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Marcotti's Musings: Man City's nightmare weekend on and off the pitch

The Premier League champions have some concerns. Plus: Real Madrid lost again, Liverpool's slump continued, Bayern claimed an important win and Inter prevailed in Milan.

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Man City's possible punishments: Points deductions, stripped titles and worse

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TOP HEADLINES

LALIGA'S FAILURE TO ACT

Treatment of Vinicius is only encouraging racist abuse

Vinicius is being kicked up and down the pitch by opponents and racially abused by fans in the stands, and Spanish football is letting it happen.

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TRANSFERS

Transfer Talk: LAFC make move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Chelsea future looking increasingly bleak, LAFC have emerged as potential suitors. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Laurens: PSG 'furious' with Chelsea for Ziyech breakdown

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WEEKEND WRAP-UP

Premier League's top two lose, more mediocrity from Real Madrid: Weekend Review

Another weekend of European football is in the books and, as usual, there have been plot twists and upsets galore. Here's ESPN's Weekend Review.

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BARCELONA BOOST TITLE HOPES

How Barcelona are finding ways to win despite not playing well

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Raphinha, Kessie shine as Barcelona thrash Sevilla

LaLiga leaders Barcelona increased their advantages to eight points over Real Madrid on Sunday.

REAL MADRID SUFFER SETBACK

Injury-hit Madrid lose with Asensio, Vinicius Jr. frustrated

The defending champions' title hopes were hit when they were outfought in defeat at Mallorca.

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KANE MAKES TOTTENHAM HISTORY

As Kane makes history for Spurs, Man City fail to make ground on Arsenal

Harry Kane passed Jimmy Greaves to become Tottenham's all-time leading scorer with a first-half goal that also prevented Man City from taking advantage of Arsenal's loss on Saturday.

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Harry's greatest hits! How Kane became Tottenham's record scorer

Harry Kane broke Jimmy Greaves' mark, which stood for more than 50 years. Here's how Kane did it.

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