Atlético 1-0 Real Sociedad (Filipe Luís 28)
Having broken his duck for the season at the weekend, left-back Filipe Luís made it two goals in as many games – his best return in a league campaign since scoring three for Deportivo La Coruña in 2009/10. Atlético remain third in the Liga.
Leicester City 2-0 Sunderland (Slimani 69, Vardy 78)
Craig Shakespeare oversaw his sixth successive win as Leicester boss since replacing Claudio Ranieri on a caretaker basis last month. Both of the Foxes’ goals were fashioned by Marc Albrighton, who was introduced alongside Islam Slimani after 62 minutes. Jamie Vardy continued his good form by scoring for the third consecutive Premier League fixture.
Hoffenheim 1-0 Bayern (Kramarić 21)
Andrej Kramarić’s dipping effort – the first league goal conceded by Bayern since 18 February – condemned the Bavarians to only their second Bundesliga reverse of the season, ending their 20-match unbeaten run in all competitions. Robert Lewandowski stabbed Kingsley Coman’s cross against the bar before the break and was denied after the restart by a fine fingertip save from Oliver Baumann.
Weds: Leganés v Madrid
Borussia Dortmund 3-0 Hamburg (Castro 13, Kagawa 81, Aubameyang 90+2)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang moved ahead of Lewandowski at the top of the Bundesliga scorers’ chart. The Gabon striker’s 25th of the campaign sealed a victory that keeps the Schwarzgelben within a point of third-placed Hoffenheim.
Monaco 2-1 LOSC Lille (Germain 35 45; El Ghazi 90)
Valère Germain’s double secured Monaco a place in the semi-finals of the French Cup. The captain’s goals sandwiched a red card for LOSC’s Carlens Arcus, who was dismissed for a foul on Jorge. Radamel Falcao replaced Germain late on for his first appearance since sustaining a hip injury on 11 March.
Weds: Napoli v Juventus
Weds: Barcelona v Sevilla