Turkish Super Lig
Galatasaray became the most successful team in the Turkish Spor Toto Super Lig after wrapping up their 19th title following a 4-2 over Sivasspor.
Selcuk Inan sent them on their way to their latest domestic league success - which takes them one title beyond fierce rivals Fenerbahce - in the eighth minute, with Burak Yilmaz doubling their advantage after half-time.
Inan grabbed his second on the hour mark before Burak Yilmaz also scored again to put the party in full swing in the 75th minute.
Consolation goals from Kadir Bekmezci and Cihan Ozkara in the final 10 minutes, in between substitute Umut Bulut's dismissal, could not dampen Gala's spirits.
Fenerbahce's day of misery was completed by a 2-0 defeat at Istanbul Buyuksehir BSK, who climbed out of the relegation zone.
Omer Can Sokullu put the hosts in front in the 36th minute before Mehmet Topal's own goal ensured Istanbul claimed a memorable three points.
Aykut Kocaman's men's setback helped Besiktas close the gap to three points after they came from behind to edge out Eskisehirspor 2-1.
The hosts took a 36th-minute lead through Ozgur Cek but it would not last long as Mamadou Niang levelled on the stroke of half-time before Mustafa Pektemek settled the match in Besiktas' favour 14 minutes from time.
Akhisar Belediye slipped into the bottom three despite a battling performance in their 4-3 defeat at Antalyaspor, who were two goals to the good before the hour mark thanks to Koray Arslan and Isaac Promise.
The relegation-threatened side hit back to level through Ahmet Cebe and Ugur Demirok although Merter Yuce's own goal and Tita gave Antalyaspor a cushion, with Arslan putting into his own net to set up a tense finale in the closing seconds.
Cenk Tosun scored in the ninth and 78th minutes to inspire Gaziantepspor to a 2-0 win at Karabukspor, while Tidiane Sane also scored in either half to condemn rock-bottom Mersin Idmanyurdu to defeat by the same scoreline.
Ricardo Tarantini scored a 25th minute own goal as Olhanense stayed out of the drop zone, one point clear of second-bottom Beira Mar.
Mar themselves were 4-2 winners over Maritimo. Nildo Petrolina scored in the opening minute before seconds later Leocisio Sami levelled.
Petrolina bagged a second after 14 minutes, and although Sami scored for a second time after 37 minutes, Ruben Ribeiro (50) and Dani Abalo (69) secured the win.
Guimaraes beat Gil Vicente 3-1 thanks to two goals in the last 15 minutes.
El Arbi Soudani put the home side ahead after 15 minutes and although Hugo Vieira equalised, a 75th minute penalty from Olimpio Leonel and a Sandro Cunha own goal in injury time secured the points.
Pacos Ferreira beat Sporting 1-0 thanks to a Tony strike, while John Ogu's late goal won the game for Academica against Vitoria Setubal.
Belgian Jupiler League
Anderlecht strengthened their grip at the top of the Belgian Championship play-offs after a 2-0 win over Standard Liege.
Guillaume Gillet bagged a brace, giving his side the lead in the 55th minute before sealing the win with a 66th-minute penalty to go two points clear of Zulte-Waregem and Club Brugge.
Club Brugge beat Lokeren 2-1 despite going behind at the Jan Breydel Stadium as Hamdi Harbaoui put the visitors ahead after 38 minutes.
Maxime Lestienne equalised after 45 minutes before Lior Rafaelov struck the winner 12 minutes from time.
French Ligue 1
Paris St Germain stuttered in their bid to close out the Ligue 1 title race after a 1-1 draw with Valenciennes left them with a seven-point lead to defend over the final three games of the season.
The capital club needed a late goal from Alex to save face in a disjointed performance at the Parc de Princes, which was not helped by PSG captain Thiago Silva receiving a red card two minutes before the break after arguing with the referee.
By then the hosts were already trailing thanks to Gael Danic's 17th-minute strike, but the 10 men of PSG dug in and were duly rewarded when Alex found the net with just seven minutes left,
Substitute Bafetimbi Gomis bagged a second-half brace as Lyon maintained their push for a Champions League berth with a 3-0 victory at Nancy.
