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  1. PIQUE: Barcelona miss Messi PIQUE: Barcelona miss Messi

    The defender admitted his team-mate's absence has hurt his side after the Catalans fell to their second defeat in three league games on Saturday

  2. COMMENT: Chelsea are a disaster COMMENT: Chelsea are a disaster

    The Blues were roundly beaten by the Saints at Stamford Bridge and it was a particularly alarming defeat given the horrendous form of the Premier League champions

  3. SMALLING: I'd hate to mark Martial SMALLING: I'd hate to mark Martial

    Anthony Martial has taken the football world by storm, so much so that Manchester United's Chris Smalling would not want to face him.

  4. BACK PAGES: Mou's incredible rant BACK PAGES: Mou's incredible rant

    Check out the best of the back pages from across Europe on Sunday...

  5. STATS: Kun's high five & Chelsea's lows STATS: Kun's high five & Chelsea's lows

    It was a weekend of contrasting emotions for two of the Premier League's biggest sides, with the Argentine hitting the headlines for all the right reasons