UEFA.com works better on other browsers
For the best possible experience, we recommend using Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge.

Bayern win again, United go top, Messi injury

Robert Lewandowski broke another record as Bayern München continued their superb start, while Barcelona won at a cost and Manchester United went top: how the 32 teams got on.

Best of the weekend action: 25/26 September ©Getty Images

Group A
Olimpik Donetsk 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk
Shakhtar were behind twice but showed impressive resolve to win three points thanks to Alex Teixeira's 90th-minute winner. The Brazilian's 38th-minute penalty brought Shakhtar level for the first time before Darijo Srna matched his team-mate with another equalising spot kick 12 minutes from time. Both teams ended with ten as Teixeira won it at the death.

Nantes 1-4 Paris Saint-Germain
Paris consolidated their lead at the top of Ligue 1 but had to overturn a 1-0 half-time deficit. Zlatan Ibrahimović reduced arrears early in the second period to move to within one goal of Pauleta's club record of 109. Edinson Cavani was sent on and within ten minutes had his eighth goal of the season. Ángel Di María and Serge Aurier, opening his Ligue 1 account for Paris, completed the victory.

Halmstad 0-0 Malmö
Fourth-placed Allsvenskan champions Malmö remain six points adrift of the top three AIK Solna, IFK Göteborg and IFK Norrköping after being held by relegation-threatened Halmstad.

Real Madrid 0-0 Málaga
Madrid lost their Liga lead, falling behind Villarreal and Barcelona, after being frustrated by their visitors, who had Nordin Amrabat sent off with 13 minutes left for a challenge on Marcelo. Several times Cristiano Ronaldo came agonisingly close to claiming his 500th career goal, having 14 shots in all, as Madrid dominated in vain. Jesé was taken off injured on a stretcher.

Jesé leaves the pitch for Madrid
Jesé leaves the pitch for Madrid©AFP/Getty Images

Group B
Manchester United
3-0 Sunderland
United took full advantage of Manchester City's earlier defeat to go top of the Premier League, a point ahead of their neighbours. Memphis Depay broke the deadlock against the bottom team in first-half added time, and then Wayne Rooney moved level with Denis Law on 171 league goals for United 38 seconds past the break before Juan Mata made certain in the last minute.

Wayne Rooney enjoys his United goal
Wayne Rooney enjoys his United goal©Getty Images

Wolfsburg 1-1 Hannover
Having led Bayern München 1-0 at half-time only to go down 5-1 and concede their unbeaten Bundesliga record on Tuesday, Wolfsburg were pegged back again. They led at the break through Bas Dost but bottom side Hannover secured only their second point of the season thanks to Hiroshi Kiyotake, leaving Wolfsburg down in fourth. Luiz Gustavo missed the match due to a knee injury and is a doubt for the visit to United on Wednesday.

CSKA Moskva 1-1 Lokomotiv Moskva
CSKA remain unbeaten in the Russian Premier League but were held by their Moscow rivals as the clubs traded penalties. Seydou Doumbia's 16th-minute effort from the spot put the hosts ahead but five minutes later Baye Oumar Niasse's effort cancelled out the advantage, meaning leaders CSKA remain five points ahead of second-placed Lokomotiv.

PSV Eindhoven 2-1 NEC Nijmegen
Jürgen Locadia scored with 14 minutes left to give PSV victory and keep them within five points of leaders Ajax. Luuk de Jong's opener had been cancelled out by Christian Santos's penalty.

Group C
Irtysh Pavlodar 2-1 Astana
Astana's hopes of retaining the Kazakhstani title took a huge blow as a second straight defeat left them still four points adrift of Kairat Almaty, who they beat in midweek to make November's cup final. Astana were two down at the break through Alassane N'Diaye and Carlos Fonseca before Nemanja Maksimović pulled one back in the 51st minute, but Irtysh held on.

Galatasaray 2-1 Gaziantepspor
Galatasaray, who are without Burak Yılmaz for a month due to a hamstring injury, came from behind for victory. Muhammet Demir's early opener for the visitors was quickly cancelled out by Lukas Podolski and on 56 minutes Umut Bulut ended his wait for his first goal of the season.

