No French fairytale
French third-tier club US Quevilly defied the odds to reach the Coupe de France final but were beaten by Ligue 1 giants Lyon.
Lisandro Lopez wheels away in delight after scoring Lyon's winner in the= final at the Stade de France.
Lyon players celebrate their Coupe de France victory, the club's fifth triumph in the competition.
In a fine display of sportsmanship, Lyon captain Cris lifts Coupe de France with US Quevilly skipper Gregory Beaugrand after the game.
Roma took the lead at home to Napoli but goals from Juan Zuniga and Edinson Cavani put the visitors in control.
However, Roma were not to be undone and Fabio Simplicio netted a late leveller for the capital club.
Bayern Munich showed no ill-affects from their midweek Champions League exploits as they beat Stuttgart 2-0.
Borussia Dortmund won the Bundesliga title last week but they were still relentless against Kaiserslauten, Lucas Barrios netting a hat-trick for the champions.
Scoring machine Klaas Jan Huntelaar helped himself to another two goals, taking his tally for the season up to 46 and confirming Schalke's Champions League qualification.
In La Liga, Levante scored three second-half goals against struggling Granada to claim a 3-1 win and move back into the top four.
Bas Dost has been irrepressible for Heerenveen this season, scoring 30 goals including a brace in Saturday's 4-2 win at Heracles Almelo.