Real Madrid, Barca in shock La Liga losses
It was a day of upsets in La Liga, as Real Madrid and Barcelona both fell to unfancied opposition.
Promoted Cadiz stunned Real Madrid by earning a 1-0 away victory - the first time they have ever beaten the champions - before Barca fell to Getafe for their first loss of the season under new coach Ronald Koeman.
For Cadiz, veteran striker Alvaro Negredo set up Anthony Lozano to chip in the game's only goal and complete one of La Liga's most unexpected but deserved scorelines.
Karim Benzema had Madrid's only decent chance to equalise but the Frenchman could only hit the crossbar with eight minutes remaining.
To make Madrid's misery complete, key defender Sergio Ramos took a knock to the left knee during a clash with Lozano that forced him to be substituted at half-time.
The injury has cast doubt on his availability for Madrid's Champions League opener against Shaktar Donetsk on Wednesday and the first 'clasico' of the campaign against Barcelona next weekend.
Madrid had previously been undefeated for 15 league matches going back to last season and had won three and drawn one this season. They remain top of the table.
The day's shocks were not over, as Getafe lived up to their reputation as one of the top defensive sides in Spain and limited Barcelona to just two scoring opportunities.
Lionel Messi hit the upright in the 20th and Antoine Griezmann wasted a great chance on the half-hour mark before Getafe's Jaime Mata scored the game's only goal from the penalty spot early in the second half.
The result moves Getafe up to second in La Liga on 10 points, behind Real Madrid only on goal difference. Cadiz and Granada lie third and fourth respectively, also on 10.
The first loss in four league matches this season for Koeman's team comes before its Champions League opener against Hungarian club Ferencvaros on Tuesday
Earlier, Luis Suarez scored an early goal to help his new side Atletico Madrid win 2-0 at Celta Vigo and end the team's scoring drought.
The Uruguayan scored from a pass from Manuel Sanchez in the sixth minute before Yannick Carrasco added a second goal in stoppage time.
Sevilla will visit Chelsea in the Champions League on Tuesday having seen their unbeaten streak in the league ended by Granada, who defeated them 1-0 with a Yangel Herrera header with eight minutes left.
It was Sevilla's first loss in the league since February.