Villarreal 1-0 Atlético Madrid
On-loan Atleti player Léo Baptistão scored the only goal against his parent club on 14 minutes to send Villarreal top. Atlético themselves could have gone first with victory but are fifth, four points behind Villarreal. Diego Simeone set a new record by coaching Atleti for a 211th consecutive game, taking the mark from Luis Aragonés, whose total of 611 matches came in multiple spells.

Benfica 3-0 Paços de Ferreira
Jonas made it seven goals in six Liga games as he scored twice, the first an astonishing curled left-footed shot in a comfortable win for Benfica. In between, 18-year-old Gonçalo Guedes got his first senior goal and set up Jonas's second. Benfica are now within two points of Porto and Sporting CP at the Liga summit.

Jonas and Gonçalo Guedes were Benfica's scorers
Jonas and Gonçalo Guedes were Benfica's scorers©AFP/Getty Images

Group D
Stuttgart 1-3 Borussia Mönchengladbach
Three days after getting off the Bundesliga mark by beating Augsburg 4-2, Mönchengladbach moved out of the relegation zone with a second victory under interim coach André Schubert. It was 2-0 to the visitors after 20 minutes as Granit Xhaka's opener was added to by a Christian Gentner own goal, and while Daniel Ginczek reduced arrears before the interval from the penalty spot, Raffael clinched victory just before full time.

Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 Manchester City
Kevin de Bruyne gave Manchester City a 25th-minute lead but after that it all went wrong for the visitors, who have fallen behind United at the Premier League summit. Eric Dier levelled just before the break and in the second half Toby Alderweireld, Harry Kane and Erik Lamela inflicted City's third defeat in four games, and second in a row in the Premier League having won their first five. Already without Vincent Kompany and Joe Hart, City lost Yaya Touré to injury in the second half.

Napoli got the better of Juventus
Napoli got the better of Juventus©AFP/Getty Images

Napoli 2-1 Juventus
Juve's four-match unbeaten run is over as they conceded 12th place to Napoli. Lorenzo Insigne got the 26th-minute opener after being set up by Gonzalo Higuaín, who made it 2-0 just past the hour. Mario Lemina immediately pulled one back for his first Juventus goal on loan from Marseille.

Sevilla 3-2 Rayo Vallecano
Sevilla ended their wait for a first Liga win of the season. Having led 2-0 at half-time through Kevin Gameiro and Steven N'Zonzi, Sevilla's advantage was wiped out but substitute Yevhen Konoplyanka scored his first Liga goal with four minutes left, not long after the visitors had lost Antonio Amaya to a second yellow card.

Group E
Barcelona 2-1 Las Palmas
Barecelona recovered from their 4-1 midweek loss at Celta Vigo as Luis Suárez struck twice for a victory that took them above Real Madrid into second, one point behind Villarreal, despite Jonathan Viera pulling one back late on. However, Lionel Messi went down with a knee injury in the fourth minute and soon after was substituted and taken to hospital with a suspected ligament problem which the club say will keep him out for seven to eight weeks.

Werder Bremen 0-3 Bayer Leverkusen
Leverkusen are up to fifth after goals from Admir Mehmedi, Julian Brandt and Kevin Kampl secured their second away win of the season.

Minsk 1-2 BATE Borisov (played Friday)
BATE took a major step towards a tenth straight Belarusian title with a comeback victory. The champions fell behind with 19 minutes to play only for Igor Stasevich and Nikolai Signevich to turn the game on its head within four minutes. They now lead Dinamo Minsk by 12 points with five fixtures left.

Roma 5-1 Carpi
Kostas Manolas, Miralem Pjanić, Gervinho, Mohamed Salah and Lucas Digne all scored but injuries are taking their toll on Roma. Seydou Keita had to leave the field after just 21 minutes with a muscular problem, and Edin Džeko had to be substituted during half-time with knee and ankle injuries. Francesco Totti, who replaced Džeko, lasted just six minutes before he too succumbed; the trio will undergo tests on Sunday to understand the extent of their injuries.

