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8 hours ago

Three points: Marco Pappa delivers Supporters' Shield to Seattle Sounders

A late brace from Marco Pappa ensured that Seattle would take home the Supporters' Shield.

SEATTLE - The Seattle Sounders' quest for the treble remains on course.

Seattle earned a 2-0 victory over the L.A. Galaxy, a result that allowed it to win the Supporters' Shield, emblematic of the best regular-season record in MLS, for the first time in its history.

The Sounders and the Galaxy entered the match level on points, and a draw would have still been enough to give Seattle the shield based on the total wins tiebreaker, but two late goals from substitute Marco Pappa allowed the home side...

9 hours ago

Real Madrid trample over Barcelona as Clasico lives up to all the hype

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop analyse the latest edition of El Clasico, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid overpowered Barcelona on their way to a 3-1 triumph.

MADRID -- We love football, we are addicted to it for life, partly because it produces the most unbelievable scripts.

We love matches where a team is on the ropes, battered like a 99-pound weakling by a vicious middleweight champion, but somehow produces resilience, luck or an unpredictable knockout blow. You know the matches, you could name them. The Champions League finals of 1999 and 2005 spring to mind as iconic examples.

Then there are games like this, where the sport needs the team trailing...

12 hours ago

Three Points: Real Madrid vs. Barcelona

ESPN FC's Martin Ainstein reports from Madrid on Real's 3-1 victory over Barcelona in this season's first El Clasico.

Three quick thoughts after Real Madrid shrugged off an early goal from Neymar to defeat Barcelona 3-1 and move within one point of the La Liga leaders.

El Clasico: Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona

- Clasico: How the world reacted
- Three Points: Unlikely heroes
- Player Ratings: Barcelona
- Player Ratings: Real Madrid
- Ancelotti: We wanted it more
- Enrique: I don't regret starting Luis

1. Pepe and Benzema the heroes

The Clasico kicked off with about 1.3 billion euros of talent on show and both teams chock-full of global superstars. But it was two less sung -- and much criticised -- figures who proved most pivotal in Madrid's come-from-behind victory.

Karim Benzema's goal, his side's third, really killed the game. The Frenchman...

12 hours ago

Man City suffer attitude problem as West Ham show them the way

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down West Ham's 2-1 victory over Manchester City, the Hammers' first win against City since 2009.

After what is a big 2-1 defeat for Manchester City against West Ham, Manuel Pellegrini pointed to the "little things" -- the fine margins, the individual moments. That may have been right, but it would only reveal yet another City problem for the manager to try to downplay that it was one of those little things summed up the Hammers' supreme win.

It probably had more of an effect than so many desperate last-second James Collins tackles or divine David Silva touches, and revealed attitudes that led...

16 hours ago

Three Points: West Ham vs. Manchester City

LONDON -- Three thoughts on West Ham United's impressive 2-1 win over Premier League champions Manchester City at Upton Park.

1. Hammers impress again, as City stutter

Whit it was one of those days for Manchester City, it was another hugely impressive and imposing performance from West Ham. Sam Allardyce's side may have been somewhat lucky that City hit the frame of the goal twice, but there is nothing fortunate about their position of fourth in the table after this 2-1 win.

After goals from Morgan...

3 days ago

Outclassed Liverpool no longer on same level as Real Madrid

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol calls out his club for playing with a lack of heart and determination against Real Madrid.

LIVERPOOL -- The pre-match entertainment was seductively good. They were playing the tape of one of Anfield's greatest European nights as an appetiser. Liverpool's television channel broadcast a favourite programme, replaying the 2009 night they beat the mighty Real Madrid 4-0.

And that, frankly, represented the highlight of Liverpool's evening. After the nostalgia, the here and now. After one historic humiliation, a record-breaking reverse. Only Alvaro Arbeloa, a winner on both occasions, could...