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Will Tidey, Bleacher Report, United States
''Neymar's hat trick at Cruzeiro oozed class, especially his second which was rolled through the legs of a defender and into the bottom corner. Diego Milito scored twice for Inter as they ended Juve's long unbeaten run in Serie. Brendan Rodgers hailed Suarez as Liverpool's answer to Lionel Messi on Sunday. Right now, Suarez is carrying his team like a man possessed. A typically dominant victory for Barca against Celta Vigo maintained their unbeaten start to the La Liga season. Inter made it seven Serie A wins in a row with their impressive victory at Juventus. Last week's blip for Bayern Munich was forgotten with a 3-0 win at Hamburg, which followed a 4-0 battering of Kaiserslautern in midweek.''
Mike McGrath, Wardles news agency/The Sun, England.
''Inter Milan's result stood out for me not only for ending Juventus' 49-match unbeaten run but also because they came from a goal behind after a...
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