Turkish Super Lig
Reigning champions Galatasaray missed the chance to take control of the fledgling Super Lig table as Bursaspor rescued a 1-1 draw through substitute Enes Unal.
The Istanbul club were eager to make it two wins from two after beating Gazientepspor last week and Burak Yilmaz got the ball rolling with a goal on 44 minutes.
Unal, however, rose from the bench in the 72nd minute and grabbed a share of the points for Bursa two minutes later.
Karabukspor could have made top spot their own given Gala's slip-up but they suffered the same fate at Elazigspor, where Tidiane Sane ensured a 2-2 draw with a late goal.
Gokhan Unal's 12th-minute opener was cancelled out by Elazigspor's Serdar Ozkan in the 38th minute but Erdem Ozgenc fired the Blue Flame ahead once again on 64 minutes.
Sane ensured the points would be shared with a goal eight minutes from time before home fans got to see former Swansea striker Luke Moore make his debut from the bench.
In the day's other game, Sivasspor picked up their first points of the season by beating Konyaspor 2-0, with Burhan Eser (55) and Umit Kurt (66) scoring the goals.
French Ligue 1
Paris St Germain claimed their first Ligue 1 win of the new season after a 2-1 success at Nantes.
Laurent Blanc collected just a single point from his first two games in charge and was left thanking Ezequiel Lavezzi's second-half strike for ensuring he got into the winner's circle.
Summer signing Edinson Cavani fired the champions ahead before Alex's own goal levelled matters just after half-time.
Lille forward Solomon Kalou scored the only goal of the game to end St Etienne's perfect start to the season.
The former Chelsea man's first-half penalty was the first league goal conceded by Les Verts this season and it was enough move the hosts level on points with them in the table.
Ajaccio's winless start continued as they were held to a goalless draw by Nice at the Stade Francois-Coty.
Portuguese Primeira Liga
Benfica left it very late to clinch their first win of the Primeira Liga season as two last-gasp goals settled a 2-1 victory over Gil Vicente.
The Lisbon club were beaten at Maritimo last week and fell behind to Diogo Viana's goal in the 68th minute of their first home match, before Lazar Markovic struck one minute into second-half stoppage time.
A point was seemingly not good enough for Jorge Jesus' men, however, and Lima hit a dramatic winner 60 seconds later.
Champions Porto made it two wins from two by beating Maritimo 3-0 at the Estadio do Dragao.
Jackson Martinez opened the scoring in the 27th minute before Lica (37) doubled the advantage, leaving Josue to convert a 50th-minute penalty and guarantee all three points.
Rio Ave are also perfect thanks to a 2-0 win against Vitoria Setubal, which saw Koka notch from the spot in the 51st minute to consolidate Jose Lionn's 10th-minute opener.
Six points from six went to Estoril, too, who capitalised on Nuno Coelho's early sending-off at Arouca to claim a 2-1 win.
Coelho walked on 22 minutes and Evandro converted the resulting spot-kick, with Joao Pedro Galvao scoring what proved to be the winner six minutes later. Mika halved the deficit 14 minutes from time.
Elsewhere, Nacional and Guimaraes shared a 1-1 draw as Rafael Crivellaro (33) responded to Diego Barcelos' 22nd-minute opener.
Belgian Jupiler Pro League
Ten-man Standard Liege maintained their 100 per cent winning record and early dominance of the Jupiler Pro League with a 2-0 victory at Mons.
Goals from Michy Batshuayi (two) and Antonio Kanu (70) booked a fifth win from five and helped Standard cope with the late dismissal of substitute Julien De Sart.
Anderlecht are second in the fledgling standings following a 5-2 win over Charleroi that saw Matias Suarez score a hat-trick.
The Argentinian struck in the 20th, 32rd and 47th minutes with Bram Nuytinck (57) and Massimo Bruno (74) chipping in to render goals from Mohamed Daf (27) and David Pollet (55) unimportant.
Club Brugge would have been the closer team to Standard if they had found a second-half winner in a 1-1 home draw with Gent.
Tom Hogli nudged the hosts ahead in the 12th minute but, despite Leandro Pirez's last-minute red card for Gent, Club Brugge could not respond to Nicklas Pedersen's 45th-minute equaliser.
Genk recovered from back-to-back defeat to see off Cercle Brugge 1-0 thanks to Benjamin De Ceulaer's solitary strike on four minutes, while Oostende and Zulte Waregem shared a 1-1 draw.
Jens Naassens put ZW ahead in the eighth minute but Nyasha Mushekwi rescued a point by scoring on 24 minutes.