Higuaín shows class, Ronaldo turns on the style

Gonzalo Higuaín classily declined to celebrate a winner against his old club and Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first Madrid treble of the season as UEFA.com tracks the contenders' weekend form.

Higuaín shows class, Ronaldo turns on the style
Higuaín shows class, Ronaldo turns on the style ©Getty Images

Group A
Sunderland 1-4 Arsenal (Defoe 65p; Alexis Sánchez 19 78, Giroud 71 76)
The Gunners are unbeaten in 14 in all competitions, Olivier Giroud coming on against the Premier League's bottom side to score his first club goals of the season. Aaron Ramsey's substitute appearance was his first outing since the campaign opener.

LOSC 0-1 Paris (Cavani 65)
Edinson Cavani fired in from Ángel Di María's cross for his 18th goal of the season for club and country. Paris are unbeaten in six in all competitions (W5 D1).

Grasshoppers 0-2 Basel(Delgado 17 22p)
Basel remain unbeaten in 13 Swiss league games this season following a routine success in Zurich, Matías Delgado getting his sixth and seventh goals of the season.

Dunav 3-5 Ludogorets (Budinov 14, Shopov 33, Patev 66; Keșerü 15 30 74, Wanderson 45, Cafú 90)
Claudiu Keșerü took his goal tally to seven in three matches in all competitions as Ludogorets racked up a seventh straight league win. Georgi Dermendzhiev's side have scored 34 goals in their first 11 league games.

José Callejón after scoring against Juventus
José Callejón after scoring against Juventus©Getty Images

Group B
Juventus 2-1 Napoli (Bonucci 50, Higuaín 70; Callejón 54)
The Old Lady's 22-game unbeaten home run continues, Gonzalo Higuaín classily declining to celebrate his stylish, low winner against his old side. Leonardo Bonucci had hammered in Juventus's opener after a wildly miscued Napoli clearance.

Gençlerbirliği 1-1 Beşiktaş (Gürler 27; Talisca 51)
Beşiktaş had won their previous three Super League games without conceding but fell behind and needed Talisca's fourth goal in five league matches to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign. The scorer later cracked a metatarsal bone.

Benfica 3-0 Paços Ferreira (Gonçalo Guedes 26, Salvio 64, Pizzi 87)
Gonçalo Guedes struck his first Liga goal since November 2015 and Eduardo Salvio scored for the fourth time in five matches to help Benfica to a seventh consecutive league victory.

Dynamo Kyiv 4-1 Karpaty (Besedin 18, Vida 28, Morozyuk 80, Orikhovskiy 84; Zayivskiy 86)
Following two consecutive league draws, Dynamo cut loose with 20-year-olds Artem Besedin and Pavlo Orikhovskiy both scoring their first goals for the club.

Rafinha after scoring for Barcelona
Rafinha after scoring for Barcelona©Getty Images

Group C
Barcelona 1-0 Granada (Rafinha 48)
Rafinha returned following a rib injury to score Barcelona's winner, darting in at the back post to get his fifth goal in six Liga appearances this season.

West Brom 0-4 Man. City (Agüero 19 28, Gündoğan 79 90)
City's six-game winless run ended with a bang, Sergio Agüero ending his own eight-match barren run with two goals before İlkay Gündoğan chipped in with his second and third strikes for his new club.

Mönchengladbach 0-0 Frankfurt
Oscar Wendt went closest for the hosts when his 72nd-minute drive was turned on to the bar, but the draw extended Mönchengladbach's winless Bundesliga run to four matches.

Aberdeen 0-1 Celtic(Rogic 23)
Tom Rogic's seventh strike of the season in all competitions – a fine half-volley from the edge of the box – won the battle of the top two in Scotland, the Hoops now unbeaten in 13 games in domestic competition.

Yannick Carrasco after scoring one of his two goals
Yannick Carrasco after scoring one of his two goals©AFP/Getty Images

Group D
4-2 Málaga (Carrasco 7 86, Gameiro 24 44; Sandro Ramírez 31, Camacho 64)
Diego Simeone's side prospered despite Stefan Savić's 60th-minute dismissal. Yannick Carrasco has scored six in his last four games, while Kévin Gameiro moved his Liga season total on to five goals.

Augsburg 1-3 Bayern (Koo Ja-Cheol 67; Lewandowski 19 48, Robben 21)
Bayern beat Augsburg 3-1 for the second time in four days, following a midweek home German Cup success. Robert Lewandowski scored twice to take his Bundesliga season tally to seven and also set up the second for Arjen Robben.

Amkar 1-0 Rostov (Kostyukov 44)
Mikhail Kostyukov's near-post header just before the break extended Rostov's winless run to four games (D1 L3). They have not scored a single goal during that unhappy spell.

