Right, that's all from tonight's Euro football. All good things have to come to an end, as Bayern Munich will tell you - their winning streak is finally over. Goodbye.
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The night's big winners were PSG, who stretch their lead at the top of Ligue 1 to a huge 10 points.
Surprise second-place side Angers play Monaco on Sunday.
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That late equaliser for Deportivo means Atletico miss the chance to go top of La Liga.
Diego Simeone's side will be four points off the lead if Real or Barcelona win tomorrow.
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So, as you can see, Bayern's draw gives them a healthy eight-point lead, but Dortmund can eight into their advantage if they can beat Werder Bremen tomorrow.
Well, not what we might have expected from tonight's action. Bayern had scored 33 goals in 10 games prior to tonight but their runaway train hit the buffers.
Is that good news for Arsenal? They play Bayern next, but will they be in the receiving end of a backlash from Pep Guardiola's men?
And it's all over in Rennes, where PSG are the only one of tonight's European title-chasers to get three points.
Their reward? A whopping ten point lead at the top of Ligue 1.
Eintracht Frankfurt have done it! They've become the first side to take points off Bayern this season. a job superbly well done by Armin Veh's men.
As for Bayern, their record season-opening winning streak ends at 10. They have to be content with extending their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to eight points.Copyright: Reuters
Robben flicks a header wide. 60 seconds left...
Honours even in La Coruna. Atleti miss the chance to go top.
Thomas Muller is the latest Bayern player to tumble to the floor in the box. Ref having none of it...
Five minutes added time for Bayern...
Lewandowski has done it! Or has he? No, the referee has chalked it off.
It was a lovely ball from Jerome Boateng, but the ref has got it spot on - Lewandowski was half a yard offside before he poked home. Brilliant refereeing.Copyright: Reuters
A lucky moment for Lucas Hradecky. He comes and flaps at a cross, doesn't get near it, but his defenders tidy up with the goal gaping.
We've seen this all before. Arjen Robben flops theatrically to the turf, but the referee is having none of it and shows him a yellow card. On closer inspection, Makoto Hasebe did have a hand on his shoulder. Lucky boy.
Bayern have seven minutes, plus added time, to avoid their first dropped points of the season.
Would you believe it, Robert Lewandowski has missed a gilt-edged chance. Arjen Robben dinks a lovely ball over the top, Lewandowski loses his centre-back, kills it stone dead, and just when you expected the net to bulge, fires the ball wide.
Meanwhile in Spain, Atletico's bid to go top of La Liga has hit the buffers! It's a horrible error from Gimenez, who dawdles on the edge of the area and is robbed by former Atletico man Lucas Perez. He sidles up to the goal, dribbles round the keeper and knocks the ball into the net.Copyright: Reuters
PSG's class finally tells as they take the lead with a superb goal. Marco Verratti sprays a magnificent 60-yard pass out to Lucas Moura on the left, and he centres for Angel Di Maria to fire home.
PSG going 10 points clear as it stands.Copyright: AFP
Douglas Costa has had his full-back on toast this evening: I've lost count of the number of times he's got past him and delivered a cross. But his delivery could use a little work: again he strays too close to the keeper with this one.
Aigner, who has been brilliant this evening, gets past Philipp Lahm and the Bayern captain drags him back. Easy decision for the ref. Stendera's delivery is decent, but just eludes Seferovic at the back post.
Philipp Lahm is allowed to wander all the way into the Eintracht penalty area, but his attempt to play in Lewandowski misses its target and dribbles wide of the post.Copyright: AFP
Xabi Alonso whips in an inviting free kick right onto the penalty spot, but Lewandowski, who has been quiet so far, directs his header over.
Bayern haven't failed to win a Bundesliga fixture since mid-May, five months ago. Could this be the night their winning streak comes to an end? Costa gets past Makoto Hasebe with a clever stepover but his cross goes straight into Hradecky's midriff.
Eintracht are really coming into this now. Stefan Aigner whips a magnificent ball into the area and Arturo Vidal has to slide in and put it behind.
Poor old Haris Seferovic is supposed to be a striker but has basically been playing as a wing-back tonight in order to keep Kingsley Coman under wraps. He can't live with the youngster's pace and trickery on the wing, and is forced to hack him down. Clear yellow.Copyright: EPA
And another huge chance for the home side! Javi Martinez's backpass takes a horrible bobble and Manuel Neuer's attempted clearance skews up in the air and falls straight to Marc Stendera. He connects well on the volley but Neuer does brilliantly to recover and push the ball to safety.
Out of nothing, Eintracht could be in front! Stefan Aigner does well to win a corner down the right, in it comes, it's flicked on by Alex Meier but Aigner doesn't gamble at the back post. Would ave been a tap-in.
Bayern haven't really needed to have four defenders at the back tonight and now they don't. Right-back Rafinha is replaced by Thomas Muller, who will play just off Lewandowski.
PSG have started the second period brightly - Maxwell whips in a threatening cross and Rennes keeper Benoit Costil does well to get down to it before Ezequiel Lavezzi can strike.
