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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 14:48 UK time, Saturday, 10 November 2012

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image description   1.An Argentine tango

Juan Martin Del Potro’s pre-match motions were interrupted last night when he beckoned fellow countryman, Sergio Aguero, to join him on the court at the ATP World Tour Finals in London

but he didn’t expect to be beaten by a header.
image description   Oxlade overcomes the obstacles

After yesterday’s mishap, Arsenal have today redeemed themselves with this bizarre video promoting their new Christmas stock. It’s Frimpong against Oxlade-Chamberlain,

but who has the best ‘Christmas Tactics?’
image description   Referee runs for his life

In this match between Istaravshan FK and Energetik Dushanbe in the Tajik Premier League, it seems that goal-line technology is a necessity. After the referee gave a goal which the Energetick goalkeeper thought should have been disallowed

the players and fans took matters into their own hands.
image description   Warning: more wacky violence.

These Icelandic players have created a game which combines football, fighting and a bit of Greco-Roman wrestling. Even the referee gets involved

sanctioning the players with a slap across the face.
image description   Muamba returns

Fabrice Muamba returned to White Hart Lane last night for the first time since he collapsed. Tottenham fans welcomed him back with a standing ovation,

and he expressed his gratitude on twitter.
image description   ‘We sing what we want’

Not everyone has been so appreciative of the Tottenham supporters this week though. After The Society of Black Lawyers labelled their chants as ‘anti-semitic’, the home supporters continued their singing in full voice last night against NK Maribor. What are your thoughts on their songs?

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