Saturday's European football as it happened

Bayern Munich secure impressive win at Borussia Dortmund while Real Madrid ease to victory at Almeria.

23 November 2013 Last updated at 16:56 GMT

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  1. 1700: 
    German Christmas Market

    Dortmund in November. The calm before the Christmas market storm. Home to what is reputed to be the biggest Christmas tree in the world. And the setting for what is arguably Europe's biggest game this weekend.

    Borussia Dortmund versus Bayern Munich is not for the faint hearted. Dortmund have won the title twice in the last three seasons, while Bayern have been crowned German champions five times in the last nine. They are second and first respectively in the table.

    This is a huge test of character for Pep Guardiola's Bayern against a Dortmund side that will move to within one point of the summit if they make it seven wins out of seven at home. So grab a glass of Gluhwein - mulled wine to you and I - and a slice of Stollen - German Christmas cake - and settle back. Let the drama begin.

  2. 1703:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (1730 GMT)
    Bayern Munich forward Arjen Robben celebrates scoring against Borussia Dortmund in the 2013 Champions League final

    That's right, there's something tastier than a Bratwurst in town as Dortmund and Bayern meet in a competitive fixture for the first time since last May's Champions League final at Wembley.

    Then, Arjen Robben's 89th minute goal earned Bayern a 2-1 victory but Dortmund are unbeaten in the last six Bundesliga meetings between the two clubs.

    Can Jurgen Klopp's side avenge that night in London? Or will Bayern extend their unbeaten Bundesliga run to 38 games?

  3. 1707:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (1730 GMT)

    Hallo! And welcome to the another appetising night of European football. Also on tonight's menu is Real Madrid's visit to struggling Almeria, where Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to increase his goal tally after the former Manchester United player's midweek heroics for Portugal.

    More about that game during the interval in Dortmund.

  4. 1710:  
    Spanish La LigaBarcelona 4-0 Granada
    Barcelona's Andres Iniesta scores from penalty spot against Granada

    Barcelona go six points clear at the top of the table after penalties by Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas help earn them a 4-0 win over Granada at the Nou Camp - their 13th victory in 14 league games this season.

    The first penalty was awarded after former Arsenal player Fabregas was brought down by Dimitri Foulquier before Fran Rico fouled Iniesta in the area, allowing Fabregas to score.

    Barca easily overcame the absence of Lionel Messi, who is recovering from a hamstring injury, with Alexis Sanchez adding a third goal after Neymar's pass before Pedro Rodriguez netted the fourth.

  5. 1715:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (1730 GMT)

    Fans of both teams have been congregating around the Signal Iduna Park for hours, singing, eating and drinking in the cold; such is the anticipation of this clash of the Bundesliga giants. Mario Gotze has been the target of a few of the Dortmund fans' ditties [and some Bayern responses], but he's only on the bench, with Thomas Muller expected to patrol the right flank and Arjen Robben the left.

    Jurgen Klopp is dealing with the absence of his whole first-choice back four, so Manuel Friedrich is rushed into a debut after signing this week and Lukasz Piszczek - with just 30 minutes' action for the under-23s under his belt - surprisingly takes his place among the substitutes.

  6. 1719: 
    GET INV0LVED

    Can Pep Guardiola lead Bayern Munich to the title in his first season in charge? Bayern are unbeaten 16 Bundesliga and Champions League games since the 42-year-old Spaniard took charge. Incredibly they have not lost a league game for 13 months. Can the Bayern juggernaut be stopped?

    You can voice your opinions in the usual ways - on Twitter using #bbceurofooty or via text on 81111. Get involved. You know it makes sense.

  7. 1724:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (1730 GMT)

    Borussia Dortmund: Weidenfeller, Groskreutz, Sokratis, Friedrich, Durm, S Bender, Sahin, Blaszczykowski, Mkhitaryan, Reus, Lewandowski.

    Bayern Munich: Neuer, Rafinha, Boateng, Dante, Alaba, Martinez, Robben, Kroos, Lahm, Muller, Mandzukic.

