So after another exciting Italian derby, it was Inter Milan which came out on top. By doing so, they may or may not have reignited a title bid that had looked a joke at the beginning of the season.
The four key battles that I have highlighted were the ones that influenced the game in the majority, and my man-of-the-match performance would have to go to Javier Zanetti.
It amazes me that a player cans still perform to such a high level at 38 years of age, but it seems a growing trend as Paul Scholes, 37, and Thierry Henry, 34, ran out for their respective Premier League clubs this weekend.
It could be that modern medicine and improved understanding of the human body has increased footballers playing time to a point that the average 34-year-old isn't ready to hang up his boots anymore.
It also begs the question,: Where are the hotshot youngsters pushing these aging players onto the bench?
I'd welcome your thoughts on who were the best players, so feel free to leave some comments below.
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