Real Madrid posted a hard-fought win at Eibar, Arsenal were held at Norwich and Roma lost again, after Saturday wins for Barcelona, Bayern München and Paris Saint-Germain.
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Eibar 0-2 Real Madrid (Bale 43, Ronaldo 82pen)
The Merengues kept themselves within six points of leaders Barcelona thanks to a hard-fought win. Gareth Bale headed in close to half-time and Cristiano Ronaldo settled the encounter from the spot, moving level with Hugo Sánchez as the joint third highest scorer in Liga history on 234 goals.
Paris 4-1 Troyes (Cavani 20, Ibrahimović 58pen, Kurzawa 67, Augustin 84; Ayasse 90+1)
It is nine league wins in a row for Paris after they saw off Troyes, Zlatan Ibrahimović's 58th-minute penalty taking his Ligue 1 total to 85 and making him the club's joint-leading league goalscorer alongside Mustapha Dahleb.
Hoverla 1-6 Shakhtar Donetsk (Khlyobas 16; Rakitskiy 9, Taison 28, Marlos 30, Ferreyra 35, Alex Teixeira 67 73pen)
Alex Teixeira continued his incredible run of form with another two goals to take his tally to 21 in 14 Ukrainian Premier League outings this term – and 12 in his last eight games in all competitions. The result kept the Pitmen level at the top of the standings with Dynamo Kyiv.
Malmö - the 2015 Allsvenskan season finished on 31 October.
Augsburg 0-0 Wolfsburg
Third in the Bundesliga, Wolfsburg had to make do with a point at struggling Augsburg – and ended the afternoon with ten men after centre-back Dante was dismissed towards the end.
Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United (Vardy 24; Schweinsteiger 45+1)
United were unable to prevent Jamie Vardy scoring in his 11th successive game to break Ruud van Nistelrooy's ten-match Premier League record, as the sides drew to leave the second-placed Foxes a point above Louis van Gaal's side, despite Bastian Schweinsteiger's first United goal.
PSV 3-0 AZ (Luckassen 3og, De Jong 15 41)
The Boeren remain four points off Eredivisie pacesetters Ajax following a comprehensive home win against ten-man AZ. A Derrick Luckassen own goal put the hosts in front early on and the defender was sent off with half an hour to go, Luuk De Jong having by that point slotted in his 12th and 13th league efforts this season.
Anji 1-1 CSKA Moskva (Maximov 55; Nababkin 10)
The Russian Premier League leaders are now winless in six games in all competitions after squandering a one-goal advantage at Anji. Kirill Nababkin gave the Army Men a tenth-minute lead before Ilya Maksimov levelled after the break.
Atlético 1-0 Espanyol (Griezmann 3)
Atlético kept their 20th clean sheet of 2015 – the highest total across Europe's top five league's – to pick up another three points courtesy of Antoine Griezmann's sixth Liga goal of the season. They remain four points off leaders Barcelona. There was a huge setback for Diego Simeone, however, as Tiago suffered a broken tibia in the first half.
Braga 0-2 Benfica (Kritsuk og 3, Lisandro 11)
Lisandro López was on target with his first goal for the club as Benfica leapfrogged their opponents into third. Defender Lisandro was making only his second appearance since August on Monday.
Kasımpaşa 2-2 Galatasaray (Hakan Arslan 32, Titi 76; Burak Yılmaz 13, Hakan Balta 51)
Mustafa Denizli's first game back as Galatasaray coach ended in disappointment as Cimbom twice relinquished the lead at Kasımpaşa. The Istanbul giants nonetheless moved within six points of frontrunners Beşiktaş.
Astana - the 2015 Kazakh Premier League season ended on 8 November.
Palermo 0-3 Juventus (Mandžukić 54, Sturaro 89, Zaza 90+3)
Juve's recovery continued with their fourth straight Serie A success as they lifted themselves up to fifth in the table – their highest position this season.
Manchester City 3-1 Southampton (De Bruyne 9, Delph 20, Kolarov 69; Long 49)
After two Premier League games without a victory, City returned to winning ways to go top of the Premier League table as Fabian Delph got his first goal since his summer move from Aston Villa.
Hoffenheim 3-3 Mönchengladbach (Zuber 11, Polanski 34, Nadiem Amiri 47; Johnson 5 87, Drmic 56)
Still undefeated in the Bundesliga under André Schubert, Gladbach dropped points for just the second time in the coach's nine-game league reign due to Fabian Johnson's equaliser three minutes from time.
Sevilla 1-0 Valencia (Escudero 50)
The UEFA Europa League champions hauled themselves up into the top half of the Liga table courtesy of a narrow win against nine-man Valencia. The visitors lost João Cancelo to a second yellow card after 35 minutes and debutant Sergio Escudero made them pay when he turned in an Éver Banega pass shortly after the restart, before Javi Fuego also saw red.
