|A woman pays tribute to Eusébio outside Benfica's ground|
Right. Things resumed in Serie A where Roma are no longer unbeaten. Juventus beat them to go eight clear at the top of the table and effectively end the Serie A title race. Roma finished with nine men after Rossi and Castan saw red. Yank Abroad Michael Bradley was an unused substitute. Elsewhere, Fiorentina won, Napoli won, Milan are winning at the moment (Monday matches!), and Inter are in Rome to face Lazio a bit later this afternoon. We'll get more from Paolo domani.
In Spain, it's all set up rather nicely for next weekend's Barcelona/Atlético Madrid after both teams were victorious. Barcelona hardly missed Messi or Neymar thanks to three from Alexis, while Atlético were able to sneak past Malaga.
|Fittingly, a white horse ushers the Tottenham team bus into the Emirates|
How about some additional 2013 review action? Here is Serie A Review - 2013: A Year To Remember Part I. Titesboro.
Back to Manchester United for a moment. Daniel Taylor thinks David Moyes's appointment might have been the wrong move. Was it?
|Walcott responds to Spurs supporters|
The Diving German has called his U.S. men to camp. Read all about it here.
It's our lucky day. Gab's Monday Musings are available on Monday. Today, he's thinking...The Moyes blame game, imperious Juventus and Eusebio memories.
And with that...we take our leave.