Luis Fernando Tena saw a win with nine men evaporate as Pumas equalized in added time to deny the new boss a second victory of the season. Alan Pulido's first half penalty looked to have given the Guadalajara club all three points, but a red card for Alexis Vega allowed the visitors to search for a leveller which came via Carlos González Espínola.
After a sublime performance midweek in the Champions League at Tottenham, Bayern crashed back down to earth with a reality check from TSG Hoffenheim in their own stadium. Sargis Adamyan's brace left the Allianz Arena stunned as the visitors won 2-1. Not even a goal from Robert Lewandowski could salvage a point. Bayern leaked the winner just six minutes after their Polish striker looked to have earned them a point.
Atlético de Madrid
Atléti followed up Champions League victory in Moscow with a hard earned point away from home at Real Valladolid. It was Diego Simeone's second nil-nil draw on the bounce in La Liga, and it provided a missed opportunity to close the gap on city leaders Real and second placed FC Barcelona.
Eden Hazard grabbed his first Real Madrid goal as Los Blancos just did enough to get past Granada, cementing their place at the top of La Liga. The hosts followed up a disappointing draw midweek with Beligan side, Club Brugge by racing into a three goal lead against this season's surprise La Liga package. The visitors pulled the scoreline back to 3-2 before James Rodríguez restored two their cushion with an added time fourth.
Juventus / Inter
The Old Lady of Turin sent an empathic message to Inter in that they aren't quite ready to hand over their dominance of Serie A just yet by edging out their Milanese rivals in a thrilling matchup Sunday. Paulo Dybala gave Maurizio Sarri's side an early lead with his finish on four minutes before Lautaro Martínez equalized for Antonio Conte's Inter. However, Gonzalo Higuaín came off the bench to fire home the winner with just 10 minutes remaining.
Nikola Milenković’s second-half header proved to the pivotal moment as Fiorentina’s picked up a third consecutive win – narrowly navigating past Udinese at home. The Serbian's goal with 20 minutes of the game remaining ensured Vincenzo Montella's Viola climbed to eighth place in the table before the international break.
Franck Kessié registered his first goal of the season from the penalty spot as AC Milan came from behind to beat Genoa away from home. Lasse Schone's rocket of a free-kick had given Genoa the lead but two second half goals in six minutes, and a vital injury-time penalty save from Pepe Reina, ensured the Rossoneri went home will all three points.
After a humbling result at home to Bayern midweek, Mauricio Pochettino was looking for answers from his side away to Brighton. What he got was another collapse. The Seagulls ran out 3-0 winners on an afternoon where captain and goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris dislocated his elbow – an injury that is expected to keep the Frenchman out until the New Year. It just doesn't rain in North London at the moment for Spurs fans, it pours.
Defeat away at Newcastle United has given Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Red Devils their worst league start for 30 years. Matthew Longstaff scored on his debut – from a Manchester United corner – that exposed just how easily the North West side are opened up on the counter attack. There is though, no time for the Old Trafford side to ponder on where it went wrong Sunday – title favorites Liverpool are the next visitors after the international break.
The Gunners climbed into third place in the Premier League table, thanks to David Luiz's ninth minute header at home to Eddie Howe's, Bournemouth. It was the defender’s first goal since his surprise summer move from fellow London club, Chelsea. It was another home victory Unai Emery. Arsenal have won 17 home Premier League games under the Spaniard since the start of last season - only the top two, Liverpool and Man City, have won more.