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Liverpool fans aren't very happy with UEFA, who have declined not to sanction Manchester United or their player Marouane Fellaini for incidents at their Europa League game last Thursday.
Though it was not a huge section of United fans, some were audibly heard singing "the Sun was right" -- a reference to the Hillsbrough tragedy -- on multiple occasions during the game. At the end of the match, Fellaini made some contact with Emre Can, with many believing it was a deliberate elbow from the United player. Neither incident will result in any punishment.
Goal of the day
There was a lot of competition this weekend, but Quincy Amerikwa's strike for the San Jose Earthquakes wins.
In the news
A Borussia Dortmund match got eerie after two medical emergencies. One fan died, while another went to the hospital.
PSG won the Ligue 1 title this weekend. Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he'd stay there if the Eiffel Tower was replaced with a statue of him. (@LaurensJulien)
Borussia Mönchengladbach has announced that Havard Nordtveit will leave in the summer to pursue a Premier League move.
Per Mertesacker, a central defender who got worked on Watford's winner on Sunday, says Arsenal are struggling because they don't take their chances. (Guardian)
Zinedine Zidane admitted he's very concerned after Real Madrid's lackluster performance on Sunday. (AS)
Udinese have fired manager Stefano Colantuono. (Football Italia)
Gareth Barry says that Diego Costa didn't bite him. (Mirror)
You should be reading
Ryan Ferguson on Dutch clubs' struggle to reach their former heights. (These Football Times)
James Yorke asks what's next for Manchester United. (Stats Bomb)
Sid Lowe interviewed Dani Alves, who wonders why no one has stopped to ask if fame stinks. (Guardian)
What happened this weekend
Atlético Madrid beat Deportivo comfortably. (Into The Calderon)
And Real Madrid scraped by Las Palmas. (Managing Madrid)
But it didn't matter, since Barcelona won big too. (Barca Blaugranes)
Juventus kept top spot in Serie A by beating Sassuolo. (Black and White and Read All Over)
And Napoli kept pace with a win of their own. (The Siren's Song)
Bayern Munich still have a five-point gap at the top after crushing Werder Bremen. (Bavarian Football Works)
What to watch on Monday (all times ET, click for listings)
EPL: Leicester City vs. Newcastle (3 p.m.) -- Make up a doctor's appointment and slip out of work for this one.