Barcelona slips into LaLiga title race as Bayern Munich lifts Bundesliga trophy

Barcelona returned to the top of LaLiga on Saturday night, but Iago Aspas’ 88-minute equalizer for Celta Vigo cost them two crucial points as they had a 2-2 draw.

Barça were looking to capitalize on playing first, with Real Madrid rivals not in action until Sunday’s trip to Espanyol.

A Luis Suárez brace, on either side of Fedor Smolov’s 50-minute equalizer, had them on the way to do it, but Aspas’ late free kick provided what could be a crucial twist in this tight title race.

Iago Aspas celebrates his tie (Lalo Villar / AP)

On the other hand, the goals of Raúl García, Oihan Sancet and Asier Villalibre helped Athletic Bilbao beat Mallorca 3-1 in the afternoon game.

Atlético de Madrid strengthened their control over third place with a 2-1 victory over Alavés thanks to goals from Saúl Niguez and Diego Costa in the second half, the latter a penalty.

Joselu withdrew a goal for the visitors from the penalty spot in the halting time.

Enric Gallego hit in the sixth minute, while Osasuna scored a 2-1 victory over Leganes, threatened by relegation. It was Gallego’s second of the night after Javier Avilés canceled his first game.

Bayern Munich lifted the Bundesliga trophy in an empty stadium when they finished the campaign with a 4-0 victory over Wolfsburg.

Kingsley Coman, Mickael Cuisance, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller were on the results list of the newly crowned champions.

Chelsea-bound Timo Werner struck twice when RB Leipzig won 2-1 in Augsburg, moving them three points behind second-placed Borussia Dortmund, who suffered a shocking 4-0 loss at home to Hoffenheim, who was chasing Europe. League.

Andrej Kramaric scored all four goals for the visitors, the last of which was a 50-minute penalty.

Borussia Mönchengladbach secured the final place in the Champions League with a 2-1 victory over Hertha Berlin when Jonas Hofmann and Breel Embolo came on the scoreboard.

Werder Bremen thrashed Cologne 6-1 to avoid automatic relegation, a fate suffered by Fortuna Dusseldorf after being defeated 3-0 by Union Berlin to join Paderborn on the second level.

Paderborn signed with a 3-2 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt, while Bayer Leverkusen beat Mainz 1-0 and Freiburg was the 4-0 winner over Schalke.

Lazio narrowed the gap at the top of the Serie A package to four points as they came from behind to beat a Fiorentina team 2-1 that ended with 10 men.

Franck Ribery put Viola ahead in the 25th minute, but Ciro Immobile equalized from the penalty spot in the 67th minute before Luis Alberto put Lazio ahead with eight minutes to go.

Lazio players celebrate the goal of Luis Alberto (Riccardo de Luca / AP)

Fiorentina had fired Dusan Vlahovic in detention time.

Brescia remains entrenched at the bottom of the table after losing a 2-0 lead in a 2-2 draw with Genoa.

Alfredo Donnarumma and Alessandro Semprini had Brescia 2-0 up in 13 minutes, but the hosts then awarded two penalties, converted by Iago Falque and Andrea Pinamonti, when Genoa took a point.

Cagliari climbed to tenth place with a 4-2 victory over Torino.