So life goes on. That is it from us after another fascinating weekend of European football action. There is plenty more football live text this week, including: The FA Cup quarter-final draw, followed by Preston v Manchester United and then Champions League, Europa League and Championship matches. Join us again.
- Atletico lose at Celta Vigo
- Nolito scores controversial penalty and Orellana doubles lead
- Atletico's Fernando Torres is substituted at half-time
- Barcelona beat Levante 5-0 - Messi scores hat-trick
- Rayo Vallecano 2-0 Villarreal
- GET INVOLVED: Which players are you shocked are still playing?
This quote from opening goalscorer Neymar could perhaps provide a bit of self-help for Atletico coach Diego Simeone and his team:
"I got one today. But even if I hadn't, life goes on."
Earlier, Barcelona did what they are best at doing - tearing teams apart. They tore apartLevante and won 5-0.
"My players aren't euphoric because they know how tough it is to win a title," said Barca coach Luis Enrique. "The number of games you win doesn't matter if they don't help you win titles."
Those players have to cheer up.
Let's go over the border to France, where Brittany club Lorient held leaders Lyon. Ghana's Jordan Ayew - him of Africa Cup of Nations fame - gave the home side the lead, but Clinton Njie equalised for Lyon.
That all means that Lyon are 50 points two ahead of Marseille and Paris St-Germain. Its tight at the top.
That's it. All over in Vigo. Current league champions Atletico have failed to match title rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid, who both won this weekend. It's not over in La Liga, but...
Great shot, great save. Goalscorer Fabian Orellana is denied by the hand of Moya Rumbo.
Stoppage time. Atletico defender Diego Godin has been playing without his mask for a fair few minutes - he looks like a guy whose team has been outplayed for 90 minutes by Celta Vigo.
Meanwhile, back in north-west Spain, Atletico substitute Cani sees his shot come off the post from a yard out.
Fortunately for him, he was ruled offside - unfortunately for his team, they remain 2-0 down.
It is all over. Juventus fought back from a goal down to take the lead, but then lost their advantage and missed a second-half penalty. The small consolation was that second-placed Roma only managed to draw today, which means Juve still hold a seven point lead. Not bad.
Should he have done better? Mario Mandzukic meets a cross form the right, but his header from 12 yards is straight at keeper Sergio.
Atletico's possession stat stands at 29% at the moment - the lowest it has been this season. Does that say more about how good Celta have been? Or how bad Atletico have been?
Well slap us with a Spanish omelette. Celta double their lead as Chilean winger Fabian Orellana crashes in an angled drive into the keeper's bottom right.
There promises to be a great finish in store in Cesena. The home side have equalised through Franco Brienza and a few moments ago Juve's Arturo Vidal missed a penalty.
Zut alors! France attacking midfielder/forward Antoine Griezmann strikes a low shot that forces a great low save from Sergio.
The goal seems to have sparked something inside Atletico, with Saul Niguez forcing a good save from Sergio. At the other end Argentine striker Joaquin Larrivey somehow fails to convert from two yards after the ball is squared to him.
A lovely spot-kick by the Spanish forward who slots to the left of Moya Rumbo. Game on!
Agudo Duran aka Nolito is brought down by Mario Suarez... Nolito will take the pen
Atletico defender Diego Godin, who is wearing a black mask to protect his broken nose, gets on the end of a cross but heads way, way over. That's about as exciting as it gets folks. What's everybody had for dinner?
Celta's Fernandez Borja Fernandez has the first shot of the second half - a powerful drive that is always rising. The closing down was so poor that the midfielder could have sat down and had a cup of tea before he hit that.
We are back under way.
You know how we mentioned that striker Fernando Torres was anonymous, he'll now be even more anonymous after being replaced by Cani.
Celta have had more than 70% of possession. Yeah, seriously.
We've had a shot. We've had a shot. Mario Mandzukic drifts past a couple of Celta defenders and fires in a firm shot, but one without sting, which is easily collected by Alvarez Conde.
It is fair to say that Atletico's performance has not matched up to that which saw them beat city rivals Real 4-0 last week. Striker Fernando Torres has been anonymous - now, doesn't that sound familiar?
It is half-time, with Juve in charge after fighting back from a goal down.
Cripes! Atletico coach Diego Simeone is going to make an early change - it looks like midfielder Mario Suarez is coming on for Tiago, who has been suffering from a back problem.
Celta are top. That's right - they are on top. However, they haven't made keeper Moya Rumbo work - the home side just flung in three crosses in succession, with each failing to find a Celta player in the box.
In case you were wondering, little has happened in Vigo. Can we have some of your goalmouth action Serie A?
Its pouring goals at Cesena. Juve are now ahead - midfielder Claudio Marchisio stabs in from close range,
Alvaro Morata equalises for Juventus with a flicked header from a free-kick - the leaders are back level.
Meanwhile, over in Italy's Serie A Cesena have taken the lead against league leaders Juventus through Milan Djuric's sidefoot finish.
Celta, who have a pretty awful recent record against Atletico at Balaidos, have started well despite conceding that early corner. Michael Krohn-Dehli plays in an in-swinging free-kick that narrowly misses the reach of defender Gustavo Cabral at the far post.
Atletico win an early corner after Celta clear left-back Guilherme Siqueira's long throw-in. However, the home defence deal with the set-piece.
We have kicked off.
Atletico coach Diego Simeone marches over to the visitors' dugout, wearing a padded jacket - it is a bit nippy in the north-west city of Vigo. Play is about to get under way.
It's all over in Madrid. Rayo move up from 16th to 10th position with that win. Villarreal stay in sixth, missing the chance to close the gap to one point on fifth-place Sevilla.
Meanwhile, the league leaders in France are at Lorient - victory would see them extend their advantage over Marseille to four points.
League leaders Juventus have just kicked off in their match at Cesena.