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Blog - The Match

Three Points: Ross Barkley guides Everton to victory over QPR

LIVERPOOL, England -- Goals from Ross Barkley, Kevin Mirallas and Steven Naismith helped Everton to a tidy 3-1 win over Queens Park Rangers at Goodison Park. The win pushes the Toffees up to 10th in the Premier League. Here are three points from Monday's game:

1. Toffees slowly climb the table

Everton kicked off in 13th. They ended the day in the upper half of the division and as the top team in Merseyside (on goal difference). Nevertheless, their starting position was a sign that Liverpool aren't...

Three Points: Atletico Madrid vs. Villarreal

Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone remained coy on the possibility of Fernando Torres returning to Spain.

MADRID -- Three quick thoughts from the Estadio Vicente Calderon as Atletico Madrid were surprisingly beaten 1-0 at home by Villarreal.

1. Atletico slip up

Atletico's first home defeat of 2014 came as a surprise, but Diego Simeone's side did not play well here. Villarreal came to sit deep and look to frustrate their opponents -- and managed the job very, very well.

The game's first shot on target came on 37 minutes, with a side-footer from the edge of the box by Tiago well saved by Villarreal's...

Three Points: Man United rout Liverpool at Old Trafford

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley breaks down how Liverpool's formation and Manchester United's clinical finishing and goalkeeping led to a 3-nil win for the Red Devils at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Wayne Rooney opened the scoring and David de Gea turned in a superb performance as Man United routed Liverpool 3-0 on Sunday to make it six wins from their last six league games. Here are three observations from Old Trafford ...

1. Liverpool wilt again during a crucial spell

A defining 12-day spell is going disastrously for Liverpool. They have already exited the Champions League courtesy of Basel. They could depart the Capital One Cup when they face Bournemouth. Their...

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Brendan Rodgers' woe as even a flawed Man United can ease past Liverpool

Brendan Rodgers' week of misery continued after his Liverpool side were thumped 3-0 by Manchester United following their Champions League exit.

MANCHESTER, England -- If playing badly and winning is the mark of a good team, then performing well and losing because of individual mistakes is the practice of a struggler.

Manchester United made it six wins in a row with a 3-0 humiliation of Liverpool, completing a week of abject misery for Brendan Rodgers. Exiting the Champions League after a limp 1-1 draw with Basel was followed by an agonising defeat to their bitter rivals.

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United boss Louis van Gaal currently has something of a Midas touch...

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Three Points: Arsenal cruise past Newcastle to restore winning feeling

Arsenal easily swept aside Newcastle thanks to braces from Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud.

LONDON -- Three observations from Arsenal's 4-1 win vs. Newcastle in the Premier League

1. Arsenal angst eases with victory

This was charity day at the Emirates in support of The Arsenal Foundation, but the hosts were in little mood to donate points to their northern visitors, scoring three superb goals and a penalty to take them far beyond the reach of a Newcastle team incapable of maintaining their decent recent form. Olivier Giroud scored two fine goals, either side of a great finish from fans'...

Three Points: Lampard exudes class for City at Leicester

Frank Lampard scores his sixth of the year as he puts away the lone goal as Man City win their 7th straight.

LEICESTER, England-- Three observations from Manchester City's 1-0 victory at Leicester City.

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1. Frank Lampard stays classy

No wonder Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to keep Frank Lampard for as long as possible. The 36-year-old midfielder remains a class act, and he helped City secure three crucial points in a game they could easily have let slip away. Expect tense negotiations in the upper echelons of the Abu Dhabi United Group over the Christmas period.

Lampard's loan...