And Bayern could have been ahead within just 15 seconds of the restart! Carlos Zambrano slips, Douglas Costa pounces on the loose ball but Lucas Hradecky does brilliantly to spread himself and block the shot with his legs.Copyright: AP
And off we go again in Frankfurt...
We're back underway in La Coruna...
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Atletico are on their way to the top of La Liga if it stays like this.
And it's also half-time in France, with the score Rennes 0-0 PSG.
The referee's whistle goes, and you have to say that's a job very well done so far by Eintracht Frankfurt. Bayern Munich haven't carved out the chances their dominance has deserved.
So close to a second for Atleti! Diego Godin gets up highest to meet a corner and rattles the woodwork with a thumping header.
Rennes are causing PSG a few problems. Abdoulaye Doucoure and Juan Quintero play a lovely one-two on the edge of the area before Doucoure fires over.
Robert Lewandowski is slipped through on goal by Kingsley Coman, but the Pole just mistimed his run and the flag goes up. At the other end, Eintracht have their first corner of the night, but Lewandowski is there doing his dirty work to head away Marc Stendera's whipped delivery.
Finally, after a low-key opening half-hour in Europe, we have our first goal of the night! Pinball on the edge of the Deportivo area, the hosts don't clear their lines properly, and Tiago lashes a lovely drive into the bottom corner.
Atletico are top of La Liga as it stands.Copyright: Reuters
Arjen Robben dinks a lovely free kick into the area, and Javi Martinez glances a flick header wide. A frustrating opening half-hour for Bayern.
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A neat backheel from Douglas Costa almost allows Arjen Robben to unleash a shot, but a brave block thwarts the Dutchman. Eintracht are doing a decent job of stymying Bayern at the moment.
A bit of a lull in Frankfurt. Eintracht sitting deep in two banks of four and frustrating Bayern. Kingsley Coman whips a great cross in from the right, but Zambrano gets there ahead of Robert Lewandowski. Bayern, I'm told, have completed six times as many passes as Eintracht and have 80% possession. Dominance.
PSG are still pressing hard at Rennes. Ezequiel Lavezzi has just a thumping shot from a tight angle turned behind for a corner.
It's been a quiet start at Deportivo. Antoine Griezmann has gone closest for Atletico with a fierce drive from the edge of the box which was well blocked by Fernando Navarro.
Robert Lewandowski shows great vision to clip a neat reverse pass into the path of Arjen Robben, but Hradecky does well to rush out and smother. Bayern, as expected, well on top in the early exchanges.
Signs of life from Eintracht on the counter. Swiss striker Haris Seferovic plays a neat one-two and then blazes a shot over the top.
First real chance for Bayern! Arjen Robben stands up a floaty cross from the left, Arturo Vidal rises highest and directs a firm header goalwards which Lucas Hradecky does well to palm over the top. The corner comes to nothing.
Plenty of place on the flanks tonight for Bayern, with Kingsley Coman on the right and Douglas Costa on the left. Those two have added a different dimension to Bayern this season. Costa glides down the wing and gets a cut-back away, but it's well blocked.
Bayern, playing in white tonight, are just oozing control and composure in possession. Centre-back Jerome Boateng is being allowed to casually saunter ten yards inside the Eintracht half with the ball at his feet. Still, no clear-cut openings as yet for the visitors.
Meanwhile, it's been a lively start for PSG, for whom Ezequiel Lavezzi has just fired a free kick a whisker wide of the post.
Eintracht already have 11 men inside their own half. They look well organised, but it's going to be a long night for Armin Veh's men.
Goodness me, just 17 seconds on the clock and we have our first yellow card. Stefan Aigner goes through the back of Rafinha and is booked. An uncomfortable evening in prospect for him.
It'll be a big test for Eintracht tonight. They've won just one of their last six in the Bundesliga. We're almost ready to go in Frankfurt...
Just like Bayern Munich in Germany, PSG already have a seven-point at the top of the table in France.
Laurent Blanc's side have made a fine start to the season, winning nine and drawing two of their 11 games.
Tonight they take on seventh-placed Rennes, who are without a win in their last six matches.Copyright: AP
In Spain, Diego Simeone's Atletico can go top of La Liga if they can beat Deportivo La Coruna this evening.
Victory will see them nudge one point ahead of title rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona - both in action tomorrow.
Los Colchoneros will be looking for the influential Antoine Griezmann to add to his four goals for this season, but that won't be easy against a Deportivo side who have also started the season strongly - they lie sixth, just six points behind their opponents.Copyright: AP
Hello and welcome to tonight's instalment of European football.
Not only will we see Bayern bid to keep their record-breaking run going, we've also got action from the top end of La Liga and Ligue 1...
We're only ten games into the Bundesliga season, but it's already looking like Bayern Munich might have the title wrapped up in time for Christmas.
Pep Guardiola's side have not so much set the pace as screeched off down the autobahn, with ten wins from their first ten and 33 goals from their first ten games.
Can anyone stop them? Tonight it's Eintracht Frankfurt's turn to try and halt the charge...Copyright: EPA