The season’s surprise package continue to keep Real Madrid at bay and Portu’s goal was enough to see them win 1-0 on Sunday afternoon.
Sevilla, meanwhile, remain just a point clear of the relegation zone after being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Osasuna.
Marie-Louise Eta made history as she became the first female coach to take charge of a Bundesliga fixture, guiding Union Berlin to victory over Darmstadt.
The 32-year-old took charge of the strugglers for their home game against bottom club Darmstadt with Nenad Bjelica suspended and Eta’s first experience leading a side in the division ended with a 1-0 victory courtesy of Benedict Hollerbach’s strike just after the hour.
Elsewhere, Niclas Fullkrug hit a hat-trick as Borussia Dortmund downed Bochum 3-1.
The Germany striker converted an early penalty to put Dortmund ahead, then restored the lead and rounded off his night with another spot-kick after a Nico Schlotterbeck own goal had drawn the visitors level.
High-flying Brest came from two goals behind to earn a draw at Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain.
But Mahdi Camara reduced the arrears 10 minutes after the restart before Mathias Pereira Lage struck to earn third-placed Brest a share of the spoils, with PSG’s night made worse still when Bradley Barcola was sent off in stoppage time.
Nothing but craziness from André Ayew 🇬🇭❤️🔥
🔀 Subbed on: 70' 👆First goal with Le Havre: 85' 🚲 Ties the game with a bicycle kick: 94'🔥 First match back from AFCON pic.twitter.com/ZkvKZen4QH
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Substitute Andre Ayew hit a last-gasp equaliser as Le Havre earned an entertaining 3-3 draw at Lorient, who had led heading into the closing stages.
Ayew levelled with five minutes to go before Mohamed Bamba thought he had earned the points in stoppage time – only for Ayew to strike again.
Lautaro Martinez struck early on as Inter Milan returned to the Serie A summit with a hard-fought 1-0 win at Fiorentina, for whom Nicolas Gonzalez missed a late penalty.
Nikola Krstovic put the visitors ahead just after the half-hour but Mateo Retegui equalised with 20 minutes remaining and Ekuban completed the comeback soon after.