BBC Sport rounds up the action from the main European leagues.
First-half goals from David Trezeguet and Pavel Nedved helped Juventus to a 2-0 win over Inter Milan and maintained their 100% record in Serie A this season.
Trezeguet headed home in the 22nd minute after Zlatan Ibrahimovic's free-kick rebounded and Nedved wrapped up the win with his 34th-minute free-kick.
Nedved (right) moved Juventus 2-0 ahead with his free-kick
Two first-half goals from captain Paolo Maldini gave AC Milan to a 2-1 victory over Reggina on
Sunday moved them up to second place
Fiorentina are level on 13 points with Milan after a 3-2 home victory against fellow Tuscans Livorno who scored both their goals in the final four minutes.
On Saturday Udinese striker Vincenzo Iaquinta marked his return from a contract dispute with a goal and an
assist in the 3-0 win over Lazio.
Iaquinta agreed a new deal on Friday - having previously been dropped from the squad earlier this month after
refusing to extend his contract beyond 2007.
Seven minutes after the restart, Iaquinta won a penalty when he was brought down inside the area under challenge
from Lazio defenders Sebastiano Siviglia and Luciano Zauri.
Iaquinta picked himself up and blasted the penalty past keeper Angelo Peruzzi.
Udinese's second came after Iaquinta headed on for his strike partner Antonio Di Natale, who fired home.
A wonderful solo goal from Frenchman Vincent Candela, who ran half the length of the pitch before chipping Peruzzi, wrapped up the win.
Werder Bremen scored twice in the
last five minutes to beat Hertha Berlin 2-1 in a thrilling
battle for second place in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
Tim Borowski equalised in the 85th minute and Nelson Valdez
out leapt Germany defender Arne Friedrich to head in a cross four
minutes later to give Bremen victory.
Pal Dardai had put the hosts in front in the 48th minute at Berlin's Olympic Stadium.
Leaders Bayern Munich, who are two points ahead of Bremen, bounced back from their first defeat of the season
against Hamburg SV last week with a comfortable 2-0 home win over VfL Wolfsburg.
Roque Santa Cruz and Lucio scored their first goals of the campaign for Bayern, who have yet to concede a goal in their new stadium.
But Hamburg SV closed the gap on Bayern to a point with a 3-0 win away at Kaiserslautern on Sunday.
Dutchman Van der Vaart's double after 36 and 82 minutes and Bosnian Sergej Barbarez (50) keep Hamburg's unbeaten record after eight games.
Surprise Primera Liga package Getafe came from behind to beat Valencia 2-1 to move two points clear at the top.
Valencia striker David Villa celebrated his recall to the Spain squad with his sixth goal of the season, diving to head home Vicente's cross after 30 minutes.
Getafe striker Riki equalised just before the break with a volley into the roof of the net.
Beckham set up three goals in Real Madrid's 4-0 victory
Two minutes from time Riki crossed for midfielder Pablo Redondo, who scored at the far post.
Villa was sent off in injury time for a red-card offence as
Barcelona recovered from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw at home to Real Zaragoza.
Barca striker Samuel Eto'o rescued a point for the champions
two minutes from time when he pounced to net his sixth goal of
the season in a frantic finish to the game.
Zaragoza's Argentinian brothers Gabriel and Diego Milito had
stunned Barca with two quick goals at the start of the
second half in the Nou Camp.
On Sunday, Real Madrid overwhelmed Real Mallorca 4-0 to move the team past Barcelona and into third in the league.
England captain David Beckham set up three of the four goals, which all came from Real's Brazilian contingent - Roberto Carlos scoring twice and Ronaldo and Julio Baptista netting one apiece.
Celta Vigo missed the chance to return to the top of the league after being held to a 1-1 draw by Cadiz.
With 13 minutes left Paraguayan defender Delio Toledo was red-carded after bringing down Dutchman Mark van Bommel in
Brazilian forward Ronaldinho stepped up to score from the spot, with Eto'o sealing the point from what had looked a lost cause.
League leaders Olympique Lyon extended their unbeaten run to 10 games after recovering from a goal down to beat Stade Rennes 3-1.
Juninho cancelled out Kim Kallstrom's earlier effort in the 52nd minute before Lyon took the lead for the first time in the 74th through Chelsea reject Tiago's diving header.
France international Sylvain Wiltord ensured the win with four minutes left on the clock to leave Lyon four points clear of Paris St Germain.
Second-placed Paris St Germain beat Nantes 2-0 with both PSG goals coming after midfielder Edouard Cisse had been sent off after receiving a second yellow card.
PSG took the lead when Colombia defender Mario Yepes beat the offside trap in the 67th minute.
Pauleta is the top scorer in Ligue 1
Portugal striker Pauleta added a second from an indirect free kick inside the area after Nantes goalkeeper Mickael Landreau picked up a pass from one of his defenders.
Late on Nantes defender David Leray was also sent off.
Girondins Bordeaux remained in third place, a point behind PSG, with
a 1-0 victory at bottom club Metz.
Brazilian midfielder Fernando scored the only goal early in
the second half.
Soon after Metz had defender Mehdi Meniri sent off for a second bookable offence.
Champions Lyon, chasing an unprecedented fifth successive
title, will try to extend their unbeaten run to 10 Ligue 1 games
when they visit lowly Stade Rennes on Sunday.
Utrecht striker Robin Nelisse's hat-trick inflicted a first league defeat of the season on Dutch leaders Feyenoord who ended a miserable week by losing 3-1 on Sunday.
Erwin Koeman's side, who bowed out of the Uefa Cup to Rapid
Bucharest in midweek, fell behind after six minutes when
Marc-Antoine Fortune set up former Feyenoord striker Nelisse to
score from close range.
A blunder by Utrecht keeper Franck Grandel, who saw his
punch rebound off his own defender Sander Keller's back and into
the net, hauled Feyenoord level just before halftime.
Nelisse restored the lead four minutes after the break when
Feyenoord keeper Patrick Lodewijks misjudged a shot from outside
the box, before quickly completing his hat-trick. Utrecht had
Dwight Tiendalli sent off on 65 minutes but held out.
Ajax fought back from a goal down to beat Sparta
Sparta took the lead early in the second half through Sjaak Polak but Nigel de Jong scored twice to hand Ajax victory.
Feyenoord remain top with 18 points after seven matches,
three above AZ Alkmaar who host NEC Nijmegen later on Sunday.
RKC Waalwijk are third with 15 after a 2-1 defeat at ADO Den
Haag on Saturday.
Champions PSV Eindhoven travel to Heerenveen on Sunday.