.
Stoke City 0 Liverpool 0.
Wigan 1 (Figueroa 90) Tottenham 0.
Manchester Utd. 3 (Vidic 45, Rooney 63, Berbatov 87).
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Liverpool 13 7 1 35 13 46
Chelsea 12 6 3 40 12 42
Man. Utd. 12 5 2 32 10 41
Aston Villa 12 5 4 35 23 41
Arsenal 11 5 5 34 23 38
Everton 10 5 6 29 25 35
Wigan 9 4 7 25 21 31
Hull City 7 6 8 28 39 27
Fulham 6 8 5 18 14 26
West Ham 7 5 9 26 30 26
Newcastle 5 8 8 28 34 23
Bolton 7 2 12 22 29 23
Sunderland 6 5 10 22 30 23
Portsmouth 6 5 9 21 33 23
Man. City 6 4 10 38 30 22
Middlesbrough 5 6 10 18 30 21
Stoke City 5 6 10 18 33 21
Tottenham 5 5 11 20 26 20
Blackburn 4 6 10 22 36 18
West Brom 5 3 13 17 37 18
Leading Scorers: 1. Anelka (Chelsea) 14 goals; 2. Robinho (Manchester C.) 11; 3. Zaki (Wigan), Agbonlahor (Aston Villa) 10.

FRANCE
Ligue 1
Jan. 10-11
Auxerre 0 Marseille 2 (Samassa 43, Valbuena 77).
Le Havre 0 Toulouse 1 (Didot 80).
Lyon 1 (Ederson 9) Lorient 1 (Abriel 42).
Monaco 1 (Licata 86) Nantes 2 (Bagayoko 5, Capoue 40).
Rennes 1 (Sow 46) Grenoble 0.
Sochaux 1 (Perquis 65) St. Etienne 0.
Bordeaux 4 (Diawara 10, Cavenaghi 35, Gourcuff 70, Menegazzo 86) Paris SG 0.
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Lyon 11 6 3 24 13 39
Bordeaux 11 5 4 35 19 38
Rennes 9 10 1 25 13 37
Marseille 9 8 3 35 24 35
Toulouse 9 7 4 20 15 34
Paris SG 10 3 7 24 21 33
Lille 8 8 3 28 19 32
Nice 8 6 5 23 19 30
Lorient 7 6 7 26 24 27
Nancy 6 7 6 18 17 25
Grenoble 6 7 7 13 18 25
Le Mans 7 3 9 25 28 24
Caen 5 8 6 23 21 23
Monaco 6 5 9 23 25 23
Nantes 6 5 9 17 26 23
Auxerre 5 5 10 14 21 20
St. Etienne 6 1 13 15 29 19
Sochaux 2 11 7 19 25 17
Valenciennes 3 6 10 16 25 15
Le Havre 3 3 14 14 35 12
Leading Scorers: 1. Cavenaghi (Bordeaux), Gignac (Toulouse) 12 goals; 3. Hoarau (Paris SG) 11; 4. Benzema (Lyon) 10; 5. Bastos (Lille) 9.

GREECE
Super League
Jan. 7
Panserraikos 0 Iraklis 0
Jan. 10-11
Panthrakikos 1 Panathinaikos 3
Panionios 2 Panserraikos 0
Olympiakos 2 Xanthi 1
Thrasivoulos 2 Levadiakos 1
Larissa 2 Tripolis 1
OFI 2 Iraklis 3
Aris 0 Ergotelis 0
AEK 1 PAOK 0
Standings: Olympiakos 42 points; PAOK, Panathinaikos 33; AEK 28; Larissa, Panionios 25; Aris 24; Xanthi, Iraklis, Panthrakikos 22; Ergotelis 20; Levadiakos 19; Tripolis 14; Thrasivoulos 12; OFI, Panserraikos 11.

ITALY
Serie A
Jan. 10-11
Genoa 3 (Biava 18, Jankovic 48, Motta 85) Torino 0.
Inter Milan 1 (Ibrahimovic 78) Cagliari 1 (Acquafresca 65).
Bologna 1 (Di Vaio pen. 45) Chievo 1 (Pellissier 43).
Fiorentina 1 (Melo 24) Lecce 2 (Giacomazzi 6, Castillo 28).
Juventus 1 (Del Piero 34) Siena 0.
Napoli 1 (Maggio 80) Catania 0.
Palermo 3 (Miccoli 22, Breciano 39, Cavani 81) Atalanta 2 (Flocarri 65, Ferreira Pinto 78).
Reggina 2 (Corradi pen. 3) Laxio 3 (Pandev 13, 21, 75).
Udinese 1 (Domizzi 62) Sampdoria 1 (Delvecchio 57).
Roma 2 (Vucinic 22, 72) AC Milan 2 (Pato 48, 53).
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Inter Milan 13 4 1 32 12 43
Juventus 12 3 3 31 13 39
AC Milan 10 4 4 30 20 34
Napoli 10 3 5 26 16 33
Genoa 9 5 4 27 17 32
Fiorentina 10 2 6 26 16 32
Lazio 9 3 6 29 24 30
Palermo 8 2 8 24 23 26
Catania 7 4 7 18 21 25
Atalanta 7 3 8 23 22 24
Roma 7 3 7 23 25 24
Udinese 6 5 7 26 27 23
Cagliari 6 4 8 20 22 22
Sampdoria 5 5 7 16 19 20
Siena 5 4 9 13 19 19
Lecce 3 8 7 16 25 17
Bologna 3 7 8 20 28 16
Torino 4 3 11 18 32 15
Reggina 3 4 11 17 36 13
Chievo 2 4 12 10 28 10
Leading Scorers: 1. Di Vaio (Bologna) 13 goals; 2. Gilardino (Fiorentina), Milito (Genoa) 12; 4. Amauri (Juventus), Ibrahimovic (Inter Milan) 11.

