The weekend in pictures

  • Atletico's Draw in the Derby & More
    1/15 In a weekend full of emotions, Atletico Madrid took a point against Real in the Madrid Derby, while Ibrahimovic became PSG's top scorer. Juve is back to winning mode in Serie A.
  • AC Milan 0-4 Napoli
    2/15 AC Milan 0-4 Napoli: Mihajlovic's men humiliated by Insigne & Co.: Lorenzo Insigne scored twice as Napoli turned on the style to continue a fine run of form in a 4-0 rout at Milan. Napoli opened the score after Cristian Zapata's woeful defensive clearance led to a swift counter-attack that was clinically finished by Allan. But there was no luck about the second goal shortly after the break as Insigne combined brilliantly with the impressive Gonzalo Higuain before bending home. Insigne was celebrating again in the 67th minute after netting an excellent 30-yard free-kick, before Rodrigo Ely's own goal summed up Milan's misery.
  • Juventus 3-1 Bologna
    3/15 Juventus 3-1 Bologna: Khedira opens Bianconeri account: Sami Khedira scored his first goal for Juventus as they cruised to a 3-1 win over Bologna. The visitors took a shock early lead through Anthony Mounier, but posed virtually no attacking threat from that point onwards. Alvaro Morata headed in an equaliser prior to half-time and won a penalty after the break, which was converted by Paulo Dybala. The forward then set up his former Real Madrid team-mate Khedira, who headed home on his league debut.
  • Juventus 3-1 Bologna
    4/15 Juventus 3-1 Bologna: Khedira opens Bianconeri account: Sami Khedira scored his first goal for Juventus as they cruised to a 3-1 win over Bologna. The visitors took a shock early lead through Anthony Mounier, but posed virtually no attacking threat from that point onwards. Alvaro Morata headed in an equaliser prior to half-time and won a penalty after the break, which was converted by Paulo Dybala. The forward then set up his former Real Madrid team-mate Khedira, who headed home on his league debut.
  • Sevilla 2-1 Barcelona
    5/15 Sevilla 2-1 Barcelona: Champions suffer in Messi's absence: A Lionel Messi-less Barcelona lost for the second time in three league games as they were stunned 2-1 by Sevilla. Goals from Michael Krohn-Dehli and Vicente Iborra in the space of six second-half minutes at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan sealed the win, with Neymar's penalty nothing more than a consolation for the champions.
  • Sevilla 2-1 Barcelona
    6/15 Sevilla 2-1 Barcelona: Champions suffer in Messi's absence: A Lionel Messi-less Barcelona lost for the second time in three league games as they were stunned 2-1 by Sevilla. Goals from Michael Krohn-Dehli and Vicente Iborra in the space of six second-half minutes at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan sealed the win, with Neymar's penalty nothing more than a consolation for the champions.
  • Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille
    7/15 Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille: Record-breaking Ibrahimovic secures Classique victory: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice to become Paris Saint-Germain’s all-time top goalscorer as Laurent Blanc’s side beat Marseille 2-1 in Le Classique. The PSG striker moved to 110 goals for the capital club, surpassing former Portugal striker Pauleta. Michy Batshuayi looked to have ensured Marseille a half-time lead when he nodded home his sixth Ligue 1 goal of the season but Ibrahimovic's quick-fire double put paid to that. The striker was bundled over by Steve Mandanda before levelling the match and equalling Pauleta's record, while his historic second came after Rolando's handball in the area. Another penalty arrived after the break.
  • Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille
    8/15 Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille: Record-breaking Ibrahimovic secures Classique victory: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice to become Paris Saint-Germain’s all-time top goalscorer as Laurent Blanc’s side beat Marseille 2-1 in Le Classique. The PSG striker moved to 110 goals for the capital club, surpassing former Portugal striker Pauleta. Michy Batshuayi looked to have ensured Marseille a half-time lead when he nodded home his sixth Ligue 1 goal of the season but Ibrahimovic's quick-fire double put paid to that. The striker was bundled over by Steve Mandanda before levelling the match and equalling Pauleta's record, while his historic second came after Rolando's handball in the area. Another penalty arrived after the break.
  • Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille
    9/15 Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Marseille: Record-breaking Ibrahimovic secures Classique victory: Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice to become Paris Saint-Germain’s all-time top goalscorer as Laurent Blanc’s side beat Marseille 2-1 in Le Classique. The PSG striker moved to 110 goals for the capital club, surpassing former Portugal striker Pauleta. Michy Batshuayi looked to have ensured Marseille a half-time lead when he nodded home his sixth Ligue 1 goal of the season but Ibrahimovic's quick-fire double put paid to that. The striker was bundled over by Steve Mandanda before levelling the match and equalling Pauleta's record, while his historic second came after Rolando's handball in the area. Another penalty arrived after the break.
  • Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
    10/15 Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid: Late Vietto goal denies Benitez’s men: Luciano Vietto's first goal for Atletico Madrid secured a 1-1 derby draw seven minutes from time and stopped Real Madrid from moving to the top of La Liga. Karim Benzema headed his seventh goal in eight appearances this season in the ninth minute and looked to have settled a typically feisty tussle at the Vicente Calderon, where his France international team-mate Antoine Griezmann had a first-half penalty saved for the hosts. Griezmann partly atoned for that error by having a hand in the equaliser – making enough of a nuisance of himself at the near post for Jackson Martinez's low cross to squirm beyond goalkeeper Keylor Navas for his fellow substitute Vietto to convert from close range.
  • Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
    11/15 Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid: Late Vietto goal denies Benitez’s men: Luciano Vietto's first goal for Atletico Madrid secured a 1-1 derby draw seven minutes from time and stopped Real Madrid from moving to the top of La Liga. Karim Benzema headed his seventh goal in eight appearances this season in the ninth minute and looked to have settled a typically feisty tussle at the Vicente Calderon, where his France international team-mate Antoine Griezmann had a first-half penalty saved for the hosts. Griezmann partly atoned for that error by having a hand in the equaliser – making enough of a nuisance of himself at the near post for Jackson Martinez's low cross to squirm beyond goalkeeper Keylor Navas for his fellow substitute Vietto to convert from close range.
  • Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
    12/15 Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid: Late Vietto goal denies Benitez’s men: Luciano Vietto's first goal for Atletico Madrid secured a 1-1 derby draw seven minutes from time and stopped Real Madrid from moving to the top of La Liga. Karim Benzema headed his seventh goal in eight appearances this season in the ninth minute and looked to have settled a typically feisty tussle at the Vicente Calderon, where his France international team-mate Antoine Griezmann had a first-half penalty saved for the hosts. Griezmann partly atoned for that error by having a hand in the equaliser – making enough of a nuisance of himself at the near post for Jackson Martinez's low cross to squirm beyond goalkeeper Keylor Navas for his fellow substitute Vietto to convert from close range.
  • Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
    13/15 Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid: Late Vietto goal denies Benitez’s men: Luciano Vietto's first goal for Atletico Madrid secured a 1-1 derby draw seven minutes from time and stopped Real Madrid from moving to the top of La Liga. Karim Benzema headed his seventh goal in eight appearances this season in the ninth minute and looked to have settled a typically feisty tussle at the Vicente Calderon, where his France international team-mate Antoine Griezmann had a first-half penalty saved for the hosts. Griezmann partly atoned for that error by having a hand in the equaliser – making enough of a nuisance of himself at the near post for Jackson Martinez's low cross to squirm beyond goalkeeper Keylor Navas for his fellow substitute Vietto to convert from close range.
  • Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
    14/15 Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid: Late Vietto goal denies Benitez’s men: Luciano Vietto's first goal for Atletico Madrid secured a 1-1 derby draw seven minutes from time and stopped Real Madrid from moving to the top of La Liga. Karim Benzema headed his seventh goal in eight appearances this season in the ninth minute and looked to have settled a typically feisty tussle at the Vicente Calderon, where his France international team-mate Antoine Griezmann had a first-half penalty saved for the hosts. Griezmann partly atoned for that error by having a hand in the equaliser – making enough of a nuisance of himself at the near post for Jackson Martinez's low cross to squirm beyond goalkeeper Keylor Navas for his fellow substitute Vietto to convert from close range.
  • AC Milan 0-4 Napoli
    15/15 AC Milan 0-4 Napoli: Mihajlovic's men humiliated by Insigne & Co.: Lorenzo Insigne scored twice as Napoli turned on the style to continue a fine run of form in a 4-0 rout at Milan. Napoli opened the score after Cristian Zapata's woeful defensive clearance led to a swift counter-attack that was clinically finished by Allan. But there was no luck about the second goal shortly after the break as Insigne combined brilliantly with the impressive Gonzalo Higuain before bending home. Insigne was celebrating again in the 67th minute after netting an excellent 30-yard free-kick, before Rodrigo Ely's own goal summed up Milan's misery.

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