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Goals by defender Charlie Mulgrew and midfielder Kris Commons in the 31st made it 2-0, and striker Gary Hooper completed the scoring in the 54th.
AMSTERDAM (AP) _ Theo Janssen converted a penalty kick in the 30th and Gregory van der Wiel scored a go-ahead goal in the 78th as defending champion Ajax beat Twente 2-1 to close in on the Dutch league title. Leroy Fer had tied the score in the 72nd.
Otman Bakkal scored in the 54th as Feyenoord beat AZ 1-0 to move into second, six points behind Ajax, which would clinch the title with a win Wednesday against VVV Venlo.
LISBON, Portugal (AP) _ Porto won the Portuguese league title after Benfica drew 2-2 at Rio Ave.
Porto holds a six-point lead over Benfica with two games to play but clinched its second straight title and sixth in seven years based on head-to-head record. Porto won 2-0 at Maritimo on Saturday.
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