Alavés 0-0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético drew for the third consecutive game away to their fellow Copa del Rey semi-finalists. Jose María Giménez, on target in the Rojiblancos’s midweek cup match against Eibar, was substituted ten minutes into the second half with a right thigh injury.
Bayer Leverkusen 2-3 Borussia Mönchengladbach (Tah 31, Hernández 34; Stindl 52 58, Raffael 71)
Mid-table Leverkusen squandered a two-goal lead in this thrilling Rhine derby against a team that had won just one of its previous 12 matches.
Crystal Palace 0-3 Manchester City (Sterling 43, Sané 71, Touré 90)
Leroy Sané made it three goals in his last three appearances as City advanced to the fifth round of the FA Cup. Gabriel Jesus, making his first start for the Citizens, nearly doubled the lead himself soon after Raheem Sterling’s opener in south London. Yaya Touré sealed a comfortable victory with a fine free-kick.
Estoril 1-2 Porto (Dankler 90+3; André Silva 82pen, Corona 90+1)
Porto claimed all three points from a fixture that exploded into life in the final ten minutes. The Dragons’ third Liga win in a row means they consolidate second place in the table behind Benfica.
Southampton 0-5 Arsenal (Welbeck 15 22, Walcott 35 69 84)
Theo Walcott scored a hat-trick against the club for whom he made his senior debut as a 16-year-old in 2005. Danny Welbeck, on his first start since last May after recovering from a knee injury, set Arsenal up for an emphatic triumph in this FA Cup fourth round tie with two goals before the midway point of the first half.
Werder Bremen 1-2 Bayern München (Kruse 53; Robben 30, Alaba 45+1)
David Alaba stylishly ended his wait for his first Bundesliga goal of the season, curling a free-kick past Felix Wiedwald on the cusp of half-time. It ultimately proved decisive in securing Bayern’s eighth successive win since their surprise loss to Rostov on UEFA Champions League matchday five.
ALABOOOOOOOM! #SVWFCB 0-2
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) January 28, 2017
Derby County 2-2 Leicester City (Bent 21, Bryson 40; Bent og 8, Morgan 87)
A late header from captain Wes Morgan kept Leicester in the FA Cup as they salvaged a fourth-round draw away to Midlands rivals Derby. Claudio Ranieri’s side, who face a replay on 8 February, have prevailed in just two of their 16 away games in all competitions this term.
Espanyol v Sevilla
Mainz v Borussia Dortmund
Napoli v Palermo
Paris Saint-Germain v Monaco
Real Betis v Barcelona
Real Madrid v Real Sociedad
Sassuolo v Juventus
Vitória FC v Benfica