Elite European football returned this weekend as Borussia Dortmund stole the show with a resounding 4-0 victory over Schalke in the Revierderby.
Elsewhere, a team in South Korea were caught out using sex dolls to fill their stadium (yes, really), and Gazza provided the quote of 2020.
We’ve rounded up the best of the action on and off the pitch.
Will someone please just close him down?
Great defending, terrible finishing.
Raphaël Guerreiro’s 2nd goal of the match and Borussia Dortmund’s 4th.
A trivela finish after a great 1-2, a certain international team-mate of his would be very happy with that finish!
— Próxima Jornada (@ProximaJornada1) May 16, 2020
Less of a fan of interviews.
Erling Haaland at #BorussiaDortmund:
11 words in today's post-match interview
— Ben Hayward (@bghayward) May 16, 2020
Setting the standard for Haaland and co to follow.
40+ goals for the fifth straight season.
Robert Lewandowski cannot be stopped 🔥 pic.twitter.com/F5BrfDuIH6
— B/R Football (@brfootball) May 17, 2020
How we all felt, tbf.
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 15, 2020
He’s definitely got Football Manager loaded up on that laptop.
Home-spun commentary on Bundesliga. Strange days indeed. pic.twitter.com/JKJoQhttX6
— Ian Darke (@IanDarke) May 16, 2020
When you’ve got Fortnite at 10am but Millwall away at 3pm.
Message to all parents to check your kids xbox messages. I've just found that our 9 year old has been offering blokes straighteners outside lidl pic.twitter.com/OhYfnz54gG
— … (@Mattavelli18) May 16, 2020
The best thing we’ve read in a long time.
🗣| Paul Gascoigne:
“Alex Ferguson says it would have been different if I had signed for United. Well, Rio did a runner from a drug test. Cantona two-footed some c*nt. Rooney shagged a fuc*king granny. And Giggs shagged his brother’s fuc*ing wife.”
What A LEGEND 😂 pic.twitter.com/K6RHVyrwcR
— City Chief (@City_Chief) May 15, 2020
On a completely separate note, how is your dad?
2016 K League winners FC Seoul inadvertently used sex dolls rather than fashion mannequins to help fill empty stands this weekend. The club has apologised. Both the club and the supplier are pointing fingers at others. (It’s not just COVID-19 you need to avoid catching!) #kleague pic.twitter.com/59rSU8XxYL
— Devon Rowcliffe (@WhoAteTheSquid) May 17, 2020
A good bloke.
Virgil Van Dijk is raising money for his former side Groningen by holding a raffle for four season tickets he has bought from the club for the upcoming season after the finances of the club took a hit due to the cancellation of the Eredivisie.
Top gesture Virg 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/ruZDdk3LO0
— Anfield Edition* (@AnfieldEdition) May 16, 2020
He’s a lot of fun to watch.