Bernardo Silva is just ridiculous. And so is Tottenham even competing against this Manchester City team.
Mauricio Pochettino is a genius and Victor Wanyama is a hero, but Pep Guardiolais is still addicted to the light that blinds him.
Liverpool are quite something. Jurgen Klopp is not David Moyes. And Chelsea simply lost to the better team.
Pep Guardiola beat himself in a sixth straight Champions League knockout tie. Props to Pochettino, mind.
Jurgen Klopp's side got the result in a game that was in constant motion. Fid Spurs deserve better?
Arsenal have played better and lost. Manchester United have played worse and won. Football, eh?
How can Liverpool really be expected to cope with playing football in the wind? Bloody Everton...
A disallowed goal, individual errors, a last-minute penalty save, and a red card...a derby that had it all but answered nothing.
Maurizio Sarri was as impressive as his Chelsea players while Spurs' impotency is worrying...
Chelsea came oh so close but Manchester City did what Manchester City do.
Luke Shaw shines in a hugely important but injury-ravaged game at Old Trafford. Liverpool go top, but are they petering out?
Millwall have reached more FA Cup quarter-finals in the last 15 years than Liverpool. They are the great modern cup overachievers.
What pressure? City put themselves back top thanks to a remarkable first half against woeful Chelsea.
Both sides had one good half and one bad half. But Manchester City's bad is better than Arsenal's good.
There is praise for Solskjaer, Gracia, Guardiola and Wimbledon. Not so much for West Ham, Millwall, Silva and Coleman.
Chelsea were bad. Like, really, really bad. And Arsenal were...good? Wow. Yes. Arsenal were really good.
A game Manchester United won in the first half, and Tottenham lost in the second. Boy, was it bloody fun.
From English football's king of tragicomedy to some long-awaited giant killings, here's the FA Cup third round.
Pep Guardiola got it ever so right, while Jurgen Klopp got it ever so wrong. Liverpool are still in control. Just.
Imagine when Liverpool actually start playing as well as they can. As for Arsenal...
Super-sub Xherdan Shaqiri delivered a routine Liverpool victory - and a routine limp defeat for Mourinho's United.
Sarri's perfect gameplan and David Luiz's latest redemption inflicted City's first defeat of the season.
Will Manchester United or Arsenal be happier with a draw? What a bloody weird match...
The strangest of late Divock Origi goals gave Liverpool victory in the best Merseyside derby in years.
Unai Emery has Mauricio Pochettino's number. Arsenal were great, but bloody hell Tottenham.
Tottenham were pretty great, Chelsea were absolutely terrible. That's their 18-game unbeaten streak over.
Brilliant City outclassed United throughout, then humiliated them with a wonderful, wonderful goal.
Was this proof that Arsenal are title challengers? Are just a sign that Liverpool are not quite ready?
On the excellence of Moussa Sissoko and Fernandinho and the sh*tness of the full-backs...
We won't pretend it was the best game in the world, but we've got plenty to say about it nonetheless...
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