Real Sociedad at the top of La Liga after AZ-Generale, Bosz and Sinkgraven still undefeated

The Bayer Leverkusen of Peter Bosz and Daley Sinkgraven is still one of the two Bundesliga clubs with undefeated status. Die Werkself caught up early against SC Freiburg, but eventually won with a comfortable margin. SC Freiburg-Bayer Leverkusen 2-4Lucas Höler was the celebrated man on the home team after just two minutes of play: he was sent into the depths, came face to face with goalkeeper Lukás Hrádecky and kept his nerves in control. Leverkusen was in the pursuit, but went into peace with a 1-2 head start thanks to two hits by Lucas Alaro. Nadiem Amiri seemed to take care of the final decision with a nicely placed distance shot, Nils Petersen made it exciting, Jonathan Tah made the final decision with a rake headball: 1-3, 2-3 and 2-4.

Celta de Vigo-Real Sociedad 1-4AZ will compete against the leader of the Primera División on Thursday: Real Sociedad has passed Real Madrid after the Northern Spanish meeting with Celta de Vigo. Routinier David Silva pointed the Basques with a rake headball the way in Galicia, Mikel Oyarzabal frommed for rest also the 0-2 inside. In the second half Real Sociedad finally distanced with two goals from Willian José. Iago Aspas saved the honor for the home team with a rake penalty.

Newcastle United-Everton 2-1Everton started overwhelmingly on the Premier League season, but is back on Earth. The team of Carlo Ancelotti could have been leading a victory over Newcastle United alongside city mate Liverpool, but suffered a loss of points for the third consecutive match. Callum Wilson won the points for The Magpies with a rake penalty and an inler. Premier League top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin took another goal in the extra time, but could not mean anything else for The Toffees.

Aston Villa-Southampton 3-4Southampton took place 3 earlier in the day after a sensational victory over the equally high-performing Aston Villa. Jannik Vestergaard entered the 0-1, James-Ward Prowse made two, and sniper Danny Ings got 0-4 with a delightful distance call, and Aston Villa got dangerously close in injury time — Ollie Watkins used a penalty and Jack Grealish scored — but the revival came too late.

Udinese-AC Milan 1-2AC Milan is still the service in Italy. The Rossoneri won Sunday afternoon at Udinese and are now at sixteen points: four more than reigning champion Juventus and challenger Atalanta Bergamo. Stadio Friuli did not go completely by itself: the race seemed to be heading for 1-1 for a long time, until Zlatan Ibrahimovic saved the furniture in the final phase. The 39-year-old fedette took care of the winning 1-2 with an acrobatic action in the sixteen meters.

Zlatan on his Zlatans! 🦁👏 Just before time, Ibrahimovic makes the 1-2! 💪 #ZiggoSport #SerieA #UDIMIL pic.twitter.com/21vyxRukPd
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