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A weekly ranking of Champions League teams as they compete in their domestic leagues.

Juventus No Change

1. Juventus

Juve have now won 30 straight Serie A home matches after beating Empoli 2-0 over the weekend. Their lead in Italy stands at seven points. Video highlights

Real Madrid No Change

2. Real Madrid

Real went down 2-0 away to Villarreal, only to come back for a 3-2 win as Alvaro Morata scored the third in the 83rd minute. Their lead atop La Liga is just a point, but with a game in hand. Video highlights

Bayern Munich No Change

3. Bayern Munich

Bayern beat up on Hamburg for an 8-0 scoreline and hold a five point lead in the Bundesliga.. They’ve now scored 44 goals in their last seven home matches against Hamburg. Video highlights.

Monaco No Change

4. Monaco

After their frantic 5-3 loss at Manchester City in the Champions League, Monaco traveled back to France to beat Guingamp 2-1 away in some super fresh cream kits. Video highlights.

Barcelona No Change

5. Barcelona

Barca waited until the 86th minute to get their winner over Atletico Madrid through Messi, keeping them in the La Liga title race. Video highlights.

Manchester City Up

6. Manchester City

City followed up a midweek 4-0 destruction of West Ham with a 2-1 victory over Swansea through two goals from 19-year-old Gabriel Jesus, including a stoppage time winner. He has three goals in two EPL starts. Video highlights.

PSG Up

7. PSG

PSG destroyed Marseille 5-1 to win Le Classique away in style. Video highlights.

Arsenal Down

8. Arsenal

Arsenal’s fixture against Southampton this weekend was also delayed as the Saints played in the EFL Cup Final.

Sevilla Up

9. Sevilla

Sevilla triumphed in the Seville Derby, beating Real Betis 2-1 as Vicente Iborra scored the winner in the 76th minute. Video highlights.

Dortmund Down

10. Dortmund

Dortmund went away to Freiburg and won 3-0 through a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brace. They sit in third, eight points off of RB Leipzig and thirteen behind Bayern. Video highlights.

Napoli Down

11. Napoli

In a match with Champions League qualification implications, Napoli lost at home to Atalanta 2-0, putting the away side within three points of the home side. Video highlights

Atl. Madrid No Change

12. Atl. Madrid

Atleti gave up a late goal to lose to Barcelona 2-1 at home and sit in fourth, seven points behind third-place Sevilla. Video highlights.

Benfica No Change

13. Benfica

Benfica beat Chaves 3-1 through a pair of Kostas Mitroglou goals to remain top in Portugal. Video highlights

Porto No Change

14. Porto

Porto scored in the seventh minute to beat Boavista 1-0 and remain in second in Portugal.

Bayer Leverkusen No Change

15. Bayer Leverkusen

After playing in the Champions League midweek, Bayer lost 2-0 to Mainz. They sit in eighth in the Bundesliga. Video highlights.

Leicester No Change

16. Leicester

Leicester host Liverpool on Monday, their first match after firing Claudio Ranieri. We do not expect it will go well.

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