Juve continue winning run, Bayern claim record win

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Updated: October 21, 2012

Juventus moved three points clear at the top of Serie A after beating title rivals Napoli 2-0 with two late goals while AC Milan continued their worst start in seven decades with a 3-2 defeat at high-flying Lazio.

Bayern Munich set a new Bundesliga record of eight straight wins Saturday but clashes in Dortmund, which saw 200 fans arrested after a wrecking spree, overshadowed the achievement.

Bayern hammered Fortuna Duesseldorf 5-0 to stay top.

It was also the 300th Bundesliga victory for coach Jupp Heynckes thanks to goals by Croatia’s Mario Mandzukic, Brazil’s Luiz Gustavo and Rafina, plus two from Germany’s Thomas Mueller.

Paris St Germain went to the top of Ligue 1 on Saturday after a Kevin Gameiro header clinched a hard-fought 1-0 home victory over Stade Reims.

Lionel Messi’s 15th La Liga hat-trick lit up a nerve-jangling nine-goal thriller as Barcelona survived Javier Mascherano’s red card to win 5-4 at Deportivo Coruna to go three points clear at the top on Saturday.

Gonzalo Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo hit a goal apiece in either half as Real Madrid eased past Celta Vigo with a 2-0 victory

 Joaquin Sanchez scored late as Malaga prepared for their midweek match against AC Milan with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Real Valladolid