BIGGEST, BADDEST, BEST: Barca commit more crimes against fashionAnd to make matters worse, they've picked up two awards from ShareTheMatch for their terrible dress sense and a bad case of roll-around-a-lot-itis. Let's hope this pick up next week at the Camp Nou...
Baddest kit: Barcelona
I am certainly not a fashion icon but the designer of this kit at Nike is obviously a Real Madrid fan otherwise he would never have chosen to inflict this monstrosity on some of the world's finest talents.
Widely regarded as the best footballing team in the globe, they certainly come out on top in the worst dressed category.
Biggest diver: Jordi Alba (Barcelona)
A Real Madrid vs. Barcelona match is often described as the biggest club football match in the world, but alongside the mouth-watering talent, eccentric egos and stylish haircuts there is also the odd dive.
The Spanish international Jordi Alba attempted to deceive everyone around him with this Oscar winning performance but unfortunately for him everyone else seemed to be pre-occupied by actually playing football.
Best Goal: Pappiss Cisse (Newcastle)
The Newcastle striker is well known for scoring the odd peach of a goal, such as the strike against Chelsea that defied the laws of physics and you add this beauty to that category.
The Senegal striker's volley was certainly the best of the week and possibly a contender for the best of the season.
Best Tantrum: Nathan Dyer (Swansea)
The English striker was left fuming when a chance to score a hat trick in a cup final was dangled in front of his face and then snatched away by his teammate Jonathan De Guzman.
Like a playground squabble they both tried to snatch the ball away from each other before teammates got involved, poor old Nathan.
By Daniel Gardiner
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