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Paris suffer hangover, City slump to loss

Paris Saint-Germain's superb week ended on a low and Manchester City FC also tasted defeat, while the top two won in Spain and FC Bayern München impressed.

Weekend review: 14-15 March ©AFP/Getty Images

After the dizzying high of their heroics at Stamford Bridge, Paris Saint-Germain suffered a sobering return to domestic duties on Sunday, losing to FC Girondins de Bordeaux in the race for the Ligue 1 crown. Elsewhere, Manchester City FC's own title hopes were also damaged by defeat, while the top two won in Spain and both Juventus and FC Bayern München stretched their leads.

• Olivier Giroud kept up his scoring form as Arsenal FC closed within a point of second-placed Manchester City with a 3-0 home success against West Ham United FC.
• Anthony Martial found the net twice as AS Monaco FC eased past nine-man SC Bastia, a 3-0 result maintaining their position in fourth.
Monaco v Arsenal:17 March (First leg: Arsenal 1-3 Monaco)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen made light work of VfB Stuttgart on Friday evening, Josip Drmić finding the target twice as the Werkself maintained their push for a top-four spot.
Club Atlético de Madrid lost Miranda to a red card and could not retake third from Valencia CF, playing out a 0-0 draw at RCD Espanyol.
Atlético v Leverkusen: 17 March (First leg: Leverkusen 1-0 Atlético)

Manchester City FC's title defence suffered a further dent as they lost 1-0 at lowly Burnley FC, with the Premier League champions now six points adrift of Chelsea FC.
• Lionel Messi took his tally of Liga goals this season to 32 after scoring both in FC Barcelona's 2-0 win at SD Eibar, the Catalan club staying a point clear at the summit.
Barcelona v Manchester City: 18 March (First leg: City 1-2 Barcelona)

Juventus made it 11 matches unbeaten away from home by winning 1-0 at US Città di Palermo, stretching their Serie A advantage to 14 points over AS Roma in the process.
Borussia Dortmund were frustrated in a 0-0 draw at home to 1. FC Köln, their second successive goalless stalemate in the German top flight leaving them tenth overall.
Dortmund v Juventus: 18 March (First leg: Juventus 2-1 Dortmund)

Gareth Bale starred for Madrid
Gareth Bale starred for Madrid©Getty Images

Quarter-finalists
Real Madrid CF kept pressure on Barcelona by dispatching Levante UD 2-0, Gareth Bale weighing in with a pair of strikes.
• Vincent Aboubakar handed FC Porto a 1-0 success against FC Arouca, despite the home side losing goalkeeper Fabiano to a 12th-minute red card.
Paris Saint-Germain fell back to earth after their round of 16 triumph against Chelsea FC in a 3-2 reverse at FC Girondins de Bordeaux, Zlatan Ibrahimović equalising twice in a losing effort.
FC Bayern München extended their lead at the Bundesliga summit to 14 points after Thomas Müller's stunning first-half strike set up a 4-0 win at SV Werder Bremen.

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