Lille threw away a massive three-goal advantage to draw 3:3 against visitors Sochaux in the French Ligue 1 on Friday night.
Cote d'Ivoire striker Salomon Kalou netted twice in the opening half to give Lille a 2:0 lead at the break and Montenegro defender Marko Basa made it 3:0 in the 48th minute.
A late rally however saw Sochaux score three goals in eight minutes to snatch a point.
Veteran Mali defender Cedric Kante started the fight-back with a goal on 79 minutes before French midfielder Vincent Nogueira bagged two quick goals in the 83rd and 87th minutes to ensure the draw.
Kalu Uche can't stop scoring as he netted his 15th goal in Turkey on Monday to salvage a point for Kasimpasa at Mersin Idmunyurdi.
Nigeria international Uche is thus back at the top of the goals race in Turkey, while Kasimpasa are now fifth on the table with 37points from 25 games.
The former Wisla Krakow of Poland striker put Kasimpasa in front in the 28th minute, but the hosts equalised later through an own goal to end the game 1-1.
Eagles midfielder Raheem Lawal was on for the entire duration of the encounter for Mersin, while former Nigeria U20 winger Nduka Ozokwor was a 79th minute substitute for the bottom-placed team.
Pierre Aubameyang was on target for the 18th time in Ligue 1 - and remains the second top scorer in the league - after equalising in the 65th minute for Saint Etienne. Thanks to the Gabon striker's effort his side drew 2-2 away at Rennes.
Benjamin Moukandjo fired home his third for struggling Nancy who lost 2-1 at league leaders Paris Saint-Germain. The Cameroon striker had given the visitors the lead in the 36th minute but Nancy succumbed to two goals in the second-half.
Cape Verde striker Odair Fortes gave Reims some hope of getting an equaliser with his 77th minute goal, but an 88th minute substitution paid off for Troyes who sealed the points in added time. It was the Guinea striker Mohamed Yattara's second goal for Troyes.
Kamel Chafni and Landry Chauvin
Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng scored AC Milan's second goal of the game as they outclassed Lazio 3-0 to stay third in the Italian Serie A table.
Fellow Ghanaian Isaac Cofie also netted for Chievo after coming on as a first-half substitute. It was Cofie's first goal for Chievo but despite his equaliser his side lost 2-1 to Fiorentina.
Michael Essien played the entire 90 minutes in arguably the biggest game in international club football as his side Real Madrid edged out arch-rivals Barcelona 2-1. Despite the victory - the second in a row against league leaders Barcelona in only a few days - Madrid lie in third position and 13 points behind their rivals.
Zambian national team captain Chris Katongo has said he is ready to play in the Chinese National First Division after his club Henan Jienye was relegated at the end of last season.
Katongo, who has 10 months left on his contract, said that he wants to honour the contract at Henan. He said he is not in a hurry to leave the club because he has contractual obligations to fulfil.
“We were demoted but I am still going back to China. I am going back to the same club. I have only 10 months left to finish my contract. Really I don’t mind playing in the first division,” Katongo said.
Ghana midfielder Christian Atsu has been ruled out FC Porto's league match against his former side Rio Ave on Saturday due to a thigh injury.
The hugely-talented player is said to have contracted an adductor muscle in his left thigh.
Atsu suffered the setback in training and he will not be available for head coach Vitor Pereira.
He was impressive as a second half substitute in the 1-0 win over Malaga in the UEFA Champions League round 16 first leg tie in midweek.
The winger has been impressive since returning from the Africa Cup of Nations where Black Stars finished fourth.
Yannick Sagbo scored the opening goal of the game for Evian, but his side lost a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 at Nice. The Ivory Coast striker has scored twice in 17 appearances for Evian.
League holders Montpellier won their third game in a row after thrashing Bastia 4-0. Morocco striker Younes Belhanda was among the scorers, accounting for the third goal on the hour mark to take his tally to six finishes.
Fellow Moroccan Kamel Chafni equalised in the 63rd minute for Brest four minutes after his side conceded to Sochaux. It was Chafni's first goal of Ligue 1 this season as Brest took all three points after winning 2-1.
Dieudonne Mbokani scored a hat-trick for Anderlecht, who crushed Mons 5-0 to remain at the top of the table with a five-point lead. The Congo Democratic Republic striker becomes the third-highest goal scorer with 12 finishes.
The Gambia striker Ebrimah Sawaneh is second top scorer after giving Leuven the lead from the penalty spot in the 1-1 draw with Cercle Bruges. Sawaneh has 14 goals in his account.
Imoh Ezekiel fired home his ninth goal in the Pro League as his side Standard Liege hammered Charleroi 6-1. The Nigeria striker found the back of the net in the 65th minute with the final goal of the game to complete the rout.