Gomis edged Remi Garde's men in front just after half-time and added the gloss to the scoreline two minutes from time after Yoann Gourcuff (79) bagged Lyon's second.
It was third-placed Lyon's third win in four matches and one which kept them three points clear of their Champions League rivals, while Nancy remain just one point above the drop zone.
Nice climbed into the top four after defeating mid-table Rennes 3-0.
The visitors broke the deadlock five minutes after half-time through Dario Cvitanich and they received a further boost when Rennes lost Chris Mavinga to a red card.
Cvitanich doubled his account from the penalty spot with 19 minutes remaining and the points were wrapped up six minutes from time when Eric Bautheac added a third.
Nice also finished the match with 10 men when Nemanja Pejcinovic was dismissed for a professional foul.
Swiss Super League
Swiss Super League
Basel put their Europa League semi-final disappointment behind them by edging a step close to retaining their Swiss Super League title with a 1-0 win at Sion.
Marcelo Diaz's goal on the stroke of half-time put Basel ahead and that proved enough for them to see off fourth-placed Sion, who finished with 10 men following Michael Dingsdag's late dismissal.
The victory saw league leaders Basel, who were denied a maiden European final in midweek after slumping to a 5-2 aggregate defeat at the hands of Chelsea, restore their three-point over Grasshoppers, who beat Servette on Saturday.
In Sunday's other match, FC Thun were indebted to an 87th-minute equaliser from Marco Schneuwly to salvage a 1-1 draw at home to Lucerne, who had taken a 64th-minute lead through Philipp Muntwiler.
Russian Premier League
Dinamo Moscow moved up to fourth in the Premier League with a battling 2-1 win at Krylya Sovetov.
Balazs Dzsudzsak put the visitors firmly on course in the fifth minute with substitute Pavel Solomatin giving them a cushion just after hour mark and, while Ivan Taranov set up a tense finale in the 65th minute, the goal proved mere consolation.
Dinamo's city rivals Lokomotiv Moscow came from behind to claim a 4-2 victory at Amkar Perm.
Blagoy Georgiev opened the scoring for the hosts in the 24th minute before Aleksey Miranchuk equalised on the stroke of half-time, while a penalty from Dame N'Doye and strikes from Dmitri Torbinsky and Renat Yanbaev put Lokomotiv in control, with Zahari Sirakov grabbing a late consolation for Amkar
Sergei Petrov and Isael scored in the 22nd and 42nd minutes respectively as Krasnodar - who ended the match with 10 men after Moussa Konate was sent off late on - claimed a 2-0 win over Volga Nizhny Novgorod.
Helsingborg moved a point clear at the top of the Allsvenskan table after beating Syrianska 1-0 way from home.
Alejandro Bedoya's 61st-minute strike was enough to settle the contest as Helsingborg recorded their fourth successive victory to replace Malmo at the summit.
Elfsborg are another side building up a good head of steam as they recorded their third consecutive win with a 2-1 comeback triumph over Mjallby.
Mjallby took a 26th-minute lead through Haris Radetinac but fourth-placed Elfsborg hit back with goals from Tom Soderberg (36) and Marcus Rohden (67) before their opponents lost Gbenga Arokoyo to a 90th-minute red card.
While Helsingborg and Elfsborg are sides on the up, Oster are heading in the opposite direction after suffering a third defeat on the trot following their unbeaten start over the first four games of the season.
They went down 1-0 to a 63rd-minute Andreas Landgren goal at Halmstad on Sunday and suffered further frustration when forward Pablo Pinones-Arce was dismissed late on.
FC Copenhagen won their 10th Superliga title on Sunday night after taking the point they required from a goalless stalemate at relegation-threatened Brondby.
After nearest challengers FC Nordsjaelland were held on Friday, Copenhagen knew a draw would be sufficient to get them over the line with three games remaining.
Ariel Jacobs' side are now 10 points clear of Nordsjaelland and can start planning for a campaign in the group stage of the Champions League next season.
The draw was also an important one for Brondby as it took them a point clear of second-bottom AC Horsens, who were defeated 1-0 at Esbjerg thanks to Martin Braithwaite's third-minute effort.
In the day's other game, Randers strengthened their grip on third place with a 1-0 win over AGF Aarhus, Ronnie Schwartz with the goal after 51 minutes.