Gerardo Martino's men have played four times in their controversial away kit, registering three draws and a defeat in those games and scoring only two goals in the process
Monday 2 December 2013
A first half strike by Ogba Kalu Nnanna separated the two Goan sides as Salgaocar FC succumbed to their third defeat of this campaign...
The Dutchman keeps his place in Goal's weekly XI, which also features Sokratis, Jefferson Farfan and Heung Son-Min
The Welshman shone with a 'perfect' hat-trick for Real Madrid, the Brazilian hit three for Valencia against Osasuna and Spain's latest recruit was on target again for Atletico
The Mariners failed to make their home advantage count as they played into the plans of the Shillong side, who recorded their first win of the campaign...
A changed approach in the second half along with Juan Mata's impressive show helps Chelsea get the better of Southampton...
The Partenopei have had a dreadful time of it since the international break, damaging their hopes both at home and abroad, but they are well set up for future campaigns
Silvio Berlusconi rejected Adriano Galliani’s resignation, instead making him joint CEO along with daughter Barbara, but it was in the summer that the plot was lost.
It used to be the Stade Gerland side who goaded the Parisian side, yet there is now a world of difference between the two sides
Gerardo Martino's men lost for the second time in a week and, although they remain top of La Liga, the Argentine coach now needs to strengthen his squad in the transfer window
Goal rates the players on show as a Edinson Cavani and Thiago Silva add to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic double to extend the Parisiens' unbeaten run in Ligue 1 to 26 games
Goal took in the action in the Basque Country, where the home side's unbeaten start in their new stadium endured after a famous scalp against Barca
A goal in the dying stages from Fernando Llorente was enough to propel the Bianconeri back to the top of Serie A after they had struggled to break down their disciplined opponents
Sunday 1 December 2013
The Blues record back-to-back Premier League wins to avoid losing ground on leaders Arsenal courtesy of goals from Gary Cahill, John Terry and Demba Ba at the death
Samir Nasri's double and a sumptious free kick from Alvaro Negredo helped maintain Manuel Pellegrini's side's 100 per cent league record at the Etihad Stadium this season
A drab performance from the visitors and a vitally inspired one from the determined hosts saw the Tigers overwhelm the Merseyside gaints and take all the spoils
Wayne Rooney twice pegged back Spurs, taking advantage of sloppy errors in the north Londoners' defence, with Kyle Walker and Sandro netting for the hosts at White Hart Lane
Goals from Riccardo Montolivo, Mario Balotelli and Kaka give Massimiliano Allegri's side their first league win in six matches
The Argentine coach got tough with his players for the first time following their defeat in Amsterdam - here's how he hopes they will improve from their Dutch debacle...