19 things we loved this weekend: Messi, Ronaldo, Alisson, Eriksen, Diaz

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Lionel Messi during the match between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Marseille at the Parc des Princes on April 17, 2022.

The fight for the Premier League title continued over the weekend as Manchester City cruised past Watford and Liverpool beat local rivals Everton at Anfield. 

Elsewhere, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain both won their domestic league titles while Real Betis beat Valencia in the Copa del Rey final. 

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

Lionel Messi

Vintage stuff to help clinch his first trophy with PSG.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Another week, another ridiculous record broken.

Alisson

World-class goalkeeper and comedy genius, apparently.

Luis Diaz

What a lovely addition to the Premier League he’s been.

Divock Origi

The man absolutely loves Merseyside derbies.

Aaron Ramsdale

More of this sort of thing, please.

Martin Odegaard

If Eddie Nketiah had scored this would’ve been one of the assists of the season.

Charlie Adam

Always good to check in on how Charlie Adam is doing these days.

Davide Nicola

Pray for the players that have to face him in the dressing room.

Joaquin

The bloke played at the 2002 World Cup. What a hero.

Diego Forlan

Joaquin, eat your heart out.

Denzel Dumfries

What a lovely move this is from Serie A’s table toppers.

Jose Mourinho

You still know he would’ve loved to spoil the party.

Nemanja Matic

We wouldn’t be surprised if Matic ends up at Mourinho’s Roma next season.

Christian Eriksen

It would lovely to see him back at Spurs next season, wouldn’t it?

 

 

Jamal Musiala

Ten straight titles, Bayern? Ten? That’s insane.

Sandro Tonali

Our hero for keeping the Serie A title race alive.

 

Barcelona Femeni

Another attendance record broken for women’s football on Friday night.

 

This fan

He ran onto the pitch to teach the Santa Cruz goalkeeper how to make a save.


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