Luka Racic scored for HB Køge at the weekend as he helped them to a 2-1 win over Esbjerg in the Danish First Division.
Luka and his side had to come from behind to claim the win as the away side went ahead on 13 minutes. Køge hit back through Luka soon after as he headed home from around 12 yards out. Marko Stamenic then slotted in from the spot to give them the win shortly before half-time. Next up for the side is Fremad Amager on Friday.
Staying in Denmark and looking to the Danish Superliga, there was 81 minutes of game time for Mads Bidstrup as his FC Nordsjælland side were held to a 1-1 draw at home by OB. The opener didn’t come until the 86th minute when Andreas Schjelderup looked like he’d given Nordsjælland the points. Their opponents hit back in the 92nd minute through Issam Jebali for OB.
There were also minutes for Joel Valencia and Halil Dervişoğlu at the weekend as Joel featured for 70 minutes as his AD Alcorcón side won 3-0 against Real Zaragoza. As for Halil, he played the final 10 minutes for Galatasaray as they drew 0-0 away at Adana Demirspor.
Looking to Australia, Lachlan Brook's Adelaide United locked down fourth place in the A-League Mens table with victory over Western United. They are now set for A-League Mens Finals in the coming days. The side fell behind on five minutes but quickly equalised on 14 minutes. They then grabbed the winner on 51 minutes through Ryan Kitto to take the points in a game where Lachlan played the final 29 minutes.
In England there was 90 minutes of game time for Ellery Balcombe as his Bromley side drew 2-2 with Dover Athletic at home. Bromley were ahead up until the 81st minute after a Chris Bush opener. Danny Collinge then levelled things for Dover before Corey Whitely then put Bromley back in front on 90 minutes as it looked like they would take all the points, but for another Collinge goal three minutes into stoppage time. Bromley are at home to Altrincham on Saturday.
In the Sky Bet Championship, neither Marcus Forss nor Charlie Goode got game time for Hull City and Sheffield United respectively. Hull drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest in a game which saw both goals come after the 90th minute, whilst Charlie's Sheffield United confirmed their Play-Off place with a convincing win over Fulham.