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The headlines from the world of football this weekend were dominated byManchester Unitedbouncing back from last week’sLiverpooldrubbing with an impressively dominant 3-0 win away toTottenham.

That was far from the only notable story, however, with plenty of great matches across Europe’s major leagues and beyond.

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

Aaron Ramsdale

IfPeter Schmeichel says it’s a good save, then it’s a bloody good save.

Aaron Ramsdale x2

As well as being a great goalkeeper, Ramsdale is also a wonderful shithouse.

Cristiano Ronaldo

A goal this good should always be allowed to stand.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Solskjaer had the perfect response to some heckling Spurs fans.

Roy Keane

Even by Keane’s high standards, this is hilarious.

This stat

Spooky.

The Chelsea admin

Fair play.

Ben Johnson

Johnston took his celebration from the playground to the Premier League.

Hugo Guillamon

Who doesn’t love a dink?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

We wouldn’t even be surprised if he reaches 500.

Wahbi Khazri

David Beckham, eat yer heart out.

Mariano Diaz

Another goal for Vinicius Jr, but this one is all about that backheel from Mariano.

Irfan Can Kahveci

A stunner from the Super Lig.

Cade Cowell

Ignore the lack of defenders. This kid looks one to watch.

Andre-Pierre Gignac

Checking in on how the Marseille cult hero is getting on in Mexico is always a treat.

This referee

Deulofeu will think twice before complaining to a referee again.

This goal

Maradona would be proud.


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