12th September 2016
Bafe Gomis scored his second goal in four games as Marseille suffered a 3-2 defeat at Nice in Ligue 1.
The French international put Marseille 2-1 up from the penalty spot with 18 minutes to go, but Mario Balotelli and Wylan Cyprien - who also scored with a spotkick - earned Nice the points in a dramatic finish.
The loss leaves Marseille on four points from as many games, with a home clash against Lyon on Saturday up next.
In La Liga, Franck Tabanou made his debut in Granada's 2-1 home defeat to Eibar.
The left-back started for Granada before being replaced at half-time, with Granada leading 1-0 despite being reduced to ten men after 32 minutes.
Granada travel to Real Betis on Friday, having collected one point from their opening three games.
In the Championship, Marvin Emnes made his Blackburn debut in their 1-1 draw at QPR.
The Dutch forward came on for the remaining 13 minutes as Owen Coyle's side picked up only their second point of the campaign.
Kyle Bartley again started for Leeds, who went down to a 1-0 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town.
The centre-back made his sixth consecutive league appearance for Leeds, who sit in the relegation zone following Saturday's narrow defeat. Fellow Swans loanee Matt Grimes was not included in Garry Monk's matchday squad.
Kenji Gorre was involved for Northampton, who took their unbeaten run this season to seven games following a 2-0 win over Walsall.
The winger made his tenth appearance of the campaign for the Cobblers, who sit outside the League One play-offs only via goal difference.
Adam King was involved from the start as Southend suffered a heavy defeat at high-flying Scunthorpe.
The Scottish midfielder was replaced at the break as the Shrimpers went down 4-0.
In League Two, Josh Vickers kept a cleansheet as Barnet won 1-0 at Mansfield Town.
Vickers ensured the Bees boast the best defensive record in the fourth tier, with the young keeper making a fine late save to deny Darius Henderson.
Both Liam Shephard and Ryan Hedges were part of the Yeovil team that were beaten by a last-gasp strike against Hartlepool.
The Glovers had briefly led in the second half, but the visitors took the points to condemn Darren Way's side to a fifth consecutive league loss.
Meanwhile, neither Connor Roberts (Bristol Rovers) or Josh Sheehan (Newport County) were involved in their club's matchday squads.
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