Bayern Munich dropped points for the third consecutive Bundesliga match as Stuttgart scored an injury-time penalty at the Allianz Arena to end the draw 2-2.

The hosts took the lead in the 36th minute through Matistel, 17, who became Bayern’s youngest scorer in the Bundesliga.

Then Stuttgart striker Serhou Gilassy saw a goal disallowed due to a foul on a build-up.

However, the away team equalized at the same time by substitute Chris Fuhlich, but Bayern quickly regained the lead when Jamal Musiara dived into the far corner.

Guillassy hit the crossbar and another goal was ruled out by VAR, but stoppage time had the final say.

Referee Christian Dingert confirmed Matthijs de Ligt’s second-half challenge against the Guinean striker on the pitchside monitor and pointed to the penalty spot.

Hoffenheim leveled with leaders Bayern Munich after beating 10-man Mainz 4–1.

After VAR upgraded the yellow card to red for a foul, defender Alexander Huck was sent off at the end of the first half resulting in a penalty – but Andrei Kramaric shot wide.

The Croatian forward made a correction to put Hoffenheim ahead early in the second half, with Grisha Plomer and Munas Dabur also on the scoresheet. Hoffenheim defender Pavel Kaderabek added a fourth goal in stoppage time, though Dominic Cole provided some solace in the second half.

Elsewhere on Saturday, RB Leipzig beat Borussia Dortmund 3-0 as new manager Marco Rose secured a win in his first match against his former club.

Wolfsburg have won the Bundesliga opener after a 1-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt. Meanwhile, Schalke earned his maiden win with his 3-1 win over bottom club Bochum. Hertha Berlin and Bayer his Leverkusen drew with him 2-2.

La Liga

Barcelona ran out a comfortable 4-0 winner in Cadiz. In Cadiz, the La Liga match was interrupted in the closing stages after a medical emergency in the stands.

Cádiz goalkeeper Jeremias Ledesma takes a defibrillator into the stands, where a supporter is treated by doctors (Jose Breton/AP)

Frenkie De Jong put Barca forward early in the second half before Robert Lewandowski (Champions League start on the bench before a critical clash with Champions League former club Bayern Munich). ) doubled the lead from close range.

With about 10 minutes remaining, the match was suspended and the players were taken off due to a medical emergency in the stands.

Play eventually resumed just after 9pm local time, with goals from Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele in the closing minutes to put Barça ahead of Reed Madrid in the lead.

José Carmona scored two goals in the first half as Sevilla beat Espanyol 3-2 to finally record the LaLiga win.

The away side finished with 10 men after former Tottenham midfielder Eric Lamela was sent off in the closing minutes.

Saturday’s second half saw Atlético Madrid beat Celta Vigo 4-1 and Rayo Vallecano beat Valencia 2-1.

Serie A

Giacomo Raspadori’s late goal gave Napoli a 1-0 victory over Spezia and top of Serie A.

AC Milan sent off Portuguese striker Rafael Leon early in the second half at Sampdoria, but Olivier Giroud’s penalties leveled Napoli on 14 points before winning 2-1.

Marcelo Brozovic scored with just a minute left in Inter Milan’s 1-0 win over Torino at San Siro.

League Ann

Neymar’s first-half goal proved sufficient to extend an unbeaten start for Paris Saint-Germain with a 1–0 win at home to Brest.

Brest missed a chance to equalize in the second half when Islam Slimani saw a penalty saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Marseille beat Lille 2-1 to extend their fifth consecutive league win to move into second place.

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