European football has only four undefeated teams left in its top leagues – FC Barcelona from the Spanish La Liga, AS Roma from the Italian Serie A, Bayern Munich from the German Bundesliga and Paris Saint-Germain from Ligue 1 in France.
Monaco were also among the undefeated teams heading into the last weekend, but lost for the first time to second-placed Lille, which means now PSG have a three point lead ahead of their biggest rivals in the Billionaire wars, and two points ahead of Lille, who have already lost twice this season. PSG themselves beat Lorient 4-0.
In Italy, Roma are no longer perfect, drawing 1-1 against Torino in Turin. This sparks a lot of hope for both Napoli and Juventus, who won over the weekend, bringing the gap between the two spot to the two favorites (beforehand) in the title race t only 3 points.
In Germany, Bayern Munich maintain their one point lead over Dortmund, as it seems the teams are rotating each week when it comes to who scores an easy win and who struggles on their way to victory. Dortmund had the easy win (6-1) over Stuttgart this time, but due to losing against Monchengladbach almost a month ago are one point behind Bayern, who have drawn one more time than Dortmund.
In Spain, the status quo remains. Barcelona have dropped only two points through the first 12 matches: A 0-0 draw at Osasuna. However, with a 1-0 win over Espanyol in the derby. It keeps them one point ahead of Atletico Madrid who have one loss this season (to Espanyol) and six ahead of Real Madrid, who have lost twice (to Barcelona and Atletico Madrid) and drawn once (Against Villarreal).