European Football: Five stories you might have missed

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Spain’s top three all won to keep the battle for La Liga too close to call asLuis Suarez starred with four goals for Barcelona.

Francesco Totti urged Roma fans not to be divided over his uncertain future, while Juventus moved a step closer to clinching the Serie A title.

And Bayern Munich won again at the top in Germany.

But what else happened in Europe this weekend? BBC Sport rounds up the stories you might have missed.

Feyenoord party after cup triumph

Feyenoord fans celebrate Dutch Cup success

Fans used city centre fountains in Rotterdam to celebrate

Feyenoord might be well off the pace in the Dutch title race, but that did not stop fans and players celebrating in style as they won the Dutch Cup on Sunday.

Six years after captaining the Rotterdam club to Cup success, former Rangers, Arsenal and Barcelona star Giovanni van Bronckhorst was a winner again as Feyenoord coach as they beat Utrecht 2-1 with a 75th-minute own-goal sealing victory.

Fans hit the streets of Rotterdam to celebrate with some supporters leaping into a fountain in the centre of the city.

Meanwhile the players, including former Liverpool favourite Dirk Kuyt, upheld the club tradition of collecting the trophy wearing team dressing gowns.

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