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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football


10. Fifa approves head scarves and turbans

"The world governing body for football has announced that female and male players will be allowed to wear head coverings in line with their religious beliefs."
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9. Asean Super League key to filling new National Stadium

"FAS president Zainudin Nordin is banking on Singapore's ASL entrant to bring in the crowds to fill up the 55,000-seater Sports Hub venue on a consistent basis. He also confirmed Malaysia as the first opponents to play there, affirmed a gold medal target in the 2015 SEA Games, stated the importance of defending the AFF crown and revealed plans to bring in top-class opposition for friendlies."
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8. Rampant Bayern thump Schalke

"Arjen Robben fired in a hat-trick as Pep Guardiola's German machine cruised to a 5-1 victory and made it 48 unbeaten Bundesliga games in a row. Bayern are now a staggering 20 points ahead of second-placed Borussia Dortmund with 23 games played."
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7. Suarez returns to scoring ways

"After nearly seven hours without finding the back of the net as strike partner Daniel Sturridge took most of the plaudits recently with his goals, the Uruguayan striker returned to the limelight with the opener and two assists as the Reds ran out 3-0 victors over Southampton to move to second in the table."
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6. Ronaldo salvages point for Real in Madrid derby

"The Ballon d'Or winner struck a well-taken volley eight minutes from time to rescue a draw for his side, after Koke and Gabi had overturned Karim Benzema's opener on two minutes. The result means Real maintain their three-point lead over Atletico at the top of the La Liga table."
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5. Arsenal pay penalty at Stoke

"The Gunners' title ambitions as their Potters hoodoo continued. A handball from Laurent Koscielny was perhaps harshly adjudged to be a foul, as Jonathan Walters stepped up to score and Arsenal joined Chelsea and Manchester United on the list of big teams to fall at the Brittania this season."
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4. DPMM go top of S.League table

"A goal each from Brazilian star Rodrigo Tosi and captain Rosmin Kamis saw Steve Kean's Wasps beat Warriors FC 2-0 to make it two wins from two games, as first-round leaders Balestier Khalsa were held 1-1 by Woodlands Wellington."
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3. Chelsea move four points clear

"The Blues finally cracked a stubborn Fulham side in the second half as Andre Schurrle struck a hat-trick inside 17 minutes to lead them to a 3-1 away win, with Eden Hazard inspirational.
They now lead Liverpool by four points at the Premier League summit."
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2. Man City overpower Sunderland to lift Capital One Cup

"Manuel Pellegrini won the first trophy of his reign at Etihad Stadium at Wembley, although his side had to dig deep against the Black Cats. Fabio Borini gave Gustavo Poyet's men an early lead with a fine finish, but City were rejuvenated after the break. Two stunning goals within 60 seconds from Yaya Toure and Samir Nasri turned things around before Jesus Navas wrapped things up on the break late on. "
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1. Alan Pardew headbutts David Meyler

"In a shocking moment of madness, the Newcastle United manager leaned in with his head after the Hull City midfielder had shoved him while retrieving the ball for a throw-in. Pardew has since been fined £100,000 by the club after stating he was prepared to be punished. The FA will investigate as well."
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