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Barcelona came from behind to beat Real Sociedad

Barcelona beat Real Sociedad to the top of La Liga after a 2-1 win at the Nou Camp.

The victory saw Barcelona move to fifth, while Atletico Madrid are now the league leaders on goal difference from Real Sociedad.

Willian Jose gave the visitors a perfect start, converting Porto’s pass in the 27th minute, but Barcelona bounced back, four minutes later Jordi Alba equalized with an excellent curved strike.

Frankie de Jong then gave the hosts the lead before taking a break from Albana’s deflected cross. Initially the goal was raised for side fussing, but a VAR review eventually saw the given goal.

Antona Griezmann hit the crossbar as Barca tried to secure the game from a tight angle and he gave the goalkeeper an excellent chance by leaning the ball with a goal at his mercy.

Real Sociedad came close to equalizing late but they got Mark-Andre Ter Stegen in nice form, making a double save to dismiss Jose and Alexander Isaac.

Atletico Madrid, Real Sociedad, who have drawn their last six games, and Real Madrid, at the top of La Liga, are 26 points behind Barcelona, ​​who are fifth out of eight, now just six points behind.

Bundesliga: Lewandowski puts Bayern on top

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Bayern Munich later came to beat Wolfsburg

Robert Lavandowski’s double c Bayern Munich Defeat comes later Wolfsburg And leaders stay within a point of Bayer Leverkusen.

The Polish shooter canceled Max Philip’s fifth-minute opener at the first half stoppage, scoring the striker just five minutes after the break through a slip by Maxons Lac Croix and sealing the victory.

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Bayer LeverkusenWinning from the top-0 was never in doubt Colon.

Mitchell Weiser and Moussa Dabi put the visitors two ahead within 10 minutes, with Patrick Schick and Florian Wertz scoring after the break to make it clear to Leverkusen the point of close rivals.

RB Leipzig Yusuf Paulsen’s goal in the third thanks to a standing level on points with Bayern to win a tight game at the hour mark. Hoffenheim.

Marcel Sabitzer made the Danish international winner, holding Hoffenheim just five points above the relegation play-spot with a win in his last five matches.

Elsewhere, Sgsberg Went ninth with a 1-0 win Armenia Bielefeld, While Freiburg The 2-0 winners on the basement side were comfortable Schalke.

Serie A: AC Milan remain unbeaten

Pierre Kalulu saved a point for AC Milan
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Pierre Kalulu saved a point for AC Milan

Pierre Kalulu helped A.C. Milan Maintain their unbeaten league record as they drew 2-2 at the end of the draw Genoa.

Milan had been heading for a first-league defeat since March after WA gave Genoa a 2-1 lead from Matia Distro.

However, Kalbu, who made his first start for the club, equalized after seven minutes of time.

The point saw Milan stay on top but their advantage Inter Milan Antonio Conte’s side were cut to one by three points after beating 10 men Naples 1-0.

Romelu Lukaku converted a penalty for Inter after Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina inflated Matteo Dermion.

Napoli also played the remaining 19 minutes after Lorenzo Insigni was sent off for disagreement, but their dominance continued and inter goalkeeper Sameer Handanovic had to come to the rescue several times.

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Juventus Third, four points from Milan after a 1-1 draw against Atlanta.

Alvaro Morata had a golden opportunity to give Juventus an early lead in Turin, but as his effort became widespread he decided to try to bring the ball into the empty net in the backfire.

Federico Chisa gave Juventus the lead in the 29th minute when he turned the top corner in the right corner.

Atlanta had level chances and finally did it in the 57th minute through Remo Freiler.

Cristiano Ronaldo could have re-established Juve’s lead four minutes later, but his weak penalty was a direct shot at Pierluigi Golini after Chisa was inflated by Hans Hetbeuer.

Elsewhere, In-laws Moved level to Napoli points in fourth place after a 1-1 draw Fiorentina.

Bologna Came down with two goals to draw 2-2 Spices, Sampadoria Won 2-1 at 10-man Hellas Verona And Parma Drew 0-0 against Cagliari.

Ligue 1: Lille beat Dijon to stay on top

Lily remained at the top of Liga 1 before the decisive show down with PSG over the weekend
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Lily remained at the top of Liga 1 before the decisive show down with PSG over the weekend

American striker Timothy scored a late goal Small Won 2-0 Dijon Defending champions Paris Saint-Germain to stay on top of Ligue 1 before the showdown in the crucial weekend.

Lilly’s opening goal came in the 18th minute when right back Zaki Salik set up Yusuf Yaziki. Wow, the son of Liberia’s president and 1995 Golden Ball winner George Waugh, then scored his first league goal for the club, came off the bench to score with a smart finish at a deep distance into stoppage time.

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Lily’s win put them one point ahead PSG, Who had to win 2-0 at home Low After visitors sent a player to accept a penalty early in the second half.

Callien Mbappe’s 50th-minute penalty gave the hosts the lead after a poor performance after the first half of the Park des Princes. Emb app Ppe slotted from home after being fouled by red card defender Rendria Gravilon. Italy striker Mois Kane sealed the victory 2-0 10 minutes later.

Lily is two points ahead of third place Lyon, Who are now 12 unbeaten games, but conceded injury time in a 2-2 draw at home Breast.

Fourth place Marseille, Whose top three teams have two games at hand, will lose the chance to move up the points with Lyon after losing 2-1. Rance.

The victory saw Rance move up to sixth, while seventh-ranked Lens beat Monaco 0-0, with former Chelsea chalet Gail Kakuta among the scorers.

In other games on Wednesday, Rims Beat Nantes 3-2, Nice Won 2-0 Nimes, Metz Beat Montpellier 2-0, Anger Lost 2-0 at home Strasbourg And Saint Etienne Won 2-1 Bordeaux.

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