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La Liga and Serie A Roundup: Barca rolls, Inter stumbles

FC Barcelona v Granada CF - La Liga

BARCELONA, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 27: Ivan Rakitic of FC Barcelona celebrates with his teammate Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona after scoring his team’s second goal during the La Liga match between FC Barcelona and Granada CF at Camp Nou on September 27, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

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Catch up on all the latest news and scores from this weekend’s action in La Liga and Serie A.

La Liga

Barcelona 6-0 Granada

Barcelona dominated Granada to stay atop the La Liga table with a 6-0 win. Neymar scored a hat trick while Lionel Messi netted his 400th career goal for club and country. Barca outshot Granada 19-9 and 12-1 in shots on target.

Villareal 0-2 Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his superb form netting a first half goal to help lead Real Madrid over a strong Villareal side. Luka Modric opened the scoring before Ronaldo slotted home a Karim Benzema pass for his tenth goal in six La Liga games.

Atletico Madrid 4-0 Sevilla

Diego Simeone returned to the touchline for Atletico after serving his suspension to see his side put together their most impressive performance of the season. First half goals from Koke and Saul Niguez helped Atletico remain undefeated in La Liga.

Around La Liga:
Elche 0-1 Celta Vigo
Athletic 0-0 Eibar
Levante 0-2 Rayo
Getafe CF 1-0 Malaga
Real Sociedad 1-1 Valencia
Deportivo 0-1 Almeria
Cordoba 0-0 Espanyol

Serie A

Roma 2-0 Verona

Roma remained perfect in Serie A play with their fifth win in as many matches. A 2-0 win was highlighted by Mattia Destro’s unreal volley from 45 yards out. Check out his wonder-goal below.

Atalanta 0-3 Juventus

Juventus joined Roma as the two perfect teams in Serie A with their fifth win of the season at Atalanta. Carlos Tevez scored a brace and Gianluigi Buffon stopped a second half penalty to keep Juve undefeated.

Inter Milan 1-4 Cagliari

Inter had only conceded one goal all season until Cagliari erupted for four first-half goals in a route at the San Siro. Yuto Nagatomo was sent off in the first half after earning two yellow cards in a span of five minutes, while Inter collapsed in an ugly defeat.

Around Serie A:
Sassuolo 0-1 Napoli
Cesena 1-1 AC Milan
Torino 1-1 Fiorentina
Chievo 1-1 Empoli
Genoa 0-1 Sampdoria