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Stay tuned because here's what's coming up.
Never mind Messi, for many, Barcelona legend and World Cup
winner Andres Iniesta is the greatest player on the planet.
We've got an interview with the man himself.
It's Derby day in Manchester as Jose meets Pep and
in Glasgow too with Celtic facing Rangers in the Scottish Premiership
for the first time in years.
Local super fans give us the lowdown on
one of football's fiercest rivalries.
John Farnworth takes an epic skills journey between the two
All that and more coming up but first here's what's
caught our eye in the footballing world this week.
The World Cup qualifiers got off to a great start
for most of the home nations.
Wales carried on the fantastic form that
saw them reach the semis of the Euros with Gareth Bale scoring twice
as they beat Moldova 4-0.
There was a great win for Scotland too, beating Malta 5-1 tand
he hard fought draws
for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
As for England, big Sam's debut as manager ended with a win
but only just.
Adam Lallana's injury time goal against Slovakia put a shine on
another average performance.
Meanwhile, Marcus Rushford just can't stop scoring.
He netted a hat-trick on his debut for
England under 21s.
You don't need international football to see wonder
Check out Tom Tonk's top corner for Stourbridge.
How about this amazing 80-yard free kick from
the Spennymoor Town goalkeeper.
Back of the net!
I know it was only a short break and I love the internationals
but I've got to say I've missed the Premier League.
Thankfully today it's back with a bang.
Later in the programme we'll be looking ahead to
the early kick-off at Old Trafford.
United v City, Mourinho against Guardiola.
It could be epic.
It's Derby Day in Glasgow too.
Rangers against Celtic is one of the most
historic fixtures in football.
We went to a youth club in Glasgow to
find out all you need to know about the game
they call the Old Firm.
Welcome to Glasgow.
The Old Firm derby is back.
It's raucous, it's rumbustious, it's rocking.
It's a game that Scottish football has missed
and it is a game that Scottish football needs.
Celtic against Rangers is one of the biggest
matches in the world.
It's a fierce rivalry.
Both sets of fans are very passionate.
90 minutes of bedlam and tribal rivalry.
These two clubs have played each other
more than 400 times.
Rangers have been away from the top flight
for the past four years.
Celtic have won the Scottish Premiership for the
past four years.
Yes, Rangers have won more league titles than any
other club in the world.
Even more than Barcelona, Man United and Real Madrid.
That's the boys.
Celtic Park can fit more than 60,000 people in.
It sounds like every spectator has got their own
individual microphone right now.
Yeah, the atmosphere is amazing, even Lionel Messi says it is a
special place to play.
Ibrox is official too.
More than 50,000 fans.
Gary Neville said it was the loudest atmosphere he had ever known.
Incredible noise in here.
The current Rangers boss, Mark Warburton used to manage
Brentford in England.
The Celtic boss is Brendan Rodgers, he used to be
the manager of Liverpool.
I think Celtic will win 1-0 and Scott Brown
I think Rangers will draw with Celtic 2-2.
Celtic are going to win 4-0 against Rangers and
Scott Brown is going to score two goals.
I think Celtic will win against Rangers.
3-0 and Leigh Griffiths will get a hat-trick.
I think Rangers will win 4-3 and there will
be lots of good saves.
May the best team win this afternoon.
Don't forget to stay tuned for Farmworth
taking his ball for a spectacular journey across
Glasgow from Ibrox to Celtic Park.
His fancy footwork is a sight to behold
but some of you are hot on
Take a look at some of these skills.
Here is Josh first, looking like he could do this all day.
Oh, and around the world too.
Check that out.
Nice work, buddy.
A lovely flick to get things going from Ellie.
Apparently she is usually a goalkeeper.
A great goal here from Lucas.
A nice celebration to go with that.
How about this from George?
He carefully places the ball, he sees the bin
He can't, surely?
Oh yes, he can, and in his socks as well!
I think that calls for an action replay.
Great stuff and please keep them coming in.
Those weren't the
only skills we found this week.
Check this out from gymnast and double Olympic champion Max
Nice skills there but where would you put that
kind of ability in a dream five-a-side team?
We caught up with the man himself to find out.
Hi, I'm Max Whitlock, double Olympic champion.
