Well it was another action packed weekend across world football, of course. Huddersfield Town stunned Manchester United while Liverpool's shoddy defence was once again exposed, this time by Tottenham Hotspur. The Serie A season continues to look as though it'll be it's most competitive in years. And Cristiano Ronaldo was awarded his second consecutive FIFA Best Men's Player of the Year award.
Here are all the stories that mattered from the week that was in football. (In 140 characters or less)
It all began on Friday night when West Ham were obliterated at home by Brighton and Hove Albion, and let's just say Hammers fans were not impressed…
Brighton haven't won Away this season...
West Ham pic.twitter.com/msCXr2zLqk
— Stevie Sizzle (@TheSullis) October 20, 2017
West Ham usually have the decency to wait until 5pm Saturday to ruin my weekend. They've outdone themselves this week though.
— Scott Haime (@scotthaime) October 20, 2017
I've seen West Ham lose 5-0 to Notts Forest & 6-0 to Man City in the space of 3 days. Seen us play 352 times. That is the most embarrassing.
— Jack Lebeau (@JackLebeau66) October 20, 2017
Huddersfield fans had a message for the visiting Manchester United team on Saturday.
— FurnyFootball (@FurnyFootball) October 21, 2017
Ironically, this happened…
FT: Huddersfield 2 #MUFC 1. #HUDMUNpic.twitter.com/EtiFXrp1C3
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 21, 2017
Sir Alex teaching Jose Mourinho how to do the hairdryer treatment after Man Utd's loss against Huddersfield today. pic.twitter.com/1az2zJjB2f
— Al Foran (@ImpressionistAL) October 21, 2017
Drawing at Anfield and Winning in Benfica doesn't suggest the team is in a frame of mind to lose at Huddersfield ! https://t.co/5e9zx9fiBd
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) October 23, 2017
A new trend emerged after Liverpool were destroyed by Tottenham on Sunday…
Klopp is NOT good enough, realise the truth. I do not care how good we *can* be going forward, no defence = no title challenge #kloppout
— Graham Cross (@GrahamCross19) October 22, 2017
Just left Wembley. My son is in tears. He won't stop crying, saying he wants to support Man City instead. Absolutely fuming. #KloppOut
— #KloppOut (@KloppOutASAP) October 22, 2017
Others were asking questions legitimate questions…
Since Mignolet's debut for Liverpool in August 2013, he has made more errors leading to a goal than any other player in the Premier League.
— Oliver Bond (@Oliver__Bond) October 22, 2017
Problem under Rodgers was conceding goals. 4 out of the back 5 still Rodgers signings two years on that can't be right.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) October 22, 2017
It's as hard to defend Liverpool as it is for Liverpool to defend.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 22, 2017
Do Liverpool actually work on defending in training?! #TOTLIV
— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) October 22, 2017
Liverpool fans pic.twitter.com/l9c8HtZzZd
— FurnyFootball (@FurnyFootball) October 22, 2017
Arsenal fans finally got too see what their stars can do when they're all on the pitch at the same time.
Ozil, Lacazette and Sanchez all start
Ozil, Lacazette and Sanchez all score
Job done for Arsenalpic.twitter.com/UCck5TPyOW
— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) October 22, 2017
And it wasn't the only good news Gooners fans have heard in recent days.
Congratulations to Olivier Giroud who has won The #PuskasAward at #TheBest Awards... pic.twitter.com/ZxR4VgcmUc
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) October 23, 2017
Meanwhile in Italy, things are remaining tight at the top of the Serie A table.
Al San Paolo, pareggio a reti inviolate #NapoliInter 0-0 #SerieATIM#ForzaNapoliSempre
Sponsored by #EuronicsGruppoTufanopic.twitter.com/OAzE3Nxej2
— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) October 21, 2017
What a day for Sami Khedira! The German international hits his first ever hat-trick as ten-man Juventus win 6-2 at Udinese. #UCLpic.twitter.com/fgZJhFJVWU
— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) October 22, 2017
Ciro Immobile can't stop scoring ... adding a double against Cagliari to move on to 14 goals in his last ten games for Lazio. #UELpic.twitter.com/dqArXVbcoM
— UEFA Europa League (@EuropaLeague) October 22, 2017
Spanish football once again dominated a FIFA award ceremony, this time at the FIFA Best awards in London.
The Best FIFA Men's Player 2017
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) October 23, 2017
Last year's winner Claudio Ranieri presents Zinedine Zidane with The Best FIFA Men's Coach award. pic.twitter.com/yMnR4MI2Vv
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) October 23, 2017
Real Madrid and Barcelona players dominate the 2016/17 FIFA FIFPro World XI, with no Premier League representation. https://t.co/zPIDMxFOFlpic.twitter.com/YgwmMXqgTG
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) October 23, 2017
And that was your last 7 days of football! (In 140 characters or less)