Barcelona’s victory restored a four-point lead over second-placed Atlético Madrid, with big rivals Real Madrid trailing by seven. Dani Ceballos fired a debut double to help ease pressure on Zinedine Zidane as Real edged out Alavés 2-1.

Francisco Aday and Gorka Iraizoz to place through their very own internet because the Catalan giants guaranteed a victory that cemented 4-point lead towards the top of the table.

Alex Sandro added Juve’s third having a bullet header right before the hour-mark and Dybala capped another impressive display having a late second as Juve cruised to some seventh successive home league win against their Turin rivals.

Victory moved Dortmund two points obvious of Hoffenheim and three in front of Bayern Munich, who surrendered a 2-goal result in draw 2-2 in your own home to Wolfsburg on Friday night.

Luis Suárez celebrates his goal against Girona

Luis Suárez celebrates his goal against Girona.

Photograph: Alejandro Garcia/Environmental protection agency

European roundup: Barcelona sweep to sixth successive La Liga win

Barça stay four points obvious at the surface of the league

Dortmund thrash Gladbach to visit two points obvious

Barcelona taken past Girona 3- for his or her sixth successive win from the new LaLiga campaign, with two own goals helping their cause.

Luis Suárez powered home his 87th Barcelona goal on his 100th club appearance following the break, as well as motivated Iraizoz’s own goal having a cute stepover.

In Germany Borussia Dortmund powered two points obvious towards the top of the Bundesliga having a thumping 6-1 make an impression on Borussia Mönchengladbach.

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