Vitesse 0-2 PSV (Pereiro 12 90+3)
Gastón Pereiro struck twice to take his Eredivisie tally to five for the season. PSV have won only two of their last seven games in all competitions.

Group E
St-Étienne 1-1 Monaco (Perrin 18; Glik 5)
Kamil Glik charged into the box to finish from an early free-kick, but the trail went cold for Monaco thereafter as they went on to record their first Ligue 1 draw since the opening day of the season.

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester (Janssen 44p; Musa 48)
Spurs have not won in five games in all competitions – four of those games ending in draws – after Vincent Janssen's second penalty conversion in four days was not enough to unsettle fellow group-stage contenders Leicester.

Wolfsburg 1-2 Leverkusen(Arnold 37; Mehmedi 79, Jedvaj 83)
Tin Jedvaj's first goal since August 2014 clinched a comeback win for Leverkusen, who had not won in their previous four outings, and lost out to lower-league opponents on penalties in the German Cup in midweek.

Spartak Moskva 3-1 CSKA Moskva (Glushakov 19, Zé Luis 76 89; Strandberg 82)
Carlos Strandberg's second goal for the Army Men represented scant consolation as they lost their second Moscow derby in as many weekends, having gone down to Lokomotiv Moskva last time out.

Sead Kolašinac denies Christian Pulišić on the line
Sead Kolašinac denies Christian Pulišić on the line©Getty Images

Group F
Dortmund 0-0 Schalke
Dortmund are without a win in four Bundesliga games following a goalless Ruhr derby. Ousmane Dembélé hit the bar for Thomas Tuchel's side and a last-ditch challenge denied Christian Pulišić.

Alavés 1-4 Real Madrid (Deyverson 7; Ronaldo 17p 33 88, Morata 84)
Having picked up six in all competitions last season, Cristiano Ronaldo got his first club hat-trick of 2016/17 as Madrid recovered from an early setback. Álvaro Morata's strike was his fifth in his last four appearances.

Nacional 0-0 Sporting CP
William Carvalho had an eighth-minute penalty saved as Sporting failed to score for the first time in 22 matches and were held to a draw for a third successive league game.

Korona 2-4 Legia (Palanca 8pen, Grzelak 12; Guilherme 29, Nikolić 57, Prijovic 61 83)
Aleksandar Prijovic's first league double for Legia helped them record back-to-back top-flight wins for the first time since May. Miguel Palanca's 49th-minute red card proved pivotal as Legia turned the game around, Jacek Magiera's men adding a fourth despite having Michał Pazdan (70) dismissed.

Ahmed Musa receives treatment after scoring for Leicester
Ahmed Musa receives treatment after scoring for Leicester©Getty Images

Group G
Tottenham 1-1 Leicester (Janssen 44p; Musa 48)
Having scored his first Leicester goal last weekend, Ahmed Musa struck again at White Hart Lane. The Foxes have won just one of their last five Premier League games.

Midtjylland 1-3 København (Pušić 90; Santander 3 28, Cornelius 85)
The Danish top-flight leaders secured their third successive victory in all competitions and extended their unbeaten league run to 17 games in the process.

Setúbal 0-0 Porto
A stalemate ended Porto's run of four straight wins in all competitions. Oliver Torres and Diogo Jota missed decent first-half chances, but, on the positive side, Porto have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five outings.

Zulte Waregem 0-0 Club Brugge
Club Brugge were held to their second draw this season in all competitions. It was their first goalless game since a stalemate at Charleroi on 9 August 2015.

Leonardo Bonucci after smashing in Juve's opener
Leonardo Bonucci after smashing in Juve's opener©Getty Images

Group H
Juventus 2-1 Napoli (Bonucci 50, Higuaín 70; Callejón 54)
José Callejón sped in to get his seventh Serie A effort this term, but the Partenopei were denied a point by their former hero, Gonzalo Higuaín pointedly refusing to celebrate after scoring the winner against his old club.

Sporting Gijón 1-1 Sevilla(Moi Gómez 20; Vietto 4)
Luciano Vietto clipped in Sevilla's opener after a lightning-quick counter but their five-game winning streak in all competitions came to an end, Moi Gómez volleying in the equaliser.

Toulouse 1-2 Lyon(Jullien 26; Lacazette 15p 52)
Alexandre Lacazette leapfrogged Juninho Pernamubacano to go fourth in OL's all-time goalscorer rankings after taking his tally to 101 in Toulouse, Lyon ending a run of three straight losses in all competitions despite Rafael's dismissal.

Inter Zaprešić 0-1 Dinamo Zagreb (Ćorić 9)
Dinamo picked up a third straight victory, and have not conceded in five domestic games. Ante Ćorić got the only goal – his second in the league this season, and his second this week, having also registered against Bjelovar in the Croatian Cup.