A necessary win, yet one that answers no questions. But just imagine what an injury to those two could do.
Barcelona and Bayern Munich reinforced their status as 'quite good' with commanding CL wins.
Also, Liverpool will be top of the league by January. We have more on Leicester, Newcastle and Klopp.
In a season of surprises, who has raised the eyebrows more than most? Other than him, obviously...
They've avoided widespread praise so far. How? Everton may have the most talented young group of anyone.
No reason for Spurs and Liverpool to place ceilings on their expectations. Plus Arsene. Oh, Arsene.
Could you imagine Wayne Rooney wanting to move to China? Also, Dembele to United.
"You expect more from Schweinsteiger," says Paul Scholes. He's busy making friends, isn't he?
"The first 30 or 35 minutes was as good as anything I can remember," says Carragher.
Time to breathe a sigh of relief, Liverpool fans. Lovely Philippe is just fine.
For those wondering why Rene Meulensteen's longest managerial spell was six months, look no further.
Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial have returned to training, but Bastian Schweinsteiger missed out.
"I don't regret it...but I want to forget it," says Saints midfielder Victor, spitting some sick bars.
Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu told Seamus Coleman when he returned that he had improved defensively.
Plus, Memphis Depay is the new Ronaldo (again), Villa's relegation and a truly mental season...
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