By Fatih Erel
Manchester City, Barcelona, Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, and PSG have taken the top tier in Europe following their latest games.
In England's Premier League, Manchester City won fourth match in a row, beating Manchester United 3-1 in a derby match to reach 32 points, followed by Liverpool with 30 points and Chelsea with 28 points. Liverpool beat Fulham 2-0, while Chelsea drew with Everton 0-0.
In Spain's La Liga, despite Barcelona were defeated by Real Betis 4-3, they stayed at the top of the league with 24 points. Messi also played in the match after recovering from an injury.
Barcelona were followed by Sevilla, Atletico Madrid and Alaves with 23 points each. Real Madrid beat Celta Vigo 4-2 and reached 20 points.
In Italy's Serie A, Juventus beat Milan 2-0 and stayed on the top of the league with 11 wins in 12 matches.
In Germany's Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund beat reigning champion Bayern Munich 3-2.
In France's Ligue 1, PSG beat Monaco 4-0 to win all of the first 13 games.