This is my dream five-a-side team.
First up in goal would be Gary Lineker.
I know he is a great striker but he's getting a bit old
now so I would stick him in the back of the net.
We need all the experience we can.
He's got a backflip and Lineker is the scorer.
It's his second.
Then it would be me and Sam Oldham in defence.
He had trials for football when he was younger
so he has all the skills so
that would be good.
Midfield, David Beckham.
I know that he still has it.
The legend that is David Beckham.
Oh, and it's in!
Practice makes perfect!
Beckham has scored for England!
44 minutes and he's done it again!
Leading at the front, one of the most exciting
players at the minute, Eden Hazard.
Towards Diego Costa who finds Eden Hazard.
The first early attack from Chelsea!
And an early goal as well!
With less than a minute and 20 seconds on the watch, Eden Hazard.
What a start!
He has scored against Hull on each of the last three times
he has played against them.
That is my dream five-a-side team.
Thanks, Max, and congrats again on a magnificent show in Rio
and good luck to Paralympics GB who are now
flying the flag over in Brazil, aiming to reach their target of an
epic 121 medals.
We know that you lot are pretty nifty with a ball at
your feet but it turns out you are all right
with a pencil in your hands, too.
We've had some great footage sent in and here are
just a few of your badge designs.
How about this for Zac's football club.
I like the ring around the Z and you obviously love your videos
and table tennis, too.
Sam's United has it all going on.
There's all sorts here.
We've got the England flag, the Olympic rings and five stars.
Absolutely brilliant, Sam.
The Match of the Day Kickabout badge.
Oscar has done us a badge just for us and
of course football is centre stage, MOTD at the top for Match of the Day
sitting proudly on top of the shield.
Great work, thanks, Oscar.
Don't forget you can send in your football
art and your badge designs any time you like.
Take a photo of your picture, scan it and send it via the
BBC uploader or send us a hard copy in the post.
We can't wait to see what you come up with.
Now, Andres Iniesta has been the heartbeat of Barcelona and
the Spanish national team for over a decade.
He's won an incredible 32 trophies including four Champions Leagues
and six La Liga titles and oh, there was the small matter of
scoring the winning goal in a World Cup final, too.
As a midfield maestro, he isn't bad but it wasn't
always easy as we found out when he spoke to us.
Iniesta is in the middle.
It has broken.
This is it.
He taps the goal.
Spain have won the World Cup!
TRANSLATION: Like everything in life,
sometimes you find yourself in
But I've always had a lot of confidence in my
own ability and from the first day I arrived here, I was focused on
succeeding here at Barcelona.
That has been my motivation to continue
growing as a player and improving ever since I arrived here as a
Absolutely brilliant goal!
It was difficult, not from a sporting point
of view, and not because I was at Barcelona, but from a personal point
of view, being separated from my family and coming to live here
My characteristics and playing go hand in hand with the
philosophy here at Barca.
I arrived at the perfect place to grow as a
player and a person.
I could watch him all day!
Such a great player and what an inspiration, too.
Don't let anyone tell you you're too small or
If you've got the talent and you work hard, who knows where you
could end up?
Now one of the funny things about football is that even
when you're a superstar like him, and you travel across continents to
play, often the biggest games are against the neighbours next door.
Of all the Premier League fixtures this weekend, it's the Manchester
derby that really catches the eye.
It's always a huge game but this match feels so much bigger.
Both that had a big spend over the summer and
both have had good start to their Premier League campaign.
Both have top managers that have a big rivalry
of their own.
I've picked out what could be a key battle on the pitch.
City's Raheem Sterling and United 's Wayne Rooney have both had
impressive start to the season but how do they stack up head-to-head?
So far, Wayne Rooney has notched up an impressive 88% pass completion.
He comes out slightly better with assists.
Crucially, Raheem Sterling is ahead on goals with two already
but will he find the net today?
That's nearly it from us this week but please keep
on sending in videos of
your skills and of course, your fantastic football artwork.
As we said at the top, Manchester isn't
the only city having a derby today.
Before the big game between Rangers and Celtic in Glasgow, we
leave you with the fantastic John Farnworth freestyling his way
across the city.
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Featuring goals, gossip, stats and skills, and all you need to know about the nation's favourite sport.