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El Clásico level, Arsenal score five, Paris and City lose

El Clásico ended even thanks to a late intervention from Sergio Ramos, while Monaco, Spurs and Arsenal scored five each on a day when Paris and Manchester City suffered significant defeats.

El Clásico level, Arsenal score five, Paris and City lose
El Clásico level, Arsenal score five, Paris and City lose ©UEFA.com

Group A
Montpellier 3-0 Paris Saint-Germain (Lasne 42, Ellyes Skhiri 48, Boudebouz 80)
Paris were 12 matches unbeaten in all competitions, winning ten of them, prior to suffering their heaviest defeat in any competition in more than five years.

Alexis Sánchez struck a hat-trick on Saturday
Alexis Sánchez struck a hat-trick on Saturday©Getty Images

West Ham 1-5 Arsenal (Carroll 83; Özil 24, Alexis Sánchez 72 80 86, Oxlade-Chamberlain 84)
Alexis Sánchez has had a hand in 24 goals in his last 24 Premier League appearances (18 goals, six assists) following this hat-trick. The Gunners remain three points off the Premier League summit.

Ludogorets were not in action

Young Boys 3-1 Basel (Hoarau 6 51, Mbabu 79; Delgado 66pen)
Basel's 19-game unbeaten run in domestic competition came to an end despite their opponents going down to ten men in the first half.

Group B
Marítimo 2-1 Benfica (Ghazaryan 5, Maurício 69; Gonçalo Guedes 27)
Benfica's 23-match unbeaten league sequence was brought to a halt despite Gonçalo Guedes's third goal in four games.

Lorenzo Insigne laps up the acclaim
Lorenzo Insigne laps up the acclaim©AFP/Getty Images

Napoli 3-0 Inter Milan (Zieliński 2, Hamšík 5, Insigne 51)
Piotr Zieliński scored for the first time since May and Lorenzo Insigne notched his fourth goal in three Serie A games as Napoli won for only the second time in seven matches.

Fenerbahçe 0-0 Beşiktaş
The Black Eagles are now 20 games unbeaten in regulation time in 2016/17 but have won just three of their last eight fixtures in all competitions.

Vorskla 2-2 Dynamo Kyiv (Tursunov 15, Rebenok 34; Sydorchuk 5, Yarmolenko 14pen)
Andriy Yarmolenko, previously without a Dynamo goal since July, now has two in two.

Luis Suárez celebrates his opener for Barcelona
Luis Suárez celebrates his opener for Barcelona©Getty Images

Group C
Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid (Suárez 53; Ramos 90)
The hosts looked set to halve Madrid's lead at the Liga summit to three points, but ultimately had to settle for a fourth domestic draw in a row.

Manchester City 1-3 Chelsea (Cahill 45 og; Costa 60, Willian 70, Hazard 90)
City were overrun by the Premier League leaders in the second half, their misery compounded by the dismissals of both Sergio Agüero and Fernandinho deep into added time.

Dortmund 4-1 Mönchengladbach (Aubameyang 7 68, Piszczek 15, Dembélé 64; Raffael 6)
Gladbach took the lead early on but are now without a win in seven in all competitions.

Motherwell 3-4 Celtic (Moult 3 35, Ainsworth 71; McGregor 48, Roberts 70, Armstrong 72, Rogic 90)
Celtic, who had not conceded in eight domestic matches prior to Saturday, are now unbeaten in 18 in domestic competition.

Atlético were held by Espanyol
Atlético were held by Espanyol©AFP/Getty Images

Group D
Atlético Madrid 0-0 Espanyol
Atlético have kept four successive clean sheets but remain nine points adrift of capital rivals Real Madrid at the Liga summit.

Mainz 1-3 Bayern München (Córdoba 4; Lewandowski 8 90+1, Robben 21)
Bayern conceded in an eighth straight competitive game for the first time since 2011 but turned the game around with Arjen Robben heading in either side of Robert Lewandowski's eighth and ninth league goals this term.

