European Football: Juve Beats Milan, Barca’s Teen Sensation Shines

Serie A: Juventus wins 1-0 at Milan thanks to Manuel Locatelli’s goal

Juventus defeated AC Milan 1-0 on Sunday afternoon in an exciting Serie A match. Just before halftime, Milan’s Malick Thiaw was sent off for a last-man foul on Moise Kean by goalkeeper Antonio Mirante.

Manuel Locatelli deflected a long-range shot to score! Milan remains in second place with 21 points, one point behind Internazionale after nine rounds of fixtures!

Serie A: Late goal and Mourinho red card help Roma beat Monza

Roma defeated Monza 1-0 at Stadio Olimpico thanks to Stephan El Shaarawy’s 90th-minute goal and Danilo D’Ambrosio’s two bookings and red card.

Roma moved up to sixth in Serie A while Monza dropped to 11th with 12 points. Jose Mourinho was sent off for making gestures at opposition staff, preventing him from leading his team against Internazionale on December 11.

La Liga: Barcelona’s teenage sensation, Marc Guiu, shines in debut

Marc Guiu made headlines this weekend when he scored late goal in his La Liga debut to secure Barcelona a 1-0 home win against Athletic Bilbao.

A product of Barcelona’s youth academy, Guiu became history when scoring on only his second touch – making history and becoming the youngest player ever to score his debut goal for Barcelona since 2000!

Under coach Xavi Hernandez’s guidance, this stunning win saw Barcelona move up one place into third position behind Real Madrid just one point before their epic Clasico on Saturday.

Ligue 1: Aleksandr Golovin’s brace propels Monaco to the top

Monaco won their come-from-behind victory against Metz 2-1 thanks to two goals scored by Aleksandr Golovin to return to first place in Ligue 1.

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Their comeback victory propelled them one point ahead of Nice with 20 points after nine matches; two ahead of Paris Saint-Germain and three ahead of third-place PSG respectively.

Monaco are making waves across French football thanks to this successful revival; and look set to continue dominating matches going forward.

European football’s thrilling matches and impressive performances have left fans hungry for more exciting action as the season progresses. Checkout our article on Manchester City Condemns Offensive Chants.

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