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League play began in Germany, where defending champion Wolfsburg opened with a 2-0 win over VfB Stuttgart, and France, where titleholder Bordeaux crushed promoted Lens, 4-1. For all the results in Belgium, France, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands and Turkey ...
 
BELGIUM
Juliper League
Aug. 7-9
Beerschot 1 Stand. Liege 1
Mouscron 0 Roeselare 0
Anderlecht 3 Cercle Brugge 2
St. Truiden 0 Charleroi 0
Zulte Waregem 2 Genk 2
Westerlo 1 Kortrijk 1
Gent 2 Mechelen 1
Club Brugge 2 Lokeren 0
Standings: Gent, Club Brugge Anderlecht 6 points; Mouscron 4; Mechelen 3, Stand. Liege, Beerschot, St. Truiden, Zulte Waregem, Roeselare 2; Charleroi, Genk, Kortrijk, Lokeren, Westerlo 1; Cercle Brugge 0.
 
FRANCE
Ligue 1
Aug. 8-9
Rennes 3 (Bangoura 7, Mangane 45, Leroy 92) Boulogne 0.
Valenciennes 1 (Samassa 6) Nancy 3 (Feret 17, Brison 60, Traore pen. 71).
Auxerre 0 Sochaux 1 (Sverkos 40).
St. Etienne 0 Nice 2 (Traore 39, Remy 88).
Monaco 1 (Nene 45) Toulouse 0.
Grenoble 0 Marseille 2 (Niang 2, Cheyrou 81).
Montpellier 1 (Spahic 93) Paris SG 1 (Giuly 71).
Le Mans 2 (Maiga 21, Coutaduer pen. 59) Lyon 2 (Bodmer 28, Lopez 90).
Lille 1 (Own goal 66) Lorient 2 (Gameiro 33, Vahirua 52).
Bordeaux 4 (Wendel 12, Gourcuff 53, 93, Chamakh 92) Lens 1 (Jemaa 40).
 
GERMANY
Bundesliga
Aug. 7-9
Wolfsburg 2 (Misimovic 71, Grafite 82) Stuttgart 0.
Bremen 2 (Ozil pen. 13, Sanogo 44) Eintracht 3 (Amanatidis 6, 42, Fenin 71).
Nuremberg 1 (Mintal 88) Schalke 2 (Kuranyi 36, 50).
Mainz 2 (Hoogland 5, Gunkel 81) Leverkusen 2 (Derdiyok 42, Kiebling 43).
Hertha 1 (Kacar 82) Hannover 0.
Dortmund 1 (Own goal 75) Cologne 0.
Hoffenheim 1 (Obasi 41) Bay. Munich 1 (Olic 25).
Bochum 3 (Azaouagh 51, 52, Sestak 63) Bor. Moen. 3 (Arango 19, Colautti 26, Brouwers 40).
Freiburg 1 (Bechmann 65) Hamburg 1 (Pitroipa 3).
 
MEXICO
Apertura
Aug. 8-9
Cruz Azul 2 (Villa 33, 62) Monterrey 0.
Queretaro 1 (Gerk 45) Puebla 1 (Borgetti 1).
Indios 0 America 1 (Martinez 87).
Tigres 0 Chiapas 1 (Bautista pen. 16).
Atlante 0 Pachuca 2 (Cacho 23, Mendivil 85).
Atlas 2 (Fuentes 47, Espinoza 50) Santos 1 (Mosqueda 70).
Toluca 3 (Duenas 33, Calderon 43, Marin 81) UNAM 0.
Morelia 2 (Salazar pen. 19, Droguett 87) San Luis 1 (Moreno pen. 59).
Standings:
Group 1 -Toluca  9 points; Atlas 6; San Luis, Queretaro, Indios 1; Guadalajara 0.
Group 2 -Pachuca 9; Morelia 7; Chiapas 6; Monterrey, America 4; Puebla 3.
Group 3 - Cruz Azul 6; Tigres, Santos 4; UAG 1; Atlante, UNAM 0.
 
NETHERLANDS
Eredivisie
Aug. 7-9
NEC 4 (Vleminckx 6, 82, Fejzullahu 56, El Akchaoui 65) Heerenveen 1 (Papadopulos 85).
AZ 2 (Dembele 6, El Hamdaoui 64) Sparta 0.
Ajax 4 (Van der Wiel 10, Suarez pen. 71, 82, 92) Waalwijk 1 (de Ceulaer 31).
Roda 1 (Hadouir 19) Groningen 1 (Lovre 30).
NAC 0 Heracles 0.
Vitesse 0 Feyenoord 0.
VVV 2 (Honda 37, 76) Den Haag 2 (Verhoek 8, van den Bergh pen. 30).
Twente 1 (Douglas 19) PSV 1 (Dzsudzsak 25).
Utrecht 1 (Dickoh 39) Willem II 0.
 
TURKEY
Super Lig
Aug. 7-9
Istanbul 1 Besiktas 1
Diyarbakir 2 Ankaragucu 2
Sivas 1 Trabzon 2
Antalya 1 Ankara 1
Gaziantep 2 Galatasaray 3
Manisa 0 Eskisehir 0
Bursa 2 Kasimpasa 1
Genclerbirligi 0 Kayseri 0
Denizli 0 Fenerbahce 2



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