Rostov 0-0 Zenit
This was Rostov's fourth goalless draw of the season.

Roda 0-0 PSV
PSV have won only three of their last 13 fixtures in all competitions following their third stalemate of the campaign.

Monaco were in prolific form once again
Monaco were in prolific form once again©AFP/Getty Images

Group E
Monaco 5-0 Bastia (Mbappé 10, Lemar 66, Falcao 68 73, Carrillo 79)
Monaco are ten games unbeaten in all competitions and have won six of their last seven matches. Radamel Falcao has seven Ligue 1 goals this term.

Leverkusen 1-1 Freiburg (Hakan Çalhanoğlu 60; Haberer 30)
Hakan Çalhanoğlu's fourth Bundesliga goal of the campaign earned Leverkusen a point, though they are now without a victory in four matches.

Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Swansea (Kane 39pen 49, Son 45+1, Eriksen 70 90+2)
Harry Kane celebrated his new contract with two goals – he now has seven in his last six appearances, including four penalties – as Spurs recorded their biggest league win since February 2012.

CSKA Moskva 4-0 Ural (Traoré 25 35, Natcho 38pen, Chalov 40)
CSKA had won just three of their last 14 games in all competitions prior to recording their biggest victory since April.

Group F
Dortmund 4-1 Mönchengladbach (Aubameyang 7 68, Piszczek 15, Dembélé 64; Raffael 6)
Having lost for the first time in ten games last weekend, Dortmund bounced back with the help of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's seventh and eighth goals in his last five club appearances.

Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid (Suárez 53; Ramos 90)
It is now 33 games unbeaten in all competitions for Madrid thanks to captain Sergio Ramos's third Liga effort of the campaign.

Sporting CP 2-0 Setúbal (William Carvalho 6, Bruno César 36)
William Carvalho's first league strike since April helped Sporting to a third straight Liga victory; they had drawn three in a row prior to that run.

Legia Warszawa 2-2 Wisla Plock (Nikolić 10, Hämäläinen 56; Furman 63 Sylwestrzak 78)
Legia were denied a sixth successive league victory for the first time since May 2014 after conceding twice in the final 27 minutes.

Group G
Sunderland 2-1 Leicester City (Huth 64 og, Defoe 77; Okazaki 80)
The champions have now lost seven of their 14 Premier League matches this term, four more defeats than they suffered in the whole of their title-winning campaign.

Porto 1-0 Braga (Rui Pedro 90+5)
Porto looked set for a fifth goalless draw in their last six games before Rui Pedro's dramatic winner – the Dragons' first goal in 520 minutes – on his Liga debut.

København 1-0 Randers (Falk 13)
The runaway Danish top-flight leaders have lost just one of their last 34 matches in all competitions following Rasmus Falk's fifth league strike of the season.

Club Brugge 2-0 Oostende (Izquierdo 58, Vossen 90+4pen)
Jelle Vossen has eight goals in his last six appearances after wrapping up only the hosts' third win in their last eight outings in all competitions.

Juve salute their fans after victory
Juve salute their fans after victory©AFP/Getty Images

Group H
Juventus 3-1 Atalanta (Alex Sandro 15, Rugani 19, Mandžukić 64; Freuler 82)
Juventus have won their last 24 home league matches – one victory shy of the Serie A record they set between 31 August 2013 and 30 November 2014.

Granada 2-1 Sevilla (Pereira 27, Lombán 56; Ben Yedder 90+5pen)
Wissam Ben Yedder's third goal in his last two appearances was too little, too late for Sevilla.

Metz a-a Lyon
Match abandoned due to crowd disturbance.

Dinamo Zagreb 1-1 Rijeka (Sigali 77; Gorgon 51)
Rijeka's Alexander Gorgon was sent off soon after scoring to give Dinamo a helping hand in extending their unbeaten domestic run to 12 fixtures.