17 things we loved this weekend: Neymar, Smith Rowe, Keane, Amad

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PSG'S Neymar dribbled with the ball.

It was all about derbies this weekend as Manchester City beat Manchester United 2-0, while AC Milan and Inter shared points at the San Siro.

Elsewhere, West Ham United ended Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the season and Xavi was appointed as Barcelona‘s new manager.

We’ve rounded up the best of the action on and off the field.

Roy Keane

It’s fair to say that Keane isn’t Fred’s biggest fan.

Roy Keane x2

“What have you had, two pints?”

Micah Richards

Richards was in a great mood after City’s win at Old Trafford.

Emile Smith Rowe

Smith Rowe is in pretty good company.


The United winger scored a goal that Ronaldinho would be proud of.

Folarin Balogun

Not a bad way to score a 97th-minute equaliser.

Ben Woodburn

A wonderful finish from the Liverpool loanee.

Tammy Abraham

It’s great to see that Abraham has rediscovered his best form in Italy.

Xherdan Shaqiri 

We have watched this on repeat all weekend.

Ansu Fati

The 19-year-old is quickly establishing himself as Barcelona’s main man.


Lionel Messi was injured but PSG could still rely on Neymar’s brilliance.


You have to admire the shithousery.

Diego Lopez

Seaman-esque – alright, maybe not that good, but still – at the age of 40.

Alex Smithies

While we’re on the subject of great saves…

Sebas Mendez

The goalkeeper could do nothing to stop this incredible strike.

Josef Martinez

Martinez somehow manages to make this look so effortless.

Adria Pedrosa


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