Seventh round of the Barclays premier league saw a plethora of goals and the usual dose of controversy. Chelsea continued their fine form, whereas Man United and Man City continued with their winning ways. Liverpool defeated Everton in the Merseyside derby admist controversy, while Spurs continue their recent dominance over their North London rivals Arsenal.

It has been a goal feast this weekend at the Barclays Premier League, with the ball hitting the back of the net 38 times in 10 matches. THT takes a look back at what has been one of the craziest weekend ever.

The continental tournament commenced on a highly promising note in Europe as the Champions League kicked off in a thrilling fashion. The not-so-fancied counterpart of Europea��s second-level intra-continental tournament, the Europa League, too unfolds in its 2011-12 edition during the midweek, as the teams falling in the second bracket from all around Europe set to begin their European campaign. Teams in the more famous leagues do not exactly treat the Europa League in the best regards and rather reckon it an unnecessary burden potential to jeopardise their general fitness of the squad. However, UEFA doesna��t discriminate between the two continental competitions of different proportions to determine a leaguea��s co-efficient and hence ita��s important for teams to deal with the tournament in a much more serious way. Greek outfit PAOK FC welcome Harry Redknappa��s Tottenham Hotspur in the opening day Group A clash, where the visitors are reckoned outright favourites to take three points from Greece but considering they play a […]

[From the Archives] In the absence of the injured Cesc Fabregas, the Frenchman has taken up the ‘playmaker’ mantle and has delivered the goods whenever it was necessary. With a total of 12 goals in all competitions, Nasri is Arsenal’s leading goal-scorer, and the tally beats his combined goals return for Arsenal in his previous two seasons for the Gunners.