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Chelsea remain atop of Premier League, Napoli suffer 1st loss in Serie A

Chelsea beat Leicester City 3-0 on Saturday to remain atop of Premier League.

Antonio Rudiger, N’Golo Kante and Christian Pulisic gave the London side a comfortable win at King Power, increasing their points to 29.

Chelsea are followed by Manchester City, which beat Everton 3-0 at home.

In the most anticipated matchup of the week, Liverpool hammered Arsenal 4-0 at home to be in third place with 25 points.

Manchester United parted ways with manager Ole Solskjaer on Sunday after suffering a devastating 4-1 loss to Watford.

The club had six losses in their last seven league matches.

Leaders Napoli suffer their 1st defeat in league

Serie A leaders Napoli suffered their first defeat after losing to Inter Milan 3-2 in an away match.

Zielinski scored the opener for Napoli at the beginning of the match but Hakan Calhanoglu converted the penalty to equalize the score and Ivan Perisic made the score 2-1 for Inter Milan.

In the second half, Lautaro Martinez doubled the lead and Dries Mertens scored to reduce the gap, ending the match 3-2.

The second-placed Milan lost to Fiorentina 4-3 while Atalanta secured an easy 5-2 win over Spezia to remain to chase the leaders.

Napoli and Milan each have 32 points, followed by Inter Milan with 28 points and Atalanta have 25.

Barcelona seal win in their 1st match under Xavi

Xavi Hernandez won his first game in charge of Barcelona while his team beat city rivals Espanyol 1-0 in La Liga thanks to Memphis Depay’s penalty.

Real Madrid beat Granada 4-1 to jump top of the table with 30 points while Real Sociedad drew 0-0 over Valencia at home, now have 29 points in the second spot.

Sevilla increased their points to 28 after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Alaves and the fourth-placed Atletico Madrid defeated Osasuna 1-0 with Felipe’s late winner.

Dortmund cut gap on Bayern Munich to 1 point

Having beaten VfB Stuttgart 2-1 at home, Borussia Dortmund cut the gap on Bayern Munich to one point in the Bundesliga title race after Bayern Munich suffered a shock 2-1 defeat by FC Augsburg.

Leaders Bayern Munich have 28 points while Bayern Dortmund 27, followed by Freiburg which lost to Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 at home. Freiburg have 22 points.

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