  8. 1726:  
    German Bundesliga

    Earlier in the Bundesliga, a Stefan Kiessling goal earns Bayer Leverkusen a 1-0 win at Hertha Berlin that moves them into second and three points clear of Dortmund.

    Elsewhere, Wolfsburg drew 1-1 at Nurnberg and Benedikt Howedes' late equaliser secures Schalke, who had led 2-0, a 3-3 draw at Eintracht Frankfurt.

  9.  
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    Shohidur Rahman: Really want Dortmund to win, but missing the whole back four against the best side in the world? Don't have much hope.

  10. 1732:  
    German BundesligaKICK-OFF- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    The decibel levels rise inside the Signal Iduna Park and 'der Klassiker' is under way. Hold on to your seats.

  11. 1736:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arjen Robbin is starting on the left hand side for Bayern Munich and the former Chelsea player is already causing problems in the Dortmund defence. Robben wins his team the first corner of the match.

    Dortmund respond through Robert Lewandowski who fires over from the edge of the six-yard area when he should have done so much better.

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    Rian Hoskins: The Dortmund attack will threaten any team but the squad looks so depleted, especially in defence. Bayern's depth is superior.

  13. 1741:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arjen Robben, who left Dortmund fans in tears with his Champions League final winner in May, continues to probe the home defence. A busy start by the Dutch international. This is a game Dortmund have to win to keep the pressure on Bayern at the top of the table.

  14. 1743:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

    Underway at the Signal Iduna Park. There's a typically cacophonous atmosphere - created by both sets of fans - which has only been augmented by that great chance for Robert Lewandowski.

    As the teams came out, Dortmund's Yellow Wall revealed a none-too-flattering, or family-friendly banner about the aforementioned Gotze (or 'Gotz€', as the message had it), while the visiting fans passed a banner of the Champions League trophy, with the message "Still looking for this?" Cheeky.

  15. 1747:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    BBC World Service Sport's Steve Crossman: "Signed more to stem a flood than plug a hole, Manuel Friedrich has looked a little nervy early on. He was released by Leverkusen at the end of last season and has been drafted in with all four of Dortmund's first choice defenders injured.

    What a baptism of fire this is… well maybe not quite a baptism, he's 34."

  16.   
    French Ligue 1Reims 0-3 Paris St-Germain

    Paris St-Germain move seven points clear at the top of Ligue 1 with a 3-0 win at Reims,

    They took a comfortable lead with goals from Lucas Moura and Jeremy Menez either side of the break, with the hosts missing the chance to set up a tense finish when Grzegorz Krychowiak lifted a penalty over the bar before Zlatan Ibrahimovic finds the net from outside the area in the final minute.

    Second-placed Lille host Toulouse tomorrow lunchtime, while Monaco, who sit third, travel to Nantes tomorrow night.

  17. 1753:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    We're 20 minutes in and it is fair to say chances are at a minimum. Bayern's Toni Kroos screws a shot horribly wide from 25-yards. I wonder how much Borussia's Robert Lewandowski is regretting that early miss?

  18. 1757:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Chaos in the Bayern Munich penalty area as Jakub Błaszczykowski is allowed sight at goal but he takes one touch too many which allows David Alaba to get a vital block.

  19. 1804:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Dortmund have been bright and lively but Manuel Neuer has had little to do. However, the Bayern goalkeeper is tested by an unmarked Marco Reus who lets fly with a fierce drive which Neuer beats away. Dortmund will be encouraged by some poor marking by the leaders.

  20. 1806:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria v Real Madrid (1900 GMT)

    Cristiano Ronaldo is named in Real Madrid's starting line-up as is Gareth Bale.

  21. 1811:  
    German BundesligaCLOSE!- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich
    Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich will be wondering why they are not ahead. Arjen Robben plays a teasing ball across the six-yard area which Mario Mandzukic must score from. But the Croatian fails to connect properly and the chance is gone. There's a collective sigh of relief from Dortmund's fans.

  22. 1814:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    BBC World Service Sport's Steve Crossman: "Jurgen Klopp said before the game that 80% of his grey hair has come from dealing with Dortmund's injury crisis. Having failed to take advantage of an excellent spell he may now have to re-calculate.

