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Round-up of action from Eastern Europe

BELGRADE, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Round-up of weekend's action in Eastern Europe.

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO - Leaders Red Star Belgrade beat city rivals Vozdovac 2-0 to stay three points ahead of champions Partizan Belgrade, who kept up the pressure in the two-way title race with a 6-0 home drubbing of Habitfarm Ivanjica.

Striker Dusan Djokic scored in the first minute of his debut for Red Star against his former club and midfielder Bosko Jankovic sealed the win with a spectacular free kick.

Partizan's Srdjan Radonjic netted a hat-trick, including two penalties, strike partner Danko Lazovic added a brace and teenager Stefan Babovic completed the rout.

Zeta Golubovci slipped one place down to fifth with a 3-1 defeat at Banatski Dvor.

CROATIA - Dinamo Zagreb came from behind to trounce NK Zagreb 4-1 and maintain an 11-point advantage over second-placed Rijeka, who beat champions Hajduk Split 1-0.

Two solo efforts from Eduardo da Silva, a crisp finish by Brazilian striker Anderson Costa and an Ivan Bosnjak penalty in the second half lifted Dinamo after Ivan Parlov gave the visitors a 44th-minute lead.

Igor Novakovic sent the Rijeka faithful into raptures after his deflected cross in the 89th minute found its way past goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa and settled the coastal derby.

The defeat left Hajduk in eight place, perilously close to slipping into the relegation playoffs involving the bottom six in the 12-team first division.

CZECH REPUBLIC - Front-runners Slovan Liberec beat beleaguered champions Sparta Prague 2-1 to stay eight points ahead of closest rivals Slavia Prague, who won 2-0 at fifth-placed Jablonec.

Filip Dort's calm finish after racing clear of his markers and Jan Holenda rounded off a good team move either side of Mauro Lustrinelli's equaliser to give Liberec the win.

Sparta are enduring their worst season in recent history as the result left the 32-time champions in the bottom half of the table, only four points above the relegation zone.

Pavel Fort scored early in the game and Karel Pitak added a second four minutes from time to lift Slavia above third-placed Teplice on goal difference. Teplice entertain Pribram later on Monday.