With the weekend fixtures complete, indianexpress.com takes a look at major talking points from the weekend.
Financial constraints have forced Mohammedan Sporting to pull out of the second division I-League.
Catalans look to avoid Clasico obsession as they take on Dutch side in Champions League.
Wigan’s players offered to refund the price of the match ticket to travelling fans when they lost 9-1 to Tottenham.
Sevilla beat Elche 2-0 with second-half goals from Bacca and Gameiro to move up to second in La Liga.
In away match, Delhi’s Czech midfielder scores 74th minute screamer, snaps Kolkata’s two-match winning run.
Liverpool scored a stunning 3-2 win over QPR with four of the five goals coming in last 7 minutes.
Cristiano Ronaldo maintained his blistering scoring form with two goals as Real swept Levante aside 5-0.
Italian striker Balotelli admitted that he is struggling to cope with Manager Rodger’s tactics at Anfiled.
Platini has no regrets for not running against Blatter who is likely to secure a fifth term at next year’s elections.
After drone incident, Serbia interior minister lashes out at Albania’s Europeanness.
Lionel Messi is in pursuit of a Telmo Zarra’s six-decade-old La Liga scoring record of 251 goals.
A Euro qualifier between the two teams was abandoned after a brawl was triggered among the players over the flag of Greater Albania.
John Abraham admitted that the next game against Atletico de Kolkata will be tough.
Neymar scored all four goals for Brazil as they routed an under-strength Japan 4-0.