LONDON — Chelsea advanced to second place in the Premier League on Sunday, beating Southampton 3-1 after giving up a goal 13 seconds into the game. Defending champion Manchester United and Liverpool lost ground in the title race.
John Terry scored in his 400th Premier League appearance after Gary Cahill offset Southampton's opening goal by Jay Rodriguez at Stamford Bridge. Substitute Demba Ba added a goal in the 90th
Chelsea trails leader Arsenal by four points. Manchester City moved third, two points behind Chelsea, after defeating Swansea 3-0 with two goals by Samir Nasri. City has won all seven home matches this season.
Liverpool's title hopes stumbled as Hull beat the Reds 3-1 for its first win in 17 attempts. Manchester United was held to a 2-2 draw at Tottenham.
MILAN — Fernando Llorente scored during stoppage time to help Juventus defeat Udinese 1-0 and stretch its Italian league lead to three points.
Roma drew 1-1 at Atalanta, with Kevin Strootman scoring in the final minute to preserve Roma's unbeaten record.
Mario Balotelli's free kick helped AC Milan beat Catania 3-1 for its first win in six league matches. A last-minute tying goal gave Sampdoria a 1-1 draw at Inter Milan. Cagliari came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 against Sassuolo, and Chievo Verona beat Livorno 3-0.
Atalanta took the lead seven minutes after halftime when Davide Brivio sent a free kick under the wall and into the bottom right corner of the net. U.S. forward Michael Bradley thought he had evened the score in the 76th but his header was disallowed because of offside.
BERLIN — Hannover defeated 10-man Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 to end its seven-game Bundesliga run without a win in a game marked by American Steve Cherundolo's return from injury.
Cherundolo, Hannover's captain, came on in injury time to make his long-awaited comeback to a rousing reception from fans. The 34-year-old defender played five games in April and May after left knee surgery in February. He had another knee operation in August.
Fourth-place Borussia Moenchengladbach, on Raffael's second-half goal, beat Freiburg 1-0 to stretch its winning streak to five games.
BARCELONA, Spain — Valencia forward Jonas scored a hat trick after Osasuna was reduced to 10 men, leading the hosts to a 3-0 win in the Spanish league. Jonas has eight goals in league play this season.
Carlos Bacca scored one goal and set up Kevin Gameiro's late winner to lead Sevilla to a 2-1 win at Granada. Rayo Vallecano's Alberto Bueno scored his second goal in injury time to secure a 2-2 draw at Real Betis.
Later, Barcelona visits Athletic Bilbao and is looking to rebound from its first loss of the season. It needs to take points from San Mames to reclaim sole possession of the Spanish league lead.
PARIS — Bastia defeated Evian 2-0 to temporarily move into eighth place in the French league. It is one point ahead of Bordeaux, which routed Ajaccio 4-0.
Milos Krasic capitalized on a poor clearance to put Bastia ahead in the 49th minute. Wahbi Khazri beat the offside trap in the last minute of stoppage time and rounded Evian goalkeeper Jesper Hansen to score from a tight angle. The Corsican club remains undefeated at Stade Armand Cesari this season.
Paris Saint-Germain hosts Lyon later Sunday and needs a victory to restore its four-point lead at the top of the league.