Around Europe: Familiar story for Arsenal; Stars emerge for Napoli, Monaco

Another dramatic weekend in Europe’s big five leagues saw Chelsea extend its lead at the top as both Arsenal and Liverpool dropped points.

In Spain, Fernando Torres rolled back the clock for Atletico Madrid, while Borussia Dortmund came away with three points after a fierce, top-of-the-table clash against new Bundesliga rival RB Leipzig. High-flying Napoli moved into second in Serie A after scoring seven goals away from home, while in Ligue 1, Monaco continued its run of form, which could give European opponent Manchester City a headache once the Champions League resumes next week.

Here is what caught our eye around Europe over the weekend:

• PREMIER LEAGUE: Groundhog day for Arsenal, Wenger

• BUNDESLIGA: Hate pours from the Dortmund stands for RB Leipzig

• LA LIGA: Torres turns back the clock for Atletico Madrid

• SERIE A: Napoli's high-flying attack hits for seven on the road

• LIGUE 1: Bernardo Silva-led Monaco could cause Man City problems

• TOP GOALS, PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Hazard, Cuadrado, Lukaku star

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