Andrew Eleftheriou made his debut for loan side Sandefjord as they came back from a goal behind to draw 1-1 with Stabæk.

The full-Back went close to marking his debut with a low drive as the Norwegian side took a share of the spoils form their season opener.

Costel Pantilimon was unable to prevent Nottingham Forest going down to a 1-0 defeat against Brentford.

The keeper kept the Bees at bay for 81 minutes before Henrik Dalsgaard struck to break the home side’s resilience and leave them empty handed.

Tuesday’s loss made it back-to-back defeats for Forest after Pantilimon an co were beaten 1-0 by Middlesbrough on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Alex Jakubiak tasted defeat with Falkirk as they lost 1-0 at Inverness City in the Scottish Championship.

Having enjoyed a purple patch of form, in which Jakubiak found the net six times in seven outings, the 22-year-old has now gone five games without registering.

He also endured double defeat as Falkirk lost 2-1 to Dunfermline on Saturday and will look to bounce back against Dundee United next time out.

That match could see him come up against fellow Watford loanee Brandon Mason who was an unused sub as United beat St Mirren 1-0 in mid-week.

A Lionel Messi inspired Barcelona were far too strong for Nordin Amrabat’s Leganes as the Catalan’s eased to a 3-1 La Liga triumph.

The Argentine netted a hat-trick in a game which saw Amrabat make way at half-time.

Isaac Success was once again included in the Malaga starting line up last Friday and played 56 minutes of their loss to Deportivo La Coruna.

Malaga twice came back from a goal behind, but ultimately missed out on taking anything from the game as they lost 3-2.

They remain rooted to the foot of the La Liga table with seven game remaining.

Pontus Dahlberg’s IFK Gothenburg were on the receiving end of a late winner as they allowed a second half lead slip to lose 2-1 against Hammarby.

Mix Diskerud gave Gothenburg the lead on the hour, but an almost instant leveller from Bjorn Paulsen and 91st minute winner from Jiloan Hamad left them empty handed.

Dalhberg will look to bounce back from Tuesday’s loss with a victory against Osterund on Sunday.