Celtic back on top
Glasgow, UK - Celtic reinstated its two-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership by beating Hibernian 2-0 to pick up its eighth consecutive league victory.
Rangers had momentarily moved in to first place with a 2-0 win at Motherwell, but were usurped after Neil Lennon's side claimed all three points. Alfredo Morelos clinched Rangers' 2-0 win before the volatile striker endured more red card misery on Sunday.
Ronaldo scores twice
Milan, Italy - Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Juventus beat Udinese 3-1 to go top of the
Italian League - for a few hours at least. The Portuguese blasted in a crisp shot from the edge of the area for a fourth goalscoring game in a row.
He then smashed in a first-time shot from Gonzalo Higuain's through ball before
Leonardo Bonucci headed home to make it 3-0 before the break. Ronaldo almost grabbed his first Italian league hat-trick as he hit the post, before Ignacio Pussetto's late consolation.
Juve keeper Gianluigi Buffon made his 646th league appearance, one short of Paolo Maldini's all-time record. It was Buffon's 700th league appearance including Serie B and the French top flight.
Inter Milan will go back to the top if it avoids defeat at Fiorentina later on Sunday.
Earlier on Saturday, Gennaro Gattuso's debut as Napoli coach ended in a 2-1 injury-time defeat to Parma as last season's league runner-up extended its winless run to eight league games. Other results: Saturday: Brescia 3 Lecce 0, Genoa 0 Sampdoria 1. Sunday: Verona 3 Torino 3, Bologna 2 Atalanta 1, AC Milan 0 Sassuolo 0. Spanish League: Saturday: Athletic Bilbao 0 Eibar 0, Atletico Madrid 2 Osasuna 0. Sunday: Getafe 2 Real Valladolid 0, Celta Vigo 2 Mallorca 2 , Espanyol 2 Real Betis 2. French League: Saturday: Metz 1 Marseille 1, Nimes 0 Nantes 1, Brest 0 Nice 0, Angers 0 Monaco 0, Amiens 1 Dijon 1, Toulouse 0 Reims 1. Sunday: Bordeaux 0 Strasbourg 1. German League: Saturday: Fortuna Dusseldorf 0 RB Leipzig 3. Sunday: Wolfsburg 1 Borussia Moenchengladbach 1.
Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne celebrates after scoring against Arsenal on Sunday