Manchester United show tackling isn't dead, the tables turn on Cristiano Ronaldo and extraordinary Ligue 1 goals - it's all in the Video Wrap.
Welcome to the latest installment of the Video Wrap - our blog rounding up must-see moments from the weekend that you might have missed. Last week's clips included Lionel Messi and Xavi's set-piece skills, Papiss Cisse's superb header for Senegal and five quality strikes from the Football League.
Throughout the week you can access interviews, reports and other video packages in our dedicated TEAMtalk Video section. Most of our competition and club pages also have their own video sections too.
Let us know the best football video clips you've seen in the Comments section below, or hit me up on Twitter at @jonboy79, and I'll endeavour to feature them for you here too.
Oof! Old Trafford not for the faint-hearted
There can be little doubt Manchester United's players received a half-time rocket from Sir Alex Ferguson on Saturday. They came back out onto the pitch a few minutes before Wigan (usually a sign of renewed vigour) and 10 minutes after the restart, the Old Trafford faithful witnessed this stirring sequence of challenges - five in quick succession from United players, followed by a token response fom the visitors. (Thanks to @BeardEric for drawing attention to this on Twitter)
Cristiano tastes his own medicine
Watching Cristiano Ronaldo in full flight with the ball at his feet is among the most exciting experiences you can get in the modern game. However, when one of those jinking runs comes to an end, the reverse often applies. The boot was on the other foot for the Portuguese at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday night as Sevilla's Emir Spahic royally stitched up the Real Madrid hero. Seeing Ronaldo make that hand gesture to the referee must surely be a collector's item. (Spahic was at it all game - see here for more).
Are Ajax a work of art?
A couple of weeks ago, I highlighted a fantastic team goal scored by Thulani Serero for Ajax against NAC Breda in the Eredivisie. At the weekend, the Amsterdammers were at it again, creating another glorious move finished off by Lasse Schone. Frank de Boer's men are 5/1 to qualify from the Champions League's 'group of death' but if they're allowed to play football like this, they may yet surprise City, Real and Dortmund.
Three And In - Football League
You can watch all the Football League goals over at SkySports.com, with the clips live on the website from Sunday night. Here's my three best strikes - one in each division - from the weekend's action (plus a few extras):
Championship - Simon Cox's Bergkamp-esque touch and finish, NOTTINGHAM FOREST 2 Birmingham 2 (53s)
League One - Luke Freeman's swinger, STEVENAGE 2 Crewe 2 (38s)
(See the Loftus Road handshake rumpus? The one at Deepdale on Saturday was much better. Preston boss Graham Westley and Crawley counterpart Richie Barker do not get on...)
League Two - Calvin Zola's long-range volley (1st goal), BURTON ALBION 4 Oxford Utd 0 (28s)
(In fact, just watch all the goals from that clash at the Pirelli - the Brewers were brilliant).
Goals, goals, goals - Thierry Henry, Alain Traore, Luca Cigarini and more
A quickfire selection of net-bulgers to finish off this week's Wrap. We begin in New Jersey, where the New York Red Bulls are unbeaten at home in the MLS this season and won 3-1 against Columbus Crew on Saturday. Thierry Henry scored twice, but it's the corner-kick goal that everyone was talking about...
Having already lost 1-0 at home to Sampdoria this season, AC Milan suffered a similar San Siro reverse against Atalanta - Luca Cigarini scoring the only goal of the game...
However, France's Ligue 1 was the place to be for goal gourmets this weekend. For your delectation, we give you Thierry Doubai's overhead kick for Sochaux at Saint-Etienne on Saturday night...
... and Alain Traore's mouth-watering brace of goals in Lorient's victory at Rennes on Sunday. Ooh la la.
Rowan Vine's winner for St Johnstone v Celtic, and Jim Goodwin scoring from long range for St Mirren against Hearts are among the highlights from the Scottish Premier League weekend.
Kyles all smiles for Spurs
After a long wait, you've finally made your full Premier League debut and come out on the winning side. It's post-match interview time. You're trying to look cool and professional. All applies to Tottenham's Kyle Naughton on Sunday, until his mate came along...
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