PORTUGAL
Superliga
Jan. 10-11
Vitoria 0 Amadora 0.
Sp. Lisbon 2 (Vukcevic 11, Liedson 82) Maritimo 0.
Pacos Ferreira 2 (Andre Pinto 64, Carneiro 81) Nacional 3 (Micael 11, Nene 14, 36).
Leixoes 0 Vitoria 0.
Naval 2 (Marcelinho 63, Edvaldo 76) Academica 1 (Sougou 90).
Rio Ave 0 Belenenses 1 (Diakite 55).
Porto 0 Trofense 0.
Benfica 1 (Luiz 45) Braga 0.
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Benfica 8 5 1 25 12 29
Sp. Lisbon 9 2 3 18 7 29
Porto 8 4 2 24 11 28
Leixoes 7 5 2 17 12 26
Nacional 7 3 4 22 18 24
Braga 6 5 3 14 6 23
Maritimo 6 4 4 17 14 22
Guimaraes 4 6 4 12 13 18
Naval 4 4 6 13 15 16
Amadora 4 4 6 10 18 16
Academica 3 5 6 8 13 14
Belenses 3 4 7 12 22 13
Trofense 3 3 8 17 25 12
Pacos Ferreira 3 3 8 17 25 12
V. Setubal 3 3 8 7 17 12
Rio Ave 2 4 8 10 17 10
Leading Scorers: 1. Nene (Nacional) 9 goals; William (Pacos Ferreira) 8; 3. Wesley (Leixoes) 7.

SCOTLAND
Premier League
Jan. 7
Motherwell 1 (Porter 11) Hearts 0.
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Celtic 16 3 2 47 20 51
Rangers 14 4 3 48 17 46
Dundee Utd. 9 8 4 30 22 35
Hearts 9 5 7 20 22 32
Aberdeen 9 3 8 23 21 30
Hibernian 7 6 8 26 28 27
Kilmarnock 8 2 10 21 26 26
St. Mirren 7 4 10 16 22 25
Motherwell 7 3 11 21 31 24
Hamilton 6 2 13 19 36 20
Falkirk 4 6 11 22 31 18
Inverness 5 2 14 20 37 17
Leading Scorers: 1. Boyd (Rangers) 18 goals; 2. Samaras (Celtic) 11; 3. Porter (Motherwell) 8; 4. Miller (Rangers), Lovell (Falkirk) 7.

SPAIN
La Liga
Jan. 10-11
Dep. Coruna 1 (Bodipo 34) Sevilla 3 (Fabiano 50, Renato 78, Capel 90).
Valencia 3 (Baraja 2, Villa 10, Edu 79) Villareal 3 (Fuentes 45, Llorente 77, Rossi pen. 84).
Mallorca 0 Real Madrid 3 (Robben 3, Raul 17, Ramos 66).
Numancia 2 (Barkero pen. 9, Aranda 80) Getafe 0.
Rac. Santander 1 (Pereira 33) Rec. Huelva 1 (Camunas 43).
Gijon 2 (Carmelo 20, Barral 37) Valladolid 1 (Calvo 87).
Betis 1 (Emana 38) Malaga 2 (Apono pen. 19, Eliseu 90).
Alt. Madrid 2 (Lopez 16, Forlan 90) Ath. Bilbao 3 (Koikili 45, Llorente 50, 66).
Espanyol 2 (Martinez 62, Pareja 90) Almeria 2 (Uche 5, 54).
Osasuna 2 (Flano 63, Pandiani 73) Barcelona 3 (Eto'o 45, Xavi 80, Messi 85).
Standings
TEAM W T L GF GA P
Barcelona 15 2 1 54 13 47
Real Madrid 11 2 5 38 26 35
Sevilla 10 5 3 27 16 35
Valencia 10 4 4 36 24 34
Atl. Madrid 9 3 6 41 29 30
Villarreal 8 6 4 30 25 30
Dep. Coruna 9 3 6 23 22 30
Malaga 8 4 6 27 27 28
Gijon 8 0 10 26 37 24
Valladolid 7 2 9 26 27 23
Ath. Bilbao 6 5 7 24 27 23
Rac. Santander 5 7 6 20 23 22
Getafe 5 6 7 24 29 21
Almeria 5 5 8 19 27 20
Numancia 6 2 10 24 36 20
Betis 5 3 10 22 25 18
Rec. Huelva 4 5 9 15 28 17
Espanyol 3 6 9 17 28 15
Mallorca 3 5 10 18 35 14
Osasuna 2 7 9 19 26 13
Leading Scorers: 1. Eto'o (Barcelona) 16 goals; 2. Villa (Valencia) 14; 3. Forlan (Atl. Madrid) 12; 4. Higuain (Real Madrid), Messi (Barcelona) 11.

 

 



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