- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 3, 2015

LONDON (AP) - Quotes from voters in this week’s Associated Press Global Football 10

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Aurelio Capadli, RAI Sport, Italy

“Impressive performance by Philippe Coutinho at Stamford Bridge, he scored a remarkable double and helped Juergen Klopp to get his first win in a Premier League game. I guess some people at Inter Milan are regretting the choice to sell the Brazilian to the Reds.”

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Mike McGrath, The Sun, England

“Philippe Coutinho showed his class at Stamford Bridge and his goals were ultimately the difference between Liverpool and Chelsea.”

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Manos Staramopoulos, Democratia, Greece

“The class of Paul Pogba was reflected once again in his wonderful goals scored against Torino for Juventus.”

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Umaid Wasin, Dawn Newspaper, Pakistan

“Ten goals in two matches are reflective of a team high on confidence and playing high-octane attacking football. Seven of those goals might have come against second-division Paderborn in the German Cup but Borussia Dortmund’s exploits this week took their tally to 64 goals from 20 matches this season.”

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Tito Puccetti, ESPN, Argentina

“Luis Suarez scored his 300th goal as a professional. Despite injuries to Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta, Real Madrid have failed to take advantage of Barcelona.”

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Ubiratan Leal, trivela.com, Brazil

“I still don’t understand why (Brazil manager) Dunga cannot make Coutinho play in Brazil as good as he plays for his club. In a Brazilian team that desperately needs more talent and creativity in midfield, Liverpool’s version of Coutinho would be precious for the World Cup qualifying.”

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Jonathan Johnson, beIN Sports USA, France

“Riyad Mahrez continues to enhance his growing reputation after his double helped Leicester City to a 3-2 win away at West Bromwich Albion last Saturday. Now up to seven goals for the season so far, it is unsurprising to see the Algeria international’s name linked with the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.”

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