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Trending: Arsenal top group ahead of PSG, Barcelona match goal record

Alex Iwobi added to a hat trick by Lucas Perez as Arsenal cruised to a 4-1 win against FC Basel.
Arsenal have claimed top spot in their group with a 4-1 win over Basel, after PSG were held to an upset draw by Ludogorets.
The FC crew weigh in on Arsenal's chances of making a deep Champions League run.

Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.

ARSENAL: Arsenal beat Basel 4-1 in Switzerland to secure top spot in their Champions League group for the first time in five years after Paris Saint-Germain slipped up against Ludogorets Razgrad.

- Arsenal Wenger was delighted with his side's performance in a 4-1 Champions League victory over Basel that clinched top spot in Group A, saying the team could feel "less guilty" if they have a bad draw in the knockout stage.

- Wenger says Lucas Perez proved...

Barcelona's Alba picked wrong guy to tell to 'learn to speak Spanish, fool'

Though Real Madrid and Barcelona drew in El Clasico, the play of Barca's stars draws the most criticism from the FC crew.

Barcelona's Jordi Alba chose the wrong Real Madrid player to pick on when he insulted Mateo Kovacic's language skills during the Clasico at the weekend.

In images reproduced on Movistar, the left-back is caught trash-talking the Croatia international. Among other things, he tells him to learn Spanish.

"You're an idiot, learn to speak Spanish, fool," Alba said. "Learn to speak first, you moron. Walk on, shut up, you simpleton."

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool see what they're missing as they watch Barcelona in UCL

Jurgen Klopp took his squad to Barcelona for the week to train and take in the Barcelona-Monchengladbach game on Tuesday.
Luis Enrique suggests Barcelona had 'a lot to lose' in their 4-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night.

With five days off until their next fixture, Jurgen Klopp treated his Liverpool squad to a trip to watch Barcelona play in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

As such, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and the rest of the entourage watched on at the Camp Nou, all suitably mesmerised as Barca systematically dismantled Borussia Monchengladbach in a 4-0 mauling.


Arda Turan upstages Lionel Messi as Barca enjoy comfy win vs. 'Gladbach

Arda Turan set up Messi's goal and had a hat trick as Barcelona demolished Borussia Monchengladbach.
Few expected Arda Turan to be the star of Barca's attack, but he scored three fine goals in an easy win.

Arda Turan unexpectedly stole the show from a record-chasing Lionel Messi as Barcelona produced a professional display and thrashed Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-0 to finish the group stage on a high by taking 15 points from Group C.

Even though the result had no outcome on the standings, Luis Enrique's men played with the hunger and seriousness befitting a semifinal tie, with Arda, Denis Suarez and Aleix Vidal in particular producing excellent displays in what was an extremely one-sided affair.



Five La Liga lessons: Zidane's magic at Real, Iniesta's return perfect for Barca

Though Real Madrid and Barcelona drew in El Clasico, the play of Barca's stars draws the most criticism from the FC crew.

Argue about them, disagree with them, pin them up on your wall, take time to think about them. Treat them as you see fit. But as the halfway point of La Liga approaches, with a Madrid derby and the Clasico already played, it feels like time to pinpoint five important things we've learned about La Liga.

The Zidane effect at Real Madrid

For anyone who has to get up every working day, commute for an hour to get to the office, return home in the rain and worry about bills, it feels anathema to...

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When are 2016 Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards announced?

Real Madrid and Barcelona have always dominated the Ballon D'or, but who has won more in their history?

The Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards are now separate. Find out all the information about them below.

When are the award ceremonies?

- The Ballon d'Or award will be announced on Dec. 12, 2016 (8 p.m CET), with a progressive revelation of the list from 17.30 CET on and L'Equipe.

- The FIFA Best Men's Player award, Best Women's Player and FIFA Puskas award (for the best goal of 2016) will be presented at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Jan. 9, 2017...