It was tough to keep it down to 16, but we have conclusions on Costa, Aguero, the referee, Otamendi, Fabregas and...
Toure will appear in court after police charged the Manchester City midfielder with drink driving.
Sergio Ramos' late header helps Real Madrid maintain their six-point lead over Barcelona at the top of La Liga.
Cesc Fabregas did enough to impress Antonio Conte after being handed a rare Chelsea start at Man City.
"Both players were strong there - that's all," the Man City boss says of Aguero's red card. Erm, not quite.
Marc Muniesa scores his first ever Premier League goal as Stoke beat Burnley.
Sunderland move to within two points of Leicester as David Moyes' side continue their resurgence.
Crystal Palace ease the pressure on Alan Pardew by ending a run of six-consecutive defeats.
West Brom move up to sixth as Chris Brunt gets among the goals in a victory over 10-man Watford.
If United want to improve their rubbish defence, it will cost them. Plus Payet to Arsenal? Sure.
Mourinho has discussed how he is valuing performances and style over results at United. Convenient.
Bugger off John O'Shea, you friendly postman. The fourth vs trophy battle rages on, and United broke the cup.
A Liverpool reject features. A Boro reject features. A Reading reject features. It's all good fun.
Liverpool will sell Sakho in January after Klopp said the defender is not in his first-team squad.
Souness turned down both Cantona and Schmeichel while Liverpool manager. Well played.
Jose Mourinho claims football authorities treat him differently to other managers. Naw.
Mourinho "will not push anyone" out at Man United in the upcoming January transfer window.
Hodgson has hit out at "the written press" in his first public comments since Euro 2016.
Arsenal can't afford another mistake, and nor can Mourinho. Yet the big game of the weekend is elsewhere.
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