European: Haaland shines in Sancho' t absence

Borussia Dortmund shrugged off the lack of Jadon Sancho as they returned in order to winning ways in the Bundesliga having a 4-0 win over Freiburg.

The Manchester United transfer focus on was laid low by contamination and the home side went into the overall game on the back of successive beats to Augsburg and Bayern Munich.

But Erling Haaland scored a double either part of Emre Can’s 47th-minute hit, before Haaland turned provider to put together Felix Passlack to seal the particular win in added time in front side of 11, 500 socially-distanced vistors.

RB Leipzig moved to the top from the table as they also claimed the 4-0 win over Schalke, whose club-record operate without a win was extended to eighteen games.

Picture: Erling Haaland blasts home throughout Borussia Dortmund’s victory

A Can Bozdogan personal goal opened Leipzig’s account just before headers from Angelino and Willi Orban put the game out of reach from the visitors. Marcel Halstenberg completed the particular scoring from the penalty spot.

Eintracht Frankfurt came from behind to defeat Hoffenheim 2-1, with second-half goals through Daichi Kamada and Bas Dost cancelling out Andrej Kramaric’s 18th-minute opener.

Goals through Alassane Plea, Stefan Lainer plus Lars Stindl gave Borussia Monchengladbach an appropriate 3-1 win at Cologne , who replied past due through Elvis Rexhbecaj.

Leonardo Bittencourt grabbed the only objective as Werder Bremen beat Arminia Bielefeld 1-0, while Sasa Kalajdzic grabbed a place for Stuttgart in a 1-1 draw along with Bayer Leverkusen , who led through Patrik Kleidsam.

La Liga: Suarez and Atletico draw blank

Luis Suarez shows his stress during Atletico Madrid' s 0-0 draw

Image: Luis Suarez displays his frustration during Atletico Madrid’s 0-0 draw

Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 at home to Villarreal upon Saturday in La Liga for the second consecutive goalless draw which usually further punctured the euphoria using their excellent start to the campaign.

Luis Suarez had a silent first home start after their star performance from the bench within last week’s 6-1 win over Granada and Atletico only really began to create some danger when the Uruguayan came off and was changed by Diego Costa.

Costa twice came close to snatching a late winner but did not connect with dangerous crosses from Yannick Carrasco, while Villarreal could also have discovered a late goal in an end-to-end finish, as forward Gerard Moreno volleyed narrowly wide.

Villarreal played the better football for many of the game and could have taken the particular lead in either half by means of right-back Mario Gaspar, who was thwarted on both occasions by excellent will save from ‘keeper Jan Oblak.

Unai Emery’s Villarreal provisionally lead the standings with 8 points from five games, whilst Atletico, who started the campaign fourteen days later, have taken five from 3.

Atletico went into the overall game looking for a response after being terminated out by Huesca in Wednesday’s goalless draw but again struggled in order to down their opponents, and Oblak was critical with his side.

“We were too stationary in the first half and the a lot more space we found the better all of us played but we need to play like this from the start. We should have got down the wings more and played more crosses, inch said the goalkeeper.

Cristian Tello celebrates with Sergio Canales during Real Betis' win

Image: Cristian Tello celebrates with Sergio Canales during Real Betis’ win

“Villarreal planned the overall game well, they closed us lower well in the first half plus didn’t give us any room. They played well, we could did more but we didn’t perform enough to win. We keep here with a draw which i was not looking for. ”

Meanwhile, a 90th-minute goal simply by Kevin Rodrigues gave 10-man Eibar the 2-1 victory over Valladolid .

Eibar earned the points despite having fun with a man down from the 73rd moment due to a red card for midfielder Pape Diop. The visitors opened up the scoring with Esteban Burgos converting a penalty kick, but Toni Villa equalised for Valladolid.

Manuel Pellegrini’s Real Betis kept their spot at the top of the rankings with a 2-0 win at Valencia because of goals by Sergio Canales within the first half and Cristian Tello in the second.

The particular victory ended Betis’ two-game shedding streak after they had opened using a consecutive victories.

Real Sociedad transferred behind Betis in the standings right after defeating Getafe 3-0 at home for their 2nd win in five matches. Mikel Oyarzabal, Mikel Merino and Cristian Portugus scored for Sociedad. Real Madrid visit Levante on Sunday, while Barcelona sponsor Sevilla .

Serie A: Pedro fire Roma to first win

Pedro was on target throughout Roma' s win on Saturday

Picture: Pedro was on target throughout Roma’s win on Saturday

Spain international Pedro scored his first goal with regard to his new club AS Roma because they beat Udinese 1-0 away on Sunday to register their first win from the Serie A season.

The 33-year-old, who moved through Chelsea in July, picked up the loose defensive clearance well away from penalty area before unleashing the thunderous strike that went within off the upright after 55 a few minutes.

Roma had gathered only one point from their opening 2 matches but were catapulted to the top half of the standings right after Saturday’s success.

It had been a third loss for Udinese, nevertheless seeking their first points from the new campaign.

Yet there were plenty of chances for the house team at the Friuli Stadium because they forced several key saves from veteran Roma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante.

Kevin Lasagna, especially, had a host of chances yet failed to convert for Udinese.

Rainy conditions did not prevent a free-flowing game with Roma also squandering opportunities to win with a bigger margin.

Previously, Francesco Caputo scored twice as Sassuolo proceeded to go top of the table with a 4-1 house win over promoted Crotone , who have now lost their particular opening three games back in the best flight.

The planned game between Genoa and Torino was known as off earlier this week after Genoa said 11 players plus 4 members of staff tested optimistic for COVID-19.

Ligue 1: Lens move up to 2nd

Lens secured a 2-0 conquer nine-man Saint Etienne and moved as much as second place in Ligue 1 because of goals from Gael Kakuta plus Florian Sotoca after the visitors had been hit with red cards regarding Timothee Kolodziejczak and Wahbi Khazri on Saturday.

Kolo was the first to be sent away after conceding an early penalty having a clumsy tackle that injured Ignatius Ganago. Referee Bastein Dechepy seen a replay of the incident prior to brandishing the red card on the 29-year-old defender, with Kakuta shooting Lens into the lead with the place kick.

Saint Etienne sent Khazri on in the 2nd half but his first look of the season was a short-lived matter as he was dismissed in the 64th minute for a lunging tackle upon Jonathan Gradit as the two ran for a long ball.

Sotoca settled the game with a towering header from a corner in the 81st minute to wrap up the success that sent Lens up to 2nd spot on 13 points behind frontrunners Stade Rennes, who have a game available, on goal difference. Saint Etienne are seventh on 10. At the same time, Nice beat 10-man Nantes 2-1.

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