These last few episodes have been pretty solid and this is no exception. Some great action animation here including with some very active direction, much like 689. In addition, the anime added more emotional weight to the unnamed father about to kill his family (the manga just cuts to him being stopped by another native resident). In addition, the town posse looks much more distinct and memorable here while in the manga they had more of a faceless symbolic quality than anything.
Also, this episode has some further inconsistent censorship. 689 heavily reduced the Abdullah and Jeet impaling and slicing of puppet Doflamingo to the point where we don't even get the illusion of his flesh being pierced. Now here in 690, Dellinger's horns are allowed to completely impale Suleiman. Censorship is funny that way.
But we're still dangling at the biggest mystery of 689–how is Bartolomeo going to get his pants up by the time he's near the plateau?
Didn't Oda accidentally draw his leg there too?
Possibly, but it's nowhere near as noticeable. The manga panel is just mostly white space there with some indeterminate bit of texture that could easily be smoke. It could be his regrown leg, but it just makes more sense for it to be part of the smoke trail.
A more definite Toei goof there.
Edit: never mind–there is definitely a manga goof, but it's a later panel viewed from the rear where Kyros clearly has a second foot.