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Summary

  1. Fernando Torres fires Atletico ahead
  2. Neymar free-kick pulls Barca level
  3. Substitute Messi then hits Barca winner

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

What a day in La Liga. Cristiano Ronaldo scores five goals for Real Madrid while one by substitute Lionel Messi is enough to send Barcelona two points clear at the top of the table.

Thanks for your company. We're back on Sunday with live text commentary of the Milan derby. Until then...

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FULL-TIME

Juventus 1-1 Chievo

All over in Turin. Reigning champions Juventus have a first point of the season but their performance against Chievo will hardly worry Manchester City ahead of their Champions League group game on Tuesday.

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Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Both Atletico and Barcelona now turn their thoughts to the Champions League.

Will Lionel Messi return to the starting line-up when Barca begin the defence of their European title away to Roma on Wednesday?

Atletico are also away, with Diego Simeone's side travelling to Turkey to face Galatasaray on Tuesday.

GOAL

Juventus 1-1 Chievo

Big goal in Italy as reigning champions Juventus, who visit Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday, score a late equaliser against Chievo from the penalty spot through Paulo Dybala. Four minutes of normal time remaining.

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Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi had not scored a league goal this season before today. Now they have six between them. Ok, Real Madrid's Ronaldo has five of them but Messi will be delighted with his one goal. His Barca team are looking down on the rest.

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FULL-TIME

Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Three wins out of three for Barcelona. Two points clear at the top of the table. There's a familiar feel to La Liga.

Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona 2

Messi is human after all. 

Barca win a free-kick and it's within range. Up comes the Argentine and...it's a horrible finish.

Huge roars echo around the ground. Messi allows himself a smile. He won't want to see that again.

Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Most new dads are shattered, bags under their eyes and in desperate need of sleep. Not Lionel Messi. He's been at his menacing best since coming on. 

Lionel Messi
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Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Huge noise from the home fans as they attempt to rally their team.

But it's Barca who are finishing strongly. Lionel Messi is eyeing another goal and take a quick glance up before...blazing over the bar.

Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Barcelona are heading to the top of La Liga. A familiar sight. Luis Enrique's side once again are setting the pace. 

Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Let's get this right, Barcelona deserve the lead. They were by far the better team in the first half and their response to falling behind has been the stuff of champions.

GOAL Atletico Madrid 1-2 Barcelona

Lionel Messi

A headline writer's dream...

Lionel Messi, who is left out of the starting line-up after missing training due to the birth of his second boy, climbs off the bench to fire Barcelona ahead with a low finish after being teed-up by Luis Suarez.

Messi celebrates by putting his thumb in his mouth.

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HITS THE WOODWORK

Juventus 0-1 Chievo

Paul Pogba has made a difference for Juventus since coming on, and they should be level. Roberto Pereyra hits the base of the post with a shot on the turn, and Pogba charges on to the rebound, only for Nicolas Frey to make a stunning block.

Before that, though, Chievo could have gone two clear, with Bostjan Cesar's thump towards goal somehow kept out by Gianluigi Buffon. Superb reaction save,

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Fifteen minutes left.

This game is on a knife-edge. Lots of finger nails are being bitten inside the Vicente Calderon - including a few in both dug-outs.

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Diego Simeone will be furious. Atletico's lead lasted all of four minutes. They were guilty of taking their eye off the ball.

PENALTY APPEAL

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Another huge moment.

Lionel Messi plays in Neymar and Diego Godin clears the ball with what looks like his hand - no penalty.

Lionel Messi
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Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Rafael Benitez and his Real Madrid players will be happy if the score stays like this. 

Real were one point clear at the top of the table before this game. 

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

After all that drama the game has settled back down.

But what's this? Here come Barcelona again.

Another patient build-up ends in Luis Suarez fluffing a half chance.

Serie A

Juventus 0-1 Chievo

An unsurprising half-time change at the Juventus Stadium. Midfielder Paul Pogba, who was being held in reserve for Tuesday's Champions League trip to Manchester City, is on as a substitute for Claudio Marchisio. Juve have never before lost their opening three Serie A matches - but are 45 minutes away from doing exactly that.

SUBSTITUTION

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Big change for Atletico.

Fernando Torres gets a standing ovation as he is replaced by Colombian forward Jackson Martinez.

SUBSTITUTION

Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

I'm not sure I have done Neymar's goal justice. It's a wonderful finish which Lionel Messi would have been proud off.

Talking of which here he comes. Messi is on for the final half an hour with Ivan Rakitic making way.

Neymar
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Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

The atmospher has completely changed. A few minutes ago Atletico fans were celebrating like they had won the league.

Now they have lost their lead...and Lionel Messi is getting ready to come on.

GOAL - Atletico Madrid 1-1 Barcelona

Neymar

Well that didn't last long.

Barca pull level through a spectacular free-kick from the boot of Neymar, a curling effort from 20 yards that gave the keeper no chance.

Game on.

Neymar scores
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GOAL - Atletico Madrid 1-0 Barcelona

Fernando Torres

Astonishing scenes.

Atletico have been on the back foot for most of this game yet they find themselves in the lead against the reigning champions after a sublime Fernando Torres goal.

Torres finishes with his right foot, the ball rolling in off the post after a fine break. Vintage Torres.

Fernando Torres
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Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

The temperature rises as the referee waves away home penalty appeals after the ball appears to strike Javier Mascherano on the hand.

Luis Enrique sends Lionel Messi to warm up.

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Frantic start to the half as Oliver immediately shows his intent by surging to the edge of the Barcelona area unchallenged. His finish, however, is tame.

Encouragement for the hosts.

KICK-OFF

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Back under way. Can Barcelona score without Lionel Messi?

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Serie A

Over in Italy, reigning champions Juventus , who travel to play Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday, still trail Chievo 1-0 with two minutes of the first half remaining.

Muller hits late winner

Bayern Munich 2-1 Augsberg

Thomas Muller
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Earlier, Thomas Muller scored a 90th-minute penalty as champions Bayern Munich came from a goal down to continue their 100% winning start in the Bundesliga.

Pepe Guardiola's side trailed to Alexander Esswein's spectacular goal for Augsburg just before half-time.

But Bayern, who begin their Champions League campaign away to Olympiakos on Wednesday, drew level through Robert Lewandowski with 13 minutes left.

Muller made it four league wins out of four after Douglas Costa was fouled.

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Busy Barca

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HALF-TIME

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Not a great advert for La Liga. More fouls than thrills.

YELLOW CARD

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

A rare chance for Atletico as Fernando Torres wriggles free of his marker inside the box but can't direct his shot on target.

Two quick yellow cards as Jose Gimenez is booked for a clumsy challenge on Rafinha before Andres Iniesta, who has never been sent off, is cautioned for hacking down Gabi. 

It's ferocious.

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

How long before the visitors score? They've hit the bar and been denied a penalty.

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Terrific attack by Barcelona.

Luis Suarez powers deep into Atletico's half before cutting the ball back to Neymar inside the area.

The Brazilian is surrounded by red and white shirts but manages to get a shot away, the ball appearing to strike the arm of defender Jose Gimenez.

Barca's claims for a penalty are ignored by the referee.

Neymar
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Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Lionel Messi looks relaxed on the bench. Barca have done everything but score. 

SUBSTITUTION

Atletico Madrid 0-0 Barcelona

Both teams are locked on six points after two games but Barca are by far the most threatening side.

Atletico are sitting too deep and inviting trouble. The visitors suffer a setback as Thomas Vermaelen is injured and replaced by fellow defender Jeremy Mathieu.

Jeremy Mathieu
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