International breaks are over Club rivalry and clashes has already begun

International breaks are over. Club rivalry and clashes has already begun.

It was an amazing performance by all the national teams but now its time to get back to the club games. It was an exciting weekend just after the international break. Followed by several injuries and suspensions while performing national duty the matches have begun.

Chelsea are currently leading the Barclays premiere league table with 69 points followed by Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester city with Arsenal falling to 6th position to 5th replaced by Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United.

  • Chelsea                1-2        Palace
  • Man Utd              0-0       West Bromwich
  • Liverpool          3-1         Everton
  • Burnley                0-2        Tottenham
  • Hull City            2-1         West Ham
  • Leicester           2-0         Stoke
  • Watford             1-0         Sunderland
  • Southampton      0-0         Bournemouth
  • Arsenal                 2-2         Manchester City
  • Swansea               0-0         Middlesbrough

Real Madrid are at the peak of LaLiga table with 68 points closely followed by Football Club Barcelona with 66 points and Atletico Madrid with 58 points. Lionel Messi was out in the match played against Granada due to too much yellow cards. Los Blancos had an amazing victory in the Sentiago Bernabeau with 3 goals 2 of them scored in last 7 minutes. Karim Benzema sets a new record of scoring against each team in the tournament.

  • Espanyol         2-1       Real Betis
  • Villareal             2-3        Eibar
  • Osasuna             1-2       Athletic Club
  • Real Sociedad    1-1       CD Leganes
  • Malaga                0-2       Atletico Madrid
  • Real Madrid   3-0       Alaves
  • Sevilla                 0-0        Sporting Gijon
  • Valencia           3-0      Deportivo
  • Granada              1-4      Barcelona

FC Bayern Munchen is leading the table with 65 points followed by RB Leipzig and Hoffenheim. As always former champions Bayern Munchem are looking ferocious with its all time top scorer Robert Lewandoski hitting a hat-trick against FC Augsburg

  • Hertha BSC           1-3     Hoffenheim
  • FC Bayern          6-0     FC Augsburg
  • Schalke 04             1-1     Dortmund
  • Hamburger SV  2-1     Koln
  • RB Leipzig           4-0     Darmstadt 98
  • Freiburg                   2-5      Werder Bremen
  • Eintracht                  0-0     Gladbach
  • FC Ingolstadt       2-1     Mainz 05
  • Leverkusen               3-3     Wolfsburg

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