The week in tweets

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring the opening goal against Napoli in the Champions League at the Emirates on October 1, 2013
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Sports Mole looks back over the last seven days in the world of sport on Twitter.

"We'll keep working hard and stick together to get a win for the next game."
Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard vows that Chelsea will improve after their defeat to Newcastle United.

"Thanks for all the nice messages from both sets of fans. I'm very lucky to escape without a serious injury."
Hull City midfielder David Meyler thanks fans following the foul that was committed on him by Sunderland's Andrea Dossena.

"7-3! Would love to see a triple hattrick... has that ever happened before in a recognised league?!"
Andy Murray obviously enjoyed the Real Madrid versus Sevilla match during the week.

"That moment when you wake up and realize that today is the first day of training for the new season #foreverfaster #dominate #newgoals."
The world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, returns to the track.

"Big win for Chelsea! City played well but away form a concern for them!"
Gary Neville gives his opinion on the Chelsea versus Manchester City clash.

"A great win for both Rugby codes... Are Australia any good at any sports these days?!!!"
Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan enjoys Australia's struggles.

"Great to see Darren fletcher back playing tonight-great example of determination well done fletch!"
Manchester United coach Phil Neville welcomes Darren Fletcher back into the fold.

"That was Football in formula 1 speed. It's wonderful to be a gunner. Thanks all."
Mesut Ozil enjoying life at Arsenal following their 2-0 win over Liverpool.

"Dear @Cristiano. I apologise if you were upset by my light-hearted answer at private event on Friday. I never meant to offend you. I am an honorary 'socio' at Real Madrid @cristiano & explained we've many talented players in world game, including you. Best wishes."
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says sorry to Cristiano Ronaldo for "light-hearted" comments that he made about the Real Madrid attacker.

"I wish Mr.Blatter health and a long life, with the certainty that he'll continue to witness the successes of his favourite teams and players."
And Ronaldo's response.

"Good day for English rugby!"
England rugby league player Sam Tomkins is happy with the results for both codes yesterday.

"Memo to Aussies on twitter.. Raise your games!"
England cricketer Kevin Pietersen throws down the gauntlet to Australian supporters ahead of The Ashes.

Fulham's Pajtim Kasami is congratulated by team mates after scoring the equaliser against Crystal Palace on October 21, 2013
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