In wintery Poland, Lech Poznan continued their pursuit of Ekstraklasa leaders Legia Warsaw with a 2-0 win at Pogon Szczecin on Monday.
Chasing a first title since 2010, a defeat would have seen Lech fall seven points behind Warsaw after 20 games.
Pogon on the other hand are struggling near the foot of the table, so it was no surprise when Lech went ahead inside the first half hour through Lukasz Teodorczyk, who released Marcin Kaminski, who made no mistake with his left foot.
Pogon came out more positively after the break, but were immediately stunned on the counter-attack.
Bulgarian Aleksandar made the most of the space on the edge of the area to fire home past Dusan Pernis.