20 things we loved this weekend: Mount, Martinelli, Sancho, Pep & more

Quick Reads

Instead of action from the players, it was the anti-Glazer protest from Manchester United fans that led the news in the Premier League this weekend. 

Elsewhere, Inter Milan clinched their first Serie A title in 11 years and Rangers rubbed salt into Celtic’s wounds with a 4-1 win in the Old Firm derby.

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

This kid

The best moment from the United protest.

Gabriel Martinelli

Poor Jacob Murphy thought he’d cornered Martinelli.

Mason Mount

A velvet-like first touch from the Chelsea midfielder.

Mikel Arteta

Arteta’s first touch isn’t bad either.

Pep Guardiola

Guardiola knows greatness when he sees it.

Bobby Reid

We can’t help but admire this unique level of shithousery.

Harry Wilson

There won’t be many hat-tricks better than this.

Alfredo Morelos

Morelos ensured that Scott Brown’s final Old Firm derby was one to forget.

Ryan Kent

This is mesmerising to watch.

Romelu Lukaku

Lukaku enjoyed a one-man victory parade after Inter Milan were crowned Serie A champions. 

David Neres

It’s safe to assume that Neres enjoyed Ajax’s title win.

Artem Dzyuba

We’re now expecting Sergio Aguero to dress up as Spiderman.

Malcom

What a strike.

Jadon Sancho

Sancho just has this effect on defenders.

Emi Buendia

We can’t wait to see Buendia back in the Premier League next season.

Nani

The former Manchester United winger doesn’t score rubbish goals.

Adnan Januzaj

This nutmeg should come with a parental guidance warning.

Mateusz Musialowski

It’s easy to see why there’s a lot of hype around the Liverpool youngster.

Sergio Arribas

David Beckham, eat yer heart out.

This penalty

From RB Leipzig’s summer signing, no less.


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