10 Things We Learned This Weekend
In a Halloween weekend in which Klopp has won his first Premier League game, Boca Juniors won the Apertura title, or Frankfurt found the way to make Bayern Munich struggle, just what did we learn?Here's the 10 things we learned this weekend.
Mourinho has nothing to say
Another weekend and another defeat for Chelsea that leaves Mourinho speechless and already 14 points behind Manchester City and Arsenal. Mourinho still has the support from the fans and probably from Abramovich, but for how long?
Klopp's first victory in Premier League
Germany's greatest export was asked at the post-match press conference if Liverpool could win the league and his reaction was priceless.
Halloween in Getafe
While Victor Rodríguez (Getafe) was in his press conference, Barcelona players, lead by notorious comedian Gerard Piqué, entered the room during their Halloween party. Barcelona had to apologise afterwards with a grovelling press release.
Lahm's first foul in Bundesliga since September 2014
Bayern Munich's Philipp Lahm hadn't committed a foul in Bundesliga for more than a year until Friday. That Nobel Peace Prize was just around the corner. Shame...
Boca Juniors reign in Argentina again
Boca Juniors claimed the Apertura title this weekend with help from Carlos Tevez. Their last title was in 2011.
Sergi Roberto, the next La Masia star?
Barcelona fans had stopped believing that Roberto could ever play for Barça, but since Luis Enrique decided to move him to right back the Catalan gained confidence and now, back in midfield, is playing at a level comparable to Xavi or Iniesta. Sergi Roberto assisted both goals on Saturday and put in an amazing performance after an injury.
The slow starters are picking up a gear
Most of the teams expected to be on top that started out on the wrong foot are getting there - except Chelsea. Here's a quick rundown... France: Lyon are 2nd and Marseille are closing the gap.Italy: Milan are 6th already and Juve are making their way up, slowly.England: Liverpool are eight points behind Man City.Germany: Gladbach are fifth after six consecutive wins.Spain: Valencia are slowly approaching the top five now.
Frankfurt find the key to open up Bayern Munich
Eintracht Frankfurt were the first team to take any points from Bayern Munich this season after a goalless draw on Friday. The unstoppables were halted in their tracks.
2000 goals for Wenger at Arsenal
Olivier Giroud scored this weekend the 2000th goal of Arsene Wenger's management at Arsenal, a reign that started in 1996.
Skrabb teach us how to do a scorpion kick
There were many great goals this weekend, but a player from Swedish side Åtvidabergs FF scored probably one of the best with this scorpion kick. The Swedish team is still at the bottom of the league but it's something to take home, we guess.
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