Juventus showed their quality on Saturday, trashing one of their potential title rival, AS Roma 4-1 in Turin and according to their coaching staff, Claudio Filippi, that result was all down to their hard work.
An interesting clash between Inter Milan against Fiorentina are setting up as the closing tie in round six of Italian Serie A this weekend.
The Nerazzurri are aiming to pick up their first back to back win and also ending their poor home record this season, but things won't be easy as their opponent are looking really strong this time around.
Barcelona head coach, Tito Vilanova is delighted with his team's success in defeating Sevilla on Saturday and maintain the Catalan's perfect 100% record.
It wasn't an easy task though as Barca was chasing the game and it took lot of effort along with 'sacrifices' from Vilanova before they eventually managed to turn the game around.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas was over the moon with his team's surprising 3-2 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Villas-Boas credited his players for the team's success as the manager believed that his men managed to adapt with different situation which occurred during the match, especially in the second half where Man United swing the match in their favor.
Liverpool finally picked up their first league win on Saturday, after trashing Norwich City 5-2 at Carrow Road. This result brings lots of joy for Reds' manager, Brendan Rodgers, who believes that his team's performance were simply outstanding on the day.
Roberto Martinez was left frustrated after seeing his side, Wigan Athletic, endured another defeat in the league as they were beaten 1-0 by Sunderland this Saturday.
The 39-year-old manager believed that his team were actually starting the match in a bright way, playing with patience and created several goal scoring chances.
Hearts manager John McGlynn voiced out his disappointment over his side's 3-1 home defeat over Kilmarnock on Saturday afternoon.
McGlynn revealed his team's inability to convert their chances, pretty much cost the the game especially after Kilmarnock managed to take the lead first.
Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is keen to get another victory this weekend as his side host Deportivo La Coruna at Santiago Bernebau.
Already eight points behind current league leader, Barcelona, Madrid obviously have no other way than to keep on picking up three points if they are still eager to retain their La Liga title.
Next season, the Premier League will see the UEFA Financial Fair Play comes into effect and one club that are looking confident in implementing that regulation fully is Arsenal.
Speaking to the press, the Gunners' chief executive Ivan Gazidiz spoke of how his team if giving full support towards Financial Fair Play as it would bring a much better football environment with clubs being more sustainable financially.
Another busy weekend of football in store for Bundesliga fans as many interesting matches are set to entertain everyone. One of the most interesting tie would be Borussia Dortmund clash against Borussia Monchengladbach this Saturday.