Keep up to date with all the latest action across Saturday's European soccer schedule.
Saturday's top-level soccer saw action in the third round of the FA Cup in the U.K., as well as league competition in Italy's Serie A, Germany's Bundesliga and La Liga in Spain.
A brace from Erling Haaland and one from Jadon Sancho gave Borussia Dortmund a 3-1 win at RB Leipzig, while Atalanta similarly roared into life late on to see off Benevento. Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann netted two apiece as Barcelona strolled to a 4-0 success at Granada while non-league Chorley's 2-0 upset of Championship side Derby County was the pick of the FA Cup upsets.
It finishes 2-0 to the league leaders, who extend their advantage over the chasing pack to four points, albeit having played one game more now. The rest of the top six are in action over the next couple of days.
Finally Mikel Arteta's side have found a breakthrough, with Smith-Rowe scoring shortly after he almost found himself sent off. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then doubles the advantage and the Gunners have seen off Newcastle after extra-time, while Brentford and Plymouth have also held on to eliminate Middlesbrough and Huddersfield over 90 minutes.
Arsenal looked set to play 30 additional minutes with only 10 men when Emile Smith-Rowe was shown a red card. However a VAR check led to the incident being downgraded to a yellow card. Extra time against Newcastle for a spot in the FA Cup fourth round has just kicked off.
Brentford lead Middlesbrough by one goal to nil and Plymouth have pegged Huddersfield back for a second time in two FA Cup games that have entered half-time. Arsenal and Newcastle remain deadlocked at the 65-minute mark.