European football: Neymar selfie, Pogba gets shirty
It was business as usual in Germany, Spain and France, with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain all topping their respective leagues.
But what are the stories you might have missed? Neymar's selfie with a pitch invader, a 16-year-old debutant keeper for AC Milan, a league title won.
Paul Pogba pens a cryptic message on his shirt, and is a former Premier League boss set for a return to management?
BBC Sport has dug beneath the surface of European football this weekend - and this is what we have found.
Neymar's pitch invader selfie
There's a time and a place for a selfie; on the pitch at the Nou Camp during a game probably isn't one of them.
That didn't stop one intrepid pitch invader from grabbing Neymar for a quick snap as he was escorted from the playing surface during the 3-1 win over Eibar.
Barcelona's Brazilian midfielder happily obliged in a scene his number one fan is unlikely to be able to ever recreate.
Rookie 16-year-old keeper parties like it's 1999
Gianluigi Donnarumma doesn't remember too clearly what he was up to in the 12 months made famous by the classic Prince tune, but he has a good reason for that. It was the year he was born.
Some 16 years on, AC Milan handed the rookie his debut in Sunday's 2-1 win over Sassuolo, making him the youngest keeper to start a Serie A match.
Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic opted to replace former Real Madrid keeper Diego Lopez, 33, with Donnarumma after three matches without a win.
Donnarumma's senior debut comes two years after he joined the 18-time Italian champions' Under-15 team. The win lifted AC Milan to 10th in the table.
Derby, derby, derby
Manchester and Wearside weren't the only locations to stage local spats over the weekend. In fact, you couldn't move for derbies across Europe.
In Turkey, honours were even as Fenerbahce and Galatasaray played out a 1-1 draw in the latest chapter of Istanbul's century-long Intercontinental Derby.
Diego put hosts Fenerbahce ahead before half-time, but Olcan Adin's header levelled for the second-placed visitors with six minutes left to seal a result of greater satisfaction to Besiktas, who can extend their lead at the top when they play at Antalyaspor on Monday.
Sporting secured an emphatic 3-0 victory over Benfica as Estadio da Luz played host to the Lisbon derby.
Unbeaten Sporting's lead over their neighbours is now eight points, as they brought Benfica's five-game winning home run to an end.
In Vienna, FK Austria won 2-1 at Rapid to draw level on points with Austrian Bundesliga leaders FC Red Bull Salzburg, moving five points ahead of their cross-city foes with whom they share a rivalry dating back to 1911.
Poyet to return to management?
Is former Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet set for a return to management?
The 47-year-old has been linked with Greek side AEK Athens.
Poyet has been out of work since he was sacked by the Black Cats in March after 18 months in charge at the Stadium of Light.
Reports suggest the Uruguayan has held talks with AEK, who are searching for a new boss following the resignation of Traianos Dellas after two and a half years in the job.
AEK are fourth in the Greek Super League, eight points behind unbeaten leaders Olympiakos, after interim manager Stelios Manolas led them to a 5-1 victory over Iraklis.
This Finnish couldn't get much tighter
Just eight years after they were formed, SJK are champions of Finland after clinching the title on the final day of the season - with a little help from Liverpool.
A 2-0 home win over bottom-placed FF Jaro sealed top spot by a point.
British players Wayne Brown and Richie Dorman have played an important part in the success.
As did on-loan Reds midfielder Allan Rodrigues de Souza, as the club based in Seinajoki finished with 60 points from 33 matchers.
Going into the final day, RoPS and HJK of Helsinki both retained title hopes if SJK slipped up.
But they held their nerve and goals from Mehmet Hetemaj and Roope Riski sparked memorable celebrations at the final whistle.
Cryptic Pogba gets shirty
Paul Pogba sent social media into overdrive by adding a handwritten number five to the back of his shirt as Juventus beat Atalanta 2-0 in Serie A.
Theories abound as to the reason behind the Frenchman's '+5' felt-tip handiwork.
In the absence of an explanation from the midfielder, one theory put forward on Twitter is that together the three figures (1, 0 and 5) add up to six, Pogba's previous squad number.
Or perhaps the 22-year-old is a not so secret fan of 15 to 1?
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