13 things we loved this weekend: Ozil, Fernandes, Sancho, Werner & more

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The Bundesliga continued to fulfil our football needs this weekend, while a number of Premier League clubs also returned to training.

Timo Werner and Robert Lewandowski stole the headlines in Germany as the continued their remarkable goalscoring feats, plus there were a number of other brilliant moments provided by lesser-known players.

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

Eduard Lowen

A free-kick that would make David Beckham blush.

Jadon Sancho

He’s taking the p*ss.

Jadon Sancho, again

Tooooooooooo good.

Dennis Srbeny

Dreadful defending, sensational finish.

Davy Klaassen

We’re still convinced he should have been good for Everton – if only he wasn’t one of 17,000 No.10s they signed that summer.

Christian Kabasele

Kabasele has no time for people criticising players who are worried about the health implications of returning to football. We’re right behind him.

Micah Richards

Speaking of footballers who seem like really good blokes.

Bruno Fernandes

He makes this look far too easy.

Louis van Gaal

How have we never seen these classic LVG touchline antics from the 1995 Champions League final before?

On This Day in 1995 : Louis van Gaal’s Karate kick [Milan-Ajax UCL final] from r/soccer

Tony Dorigo & David Batty

Batty at the White House. Much more preferable than Trump, to be fair.

Mesut Ozil

A man of fine taste.

Timo Werner

Thirty for the season after a hat-trick. Just bloody sign him, Liverpool.

WATCH: All three goals as Liverpool target Timo Werner bags hat-trick

Matheus Cunha

So good he gets the Tom Victor treatment.

READ: Matheus Cunha’s feint left Union Berlin’s defenders playing on an ice rink

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