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Blog - The Match

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea pull off typical Jose Mourinho performance in beating Man United 1-0

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea edge closer to the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he's pleased that his side dominated the match despite their loss against Chelsea.
Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Mourinho's content to sit back and let United play while still picking up all three points.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (54') Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Chelsea's 1-0 win over Manchester United, a win that takes Jose Mourinho's side 10 points clear in the Premier League.

1. Hazard hauls Chelsea closer to the finish line

Two more victories and the Premier League title is Chelsea's, though in truth, they have been league champions-in-waiting since August. Saturday's victory over Manchester United, who should be their nearest challengers next season after another summer of spending, was secured in typical Jose...

Suarez nets and Messi reaches milestone as Barca beat Valencia

ESPN FC's Craig Burley compliments Barcelona's three points against an 'excellent' Valencia side.
Luis Enrique praised Barcelona's ability to adapt in their 2-0 victory against Valencia at Camp Nou.
After scoring his 400th career goal for Barcelona, Alexis Nunes takes a look at a few more milestones Lionel Messi has his sights set on for the rest of his career.

BARCELONA, Spain -- Three quick observations from Barcelona's 2-0 win over Valencia in Saturday's La Liga clash at the Camp Nou.

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1. Messi's 400 milestone

Lionel Messi was outstanding, as he reached 400 goals for Barcelona.

His first intervention was not a huge surprise. With less than a minute on the clock, Sergio Busquets' precise ball forward sent Messi running clear between the lines. His pass was perfectly timed for Luis Suarez, who had the simple enough job of poking the ball past Valencia...

PSG too naive in meek defeat to Barcelona

The ESPN FC panel discuss FC Barcelona's dominant victory over Paris Saint-Germain in Paris.

PARIS -- It has been 20 years now. Two decades since PSG have played in a Champions League semifinal. Back in 1995, they beat Barcelona in the quarterfinals to face AC Milan. They were hoping that history would repeat itself this year, call it an anniversary present if you will. Alas, it doesn't look like Barcelona will be gifting PSG to mark the occasion. It is almost mission impossible now to be in the pot for the last four. Paris would have to score at least three goals away at the Camp Nou...

Barcelona enjoy easy win over PSG thanks to Luis Suarez and Neymar

Luis Suarez erupts in the second half with two brilliant solo goals seeing Barcelona defeat PSG in France in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley praises Barcelona's front three after dismantling PSG in Paris.
Barcelona's Luis Suarez gave the Blaugrana a commanding lead with two spectacular goals against PSG.
Barcelona forward Luis Suarez discusses his performance against PSG and looks ahead to the second leg at Camp Nou.

Three things from Barcelona hammering Paris Saint Germain 3-1 in Wednesday's Champions League quarterfinal first leg at the Parc Des Princes.

1. Barca take full control of the tie

It was a very open game through the early stages, and we seemed set for a helter-skelter encounter; even the potential for a tight tie that would take both legs to find a decider. PSG's Javier Pastore had an excellent early chance, miskicking when the ball reached him free just 8 yards from the Barca goal. Lionel...

Real Madrid dominate but Atletico are very much in the Champions League

It was a feisty affair at the Calderon as Atletico and Real Madrid drew 0-0.
It was a feisty affair at the Calderon as Atletico and Real Madrid drew 0-0.
It was a feisty affair at the Calderon as Atletico and Real Madrid drew 0-0.
It was a feisty affair at the Calderon as Atletico and Real Madrid drew 0-0.
It was a feisty affair at the Calderon as Atletico and Real Madrid drew 0-0.

MADRID -- Who knew?

Who knew that if you don't start with a loser's mentality, if you work harder, compete ferociously, commit fewer errors and prevent your opponents reaching for their favoured weaponry, you can not only escape from enemy territory without a good hiding, you can also land a few body blows?

Well, we knew. Neutral observers knew very well.

Yet it has seemed for long enough this season, while the European champions lost anaemically 1-0, 2-0 and 4-0 at the home of Spain's champions...

Juventus rode their luck vs. Monaco in the club's UCL quarterfinal first-leg win

Arturo Vidal converted a second-half penalty kick as Juventus took a first-leg lead over AS Monaco in Turin.
Arturo Vidal converted a second-half penalty kick as Juventus took a first-leg lead over AS Monaco in Turin.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says it's up to Juventus to progress and anything less would be a failure.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth reviews Juventus' 1-0 win over AS Monaco, where Arturo Vidal's second half penalty would prove to be the decisive goal for Juve.
Arturo Vidal made no mistake with this second-half penalty kick in Juventus' 1-0 victory over AS Monaco.

It was far from easy at the Juventus Stadium despite the home side edging AS Monaco in a 1-0 win. Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri expected nothing less.

The Serie A champions vowed not to make the mistake of underestimating their opponents, a trap that Arsenal fell into. "Monaco were a surprise but they aren't anymore," Allegri explained on the eve of the game. Saturday's defeat to Parma served as a timely warning of what can happen if you take even a team 57 points worse off than you too lightly,...