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Neymar's New Year's Eve party takes some beating as footballers see in 2019

From a lasting title challenge for Tottenham to N'Golo Kante solving Chelsea's striker crisis, here's football's biggest new year's resolutions.

Just like the rest of us, footballers across the globe celebrated New Year's Eve in their own way.

Whether it be partying until the first sunrise of 2019 or staying at home with family, the stars shared their frolicking on social media.

Here's a look at some of the most notable NYE posts. We think you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone, in football or not, who had a better time than Neymar.

Sorry, Pep: Possession isn't everything. Just ask Atletico and Dortmund, football's 'medieval minimalists'

The final matchday of the UEFA Champions League group stage was a very good one for teams who saw little of the ball, as several sides who had 40 percent or less possession claimed some notable victories. The most striking of those wins came at the Santiago Bernabeu, where CSKA Moscow, who had just 31 percent of the play, defeated titleholders Real Madrid 3-0. In doing so, they not only became the first opposition to beat the stumbling Spanish giants both home and away in the Champions League in...

Man United got PSG in Champions League draw and social media loved it

Gab Marcotti examines how Man United, Man City, Tottenham and Liverpool all fared in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 draw.

UEFA's balls of fate have been plucked from their perspex fishbowls of destiny and the Champions League round of 16 draw has coughed up a bevy of enticing heavyweight encounters.

Three of the four Premier League contenders have been pitted against Bundesliga opponents, while Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid have been handed gruelling ties against Atletico Madrid, Lyon and Ajax, respectively.

Be under no illusion, this is incredibly serious business indeed.

All eyes were on Manchester United,...

Champions League draw a nightmare for Man United, but a dream for Man City

The path to the 2019 Champions League final in Madrid has now become clear following the draw for the round of 16, which has thrown together some of Europe's biggest clubs.

Heavyweight clashes between Liverpool and Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Juventus, and Ajax and Real Madrid ensure that some of the most successful clubs in the game will be facing elimination at the first knockout stage.

The draw has been kinder to leading contenders such as Manchester...

Thomas Muller's flying kick vs. Ajax was eerily accurate recreation of Bundesliga logo

Thomas Muller's flying kick was possibly the most 'on-brand' red card ever seen in football.

They may have salvaged a dramatic 3-3 draw against Ajax in their final Champions League group match, but Bayern Munich had to muddle through the final stages of the game with 10 men after losing Thomas Muller to a straight red card.

The forward was dismissed in fairly uncontroversial circumstances when, in attempting to bring down a high ball, he inadvertently planted his studs into the head of Ajax defender Nicolas Tagliafico.

Muller was dismissed for his clumsy assault and Tagliafico eventually...