Roma surrendered its perfect start in the Italian soccer league by drawing at Torino. Atletico Madrid narrowed the gap to Spanish La Liga leader Barcelona to one point with a 2-0 victory against Athletic Bilbao.
Atletico Madrid routed Real Betis 5-0 to move within a point of Spanish soccer league leader Barcelona, which defeated Real Madrid at the weekend. Roma set a record for the best start to Italy’s Serie A.
Juventus lost 4-2 at Fiorentina yesterday and dropped five points behind leader Roma, which stayed perfect in the Italian soccer league. Barcelona and Atletico Madrid lost their 100 percent records in Spain.
Juventus beat Roma 4-0 to take a three-point lead atop Italian soccer’s Serie A over AC Milan, which failed to win for a third time in four games. Borussia Dortmund clinched the German title and Real Madrid extended its advantage in Spain.
Real Madrid’s lead atop Spanish soccer’s La Liga was cut to eight points after a stoppage-time goal earned Malaga a 1-1 away draw. Udinese and Napoli missed the chance to go third in Italy’s Serie A by tying 2-2.
Juventus beat Inter Milan 2-0 to stay unbeaten in Italian soccer’s Serie A and keep within four points of leader AC Milan. Malaga won 2-1 at Espanyol to pull even on points with third-place Valencia in Spain.