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Where to now for Sevilla?

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High expectations for Paris Saint-Germain following flat performance

Paris Saint-Germain are in Brussels to take on Anderlecht in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, and after an unflattering 2-1 win away at Dijon last Saturday, much better is expected at Constant Vanden Stock Stadium.

Despite Anderlecht's disappointing start domestically and in Europe this campaign, PSG coach Unai Emery is wary of the 34-time Belgian champions' continental pedigree.

"We have a lot of respect for every opponent, both in France and in Europe," the Spaniard told journalists at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ballon d'Or's missing men: Lukaku, Firmino, Sanchez, Pulisic miss cut

Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes react to Jeremy Mathieu's comments regarding Neymar leaving Barcelona to win the Ballon d'Or.
Mark Ogden reports from Lisbon as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi face a defining night in their international careers.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar will once again be the main contenders for the Ballon d'Or after the trio were named among the 30-player shortlist for the 2017 award on Monday.

But while the star-quality of the nominees is undeniable, there were many notable omissions from the list of contenders.

ESPN FC's correspondents give their views on who missed out on some deserved recognition:

ARSENAL: One doesn't have to wear Arsenal-tinted glasses to find it mind-boggling that Alexis Sanchez...

Five ways Sevilla can stun Liverpool in Champions League matchday one

With Champions League matchday 1 looming, the FC crew delve into the marquee fixtures.

Liverpool begin their Champions League campaign at home to Sevilla on Wednesday in a match between the two sides who will expect to compete for the top spot in Group E. Jurgen Klopp's side have made a solid start to the season, but there are still reasons to believe that Sevilla will be capable of causing them problems at Anfield.

1. Sevilla were victorious last time they met

The last time Liverpool and Sevilla met was in the final of the 2015-16 Europa League in Basel. Liverpool took a one-goal...

Real Madrid look to confirm dynasty status with Juve standing in their way

CARDIFF, Wales -- Dynasties are cyclical. Right up until the 1990s, Real Madrid prided themselves on having won more European Cups (six) than any other club. While it is true, their rivals could always snort and cruelly point out that all of that happened "in black and white" -- meaning it was a long time ago, belonging to the age of sepia-tone newsreels. Indeed, 32 years passed between 1966 and 1998 when the club appeared in just one final (1981), which they lost.

But Real Madrid won it three times...

 By Mark Lovell

Arturo Vidal's inevitable red card ends Bayern's Champions League hopes

Bayern Munich won the battle 2-1 in 90 minutes at the Santiago Bernabeu, but lost the war 4-2 after extra time, suffering a bitter 6-3 aggregate defeat to a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired Real Madrid side.

After a goalless but highly entertaining first half, Carlo Ancelotti's side valiantly secured an extra half-hour with a 2-1 win in normal time to level the tie at 3-3 overall, courtesy of a penalty from Robert Lewandowski on 53 minutes and a slapstick Sergio Ramos own goal -- 102 seconds after Ronaldo...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' mental strength to face the ultimate test at the Camp Nou

When it comes to the Champions League, every pundit, critic and fan is often asked which team would win the tie overall. When it came to Juventus vs. Barcelona, many opined the Italians would win the home leg but could lose the overall tie -- such is the power of the Camp Nou.

Those who watch Juventus on a day to day basis were quick to point out the beauty of Massimiliano Allegri's side. Talented, balanced and defensively capable, the team is presided over by a coach renowned for his tactical...