BELGRADE, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Round-up of the weekend soccer action in eastern Europe.
SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO - Red Star Belgrade beat champions and arch rivals Partizan 2-0 to go top of the table a point ahead of OFK Belgrade, who lost 1-0 at Vojvodina Novi Sad after teenager Igor Djuric volleyed home.
Aleksandar Lukovic scored from the spot to put Red Star in front and then Marko Perovic rifled in a superb injury time effort.
The fixture, which has a history of crowd trouble, was violence-free this time after Partizan fans boycotted the match in a bid to force senior officials to resign.
Partizan slipped to third, three points off the pace.
RUSSIA - CSKA Moscow edged Rubin Kazan 2-1 to go top on goal difference from out of form champions and city rivals Lokomotiv, who have let a seven-point lead slip in the last five games.
Nigerian defender Chidi Odia fired CSKA ahead with a deflected 11th-minute shot and skipper Sergey Ignashevich scored from close range before Alexander Bukharov pulled one back with a header.
Lokomotiv were held to a 0-0 draw by Shinnik Yaroslavl.
Spartak Moscow stayed third, four points off the pace, with a 1-1 home draw against Zenit St Petersburg after their Serbian defender Nemanja Vidic netted a late penalty to cancel out Andrey Arshavin's goal.
CZECH REPUBLIC - Jiri Masek scored twice as Teplice crushed Jihlava 4-0 to go three points clear at the top of the table.
Champions Sparta Prague warmed up for their Champions league clash against Arsenal with a 5-2 defeat of Blsany.
Tomas Polacek opened the scoring for Sparta with a blistering volley and captain Martin Petras completed it with a rasping first-time shot from the edge of the penalty box.
POLAND - Champions Wisla Krakow went down 2-1 at Zaglebie Lubin but stayed top two points ahead of Lech Poznan, who were held to a 0-0 draw at Gornik Leczna.
Michal Cablinski drove home a 25th-minute penalty and David Kalousek made it 2-0 for Zaglebie before Marek Zienczuk netted a from the spot for Wisla.
BULGARIA - Moroccan international Murad Hidoued scored a hat-trick to help champions CSKA Sofia to a 7-0 win over Beroe Stara Zagora and keep them four points ahead of their nearest rivals.
Hidoued netted with a fierce shot from 15 metres, a stunning volley and a brilliant free kick, while Gijom Da Zaadi added two goals as CSKA recorded their seventh league win in eight matches.
Two goals from Valeri Domovchiiski helped Levski Sofia to a 3-1 win over city rivals Lokomotiv and enable them to take over second spot on goal difference.
CROATIA - Dinamo Zagreb snatched a 1-0 win at home against bottom team Pula with a 77th-minute goal from midfielder Mathias Chago to stay four points clear at the top.
Two goals from Igor Novakovic and one each by striker Ahmad Sharbini and Davor Vugrinec gave second-placed Rijeka a 4-1 home win against Medjimurje.
Champions Hajduk Split are fourth, 12 points off the pace, after a 0-0 draw at Slaven Belupo.
HUNGARY - Goals from Akos Koller and Illes Sitku gave leaders Videoton a 2-0 win at Pecs to keep them three points ahead of Ujpest, who beat struggling Budapest rivals Ferencvaros 2-1.
Krisztian Vermes and Zoltan Kovacs scored for Ujpest late in the game to cancel out an Attila Bojte own goal.
SLOVAKIA - Spartak Trnava's lead was cut to three points after they were held to a 0-0 draw at Trencin.
Two goals from Erik Jendrisek helped second-placed Ruzomberok to a 3-1 home win against bottom team Puchov. Jan Nezmar added the third.
Title holders Artmedia Bratislava were held to a 1-1 home draw by Zilina and slipped to third, a point behind Ruzomberok.
ROMANIA - Leaders Steaua Bucharest romped to a 4-1 win at third-placed Farul Constanta to stay a point ahead of Dinamo Bucharest, who hammered CFR Cluj 5-0.
Victorias Iacob grabbed two for Steaua while Nicolae Dica and Gabriel Bostina scored a goal each.
Dinamo Bucharest struggled to break down a stubborn Cluj side in the first half but the floodgates opened after Stefan Grigorie's 43rd minute opener.
UKRAINE - Champions and leaders Shakhtar Donetsk won 2-0 win at Vorskla Poltava to stay two points ahead of traditional rivals Dynamo Kiev, who were 1-0 winners over FC Kharkiv.
Shakhtar's Brazilian midfielder Matuzalem set up the goals for captain Anatoly Tymoshchuk and compatriot Evaverson Brandao.