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Quick Reads

It was business as usual in the Premier League this weekend as Manchester City kept up their run at the top of the table, while Liverpool‘s implosion continued. 

Elsewhere, a rare Atletico Madrid defeat breathed life back into the La Liga title race, Antonio Conte’s Inter made a big step forward with a 3-0 win in the Milan derby, and things remain interesting in Germany and France.

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

Luke Ayling

Only saying what we’re all thinking.

Mason Mount

Things don’t get any easier for poor Jan Bednarek.

West Ham’s celebration

David Moyes is getting a tune out of the West Ham players.

Bruno Fernandes

Fernandes continues to set the standard in terms of productivity.

Leroy Sane

Bayern Munich may have lost but bloody hell look at this assist.


Jadon Sancho 

Sancho isn’t the first English player to speak with a dodgy foreign accent.

Erling Haaland

He’s only 20 and we’re already running out of words for Haaland.

Duncan Ferguson

*Barry Davies voice*: “Look at his face! Just look at his face!”

Tom Davies & Leighton Baines

A brilliant gesture from the pair.

Etienne Eto’o Pineda

If he’s half the player his dad was, etc…

Romelu Lukaku

That’s how to celebrate bossing a Milan derby.

Marcel Sabitzer

The goalkeeper could only stand and watch this fly into the net.

Alexander Isak

La Liga’s most in-form player scored for a sixth straight game in style.

This referee

Oh, mate.


Matias Suarez

This is filthy.

Dylan Bahamboula

What a strike.

Lewis Fiorini

The Man City loanee produced a Kevin De Bruyne-esque assist for NAC Breda. 

Amin Younes

Definition of Top Bin. 


Gennaro Gattuso

Never change, Gennaro.

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