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Madrid make waves, Paris cop a cup

Cristiano Ronaldo hit his 38th Liga goal this term and there was silverware for Paris Saint-Germain, as UEFA.com rounds up all the quarter-finalists' weekend exploits.

Weekend review: 11-12 April ©Getty Images

Real Madrid CF cut FC Barcelona's lead at the top of the Spanish table to two points, Paris Saint-Germain won their first trophy of 2015, but Juventus suffered a humiliating defeat. UEFA.com charts the weekend fortunes of our UEFA Champions League quarter-final contenders.

Club Atlético de Madrid were grateful for Antoine Griezmann's contribution as he scored his third and fourth goals of April. The Frenchman gave his side the lead at Málaga CF and then salvaged a draw 12 minutes from time after a Fernando Torres own goal had earlier brought the hosts level.
Real Madrid CF were comfortable 3-0 victors against SD Eibar, Cristiano Ronaldo getting them on their way with his 38th Liga strike of the season. Javier Hernández then registered his first Madrid goal at the Santiago Bernabéu and Jesé completed the victory after the break.
Atlético v Madrid: 14 & 22 April

AS Monaco FC have clambered up to third in France after a 3-0 success at SM Caen. Anthony Martial's sixth goal in his last six Ligue 1 games put the principality side ahead at the break, and Bernardo Silva took centre stage thereafter, finishing off a short-corner move before making it 3-0 from Martial's assist.
Juventus suffered only their second league defeat of the campaign – and their first Serie A loss of 2015 – at bottom team Parma FC. José Mauri struck 15 minutes after the interval for Roberto Donadoni's side, with the Bianconeri resting several players. Massimiliano Allegri's men had not conceded in 431 minutes in Serie A prior to Mauri's effort.
Monaco v Juventus: 14 & 22 April

Paris Saint-Germain ran out 4-0 winners in the French League Cup final, SC Bastia coming unstuck after Sébastien Squillaci's early dismissal for a foul on Ezequiel Lavezzi in the box. Zlatan Ibrahimović converted the resulting penalty and volleyed the second, with substitute Edinson Cavani hitting two more in the closing stages.
FC Barcelona let a two-goal lead slip in drawing 2-2 at Sevilla FC. First-half strikes from Lionel Messi and Neymar moved the Liga leaders in front at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, but Éver Banega responded quickly before Kevin Gameiro's 83rd-minute equaliser for the fifth-placed team.
Paris v Barcelona: 15 & 21 April

Hernâni after scoring for Porto
Hernâni after scoring for Porto©AFP/Getty Images

FC Porto remain within three points of SL Benfica at the top of the Portuguese Liga after prevailing 3-1 at Rio Ave FC. Ricardo Quaresma broke the deadlock from the spot before Danilo curled in Porto's 100th goal of 2014/15 in first-half added time. Tarantini reduced the hosts' deficit, only for substitute Hernâni to confim the Dragons' victory with seven minutes left.
FC Bayern München kept up their punishing pace at the Bundesliga summit with a 3-0 home dismissal of Eintracht Frankfurt. Robert Lewandowski was responsible for the first two – and has now hit nine in his last eight Bundesliga outings – before Thomas Müller capped the result.
Porto v Bayern: 15 & 21 April