Moussa Dembele and Scott Sinclair did the damage for Celtic again this weekend.
Charlton Athletic’s home game against Coventry City was briefly suspended by an unusual protest on Saturday, as small plastic pigs were thrown onto the pitch from both ends of The Valley.
Aberdeen maintained their good vein of form by coasting to a 4-0 victory over 10-man Ross County to stay second in the Scottish Premiership.
José Mourinho has joined the chorus of criticism surrounding the appointment of Anthony Taylor to referee Manchester United’s game at Liverpool on Monday.
“We have already started to stretch our players,” Jürgen Klopp says, bringing laughter from his press room audience.
Aitor Karanka would hardly be human if he did not regard Watford’s visit to Teesside on Sunday as a litmus test of Middlesbrough’s Premier League survival prospects.
With the exception of captain Grant Leadbitter, Boro are expected to line up with their strongest XI as they welcome Watford to the Riverside Stadium.
If Scotland’s players adopt a similarly confident approach as their manager at Wembley next month, tales of this nation’s latest qualifying woe may be hugely exaggerated.
Rarely does the city of Melbourne present a united front come derby day, but following the latest instalment of the rivalry on Saturday night, both City and Victory coaches were in absolute agreement on the game’s standout moment: A-League debutant Tim Cahill’s goal was something to behold.
Liverpool are always going to have one big name in reserve if Jurgen Klopp persists with his current system and the Reds stay injury free.
Tottenham Hotspur take on the Ligue 1 leaders later this week.
It was another busy weekend for Newcastle United's 16 loanees, with some starring for their new clubs