Our weekly review is out for you to digest the beautiful game's events in the Premier League and La Liga.
World football is all around moving for everybody's enjoyment and with the addition of the Spanish tournament, new dishes will improve worldfoodball menu reviews and suggestions. Here's the most remarkable thing for you to read and taste.
The Premier League completed just the second round but nobody can wait to see which club can be the new Leicester City. After digesting all foodball action, some new dreamers were left over the table with the impressive Hull City second win and the improvement of Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough, both sides new guests of this Premier League party.
The Tigers 2-0 victory at Swansea is mincing the poor pre-season and Steve Bruce's resignation but the campaign is one of those that you have to simmer in a very low heat and Mike Phelan will need to add some spice to the squad because their dedication to the manager "mise en place" is not enough to fill all the requirements.
On the other hand, a new partnership has appeared on the foodball pitch with Cristian Stuani and Alvaro Negredo dimming Sunderland fans' Light at their Stadium and not precisely for a romantic dinner.
A former Manchester City player, on loan from La Liga side Valencia, Negredo was a profuse feeder for Stuani with the Uruguayan proving he is hungry enough to not leave a bite on the plate.
Yes, we know it is just the second round but someone has already suggested that these two could be the new Vardy - Mahrez pair.
The league will have some more points to discuss tough about the one that could become the new goalscorer king. And the eyes are popping out on Manchester clubs thanks to the voracity showed by Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sergio Agüero.
In Spain La Liga joined the other European Leagues with same starters.
FC Barcelona kicked-off this course with a home 6-2 victory over Real Betis showing that despite Neymar was with his national team fighting for the gold medal, their flavour doesn't lack pepper.
Luis Suárez and Lionel Messi were again the engines of the squad but if both Uruguayans and Argentinians share their love for beef, these two players have added scoring as their favourites activities.
Messi scored twice and assisted Suarez's second of the three that came out of the former Liverpool attacker. The 29-year-old has scored two pokers, two hat-tricks, a double and another goal for a total of 17 goals in his last six La Liga games. Arda Turan scored the first after just six minutes of the game.
Real Madrid also started this tournament with a 3-0 away against Real Sociedad.
After featuring with Wales during the Euros in France, Gareth Bale was the one in charge of Zinedine Zidane's lads attack scoring two with youngster Marco Asencio surprising again with a wonderful goal that left the Merengues fans mouthwatering in expectations of what the club can achieve this year.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who was still on holiday, wasn't in the squad.
Finally, in a ten goal thriller, five time Europa League winners Sevilla overcame their opposition Espanyol to grab all three points after the game in Sanchez Pizjuan stadium ended 6-4. The last three continental title winners came back two times during the game raising not just good comments for their resilience but also doubts around the defensive errors that new coach Jorge Sampaoli will have to correct before crossing with the likes of Real and Atletico de Madrid and Barcelona.
Diego Simeone and his Colchoneros left the Vicente Calderón with a grey 1-all draw against recently promoted Deportivo Alavés.