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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Red Faced

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Embarrassed, a nightmare and the impossible dream: Front page reactions from Barcelona and beyond
The Catalunyan and Madrid press found some rare common ground while the Liverpool Echo held the front page, back page and presumably everything in between.
Disastrous own goal by Trippier sees Tottenham's title hopes unravel against Chelsea
Chelsea offered the ideal response to their Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
Klopp hails Bournemouth's 'deserved' win but admits Liverpool 'gave the game away'
The Liverpool manager accused his side of gifting Bournemouth their victory today at the Vitality Stadium.
'The humiliated one': Monday's back pages make for pretty grim reading for Jose
Yesterday’s defeat at Chelsea was Mourinho’s heaviest Premier League loss.
'If one game should change my mind then I would be a real idiot' -- Klopp resisting temptation to panic buy
The German has said that his side’s problems at the weekend were offensive and has rubbished claims he needs to purchase a holding midfielder.
Video shows Chinese bank staff being spanked for poor performance
The video of four men and four women being spanked at a training session has triggered outrage.
An emoji could have damaged relations between two major nations
Apparently Vladimir Putin would have loved it though.
Will there be a better own goal scored this season?
We doubt it.
Ex-Cork hurler Sweetnam makes magnificent try-saving tackle for Munster
Fijian sevens player Simeli Taqeya may have regretted his decision to slow up.
VIDEO: Samoan rugby player sparks roars of laughter after his dive is exposed
Let us hope the reaction of the crowd prevents any copycat attempts in the future.
"I don't want to embarrass you" - Taoiseach's excuse for not doing TV debate with Martin
Enda Kenny clashed with Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin at the first Leaders’ Questions of the new Dáil term today.
Player scores goal, puts shorts on head, gets sent off
Totally worth it though.