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Serie A's biggest derby, Milan vs. Inter, delivers a classic. PLUS: Messi's latest magic trick for Barcelona

The Milan derby and Lionel Messi's performance at Betis raised overall what was a relatively humdrum weekend. It may be just an impression, but derbies tend to either be defined by fear and tension, or they break out into end-to-end brawls.

The 223rd Derby Della Madonnina was the latter, and if you missed it, you missed a classic.

Ahead of the game, it looked as if Sunday's meeting would mark the start of Inter's implosion: from the Mauro Icardi affair -- he was watching at home, a five minute...

Inter in derby heaven as Milan fail to deal with threat of Vecino and Martinez

As kick-off approached in the Derby della Madonnina, Milan's Ultras unfurled a tifo depicting Hell Boy bringing his fist down on a pile of skulls through which an Inter scarf was laced. "Send them to hell," was the request made by the Curva Sud to Milan's players. Looking at the banner, Inter probably thought it can't get worse that this.

It's been a tumultuous month for them in which the flames ignited by dressing room strife, the stand-off provoked by the decision to strip Mauro Icardi of the...

Icardi drama drags Inter down while Milan, Piatek are on fire: what you need to know about the Milan derby

So much has changed since the last Derby della Madonnina. Back in October ahead of their first meeting of the Serie A season, Inter were deserving victors, with Mauro Icardi the hero and his team improbably top of their Champions League group. Milan on the other hand witnessed Gonzalo Higuain descend into a funk and were mired in a crippling injury crisis.

The roles are now reversed. Milan are on the march and have overtaken an Inter side that's on the slide. There has been a remarkable nine-point...

Numbers: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tastes first league defeat, Lionel Messi scores in 800th game

Steve Nicol breaks down Manchester United's first Premier League loss under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal.
Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno were in full agreement that Raheem Sterling's first goal against Watford should never have been allowed to stand.
Steve Nicol examines what is behind Mohamed Salah's recent struggles and what he and Jurgen Klopp can do to sort the issues out.
Despite another routine win for Barcelona in La Liga, questions remain over Philippe Coutinho who underwhelmed again for the Spanish giants.
Luuk De Jong scored his 21st league goal of the season as PSV Eindhoven remain in control of top spot in the Dutch Eredivisie.

While Liverpool kept pace with Manchester City, Arsenal beat Manchester United to keep the top four race alive. In La Liga, Barcelona continued their dominance, while Kareem Benzema helped Real Madrid get back to winning ways after their humiliating Champions League defeat. Elsewhere, Juventus remained unbeaten in the league, while Bayern Munich scored six against Wolfsburg to leapfrog Dortmund to the top of the Bundesliga. Here are the best numbers from the weekend's action.


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Juventus are still...

Ronaldo getting frustrated as he longs for Juventus to play more like Real Madrid

It's not often that you can say events at Napoli's San Paolo stadium closely resembled those at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, but that's exactly what happened last weekend as the behaviour of one football superstar mirrored that of an NBA contemporary.

Granted, one of Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus teammates did not push him in the back in the hope it might make him defend in the way the Los Angeles Lakers' Kyle Kuzma appeared to do to LeBron James against the Clippers. No one would dare. But...

Juventus look tired and injured at the worst time. Can they rally vs. Napoli and then stay alive in Europe?

Massimiliano Allegri and his staff hosted a video analysis session for Juventus' players after the 2-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid 10 days ago. It didn't last long. A series of instructive clips were cut together and shown rather than a replay of the game in its entirety.

"We'd have fallen asleep if we had [done that]," Allegri said. "Three minutes were enough. Then we moved on."

Moving on from the result is easier said than done, though, particularly when it has compromised Juve's significant...