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 By Ben Gladwell
11 hours ago

Three Points: AC Milan vs. Inter

The Milan derby ended in a draw as neither side could rise above at the San Siro.

MILAN -- Sunday's Derby della Madonnina ended in a 1-1 draw at the San Siro as Joel Obi's second-half goal for Inter canceled out Jeremy Menez's earlier strike for AC Milan. Here are three quick points from their Serie A clash:

Maybe it wasn't all hot air (and rain)

Former Inter coach Walter Mazzarri ultimately lost his job after running out of excuses for his side's defeats and poor form. He was arguably also one of the first victims of social media's ever-increasing influence on football with...

11 hours ago

Three Points: Jermaine Jones pushes New England Revs over N.Y. Red Bulls

A late goal from New England's Jermaine Jones gives the Revolution a crucial 2-1 lead over the New York Red Bulls after the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals.

HARRISON, N.J. -- Here are three quick thoughts after Jermaine Jones' 86th-minute goal gave the New England Revolution a 2-1 win over New York at a raucous Red Bull Arena in the first leg of the MLS Eastern Conference finals.

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1. What a game

The atmosphere was electric inside a sold-out, 25,000-seat venue a full hour before kickoff. Twenty buses filled with almost 1,200 Revs fans made the three-hour drive down Interstate 95, and long-suffering Red Bulls supporters were out in force on a glorious...

15 hours ago

Three Points: Christian Eriksen's winner helps Tottenham edge Hull

Christian Eriksen struck late to steal all three points from Hull City.

KINGSTON UPON HULL, England -- Three observations from Tottenham's 2-1 win over Hull City at the KC Stadium.

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1. Win may hide Spurs' struggles

If nothing else, Tottenham are quite good at playing against 10 men. It is only when they face 11 that they struggle. Had opponents kept a full complement of players on the pitch, Spurs would probably have lost their last five league games.

Instead, Mauricio Pochettino's side beat Aston Villa after Christian Benteke was dismissed and defeated Hull, scoring...

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17 hours ago

Three Points: Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson weighs in on Liverpool's latest defeat and the real problem they're facing.

LONDON -- Three quick points from a rainy Selhurst Park as late goals from Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak gave Crystal Palace a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday:

Liverpool crash again

Perhaps the driving rain could hide the tears this time, but it was another disheartening day for Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool. It is becoming a familiar feeling, so maybe there is now no need for emotional outbursts of disbelief. Instead, there is a growing swell of acknowledgement that the club's chance was missed...

19 hours ago

David Moyes looks happy to be back after debut draw with Real Sociedad

David Moyes says he believes he can improve Real Sociedad after watching his new side earn a goalless draw at Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga.

A CORUNA, Spain -- Many fans, pundits and neutrals have wondered how new Real Sociedad coach David Moyes' "British-style" tactics and old-school managerial approach would work on the apparently more technical La Liga stage. But his debut game in charge turned out to be more about whether Moyes could survive a rainy Saturday in Galicia.

Moyes' game-day preparations took their first hit when the team's early-morning plane was unable to land in A Coruna due to a storm. Speaking to in the...

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1 day ago

Three Points -- Arsenal vs. Man United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley wasn't impressed by either Arsenal or Manchester United in Saturday's feature match.

LONDON -- A trio of observations from Manchester United's 2-1 win vs. Arsenal in the Premier League.

1. Old-school United sink Arsenal

Dominance, calamity and then agony. Even when Arsenal and Manchester United are in the reduced circumstances of beginning their day in sixth and seventh, the game plan is the same. Wayne Rooney's 80th minute strike, United's second goal, was a repeat of a formula that Sir Alex Ferguson revealed in his autobiography: Let Arsenal play, intercept and then counterattack.