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Quick Reads

Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Son Heung-min stole the headlines this weekend after combining for four goals in their 5-2 win at Southampton. 

Elsewhere, Thiago give Liverpool fans a glimpse of what they can expect from him this season and Cristiano Ronaldo continues to show no signs of slowing down.

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

Tanguy Ndombele

There’s hope yet.

Harry Kane and Son Heung-min

What an incredible duo.

Robert Lewandowski

He makes everything look far too easy.

Cristiano Ronaldo

New season, same Ronaldo.

Jadon Sancho

No wonder Manchester United fans are desperate to sign the 20-year-old.

James Rodriquez

Everton fans clearly love their new midfielder.

Gareth Bale

We’re all pretty excited to see Bale back in a Tottenham shirt.


A sign of things to come from Liverpool’s new signing.

READ: Five incredible stats from Thiago’s Liverpool debut against Chelsea

Andy Robertson

Poor Jorginho had an afternoon to forget at Stamford Bridge.

Ian Wright

It’s fair to say that Wright enjoyed Nketiah’s winning goal for Arsenal.

Dani Ceballos

As all the best teams know, you have to earn the right to play.

Love this Fighting spirit of Ceballos from r/Gunners

Yves Bissouma

We can see what he’s trying to do, but it completely backfired…

Tariq Lamptey

England have an embarrassment of riches at right-back.

Patrice Evra

Sky Sports had to apologise for Evra’s comments after the game.


This isn’t something you see every day.

Matheus Pereira

West Brom may have lost against Everton, but this was a special goal from Pereira.

Wilfried Zaha

That told him.

Gary Mabbutt

What a brilliant gesture from the Tottenham legend.


He probably would have preferred their home kit though.

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