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Harry Kane atones for late penalty miss with last-gasp spot-kick to earn draw after Mo Salah looked to have secured victory with fine injury-time goal in incredible Anfield finale
Gerard Pique heads home late equaliser to earn Ernesto Valverde’s men a share of the spoils as tempers flare in La Liga derby.
Gonzalo Higuain scored a hat-trick as Juventus thrashed Sassuolo 7-0 on Sunday to keep the pressure on Napoli in the Serie A title battle.
WHAT THEY SAY
Tottenham were awarded two late spot-kicks at Anfield, the second one of which was converted by Harry Kane to earn his side a point
Barcelona vice-president Jordi Mestre has criticised Brazil superstar Neymar over the way the forward handled his move to Ligue 1 club PSG.
The Gabon international made a positive impact in his first appearance for the Premier League side and maintains there is much more to come
Flavblist takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond
THESE THINGS HAPPEN
Sunday afternoon will see Philippe Coutinho return to Espanyol for the first time since his loan spell with the club.
With one eye on Thursday’s Copa del Rey semi-final second leg, Ernesto Valverde somewhat surprisingly left Lionel Messi on the bench for the Catalan derby against Espanyol.
Following the defensive errors which plagued Real Madrid’s latest draw in LaLiga, Sergio Ramos was captured criticising Marcelo after the second Levante goal, labelling the Brazilian too static.
Sunday evening saw Neymar celebrate his 26th birthday with a grand party in the centre of Paris, just days after he scored a fine free-kick in a routine victory over Lille.
Cristiano was taken off in the 82nd minute with Madrid 1-2 up, and was visibly displeased with the decision. “It was planned,” Zidane said after the game.
A draw or a victory in Sunday’s Catalan derby will see Ernesto Valverde’s Barcelona side go 22 league matches unbeaten, which would better the run of Pep Guardiola’s 2009/10 team.
It’s fair to say it’s been a pretty good week for Mesut Ozil and Arsenal fans in general.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored on his Arsenal debut, Manchester City dropped points for only the fourth time this season and Tottenham were awarded two penalties in a dramatic draw at Liverpool.
Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham will make the headlines for its crazy ending and controversial decisions, but it was a brilliant tactical battle too.