Raphinha helps Barca extend lead at top

Rafinha scored the only goal as La Liga leaders Barcelona beat Athletic Bilbao at San Mames to take a nine-point lead over Real Madrid. second place madrid

The Brazilian national team came on in first-half stoppage time. With an effort given after a VAR review after the flag had initially been offside.

Barca then benefited from technology again in the 89th minute. Inaki Williams thought he had leveled, but VAR detected a handball in the defensive line. While Xavi’s team saw a 1-0 victory

Fourth-place Real Sociedad drew 1-1 at Mallorca, with Carlos Fernandez’s early opener canceled by Lee Cangin shortly after the break. The visitors sent Miguel Merino off in the closing stages.

Real Betis and Villarreal finished fifth and sixth respectively with a 1-1 draw.

Sevilla moved out of relegation after they beat Almeria 2-1 at home, with Erik Lamela scoring the winner in the 73rd minute.

Jorge Sampaoli’s side moved up to 13th, two points clear of the relegation zone, with Getafe replacing them in 18th place.

In Serie A, played at the Stadio Olimpico, 10-man Roma beat Sassuolo 4-3.

Jose Mourinho’s men, now in fifth, were 2-0 up ahead thanks to Armand Llorente’s brace and after a response from Nicola Salewski, Jose Mourinho’s challenge Marash Kambulla against Domenico Berardi in first-half stoppage time handed the defenders a penalty. While the former was sent off.

Paulo Dybala cut the deficit again before Andrea Pinamonti put the away side 4-2 up, Roma then bounced past Georginio Wijnaldum late on but were unable to salvage a point.

Juventus were also involved in an action-packed game as they beat Sampdoria 4-2 at home.

The game was tied at 2-2 at halftime. Goals from Juve Bremer and Adrien Rabiot were followed by Tommaso’s effort. Augello and Filip Jurisic then Rabiot scored the second in the 64th minute before Matias Soule (pictured above) sealed the victory in extra time.

There was also a 2-0 victory for Torino at Lecce. and Fiorentina at Cremonese, while Hellas Verona and Monza drew 1-1 at Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi.

In Ligue 1, second-placed Marseille are 10 points behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain after two late goals from Jean-Judes Aholu denied them victory at home. against Strasbourg

Although Leonardo Balerdi was sent off in the first half but OM looked three points behind Chancellor. Embemba and Alexis Sanchez scored a second-half penalty. But Aholu scored in the 88th and 89th minutes to secure a 2-2 draw for his side.

Lens moved up to third after thrashing Clermont Foot 4-0 at Stade Gabriel-Monpie. which netted a stunning hat-trick from Lois Openda.

Lens jumped over Monaco, who lost 1-0 at home to Reims, thanks to Folarin Balogun’s 51st-minute goal.

In the Bundesliga, fourth-placed Union Berlin’s winless run extended to the fourth match due to Patrick’s level players. Wimmer saw them draw 1-1 at Wolfsburg.

Freiburg are level with Union and third-placed RB Leipzig are fifth after Ritsu Doan’s 89th-minute effort secured victory over Hoffenheim 2. -1 which sent Ozan Kabak off five minutes ago.

Bayer Leverkusen Fighting back from a 3-2 winner at Werder Bremen

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