Gallery: Top 10 weekend football action

Cristiano Ronaldo
Staff at Rayo Vallecano have their photo taken with Cristiano Ronaldo. Credit: PA

Real Madrid's game with Rayo Vallecano was postponed after saboteurs cut the wires to the ground's floodlights. At least some camera flashes were seen as Cristiano Ronaldo posed for photos.

Nicola Pozzi
Sampdoria forward Nicola Pozzi celebrates after scoring against Torino. Credit: PA

Nicola Pozzi showed what it means to score, as he netted in Sampdoria's 1-1 draw with Torino in Serie A.

 Laurent Koscielny
Arsenal players celebrate Laurent Koscielny's equaliser against Manchester City. Credit: PA

Laurent Koscielny came into the Arsenal side at late notice, but he repaid Arsene Wenger with a deserved late equaliser against Man City.

Ally McCoist
Rangers manager Ally McCoist tries to catch the ball. Credit: PA

Whatever the division, the ball is still round, but Ally McCoist still had trouble controlling it during his side's 4-1 win over Montrose in the Scottish Third Division.

Bobby Charlton
Bobby Charlton hands Ian Rush a bouquet of flowers ahead of United's clash with Liverpool. Credit: PA

A touching moment as the legendary Bobby Charlton and Ian Rush share pleasantries ahead of the Liverpool v Man United game.

Chris Coleman
Wales boss Chris Coleman gets close to Sky Sports' Charlotte Jackson. Credit: PA

The photo says it all.

Chris Powell
Charlton manager Chris Powell shows his punches thin air. Credit: PA

There's a touch of passion in the Championship as Chris Powell led his Charlton side to victory over Ipswich on Saturday.

David Luiz
David Luiz fouls Jonathan Walters from behind. Credit: PA

David Luiz was lucky to not be sent off against Stoke on Saturday after taking out Jonathan Walters in Chelsea's 1-0 win.

Jakub Blaszczykowski
Dortmund's Jakub Blaszczykowski looks dejected after his side's loss to Hamburg. Credit: PA

It's not all doom and gloom, but Dortmund suffered a surprising 3-2 defeat to lowly Hamburg in the Bundesliga.

Mark Robins
Mark Robins took charge of first Coventry game on Saturday. Credit: PA

New manager, but same old Coventry as Mark Robins watched his new team lose 2-1 at home to Carlisle.