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Arsenal leave Liverpools title hopes in tatters, Dortmund keep theirs alive: Weekend Review

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Steve Nicol criticises Liverpools defence after their 3-2 defeat against Arsenal. (1:02)

Another weekend of headlines, golazos and unpredictable finishes across Europes biggest leagues. FromBorussia Dortmunds dramatic2-2draw withBayern Munich, toLiverpooldropping even further back in thePremier Leaguetitle race, there was no shortage of drama.

ESPN correspondents Rob Dawson, Julien Laurens, Sam Marsden, James Tyler and James Olley break down the big stuff you need to know about the weekend.

- Stream on ESPN+:LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, more (U.S.)

Cristiano Ronaldocame on forAnthony MartialagainstEvertonto scorethe 700th goal of his club career. but the substitution could have even greater implications. Ronaldo is finding it hard to get opportunities in theManchester Unitedteam, but another injury to Martial makes it even less likely he will be allowed to leave Old Trafford in January.

Erik ten Hag is wary of leaving himself short of options during the most hectic season he has ever had to navigate, and he cant rely on Martial to be available regularly. The Frenchman has already missed games this season because of hamstring and Achilles injuries, and Ten Hag cant leave himself in a situation whereMarcus Rashfordis the only fit striker in his squad.

If Martial cant stay injury-free, Ronaldos move away will have to wait until at least the end of the season-- Dawson

Rob Dawson talks about Cristiano Ronaldo after the Manchester United striker scores his 700th career club goal.

Are Liverpool out of the title race already?

The Premier League season is not even 25% played, but Liverpools hopes of a second title under Jurgen Klopp already look remote. Sundays3-2defeat atArsenalleft them 14 points adrift of the Gunners with the fact they have a game in hand offering only a glimmer of hope a desperate situation can be rescued. They are 13 points behind favouritesManchester Cityand even 10 behindTottenham Hotspur, who have largely failed to convince this season but still occupy third place.

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There is still time for Liverpool to rescue their league campaign, and few would doubt this group of players was capable of putting together a winning run to put them back in the picture, butKlopp admitted the gravity of their plightwhen speaking on Sunday night: Were not in the race ... were in a tough moment and we want to get through this together and thats what we are working on.

It already feels as though time is against them.-- Olley

Sampaolis Sevilla sequel starts with draw

The Jorge Sampaoli sequel atSevillakicked off with a1-1draw against high-flyingAthletic Clubon Saturday at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

It was not the win the home crowd would have wanted but it did end a run of four straight home defeats for Sevilla, their worst run in their own stadium since 2002. That streak broughtthe end for Julen Lopetegui, who departed the club after three years in charge, andthe return of Sampaoli, who previously managed Sevilla in the 2016-17 season.

The Argentine has quite the task on his hands this time. Sevilla were in a title race last season and always finished in the top four under Lopetegui, but this weekends draw saw them slip into the bottom three. OnlyCadizand winlessElcheare propping them up.

However, Sampaoli will take the positives from an improved performance against Ernesto Valverdes Athletic, who remain third inLaLiga, although they are now five points behind leadersBarcelonaandReal Madrid.-- Marsden

Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Sevillas appointment of Jorge Sampaoli as manager.

Finally, on Sunday,Lyondecided to sack their manager after 18 far-too-average months. Lets not name him (he was that bad) and letsfocus instead on his successor, Laurent Blanc.

After years of waiting for the right job -- and a 14-month spell in Qatar withAl-Rayyan-- the formerParis Saint-Germainmanager (2013-2016) is finally back in French football and we will see now if he will be able to save Lyons season. The club is ninth in theLigue 1table, 12 points behind PSG, they have lost four and drawn one in their last five games and are not in Europe either. It has been a miserable season for them despite the quality of the squad.

Blanc, 56, has a big task ahead of him. His first game next weekend, away at sixth placeRennes, will be tough. Finishing in the top three, which is where Lyon should be and aim to be, will be even harder.-- Laurens

Modeste makes the most of it for Dortmund

While well give an honorable mention to the brilliantin Xabi Alonsos coaching debut forBayer Leverkusen, theBundesligas real star this weekend in front of net was journeyman strikerAnthony Modeste. Why? Because he brought Borussia Dortmund back from the brink of yet anotherDer Klassikerdefeat at home to Bayern Munich, scoring in the 95th minute to earn BVB a precious point that ensures the title race will remain interesting for a while longer.

The goal itself wasnt particularly aesthetic, but it was a just reward for a player who has struggled to know how to help this Dortmund side in transition and is still reeling fromSebastien Hallers cancer diagnosis. Yet on Saturday, with the fabled Yellow Wall cheering him (and his teammates on), he twice found a way to make an impact.

- Watch again:Dortmund 2-2 Bayern Munich (ESPN+, U.S. only)

With Bayern cruising at 2-0 up following aLeon Goretzkarocket andLeroy Sanefinish either side of half-time, Modestes movement and intelligence helped set upYoussoufa Moukokofor a thundering strike 16 minutes from full-time. After Bayern subKingsley Comanwas dismissed for a second yellow card in the final minute of regular time, Modeste outmuscledNoussair Mazraouiat the back post to nod homeNico Schlotterbecks lofted cross with virtually the last action of the game.

Not only did the result frustrate the heck outof Bayern legend Oliver Kahn in the stands, but it kept the Bavarians reined in as the pack of teams at the top continue to jostle for position. Sometimes, a draw can feel like a win and Saturday surely felt that way at Signal Iduna Park.-- Tyler

DORTMUND EQUALIZE AT THE DEATH /nXPMdUxBAR

Of course, we could questionJuventusdefending, and especiallyLeonardo Bonuccis (who was not on a yellow by the way) for allowingBrahim Diazto run the whole half of the pitch before scoring. However, it was an exceptional goal from the Spaniard inAC Milans exceptional2-0win over Juve on Saturday at a packed San Siro.

The pace, the balance, the acceleration and then the finish from the former Malaga prodigy was breathtaking. You wont see a better goal this weekend and not many this season either. To score it straight after half-time to give his team a two-goal lead was huge as well.

We tend to forget that the formerManchester Cityattacking midfielder is only 23, and even if he needs to be more consistently decisive, goals like this will surely help.-- Laurens

BRAHIM DIAZ NEEDED NO HELP IN DOUBLING MILANS LEAD! m/N4qOvikYAQ

Graham Potters decision to rotate hisChelseateam heavily in between Champions League matches against AC Milan gave several players an unexpected opportunity againstWolveson Saturday.

Christian Pulisiccapped a promising display with an expertly taken goal, exchanging passes withMason Mount, whose return ball was exquisite, before clipping a delicate finish over Wolves goalkeeperJose Sa.-- Olley

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