Ajax Amsterdam loses their table topping spot in Dutch Eredivisie standings this weekend following a disappointing draw against Roda JC.
Keen on regaining their top seat which was leapfrogged by PSV, Ajax put on an aggressive display since kick off.
Ajax Amsterdam failed to maintain their three points gap at the top of Dutch Eredivisie standings after only picking up a point on their midweek tie against Heracles.
Acting as host, Frank de Boer's men tried to take control of proceedings since kick off as they were hunting for early goals.
PSV Eindhoven continue to close their with rival, Ajax Amsterdam at the top of Dutch Eredivise table as Philipp Cocu's men grabbed an important win over Excelsior this midweek.
Playing away from home didn't stop PSV from taking an attacking initiative as they went one goal up after just eight minutes of play through Luuk de Jong's effort.
PSV continue their charge for Eredivisie league title as they grabbed an important home win over Twente Enschede this past weekend.
The home side didn't have a bright start as they found themselves going one goal behind on eight minutes through Jari Oosterwijck's goal.
Feyenoord Rotterdam's Eredivisie title challenge took a heavy blow this past weekend as they were beaten by AZ Alkmaar.
Keen on keeping up pace with Ajax Amsterdam at the top of standings, Feyenoord actually made a bright start on that game as they went one up after just 12 minutes through Michiel Kramer.
Ajax Amsterdam still stay top of Dutch Eredivisie standings as this weekend they grabbed a slender victory over Vitesse Arnhem.
The home team made a bright start into that match as they went one goal up after just 25 seconds through Riechedly Bazoer's effort.
Brisbane Roar continue to challenge for top seat place in Australia A-League after grabbing an important home win over Melbourne City this past weekend.
The host put on an aggressive effort since kick off and they finally got their reward on 31 minutes from an own goal by Patrick Kisnorbo.
Borussia Moenchengladbach still keeping their fourth place seat in current Bundesliga standings after grabbing a thrilling home win against Darmstadt 98.
Keen on redeeming themselves following a heavy defeat from Bayer Leverkusen in previous week, Gladbach immediately put on an attacking display.
Ajax Amsterdam still keeping their lead at the top of current Dutch Eredivisie table following their slender home victory over De Graafschap.
Ajax started off that weekend tie in a convincing manner as they went one goal up on 26 minutes from Arkadiusz Milik's effort.
Barcelona grabbed another FIFA Club World Cup title this past weekend after comfortably dismantling River Plate in Japan.
The Catalan side dominated that tie since kick off as they eventually got things going on 36 minutes through Lionel Messi's effort.
River Plate advanced into the final stage of FIFA Club World Cup after grabbing a hard fought win over Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
The Japanese side were eager to entertain their local crowd by putting on an aggressive approach early on.
Spanish giant Barcelona made their way into the final of FIFA Club World Cup in a comfortable fashion after dismantling Guangzhou Evergrande on Thursday.
Just as it was widely predicted, Barcelona advanced into the final of FIFA Club World Cup without much difficulty despite having to start without Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Borussia Dortmung continuing their journey in DFB Pokal after grabbing an away victory over Augsburg this midweek.
Playing away from home, Dortmund were struggling to break down their opponent's defense especially during the first 45 minutes which ended goalless.