Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba
Didier Drogba sets up Wesley Sneijder's goal in 1-0 win over Juventus to see Galatasaray reach the UEFA Champions League last 16.
Galatasaray exchange places with the Italian champions to sneak that second last 16 slot from Group B.
Wednesdays match Istanbul was the restart of Tuesdays abandoned match at the same venue after a hail storm for the game to be called off in the 31st minute.
Like on Tuesday, Galatasaray showed very little that they could pull it off against Juventus who sporadically attacked knowing they needed just a draw to reach the last 16.
Jean Marie Dongou and Carlos Puyol
Goals for Oussama Assaidi and Maroune Chamakh helped their sides pull in three points in the English Premier League at the weekend.
Assaidi scored a dramatic late winner for Stoke against Chelsea, while Chamakh scored the second goal for Crystal Palace in the 2-0 win over Cardiff.
In France, Nigerian goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama was finally beaten, conceding his first goal in 1,062 minutes of play for Lille - ironically an own-goal by Simon Kjaer.
In Italy, Serie A title challengers AS Roma ended a run of four successive draws with an enthralling 2-1 win over Fiorentina on Sunday, helped by an inspirational display from Gervinho who set up both goals.
Lille goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama's magnificent unbeaten run in the French Ligue 1 finally came to an end today as his side narrowly lost 1:0 at Bordeaux.
The Nigeria stopper was beaten after 1,062 minutes of play in the French topflight when Cameroon midfielder Landry N'Guemo netted for the resurgent Bordeaux in the 27th minute.
Enyeama had been unbeaten in 11 Ligue 1 games previously, a run that stretches back to September 15.
Nonetheless he enters the history books in France as the glovesman with the second longest unbeaten run after Frenchman Gaetan Huard went a stunning 13 games, and 1,179 minutes, in the 1992-93 season.
Ex-Portsmouth defender, Sam Sodje, is one of three men under investigation for their alleged involvement in football match-fixing in England.
The 34-year-old was caught in an undercover footage by English newspaper, Sun on Sunday, claiming he got himself red-carded in a League One game between Oldham Athletic and Portsmouth this year for punching an opponent.
Sodje claimed he earned £70,000 for the alleged act and boasted he could influence events in games in exchange for cash.
"Okay listen. This is when I was playing. Do you know how much I got for that? £70k. Do you know how much I got fined? I got fined 10 grand and I missed six games.
Congo DR youngster Clarck N'Sikulu and experienced Senegal poacher Modou Sougou scored for hosts Evian TG as they shocked French Ligue 1 leaders PSG 2:0 on Wednesday night.
The defeat ended the big-spending PSG's 26-game unbeaten run.
21-year-old Clarck N'Sikulu had only been on the pitch four minutes when he rammed home a rebound from a Sougou shot in the 75th minute, after Ghana international Jonathan Mensah robbed Argentina's Javier Pastore of the ball and started a counterattack.
Modou Sougou then grabbed his third goal of the campaign three minutes from time to seal the points for the lowly Evian.
Four Nigerians are included on the Confederation of African Football's (Caf) reduced shortlist of ten nominees for its 2013 Player of the Year award.
John Mikel Obi, goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama, Emmanuel Emenike and Ahmed Musa all helped the Super Eagles win the Africa Cup of Nations in February.
The reigning Caf Player of the Year, Yaya Toure of Ivory Coast, is also in the running to retain his crown to add to the BBC award he won earlier in the week.
Egypt's Mohamed Aboutrika is on the reduced lists for both African Player of the Year and and the award for Africa-based footballer, which he won last year.