Turin giants Juventus continued their excellent start to the Serie A season with a 1-1 draw at Catania Sunday to leave them top of the standings after four rounds. Udinese are also on eight points after being held 0-0 away to Cagliari, but Juve are ahead on goals scored.
Juventus were behind midway through the first half in Sicily as Gonzalo Bergessio scored for Catania, but Milos Krasic equalized for the visitors four minutes into the second half and might have added a winner. Udinese maintained their unbeaten run, with two wins and two draws in a game of few chances in Sardinia.
Genoa, top going into the weekend, lost 2-1 to Chievo with Davide Moscardelli scoring the winning goal in the last minute. In the German Bundesliga, Werder Bremen grabbed a 2-1 home win over Hertha Berlin, who had two men sent off, to move into joint second spot with Borussia Moenchengladbach on 16 points.
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Peru international striker Claudio Pizarro scored both goals, including the last-gasp winner for Werder. Bayern Munich, who beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-0 on Saturday, are two points clear at the top. The only English Premier League game Sunday saw QPR snatch a dramatic 1-1 draw against Aston Villa as Richard Dunne scored an own goal in stoppage time at Loftus Road.
Villa took the lead through Barry Bannan’s spot-kick after Armand Traore was adjudged to have pulled back Gabriel Agbonlahor. They looked set for three points until central defender Dunne turned Heidar Helguson’s cross into his own net.
Levante continued their fine start to the Spanish season with a 3-1 win over nine-man Espanyol 3-1 Sunday to go third in La Liga. After beating Real Madrid 1-0 last Sunday, they are on the same mark as Barcelona, just one point behind leaders Real Betis, the only side with a 100 percent record, who play at Getafe Monday.