Paris and Monaco soar, Bayern, Dortmund denied

2 Oct


Group A
Paris Saint-Germain
2-0 Bordeaux
(Cavani 3 30)
A header and a clever flick from Edinson Cavani took him on to 11 goals in eight competitive matches this season and ensured Paris returned to winning ways in Ligue 1. Hatem Ben Arfa returned from injury late on.






Burnley v Arsenal
Sunday 17:30CEST

Basel 1-1 Thun (Callà 90, Tosetti 35)
Basel’s perfect start to the Swiss Super League season has ended in game ten but they still go into the international break with a double-figure points lead. They also remain unbeaten as Davide Callà came off the bench to equalise.

Ludogorets Razgrad v Neftochimic Burgas
Sunday 19:00CEST

Group B
Atalanta v Napoli
Sunday 15:00CEST

Rizespor 0-1 Beşiktaş (Adriano 90+3)
Substitue Adriano picked a perfect time to get his first goal since joining Beşiktaş from Barcelona as the unbeaten Eagles went top, at least overnight. The Brazilian produced a rocket from outside the box to finally do down their lowly hosts.

Dynamo Kyiv v Zirka Kirovograd
Sunday 18:30CEST

Benfica v Feirense
Sunday 17:00CEST

Group C
Celta Vigo v Barcelona
Sunday 20:45CEST

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Sunday 15:15CEST

Dundee 0-1 Celtic (Brown 47)
Celtic remain unbeaten and clear at the top in Scotland after Scott Brown curled the ball in when Moussa Dembélé’s initial effort was blocked. It could have been more as Celtic dominated Dundee by 16 shots to two.

Schalke v Borussia Mönchengladbach
Sunday 17:30CEST

Group D
Valencia v Atlético Madrid
Sunday 12:00CEST

David Alaba & Thomas Müller (Bayern)©Getty Images

Bayern München 1-1 Köln (Kimmich 40; Modeste 63)
Bayern’s perfect start to the Bundesliga season has been ended in match six, four games earlier than 2015/16. Having lost 2-1 at Atlético Madrid on Wednesday, Bayern took the lead through Joshua Kimmich’s diving header. However, Anthony Modeste’s fifth league goal of the season ensured Köln maintained their unbeaten record on Saturday.

Rostov v CSKA Moskva
Sunday 18:00CEST

Heerenveen 1-1 PSV Eindhoven (Zeneli 72; St Juste 75og)
A cross from Gastón Pereiro ricocheted in the Heerenveen box before bouncing in off Jerry St Juste to give PSV a point against their fellow high-fliers, though they missed the chance to put pressure on leaders Feyenoord.

Group E
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Sunday 15:15CEST

Javier Hernández (Leverkusen)©Getty Images

Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Borussia Dortmund (Mehmedi 10, Hernández 79)
Admir Mehmedi’s header and a late goal on the break from Javier Hernández on Saturday moved Leverkusem to within six points of leaders Bayern. Bernd Leno had a fine game in the Leverkusen goal.

Rostov v CSKA Moskva
Sunday 18:00CEST

Metz 0-7 Monaco (Lemar 7, Germain 23, Bernardo Silva 39, Fabinho 68pen, Carrillo 72 83, Boschilia 89)
Monaco produced their biggest ever Ligue 1 away win on Saturday to go top, at least until Nice play on Sunday. Metz did have a player sent off on the hour but they were already three down by then.

Group F
Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Borussia Dortmund (Mehmedi 10, Hernández 79)
Dortmund are down to third and four points behind Bayern despite having most of the play at Leverkusen wih 70% possession and a 9-1 advantage in corners.

Real Madrid v Eibar
Sunday 16:15CEST

Ruben Ferreira (Vitoria SC) & Gelson Martins (Sporting CP)©Getty Images

Guimarães 3-3 Sporting CP (Marega 74pen 75, Tiquinho 89; Marković 29, Coates 41, Elías 70)
Sporting let a three-goal lead slip on Saturday in an early blow to their Liga title hopes. Moussa Marega, on loan from Porto, overcame a disappointing first half to turn the game after the break. Jorge Jesus said: “When Sporting went 3-0 up, no one could think that this would happen.”

Legia Warszawa 3-0 Lechia Gdańsk (Guilherme 49 58, Nikolić 70)
Legia have their first victory under new coach Jacek Magiera as they put their winless September behind them against a side that began the weekend as joint leaders. Guilherme had not scored since the Polish Super Cup in July before his swift two-goal burst on Saturday.

Group G
Leicester City v Southampton
Sunday 15:15CEST

Viborg v København
Sunday 16:00CEST

Nacional – Porto (Jota 11 38 44, André Silva 58)
Diogo Jota scored his first senior hat-trick before half-time to get off the mark for Porto and send them level on points with Benfica and Sporting, at least overnight. Jota, 19, is on loan from Atlético Madrid, who he joined this year from Paços de Ferreira.

Club Brugge v Gent
Sunday 14:30CEST

Group H
Empoli v Juventus
Sunday 12:30CEST

Sevilla 2-1 Alavés (Ben Yedder 74 90; Laguardia 84)
Wissam Ben Yedder scored the winner that beat Lyon 1-0 on Tuesday and he was at it again on Saturday to lift Sevilla to level with leaders Real Madrid, at least until Sunday’s games. Ben Yedder’s clincher came in the final second of normal time, tapping in after a great run and cut-back by Vitolo.

Lyon v St-Étienne
Sunday 20:45CEST

Dinamo Zagreb v Hajduk Split
Sunday 17:00CEST

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