    "This is Bayern's first game since breaking the all-time Bundesliga record for consecutive games without defeat and if that run is to end at 37 then Dortmund have to push the envelope."

  23. 1815:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    It's heating up here, with Robert Lewandowski keeping Jerome Boateng and Dante very busy. There's a certain assurance about Bayern though, which can't necessarily be said about Dortmund's scratch defence.

    he noisy away contingent are in fine spirits, doing their best to match the racket made by the locals.

  24.   
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    A bit of a flare-up as Kevin Groskreutz takes exception to Mario Mandzukic's challenge on Marco Reus, with the pair going head to head and both receiving a yellow card just before the break.

  25. 1820:  
    German BundesligaHALF-TIME- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Just as tempers start to boil over the referee brings the half to a close. It's tight and it's niggly. You get the feeling there is a lot to come in the second half.

  26. 1822:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria v Real Madrid (1900 GMT)

    Immediately after the final whistle at Dortmund we will be crossing to Spain where Real Madrid are at Almeria. On paper it looks a comfortable three points for Carlo Ancelotti's men.

    Almeria have spent the season in La Liga's relegation zone since winning promotion at the end of last season. But on closer examination Real could have their work cut out.

    Having failed to win any of their first 10 league games, Almeria have won the last three while Real have won only once in four La Liga visits to the Estadio de los Juegos Mediterraneos.

  27. 1825: 
    GOAL-DEN BOOT
    Barcelona forward Lionel Messi collects the Golden Boot award

    He may be out until the new year with a hamstring problem but Lionel Messi was back on the pitch at the Nou Camp before Barcelona's game against Granada, collecting the Golden Boot for being Europe's top scorer with 46 goals in La Liga last season.

  28. 1827:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    An intense first half on and off the pitch - competitive, with few chances. Jurgen Klopp has some rearranging to do at the back, if he can. And yes, Gotze got another shrill round of catcalls as he left the bench for the dressing room at half-time.

  29. 1831:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria v Real Madrid (1900 GMT)
    Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo

    One Cristiano Ronaldo is enough to send shivers down the spines of opposition players. But 45,000?

    Having scored 13 goals in his last six appearances for club and country, Real Madrid fans plan to pay tribute to the 28-year-old by donning masks of the Portugal international during next Wednesday's Champions League home game against Galatasaray.

    According to Spanish sports newspaper AS, 45,000 Ronaldo masks have been produced for fans to wear during the game. It's enough to wipe the smile off the face of Galatasaray's former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.

  30. 1836:  
    German BundesligaKICK-OFF- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Dortmund get the new half under way. Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer spends a few moments clearing objects from around his net which have been thrown by supporters.

  31. 1840:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    There is the unusual sight of former Dortmund attacking midfielder Mario Gotze warming up in the tunnel as the game progresses. Gotze has had to endure plenty of stick from the home fans - even though he is not on the pitch.

  32. 1844:  
    German BundesligaCLOSE!- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich
    Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

    What was Robert Lewandowski doing? He's paid to put the ball into the back of the net but the Borussia Dortmund striker fails miserably to get on the end of Sven Bender's clipped ball into the danger area. After his earlier miss, Lewandowski is not having a good game.

  33. 1849:  
    German BundesligaSUBSTITUTION- Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    That's what you call an unfriendly welcome. Bayern Munich's former Dortmund attacking midfielder Mario Gotze is jeered by nearly 80,000 home fans as he replaces Mario Mandzukic.

  34. 1852:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-0 Bayern Munich

    You can probably hear the noise from over there in England - that whistling is for Mario Gotze, who has just replaced Mario Mandzukic.

    Even the punters in the posh seats in front of us got up to shout at him as he came on. In a footballing sense, it might be an admission from Bayern manager Pep Guardiola that he needs some craft to break through; Gotze has already flourished as a false nine for the national team in patches, of course.

  35. 1857:  
    German BundesligaGOAL- Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich - Mario Gotze (66 mins)

    Would you believe it. Mario Gotze, the man who left Dortmund for Bayern Munich for £31.5m in the summer, makes an immediate impact as a substitute as he prods Pep Guardiola's side into the lead to silence the jeers that greeted his arrival on the pitch.

