Anddd we're off again in Madrid!
Back under way!
The players are heading back out on to the field in Turin.
Inter will be hoping that the second half is as comfortable as the first was, as they look to close the gap to Juventus at the top of Serie A to one point.
Champions Bayern Munich are within a point of top spot in the Bundesliga, cruising to a 4-0 victory over Fortuna Dusseldorf and taking full advantage of leaders Borussia Monchengladbach's surprise 2-0 defeat at Union Berlin.
RB Leipzig later beat Cologne 4-1 to reclaim second place - level on points with Bayern.
In Italy, Juventus came from behind to defeat Atalanta and maintain their grip on top spot ahead of Inter's trip to Torino tonight, while AC Milan and Napoli drew 1-1.
Meanwhile, players in the Netherlands' top two divisions have continued to stand still for the first minute of games this weekend to protest against racism.
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It's level at the break between second and, currently, fourth in La Liga.
Sociedad stunned the hosts with their second minute opener following an awful back pass from Sergio Ramos, but Karim Benzema popped up with his 11th goal in 15 appearances for Real so far this season.
It really could go either way!
Just one minute of added time at the end of the first half in Madrid.
Karim Benzema's equaliser has done wonders for Real Madrid's confidence - and the general mood inside the Bernabeu.
It's the hosts who are currently pressing for a second as we approach half-time, but Sergio Ramos is rightly penalised for handball as he attempted to meet a whipped cross from Luka Modric.
Goals from Lautaro Martinez and Stefan de Vrij have put Inter in control of this one at the interval.
As I was saying...
Sociedad push their luck and hand Real Madrid one free-kick too many.
Luka Modric swings a cross in and Karim Benzema is able to covert his fifth goal in three games for Real using his shoulder!
Luka Modric can't make anything of it, though.
Not quite happening for Real in the final third so far.
Sociedad are determined to continue playing out from the back despite Real's pressure, but this time it doesn't pay off.
Nacho Monreal is forced to foul Rodrygo and the hosts have a free-kick in a decent position on the right flank...
Half an hour gone at the Bernabeu and Real Sociedad are worth their lead on the balance of play.
Sociedad's Mikel Merino attempts a clever free-kick routine but the hosts are alert to the danger. There are some whistles coming from the crowd. The first signs of discontent?
Inter work a short corner before the ball is eventually whipped in towards the back post where Stefan de Vrij is waiting to pounce.
No mistakes with the header. Inter firmly in control!
That is an excellent save!
Marcelo Brozovic delivers a lovely cross into the box and Romelu Lukaku meets it with a powerful header six yards from goal.
The home fans are up and ready to celebrate, that is until Salvatore Sirigu produces a brilliant reaction save and Torino clear the ball for a corner.
Nacho Monreal clatters into the back of Rodrygo and the 18-year-old is down in some pain.
Could we see Gareth Bale in action much earlier than planned?
Not for now! Rodrygo is waiting on the sidelines, ready to return.
Inter have had just 33% of the possession against Torino so far, but crucially they've scored with their only shot on target.
Despite their time on the ball, Torino are yet to have any attempt whatsoever.
Happy viewing for Antonio Conte so far.
What a hit!
Ferland Mendy pings a shot from way out and it causes Sociedad goalkeeper Alex Remiro all sorts of problems as it dips and swerves mid-flight.
Remiro judges it as well as he can in the circumstances and avoids any embarrassment.
Willian Jose almost has his and Sociedad's second!
Mikel Oyarzabal bursts past Dani Carvajal, before sending in a cross that just won't quite fall for Willian Jose and Real Madrid just about manage to scramble the ball clear.
Real Sociedad are looking dangerous. If they score the next goal, the home support could really start to make things uncomfortable for Zinedine Zidane's men.
Portu chases a ball into the box but he arrives late on Thibaut Courtois and the hosts escape with a free-kick.
Karim Benzema's perfect through-ball rolls perfectly into the path of Eden Hazard, but the Belgian's first-time attempt smacks into the side-netting.
Better from the home side after their early set-back.