As usual on Monday, we'll begin with a look at what happened in England (and Wales). Certainly, the shock of the weekend must have been West Ham's three-nil pasting of Spurs at White Hart Lane. We're confident that nobody expected that. Ravel Morrison scored a cracker of a goal, by the way (see below). Jeremy Wilson saw it. Oh, and Miguel Delany has Three Things. Meanwhile, Adnan Januzaj is all the rage at Manchester United after his two goals helped his team defeat Sunderland. Phil McNulty takes a look at the Kosovar-Albanian-Belgian teenager.
Daniel Taylor was at The Hawthorns where West Brom and Arsenal fought to a draw. Jack Wilshere grabbed the headlines by playing a game of two halves, scoring Arsenal's goal, and admitting his fag intake was not a hoax. Here's the rest of the fun:
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Down in Italy, Roma turned what should have been a tight contest into a farce at the San Siro by beating Inter three-nil. Totti's still got it, people. Here's a link to everything you need to know about the weekend in Serie A (until we check in with Paolo domani).
Over in Spain, there were no big upsets. Real Madrid managed to escape with a win at Levante and Real Sociedad continue to struggle. Here's a wee wrap.
Let's look back at MLS. Here's your Best and Worst of Week 32. It includes Landon Donovan and Fotis Bazakos. And more. Speaking of more, Ives has a wrap of the weekend and he says Tim Cahill is making a case for MVP. Hit it, Ives.
That's probably fine for a Monday.