Juve march on, Barca leave it late

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Updated: September 30, 2012

Juventus, Bayern Munich, PSG and Barcelona all clinched the points in their respective leagues, however Barca left it late against Sevilla, David Villa providing them with the late winner.

Sevilla will be disappointed with the outcome as they led 2-1 until the 89th minute when Fabregas scored the equalizer and his second of the game.  They werent quite finished as 2 minutes into injury time Villa shattered Sevilla with the left footed winner, leaving Barca with 6 wins from 6 and 18 points.

Malaga are 4 points adrift in second place following another superb win, 4-0 over Betis, while Real Sociedad beat Basque rivals Athletic Bilbao 2-0.

Valencia moved up to eighth, one point and one place below Betis, with a 2-0 home defeat of lowly Zaragoza.

In France, PSG, who spent over 200 million euros on transfers since being taken over by Qatar investors last year, were a in a class of their own as they defeated Sochaux 2-0, Kevin Gameiro with a first half double.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side are on 15 points and trail arch rivals Olympique Marseille, who they travel to next weekend, by three points.

In Italy, Juventus pulled away from Napoli at the top of Italy’s Serie A with a 4-1 thrashing of Roma as hosts Parma held AC Milan to a 1-1 draw.

Pirlo is a class above and was at the center of everything good as Juve now sit on 45 games unbeaten.

In Germany, goals in the final nine minutes from Luis Gustavo and Mario Mandzukic gave Bayern Munich 6 wins out of six as they eased to a 2-0 win at Werder Bremen.

Dortmund enjoyed a much needed 5-0 victory over Borussia Moenchengladbach getting their seasson back on track after an indifferent start.