The Champions League group stages kicked into another gear this week, with so many teams close to qualifying from their groups there needed to be certain results for them to be confirmed in the knockout stages.
The Premier League saw thirty-two goals scored this weekend, and will more and more teams wanting to play attacking football we might see this figure keep on rising.
Irish hearts were broken and tears were flowing last week when the Republic of Ireland didn’t make the World Cup after getting beat 5-1 by Denmark.
After Saturday night’s 0-0 draw in Copenhagen both Denmark and the Republic of Ireland are still in with a chance of qualifying for next summer’s World Cup in Russia.
Manchester City’s amazing run of form continues as they beat Arsenal 3-1 to go eleven games unbeaten at the start of this season, with ten wins and one draw.
Tottenham had a historic victory in the Champions League last week when they beat the reigning and twelve times Champions League winners Real Madrid at Wembley.
Liverpool finally got their first league win since beating Arsenal 4-0 back at the end of August.
Girona have never been in the top division in Spain in their whole history, not only are they now in La Liga but they now have a famous win over one of Spain’s greatest teams Real Madrid.
There are a lot of managers under pressure in the Premier League at the moment including Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, Slaven Bilic at West Ham and the one who the pressure got to was Ronald Koeman at Everton.