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Euro Roundup: Cavani rescues point for PSG while Juventus win in style

Manchester City took another step towards a potential league title as United slipped up at Huddersfield, but who won their games in the other top European leagues outside England?

Napoli remain top of the table in Italy, with Inter two points behind them in second as the sides drew 0-0, with Lazio in fourth after beating Cagliari 3-0. It was however Juventus who stole all the headlines in their game at Udinese, where forward Mandzukic received two yellow cards in a matter of seconds with his team 2-1 up. The home side brought it back to 2-2 soon after, yet Juventus showed their class as Khedira bagged a hat-trick and his side strolled to a 6-2 victory. AC Milan slipped to 11th as Bonucci was sent off in a goalless draw at home to Genoa.

In Spain, Barcelona sit top after beating Malaga 2-0, with Valencia in second thanks to a 4-0 hammering of Sevilla. Real Madrid are in third after a straightforward 3-0 victory at home to Eibar, with Atletico completing the top four as Gameiro’s sole goal was enough to overcome Celta Vigo. Leganes continued their incredible run in the league after beating Athletic Bilbao 1-0, sending them fifth in a highly competitive top ten.

Monaco sit second in Ligue 1 after a 2-0 win at home to Caen, with Nantes storming to third after beating Guingamp 2-1. A Depay hat-trick in a 5-0 rout at ten-man Troyes sees Lyon climb to fourth, a point above Marseille, who played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with top of the table PSG. The home side went ahead through Gustavo before Neymar pulled his side level, yet the latter received two yellows in two minutes late on, just ten minutes after PSG went 2-1 down. The giants were however rescued by a last-minute Cavani free-kick.

In Germany, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich now find themselves in a head to head battle for first, with the sides tied at the top on 20 points from nine games. Tolisso scored Bayern’s only goal in a 1-0 win at ten-man Hamburg, while Dortmund let a two-goal lead slip as they drew 2-2 with Frankfurt. RB Leipzig are just a point off in third having beaten Stuttgart 1-0. Finally Bayer Leverkusen are now just two points off Borussia Monchengladbach in ninth after thumping them 5-1. Despite Monchengladbach going 1-0 up inside ten minutes, a hat-trick of assists from Havertz guided the away side to a resounding victory.

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