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Chelsea's home humiliation at the hands of Sunderland is a good place to start this week's blooper round-up.

With the Pensioners rarely having played so badly in recent years it is relatively easy for any Chelsea hater to tear Carlo Ancelotti's men apart today. That said, one moment of the match stood out as the biggest screw-up of the day, and happily that fate befell the much-despised Ashley Cole.

Ignoring the tried-and-trusted mantra of "when in doubt, put it out" in the final moments of the match, Cole played a horrendous right-footed pass across the face of his own goal which never came close to his intended target Petr Cech. Instead, showing that mega-wealthy footballers can get so far regardless of having only one good playing foot, Cole's awful pass was intercepted by Danny Welbeck, who gobbled up the chance for the killer third.

Rather than an own goal, Cole contributed an own assist.

The England left-back wasn't the only defender to make such a mistake at the weekend. In Holland reigning champs FC Twente suffered their first defeat of the season losing 2-1 at NAC, but the defeat was entirely of their own making as full-back Thilo Leugers contributed another own assist.

With less than a minute left of regulation time to play in the match, there was no danger of defeat whatsoever as the ball fell to Leugers in the left-back position. The defender had a ridiculous amount of options as he controlled the ball, but he decided the best course of action would be to roll a square pass to his keeper Nikolay Mihaylov to eat up some more time.

Whether keeper Mihaylov could be faulted for being slow to respond though, Leugers's plan instantly turned pear-shaped. Rather than finding his goalie the pass was cut out by an alert Matthew Amoah, and the NAC striker tucked in a winner leaving the Twente players to end the match with their heads in their hands.

From those who set up other teams goals to those unable to score when presented with golden opportunities.

In an incident we expect many of you saw live, Marouane Chamakh was let off the hook at Goodison Park on Sunday when the Moroccan managed to miss the target from point-blank range.

Perhaps less familiar however was the terrible Saturday night experienced by PSV forward Marcus Berg who did little to help his teammates beat Excelsior 4-2. The Swede had a nightmare time of things as he missed two unbelievably easy chances in the match. Berg's explanation was equally sad as he said in his post match interview: "Of course this eats away at me. I had a couple of really good opportunities. If I get hundred opportunities I usually score 99 times."

Hmm. We think he should revise that statement to read "98 times out of 100".

But the worst offender of the weekend has to be Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Alan Gatagov in the match against Sibir Novosibirsk. Missing an open net is embarrassing at the worst of times. But doing so while wearing white butler gloves is simply unforgivable.

Alan Gatagov's incredible moment of shame can be seen below.