Porto 2-1 Chaves (Depoitre 72, Danilo 77; Rafael Lopes 12)
The Dragons made it five wins from five and gained a measure of revenge for last month’s Portuguese Cup defeat. Nuno Espírito Santo’s side did not have it easy, though, and looked set for more disappointment when they went into the last 20 minutes still trailing to an early Rafael Lopes goal. Substitute Laurent Depoitre made it 1-1 before Danilo’s first goal of the season sealed the points.
Borussia Dortmund 1-1 Augsburg (Dembélé 47; Ji Dong-Won 33)
Missing suspended Marco Reus in addition to a host of injuries, Dortmund came from behind to end 2016 with a fourth consecutive competitive draw. Ousmane Dembélé produced a fine finish from Shinji Kagawa’s pass to equalise but Dortmund could not make the most of their superiority to clinch all three points.
Atlético Madrid 4-1 Guijuelo, agg: 10-1 (Gaitán 16, Correa 21, Juanfran 28, Torres 45; Pino 80)
Even with a rotated team, resting the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Atlético comfortably built on their Copa del Rey round of 32 first-leg advantage to end the hopes of the third-tier strugglers, who were reduced to ten men while 3-0 down. Atleti join previously-qualified Real Madrid among others in Friday’s round of 16 draw with the two-legged ties in January.
— Atleti English (@atletienglish) December 20, 2016
Bayern München v RB Leipzig
Paris Saint-Germain v Lorient
Monaco v Caen
Barcelona v Hércules
Copa del Rey round of 32 second leg, current score 1-1
Sevilla v Formentera
Copa del Rey round of 32 second leg, current score 5-1
Benfica v Rio Ave
Juventus v AC Milan
Italian Super Cup, Doha