It was another memorable weekend in the world of sport.
Man City returned to winning ways in the Premier League, while Tyson Fury made a huge move ahead of his fight with Deontay Wilder in February.
Below, talkSPORT.com lists seven of the highlights…
Cristiano Ronaldo’s brace
Ronaldo has some way to go to catch Ciro Immobile in the race for the Serie A Golden Boot.
The Italy striker has netted a remarkable 17 goals in 16 top-flight matches, while Ronaldo took his tally to nine with a brace against Udinese.
The Juventus forward bagged the game’s first two goals, before Leonardo Bonucci added a third in a dominant first-half.
Ignacio Pussetto netted a late consolation goal for Udinese as Juventus moved level on points with leaders Inter Milan, who conceded an injury-time equaliser at Fiorentina on Sunday night.
Tiger Woods’ Presidents Cup win
Woods helped the United States come from behind to win the Presidents Cup in Melbourne.
The International team had held the edge going into the final day at Royal Melbourne with a 10-8 lead, but victory in the singles for Patrick Reed 4&2 over Pan Cheng-tsung put the US in front.
Playing captain Woods was among Sunday’s winners, taking a 3&2 win over Abraham Ancer as the tide turned in favour of his side, while Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele also won.
The US picked up six wins across the singles, with Sungjae Im and Cameron Smith the only winners for the International Team and four matches halved.
Woods finished the weekend with three-from-three and the eighth straight victory for the US was sealed when Matt Kuchar made a five-foot birdie on the 17th to go one-up over Louis Oosthuizen, guaranteeing the side went over the magic 15.5 point threshold.
Kevin De Bruyne played a starring role in Man City’s 3-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday.
The Belgium midfielder opened the scoring with a fine first-time finish, before putting one on a plate for Raheem Sterlnig to tap in.
De Bruyne wasn’t done there as a superb 20-yard strike made it 3-0 inside 40 minutes.
The 28-year-old would have sealed a first-half hat-trick, too, if Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno had not tipped another long-range shot on to the crossbar.
It was a man-of-the-match display from De Bruyne as City put last weekend’s 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United behind them.
Tyson Fury announces new trainer
Fury has teamed up with Javan ‘Sugar’ Hill following his amicable split from trainer Ben Davison.
Davison, who had worked with the 31-year-old boxer since 2017, announced on Twitter that they had parted ways, but insisted they are still friends.
Fury later revealed that he will now work under Hill, the nephew of the late trainer Emmanuel Steward, ahead of what is set to be a huge 2020 for heavyweight boxing.
In an Instagram post, Fury, who used to work with Steward in Kronk gym in Detroit, said: “Getting the old team back up and running. Let the games begin.”
Lee Tomlin’s incredible assist
New Cardiff boss Neil Harris is getting the best out of Tomlin.
The midfielder has scored three goals and registered four assists in six games under Harris.
And Tomlin played a huge role for Cardiff as they came back from 3-0 down to draw at high-flying Leeds on Saturday.
The 30-year-old netted the visitors’ first goal on the hour mark, before Sean Morrison headed home for 3-2 in the 82nd minute.
And the Bluebirds completed their stunning comeback when Robert Glatzel equalised two minutes from time after latching on to an audacious Tomlin flick.
You’d have to watch the clip back over and over again to make sure you’re watching Cardiff’s Tomlin and not Barcelona’s Lionel Messi!
Wayne Rooney’s confidence
Rooney started his role as a player-coach with Derby at the end of last month and has been in the Rams’ dugout for their past four Championship games.
The 33-year-old, who is not eligible to play until January, reckons he could still cut it in the Premier League.
And he wants to do that with Derby after signing an 18-month deal in August.
He said: “Now my ambition is to get Derby back in the Premier League and hopefully play my part there for them.
“Ryan Giggs was able to play into his late thirties in the Premier League and Gareth Barry says he wants to do it at 40.
“It’s important to understand football. It is not all about running round, it is about using your head to play the game.
“Sometimes that gets lost, because you don’t score as many goals or whatever. Given the right team around me, then I could still play in the Premier League.
“The two teams I played for in the Premier League were Manchester United and Everton. I am at Derby now, and hopefully we can get there with them.”
Mohamed Salah’s goals
Salah’s brace helped Liverpool to a 2-0 win over relegation-threatened Watford on Saturday.
The forward has now scored an incredible 84 goals in 126 appearances since signing for £34million from Roma in 2017.
And his two goals against Watford were world-class.
Salah curled in a right-footed beauty to open the scoring, before his second came late on as he reacted first to a scuffed Divock Origi shot to smartly flick the ball, again with his weaker right foot, through Watford defender Christian Kabasele’s legs and past goalkeeper Ben Foster.