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FC Talking Points: Caballero a hero, FIFA pres, Barca unbeaten, MLS

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions -- have your say!

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Manchester City needed penalties to beat Liverpool in the Capital One Cup final. Goalkeeper Willy Caballero saved three attempts from Jurgen Klopp's men and vindicated manager Manuel Pellegrini's faith in choosing him over Joe Hart for the match. Despite the trophy win and a chance at both Champions League and Premier League glory, the Chilean will leave the Etihad at the end of the season to make way for Pep Guardiola.

Leicester City left it late, but the Premier League's Cinderella story found their winner in the 89th minute at the back post courtesy of substitute Leonardo Ulloa. The win keeps the Foxes in first place, two points ahead of Tottenham and five clear of Arsenal in third.

FIFA elected a new president on Friday, with UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino winning the vote in Zurich and finishing ahead of Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa. ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti wrote about what football fans can expect from the new president.

Major League Soccer kicks off the 2016 season on Sunday, March 6, with all 20 teams in action, including a rematch of the 2015 MLS Cup final when the defending champion Portland Timbers host Columbus Crew SC. (Live on ESPN at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT).

Barcelona beat Sevilla to tie the Spanish record held by Real Madrid for most consecutive matches without a loss. The 2-1 win vs. Unai Emery's team keeps them eight points clear of Atletico Madrid and 12 points ahead of Los Blancos.

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