Group F
Mainz 0-3 Bayern München 
Fresh from his record-breaking five goals in nine minutes against Wolfsburg on Tuesday, Robert Lewandowski was at it again in the second half today as he struck twice in 12 minutes in Bayern's seventh straight league win this season, Kingsley Coman adding the third. Lewandowski's first made him the fastest non-German player to score 100 in the Bundesliga in his 168th appearance. Bayern's seven wins and +20 goal differences at the start of the season is also a league record.

Dinamo Zagreb 4-1 Osijek (played Friday)
Armin Hodžić scored twice in the first half as the home side extended their unbeaten run to 45 games in all competitions. Ángelo Henríquez struck in between Hodžić's efforts while Mario Musa made it 4-0 late on.

Alexis Sánchez's hat-trick made history
Alexis Sánchez's hat-trick made history©Getty Images

Leicester City 2-5 Arsenal
Arsenal moved into the top four with a superb display despite falling behind 13 minutes in to Jamie Vardy. Theo Walcott soon equalised and Alexis Sánchez was to get a hat-trick, the former Barcelona and Udinese man becoming the first player ever to have done so in the Premier League, Spanish Liga and Serie A. Vardy scored again but Olivier Giroud struck Arsenal's fifth in added time.

Olympiacos 5-1 PAS Giannina
Olympiacos now have five perfect wins in the Greek Super League as they blew away a visiting side that themselves had started the season well. Pajtim Kasami, Kostas Fortounis and Alberto Botía put Olympiacos 3-0 up at half-time and a Themis Tzimopoulos own goal and Jimmy Durmaz penalty extended the lead before Andi Lila's consolation. It was a 13th straight home league win for Olympiacos.

Group G
Maccabi Haifa 0-2 Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Maccabi Tel-Aviv moved to within two points of leaders Maccabi Petach-Tikva after a win at the bottom club. The goals came in the last eight minutes from Eden Ben Basat and Dor Peretz.

Dynamo Kyiv 2-0 Hoverla Uzhhorod
Dynamo remain three points clear of Shakhtar at the Ukrainian summit after Artem Kravets, brilliantly set up by Andriy Yarmolenko's back-heel pass, and Oleh Gusev scored either side of half-time to stretch their unbeaten league run to 37 games since April 2014.

Moreirense 2-2 Porto (played Friday)
Porto were forced to settle for a draw after twice letting a lead slip. Maicon and Jesús Manuel Corona both gave the visitors an advantage but the home side levelled twice after the break, including an 88th-minute André Fontes equaliser. However, Sporting CP were held at Boavista on Saturday, meaning Porto are still level at the top.

Newcastle United 2-2 Chelsea
Chelsea scored twice in the last 11 minutes to avert a defeat that would have left them within two points of the relegation zone. Ayoze Pérez and Georginio Wijnaldum had given winless Newcastle hope but Ramires reduced arrears from distance and Willian equalised with an 86th-minute free-kick.

Chelsea celebrate their equaliser
Chelsea celebrate their equaliser©AFP/Getty Images

Group H
Bordeaux 3-1 Lyon
Lyon are now eight points adrift of Paris after this defeat by a Bordeaux team that lost 6-1 at Nice in midweek. OL were three down at half-time and Claudio Beauvue got their only goal with 12 minutes left.

Valencia 1-0 Granada (played Friday)
Shkodran Mustafi scored the only goal as Valencia earned their first home league victory of the campaign. The Germany defender headed in Zakaria Bakkali's deep 24th-minute cross to hand Granada a fourth straight league reverse.

Spartak Moskva 2-2 Zenit
Zenit could not take advantage of the top two drawing as they too were held by fourth-placed Spartak and remain eight points adrift of CSKA. Twice Zenit had to equalise; Hulk's thunderbolt free-kick cancelled out Zé Luís's early opener and after Ivelin Popov's lob restored Spartak's lead, Artem Dzyuba levelled with three minutes left when the home side were temporarily down to ten men as Salvatore Bocchetti received treatment.

Waasland-Beveren 1-3 Gent
Unbeaten Gent were set on their way to a first away win this season when Stefan Mitrović turned in Danijel Milicevic's 15th-minute cross. Waasland-Beveren pushed hard but Thomas Matton added a second on 71 minutes and Laurent Depoitre swiftly scored another before a late Deni Milosevic consolation.