Barcelona 4-0 Real Sociedad (Neymar 22 53, Suárez 41, Messi 90+1)
Barcelona won without conceding for the fourth Liga game running – during which they have scored 13 – as Neymar, Luis Suárez and Lionel Messi all found the target.
Roma 0-2 Atalanta (Gómez 40, Denis 82pen)
Having lost 6-1 at Barcelona in midweek, Roma suffered another damaging defeat as Atalanta condemned them to a first home loss of the season. Alejandro Gómez struck the opener before Maicon's dismissal resulted in penalty which Germán Denis converted. The visitors were then reduced to nine men in the closing stages.
Leverkusen 1-1 Schalke (Riether 85og; Choupo-Moting 50)
Sixth in Germany, Leverkusen remain locked with Schalke on 21 points after salvaging a late point against the Königsblauen. It took an own goal to get it, though, the ball deflecting in off Sascha Riether after Ralf Fährmann had parried a Javier Hernández shot against his team-mate as time ticked down.
Mikashevichi 1-3 BATE (Sheryakov 51; Jevtić 17, Karnitski 39, Nikolić 42)
BATE safely made their way through to the last eight of the Belarusian Cup after completing an 8-1 aggregate success against their top-flight rivals.
Bayern München 2-0 Hertha (Müller 34, Coman 41)
Thomas Müller equalled his best Bundesliga tally for a season with his 13th of the campaign as Bayern made it a league record 40 points from the opening 14 matches.
Olympiacos 3-1 Asteras (Fortounis 73pen 80, Ideye 86; Giannou 90+3)
Olympiacos extended their perfect start to the campaign with an 11th straight win, though they had to wait until the 73rd minute before making their breakthrough. Kostas Fortounis led the way with his eighth league effort this season and then added his ninth, before Ideye Brown got in on the act.
Norwich 1-1 Arsenal (Grabban 43; Özil 30)
The Gunners missed the chance to sidle up alongside Manchester City at the Premier League summit after letting their lead slip at Norwich. Arsène Wenger's fourth-placed hopefuls lost both Laurent Koscielny and Alexis Sánchez to injury either side of Mesut Özil's second goal in two games.
Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 Lokomotiva Zagreb (Rog 5 72, Ćorić 78; Grezda 41)
Dinamo kept pace with Prva Liga leaders Rijeka after recording their third consecutive league success. Marko Rog notched two, one in each half, before highly rated teenage midfielder Ante Ćorić sealed the outcome.
Tottenham 0-0 Chelsea
The Blues kept their third clean sheet in a row in all competitions, but the stalemate at White Hart Lane left the defending champions 14 points adrift of the leaders, having won just four Premier League games this term.
Tondela 0-1 Porto (Brahimi 28)
Yacine Brahimi's stunning first-half strike was enough to earn the Dragons victory against bottom side Tondela, though the visitors were almost made to pay for missed chances when they conceded a late penalty. Iker Casillas came to the rescue.
Dynamo Kyiv 2-1 Chornomorets Odesa (González 43, Yarmolenko 47pen; Kovalets 86)
Dynamo trail Shakhtar by goal difference alone at the head of the class in Ukraine after securing their fifth successive league victory. Andriy Yarmolenko's penalty proved crucial in the end, the Ukraine winger having now registered in his last five games for club or country.
Maccabi Tel-Aviv 4-0 Bnei Yehuda (Azulay 55, Zahavi 69 75, Tal Ben Chaim 85)
Slaviša Jokanović's men kept themselves clear of Hapoel Beer Sheva FC thanks to a comprehensive victory, which featured a double from Eran Zahavi as the 28-year-old moved on to 14 league goals in 2015/16.
Genk 0-1 Gent (Milicevic 22)
A scorer in the matchday five win at Lyon on Tuesday, Danijel Milicevic got the only goal of the game at Genk as the Belgian First League leaders maintained their two-point advantage over second-placed Club Brugge.
Sevilla 1-0 Valencia (Escudero 50)
Los Che endured a miserable evening in Andalusia as they lost both João Cancelo and Javi Fuego to red cards, and suffered their fourth Liga reverse this term. Sergio Escudero plundered the winning effort as Sevilla closed within a point of their ninth-placed opponents.
Lyon 2-4 Montpellier (Lacazette 14, Ghezzal 84; Gonalons 8og, Rodrigue Ninga 11 48, Camara 80)
Les Gones suffered a second successive Ligue 1 loss on Friday night. Starting the evening 13 points behind leaders Paris, they quickly found themselves two down and ended up conceding four goals at home for the first time since May 2012.