Tammy Abraham interrupts end of season with win for Roma

England striker Tammy Abraham scored his first goal of the season in Roma’s 1-1 draw at Juventus in Serie A.

Dusan Vlahovic put Juventus ahead in the third minute with a fantastic free-kick and Manuel Locatelli saw his 20-yard shot ruled out after a VAR review.

Abraham, who scored 27 goals for Roma in all competitions last season, equalized after 69 minutes with a powerful header from close range for Jose Mourinho’s side.

The former Chelsea striker is now joint third top English goalscorer in Serie A history, level with Trevor Francis (18) and behind only David Platt (31) and Gerry Hitchens (59).

Roma leaders AC Milan on goal difference after the Rossoneri’s 2-0 win over Bologna at the San Siro.

Rafael Leao put Milan ahead after 22 minutes before Olivier Giroud volleyed home his first goal of the season just before the hour mark.

Nikola Vlasic and Nemanja Radonjic were on target in third-placed Torino’s 2-1 win over Cremonese, while substitute Leonardo Sernicola scored the late consolation goal for the hosts.

Spezia survived Albin Ekdal’s late dismissal and drew 2-2 with Sassuolo.

Davide Frattesi put Sassuolo ahead and after Simone Bastone and M’Bala Nzola’s penalty gave Spezia the lead, Andrea Pinamonti earned a draw.

Bayern Munich’s 100 percent Bundesliga record ended with Borussia Mönchengladbach’s 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena.

Mönchengladbach goalkeeper Yann Sommer made 19 saves – a Bundesliga record – as the prolific Bayern Munich were denied a fourth straight league win.

Marcus Thuram gave the visitors the lead against the flow of play two minutes before the break.

Sommer kept save after save and Sadio Mane was disallowed for two goals for offside before Leroy Sane equalized with seven minutes remaining.

Unbeaten Union Berlin defeated Schalke 6-1 to celebrate their third win in four games.

Sheraldo Becker and substitute Sven Michel both scored twice, while Morten Thorsby and Janik Haberer also scored.

Bayern Munich’s Leroy Sane celebrates after equalizing against Borussia Monchengladbach (Matthias Schrader/AP)

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Marius Bulter gave Schalke hope by scoring a penalty after 31 minutes to make it 1-1, but Frank Kramer’s side are without a win after four games.

Hoffenheim secured their third league win in a row when Dennis Geiger beat Augsburg 1-0 in the 38th minute.

Borussia Dortmund came to Hoffenheim with nine points from four games as Anthony Modeste’s first goal for the club saw off a winless Hertha Berlin 1-0.

Jeremie Frimpong scored twice as nine-man Bayer Leverkusen ended their losing start to the season with a 3-0 win at Mainz.

Exequiel Palacios’ deflected shot had scored the first goal and Leverkusen, who led 3-0 at the break, held on despite late red cards for Piero Hincapie and Mitchel Bakker.

Christopher Nkunku scored twice in RB Leipzig’s 2-0 win to give RB Leipzig their first Bundesliga win of the season.

Nkunku converted a penalty in the fifth minute after a Maxence Lacroix handball and clinched the points after being set up by Timo Werner in injury time.

Sevilla’s difficult start to the LaLiga season continued with a surprise 2-1 defeat at Almeria.

Oliver Torres headed Sevilla ahead after 30 minutes. But Largie Ramazani equalized just before half-time and Umar Sadiq’s 55th-minute winner ended Almeria’s run of six straight defeats by Sevilla in style.

Brais Mendez’s 20th-minute strike gave Real Sociedad a 1-0 win at Elche, while Mallorca won 2-0 at Rayo Vallecano with goals from Vedat Muriqi and Lee Kang-in.

In Ligue 1, Lens took first place from Paris St Germain by beating Rennes 2-1 at the raucous Stade Bollaert-Delelis.

Seko Fofana, with a beauty, and Lois Openda scored within four minutes of the second half before Gaetan Laborde caused Lens some trepidation late on. PSG play in Monaco on Sunday.

Gaetan Perrin scored in Auxerre’s 1-0 win over Strasbourg in the first half.

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