19 things we loved this weekend: Pepe, De Bruyne, Sancho, Keane and more

Quick Reads

The Manchester City winning machine ploughed on with a 2-1 victory against West Ham at the weekend, making it 20 straight wins in all competitions. 

Elsewhere, Roy Keane and Jamie Redknapp provided some brilliant pre-match entertainment, while Notts County’s Elisha Sam scored one of the goals of the season.

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

Roy Keane & Jamie Redknapp

We absolutely love Dave Jones telling Redknapp to take a breath.

Gareth Bale & Lucas Moura

Lucas clearly didn’t get the memo.

Nicolas Pepe

This is the Pepe that Arsenal fans have been waiting for.


We wish Timothy Castagne’s ankles a speedy recovery.

Kevin De Bruyne

His latest assist was pretty special. 

Elisha Sam

FIFA might as well just give him the Puskas award now.

This brawl

Bournemouth vs Watford descended into chaos in the closing stages.

Martin Terrier

There was nothing the goalkeeper could do about this.

Joao Felix

Felix continues to silence his critics this season.

Joan Jordan

This is definitely how we’d try and defend against Messi.

Jadon Sancho

It’s easy to forget that Sancho is only 20 years old.

Mauro Arambarri

What a strike.

Leon Bailey

It’s easy to see why Bailey has been linked with a move to the Premier League.

Jeff Stelling & Paul Merson

They summed up how we all felt.

Conor Gallagher

It’s fair to say Lee Mason didn’t have the best weekend.

Fabio Borini

Borini scoring regular stunners for Turkish club Fatih Karagumruk is a very unexpected development. 

Armand Lauriente

David Beckham would be proud of this one.

This own goal

This is like something out of a comedy sketch.

Alan Velasco

If only somebody had written about Velasco…

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