Manchester City finally got their first win in this season's Champions League as they defeated Bundesliga outfit, Hoffenheim 2-1, while both Real Madrid along with Manchester United couldn't get all three points.
Manchester City started their Champions League campaign this season in the worse possible fashion as Pep Guardiola's men suffered a shocking home defeat over French outfit Lyon.
Playing in front of their home crowd, City started off with their usual possession based attacking football as they tried to dominate proceedings and search for goals from early minutes.
Following their exit from Champions League, Barcelona's title challenge suddenly gets tougher, especially since they picked up another defeat this weekend, this time from Valencia.
That 2-1 loss was Barca's third straight in La Liga, an alarming situation indeed, but still doesn't bring panic towards the Catalan's head coach, Luis Enrique.
Less than four months into the job, Gary Neville's coaching experience with Valencia came to an end on March 30 as the Spanish side confirmed on their official twitter.
That news was not much of a surprise for many football enthusiasts considering the results that El Che have been having under Neville's tenure.
Struggling to pick up a win since his appointment as new Valencia boss, Gary Neville remain optimistic that things will eventually go well for his team.
Speaking ahead of their midweek Copa Del Rey second leg clash against Barcelona, Neville stated that he won't give up as just yet, believing that his team will finally got through their current bad spell.
Following a 2-2 draw against Valencia, Real Madrid made another intriguing decision as they sacked Rafael Benitez and replaced him with former super star, Zinedine Zidane.
Although Benitez's departure might not sound as a surprise considering the pressure his been having, but Los Blancos decision is still considered harsh, especially since it's Zidane who has been set as the new head coach.
New Valencia boss, Gary Neville received his official presentation to public where he share some of his views about the surprising appointment.
Speaking to the media, Neville stated that although his current contract only runs for six months, he never had any doubt in accepting it.
A surprising news arrived on Wednesday, December 2 as former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville has been officially appointed as new head coach of La Liga outfit, Valencia.
Following the resignation of previous manager, Nuno, who struggle to improve El Che's results both in La Liga and Champions League, Neville eventually got the prestigious job.
Valencia's inconsistent European form continue as they suffered a shock defeat against Belgium new comer, Gent this midweek.
Both teams were determined in grabbing all three points on that tie as they put on an attacking display since kick off.
Russian side, Zenit Saint Petersburg grabbed an important result on their Champions League opening fixture as they defeated home side, Valencia on Wednesday.
Zenit made a bright start on that game as Hulk puts them in front after just nine minutes of play.
The future of Argentinian international defender, Nicolas Otamendi has finally been cleared out as Manchester City officially announced him as their new defender for five years.
Otamendi's signing is warmly welcomed by City's boss, Manuel Pellegrini as the tactician believes that his new player will surely bolster his team's defense for this upcoming season.