    It was a quality finish from Gotze who beat Dortmund keeper Roman Weidenfeller for pace. Bayern are in the driving seat.

  36. 1902:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich

    It had to be, didn't it? Mario Gotze was inexplicably left in space to fire that in, but a fine goal. His refusal to celebrate will earn him little credit locally, one senses.

    Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp now has to decide whether to gamble and bring on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a little extra attacking thrust.

  37. 1906:  
    German BundesligaGREAT SAVE!- Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich

    Manuel Neuer ensures Bayern Munich stay ahead with a tremendous stop to keep out Marco Reus's low finish from the edge of the penalty area following a clever flick by Robert Lewandowski. Dortmund are not finished.

  38. 1909:  
    German BundesligaBorussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich
    Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

    BBC World Service Sport's Steve Crossman: "Intriguing that we were all talking about Dortmund's defence giving them little chance pre match, but it's been the lack of end product that's done for them thus far.

    "I can see why Klopp has opted to shuffle and BBC African footballer of the year nominee Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on to mix it up."

  39. 1913:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-1 Bayern Munich

    It was a bit of a shock to see Lukas Piszczek back in the squad so quickly, but he's only come on! Klopp is doing everything he can to save this game, and gave his substitute a big hug of encouragement on his way. The home fans gave the returning Polish international a big reception.

  40. 1915:  
    German BundesligaGOAL- Borussia Dortmund 0-2 Bayern Munich - Arjen Robben (85 mins)

    Game, set and match. Just as he did in the Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund, Arjen Robben finds the net to double Bayern's lead. It looked like an intended chip by the former Chelsea man for Mario Gotze at the far post but the ball lands in the corner of the net.

  41. 1918:  
    German BundesligaGOAL- Borussia Dortmund 0-3 Bayern Munich - Thomas Muller (87 mins)

    Ruthless stuff by Bayern as Thomas Muller puts the result out of Dortmund's reach. Muller has not had the best of games but his clinical finish from 10-yards kills off the hosts.

  42. 1925:  
    German BundesligaFULL-TIME- Borussia Dortmund 0-3 Bayern Munich

    All over in Dortmund as Bayern, unbeaten in the Bundesliga since October 2012, show their title credentials with a terrific result. Dortmund are now seven points behind Pep Guardiola's side. Can anyone stop them?

  43. 1927:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    And after all that late excitement in Germany we head over to La Liga where Real Madrid already appear to be making short work of Almeria. Cristiano Ronaldo had already passed up one opportunity when he produced a low finish from Isco's cross after just two minutes.

  44. 1934:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    After Barcelona made easy work of Granada earlier, Real Madrid need to respond and Caro Ancelotti's side are in no mood to let the points slip in Andalusia.

    Goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo almost gets his second goal after a powerful run before Karim Benzema also goes close from the edge of the area.

  45.  
    GET INVOLVED

    Can anyone stop Cristiano Ronaldo winning the Ballon d'Or prize? Real Madrid's former Manchester United player has scored an astonishing 25 goals in 18 La Liga and Champions League appearances for Real Madrid this season.

    Who can stop him winning one of football's most coveted individual awards? You can voice your opinions in the usual ways - on Twitter using #bbceurofooty or via text on 81111. Get involved.

  46. 1939:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    OptaJose: Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 70 away goals in 74 league games - Lionel Messi has 101 in 130.

  47. 1942:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    Gareth Bale almost marks his 11th Real Madrid appearance with a goal after a typical surging run before cutting in and firing a shot narrowly over the Almeria bar. You get the feeling the visitors are only just warming up.

  48. 1947:  
    Spanish La LigaHALF-TIME- Almeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo's goal - who else? - divides the two teams at the interval. Almeria cannot get a shot on target, while Real Madrid have yet to break sweat.

  49. 1949:  
    Andy Brassell, European football expertBorussia Dortmund 0-3 Bayern Munich
    Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

    The Dortmund players look shell-shocked by that potentially fatal blow to their title hopes as they wander around the turf. Bayern's travelling fans are exultant, but the Yellow Wall is still singing for their heroes.

