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Beşiktaş forge on, Monaco miss their cue

Kerim Frei struck twice in the Turkish Cup as Beşiktaş maintained their unbeaten start to the season while Monaco were held in Tuesday night's games.

Monaco could not build on Guido Carrillo's opener at Dijon
Monaco could not build on Guido Carrillo's opener at Dijon ©AFP/Getty Images

Darıca Gençlerbirliği 1-2 Beşiktaş (Goktas 63; Kerim Frei 61 86)
The Black Eagles are now unbeaten in regular time in 18 competitive games from their opening league game this season (W10 D8), Kerim Frei scoring his first goals of the campaign in their opening Turkish Cup group stage game: a stylish run and thunderous shot for the opener, and a deft lift for the late winner.

Dijon 1-1 Monaco (Sammaritano 87; Carrillo 17)
Monaco moved above Nice on goal difference to top Ligue 1, but could end Wednesday in third if Paris and Nice win their matches. Monaco looked set for a sixth successive win in all competitions when Guido Carrillo tucked away the loose ball after Djibril Sidibé's shot was fumbled by the Dijon goalkeeper.

Porto 0-0 Belenenses
The Dragons sent out a much-changed side for their opening game in Group B of the Portuguese League Cup, but despite their guests having a player sent off on 41 minutes, were unable to break the deadlock. Twice runners-up, Porto have yet to win the competition.

København 4-0 Viborg (Greguš 27 82, Kusk 38, Ankersen 72)
Yet to lose in 19 league games this season, København are now 12 points clear of the chasing pack. Ján Greguš's first goals since his summer arrival from Jablonec came either side of Kasper Kusk's first since September and a maiden FCK strike from another recent signing, Peter Ankersen.

Eupen 3-2 Club Brugge (Luis García 22, Onyekuru 48, Blondelle 90; Vanaken 61, Vossen 66)
Winners in 2015 and losing finalists in 2016, Club Brugge failed to make it to this season's Belgian Cup quarter-finals after conceding at the death against Eupen. Michel Preud'homme's side went 2-0 down, Hans Vanaken and Jelle Vossen (who scored four in the league on Friday) striking back.