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 By Andy Mitten

Wayne Rooney hits hat trick, Man United into Champions League groups

Wayne Rooney bagged a hat-trick in his side's convincing 4-0 victory over Club Brugge which sees them qualify for the Champions League.
Wayne Rooney ended his goal-scoring drought in style by netting a hat-trick in his side's 4-0 victory over Club Brugge.

BRUGES, Belgium -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 4-0 win vs. Club Brugge on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League playoff second leg. United advance to the group stage 7-1 on aggregate.

1. Rooney finds his scoring touch

Wayne Rooney scored in a Manchester United shirt for the first time since April and went on to complete a 37-minute hat trick -- his first treble in European competition since his Untied debut against Fenerbahce in 2004.

Rooney was 19 goals off Sir Bobby Charlton's club...

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Despite multiple chances, Arsenal vs. Liverpool ends goalless at the Emirates

The ESPN FC panel take a look at Arsenal's current squad and discuss whether Olivier Giroud is a strong enough starting striker to take them to a title.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League.

1. A most unlikely result

Given the unconvincing defences, dangerous attackers, two attack-minded managers and a slippery pitch after hours of heavy rain, the one result you didn't expect was 0-0.

It wasn't one of those goalless draws in which nothing happened, when 0-0 seemed inevitable from an early stage; rather, it was one of those 0-0s when everything happened except a goal. In a sport that thrives on tension...

LA Galaxy stars -- and supporting cast -- pummel New York City FC 5-1

A quickly worked free-kick in the first half converted by an onrushing Gyasi Zardes and second half goals Robbie Keane, Sebastian Lletget and Giovani dos Santos propelled the LA Galaxy 5-1 over New York City FC at the StubHub Center.

CARSON, Calif. -- The stars were out on Sunday as New York City FC traveled to StubHub Center to take on the LA Galaxy. But it takes more to win a game than just some high-profile players, as the Galaxy proved in emphatic style, hammering NYCFC 5-1.

Here are three thoughts on what was a one-sided contest.

1. Galaxy's stars -- and supporting cast -- pummel New York

The pre-kickoff news that Frank Lampard wasn't fit enough to even make New York's game-day roster took a sliver of shine off the...

Manchester City beat Everton to stay perfect in the Premier League so far

Aleksandar Kolarov and Samir Nasri struck in the second half as Manchester City maintained their perfect start to the season with a 2-0 victory at Everton.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley outlines Manchester City's victory over a resilient Everton side, and asserts that City are now the team to beat in the Premier League.
Aleksandar Kolarov (Manchester City) Goal at 60'
English Premier League: David Silva tries to convert a pass from Raheem Sterling into a goal but to no avail (47'). Manchester City 0-0 Everton.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester City's 2-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park:

1. Man City pass their toughest test

Manchester City have maintained their 100 percent record. They have still triumphed in each of their league games and have yet to concede. Everton presented the stiffest test of both City's winning habit and their defence, but Manuel Pellegrini recorded his second significant victory at Goodison Park. The first, 15 months earlier, came in the final week of a title-winning...

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Pedro inspires Chelsea but more woe for John Terry after sending off

Pedro inspired Chelsea to their first win of the season at West Brom as John Terry's difficult start to the campaign continued.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley analyses Pedro's debut performance in Chelsea's 3-2 victory over West Brom.
Goal! West Bromwich Albion 0, Chelsea 1. Pedro (Chelsea) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Eden Hazard.
Penalty saved! James Morrison (West Bromwich Albion) fails to capitalise on this great opportunity, right footed shot saved in the centre of the goal.

WEST BROMWICH, England -- Three thoughts on Chelsea's 3-2 win over West Brom in the Premier League, as Pedro shined in his debut while John Terry was sent off.

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1. Chelsea survive Terry dismissal

Chelsea survived a late scare against West Brom to finally claim their first win of the season. They were indebted to Thibaut Courtois' penalty save from James Morrison with the score 0-0 and had to hold on at 3-2 after John Terry was sent off.

The Chelsea captain's dismissal has come at a difficult time...

Louis van Gaal and Manchester United are lacking goals and inspiration

Manchester United failed to hit their stride as they were held 0-0 by Newcastle.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop spoke following the match between Manchester United and Newcastle United, and noted both sides deserved a point.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop outlines another disappointing performance from Manchester United's Wayne Rooney, this time against Newcastle United.
After Manchester United's goalless draw with Newcastle, Louis van Gaal says he was satisfied with the performance of his team but not the result.
Newcastle boss Steve McClaren praises his resolute defence after they held out for a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- It was a response with which Louis van Gaal raised more than a few eyebrows among the media present after Manchester United dropped points for the first time this season.

The Dutch coach had been asked whether his side needed another striker, given that they had just failed to break through Newcastle in a frustrating 0-0 draw and appear to have a general lack of backup behind the misfiring Wayne Rooney.

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"No," said Van Gaal, who then took moved the debate down another side...