    Klopp's men will need them against Napoli on Tuesday as they attempt to break a run of three successive defeats.

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    Scott Cairns: Ronaldo deserves to win the Ballon d'Or hands down. Even if Messi wasn't injured, he's been in sensational form. Best player in the world.

    Salmon Adeboye: Only Fifa can stop Ronaldo from being named the best player in the world.

    Elisha Cleal: Messi's my No 1 but since he's injured Ronaldo is in top form and in my opinion deserves it.

  51. 1955:  
    Spanish La LigaReal Sociedad 4-3 Celta Vigo

    Earlier in La Liga, Carlos Vela scored four goals as Real Sociedad hit back from two goals down with half an hour remaining to defeat Celta Vigo 4-3.

  52. 2002:  
    Spanish La LigaKICK-OFF- Almeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    We're back under way. Can Gareth Bale score his fifth goal in a Real shirt? He's come close already.

  53. 2004:  
    Italian Serie A

    Dejan Lazarevic scored the only goal as struggling Chievo pulled off a 1-0 derby victory over rivals Verona.

    The evening kick-offs in Italy are now underway and Alberto Gilardino's penalty cancelled out Kaka's opener to leave AC Milan drawing 1-1 with Genoa after just seven minutes, while Napoli's game against Parma is still goalless.

  54. 2007:  
    Spanish La LigaGREAT SAVE!- Almeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    Daniel Carvajal cuts inside the Almeria penalty area and fires a low shot towards the net. But Andres Suarez produces an excellent stop to prevent Real Madrid from doubling their lead. It is only a matter of time.

  55. 2010:  
    Spanish La LigaSUBSTITUTION- Almeria 0-1 Real Madrid
    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo is heading for the dressing room. The Portuguese is victim of a blatant kick by Aleix Vidal. Moments later he walks off the pitch unaided but looks to be in some discomfort.

  56. 2013: 
    Almeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    And after seeing Cristiano Ronaldo limp off, Gareth Bale passes up a great chance to give Real Madrid a little more breathing space, thumping over from a couple of yards from Daniel Carvajal's cross to the far post.

    Moments later, Diego Costa produces a scrambling save to keep out a free-kick from Almeria's on-loan Liverpool forward Suso.

  57. 2013:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-1 Real Madrid

    And after seeing Cristiano Ronaldo limp off, Gareth Bale passes up a great chance to give Real Madrid a little more breathing space, thumping over from a couple of yards from Daniel Carvajal's cross to the far post.

    Moments later, Diego Lopez produces a scrambling save to keep out a free-kick from Almeria's on-loan Liverpool forward Suso.

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    Conrad Guiney: What happened to the Ballon d'Or going to the player who won the big trophies?

    Numaan: The last full calendar year Messi played he scored 90+ goals.

  59. 2016:  
    Spanish La LigaGOAL- Almeria 0-2 Real Madrid - Karim Benzema (62 mins)
    Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema

    Terrific finish from 20-yards by Karim Benzema after a powerful run by substitute Jese. That has put a smile back on the face of manager Carlo Ancelotti after the worrying sights of Cristiano Ronaldo going off injured.

    Sky Sports are reporting that the Portuguese has injured his hamstring but say it is not serious.

  60. 2024:  
    Spanish La LigaAlmeria 0-2 Real Madrid

    Gareth Bale is getting closer and closer to finding the net. This time the former Tottenham player powers a header narrowly over the bar following a corner by Isco. Real have this game won. It is just a question of by how many goals?

  61. 2028:  
    Spanish La LigaGOAL- Almeria 0-3 Real Madrid - Gareth Bale (72 mins)
    Gareth Bale scores for Real Madrid against Almeria

    That's five goals in 11 appearances for Gareth Bale. It's not the best goal the former Tottenham player has scored in his career but who cares? An error by Almeria's Sebastian Dubarbier allows Bale to pounce on a loose ball to find the bottom corner from close range.

