It was all about the Oscars this weekend when it comes to the world of cinema, but there was still plenty of football on to keep you entertained if that's not your cup of tea.
As is our wont here on the Man Cave, we keep an eye out for the bits and pieces that you might have missed if you didn't happen to catch as much as you would have liked over the weekend, so we'll start in Portugal, where Nani (formerly of Manchester United) showed exactly what he can do.
— Julien Laurens (@LaurensJulien) February 23, 2015
He broke into tears after the goal as, in his own words, he "thought about myself and everything that I have gone through", and what it meant to score a goal like that.
Meanwhile, in Mexico, Queretaro took on Monterrey, and with the game tied at 1-1, Monterrey's manager decided to sub in Edwin Cardona in the 89th minute. Not much time for him to make an impact really, but it turns out that he only needed five seconds before doing this.
In Germany, Borussia Dortmund got a badly-needed win to try and get them out of trouble after a disastrous start to the season, but Stuttgart aren't in a great way themselves, and when their young defender, 18-year-old Timo Baumgartl, made a critical mistake that cost them the victory, their fans were more than happy to give him the support that he needed. A pretty nice moment given that he would be feeling terrible about having cost his team the game.
After a difficult first season at Real Madrid, where Isco found it tough to settle in amongst the Galácticos like Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, he seems to be finding some great form int he last few months, and is once again showing just what a quality player he is. Last night, he demonstrated that he's got skillz for dayyzzzz. Try this at your next five-a-side and see how far you get.
Here's a closer look.
Isco is too good. pic.twitter.com/SqgwlHsSen
— The Madridistas (@RMadridNation) February 23, 2015
Finally, from Argentina we bring you an example of how not to play the offside trap, which will surely have Temperley manager Ricardo Rezza pulling his hair out. However, Boca's Jonathan Calleri produced one of our favourite style of finishes, the incredibly nonchalant chip/dink that is worthy of a watch.