  62. 2031:  
    Spanish La LigaGOAL- Almeria 0-4 Real Madrid - Isco (76 mins)

    It is raining goals in Andalusia. This time Isco, who played a huge part in Gareth Bale's goal, gets his name on the score sheet with a low finish from outside the penalty area which beats the keeper for pace and power. Almeria cannot wait for the final whistle.

  63. 2036:  
    Spanish La LigaGOAL- Almeria 0-5 Real Madrid - Alvaro Morata (80 mins)

    That is four goals in 19 minutes for Real. This time substitute Alvaro Morata produces an elegant lob over the advancing goalkeeper to find the net. It is a sublime finish from a young striker with a big future. Beautiful to watch.

  64. 2045:  
    Spanish La LigaHITS THE WOODWORK- Almeria 0-5 Real Madrid

    So nearly 6-0 to Real Madrid in what has to be one of the most one-sided games in La Liga for a while. Substitute Casemiro tries his luck with a terrific low curling shot which crashes against a post and rebounds to safety. The good news for Almeria is that there is only one minute plus stoppages remaining.

  65. 2048:  
    Spanish La LigaFULL-TIME- Almeria 0-5 Real Madrid

    Almeria's punishing night is over. Easy, easy win for Real Madrid who leapfrog Atletico Madrid, if only for a couple of hours, into second spot on goal difference.

    Atletico start against Getafe in a few minutes. The only negative for Real was the sight of Cristiano Ronaldo walking off is discomfort. Carlo Ancelotti will be hoping it is nothing too serious.

  66.  
    GET INVOLVED

    Paddy Emmerson: Isn't the Ballon d'Or for the best player over the year not last couple of months? In which case only winner is Messi.

    Jamie Matthews: People forget Ballon d'Or is about the player - not club achievements. Ronaldo has been the best player this year and should win.

  67. 2102: 

    And that wraps up everything from another entertaining day of European football. We will be back on Sunday and paying particular attention to Inter Milan against Bologna [1945 GMT] and Nantes versus Monaco [2000 GMT]. We'll be live from 1930 GMT.

    In the meantime, pop over to our European football index to catch up with all today's action. Thanks for your company. It's been a pleasure.

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League Table

German Bundesliga summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Bayern Mun 6 9 14
No movement 2 Borussia Mönchengladbach 6 5 12
No movement 3 Bayer Levkn 6 2 11
No movement 4 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 6 4 10
No movement 4 1. FSV Mainz 05 6 4 10
No movement 6 Hannover 96 6 1 10
No movement 7 Eintracht Frankfurt 6 1 9
No movement 8 FC Augsburg 6 0 9
No movement 9 VfL Wolfsburg 6 2 8
No movement 10 Schalke 6 0 8
No movement 11 SC Paderborn 07 6 0 8
No movement 12 Bor Dortmd 6 -2 7
No movement 13 1. FC Köln 6 -1 6
No movement 14 Hertha BSC 6 -4 5
No movement 15 VfB Stuttgart 6 -5 5
No movement 16 Sport-Club Freiburg 6 -3 4
No movement 17 SV Werder Bremen 6 -6 3
No movement 18 Hamburger SV 6 -7 2

League Table

Spanish La Liga summary table; it charts each team by position, team name, games played, total goal difference and points
Position Team Played Goal Difference Points
No movement 1 Barcelona 6 17 16
No movement 2 Valencia 6 11 14
No movement 3 Atl Madrid 6 7 14
No movement 4 Sevilla 6 2 13
No movement 5 Real Madrid 6 11 12
No movement 6 Celta de Vigo 6 4 12
No movement 7 Villarreal 6 1 8
No movement 8 Eibar 6 1 8
No movement 9 Rayo Vallecano 6 0 8
No movement 10 Almería 6 0 8
No movement 11 Granada CF 6 -5 8
No movement 12 Espanyol 6 -1 6
No movement 13 Málaga 6 -3 6
No movement 14 Getafe 6 -7 6
No movement 15 Real Sociedad 6 -1 5
No movement 16 Ath Bilbao 6 -2 4
No movement 17 Deportivo de La Coruña 6 -8 4
No movement 18 Elche 6 -9 4
No movement 19 Levante 6 -11 4
No movement 20 Córdoba 6 -7 3

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