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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
3 hours ago

Sergio Aguero proves he is the man who can keep Man City in Europe

Sergio Aguero scored a hat trick to lead Manchester City to victory against 10-man Bayern Munich.

MANCHESTER, England -- Snatching glory from the jaws of farce and with typical poise, Sergio Aguero reversed the recent trend of Manchester City's uneasy relationship with Champions League football.

"If you want to succeed at anything, you need a special player in special form, otherwise you just don't win anything," said the relieved City captain, Vincent Kompany. "When he's in that form, he makes things achievable that otherwise wouldn't be."

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Perhaps Aguero's greatest achievement here...

5 hours ago

Three Points: Roberto Di Matteo's Schalke routed by former club Chelsea

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

GELSENKIRCHEN -- In Match Day 5 of Champions League group G, Roberto Di Matteo's present team faced his former one as FC Schalke 04 hosted Chelsea at Veltins-Arena. The former Chelsea manager's German side suffered an embarrassing 5-0 defeat, which also saw the London club secure its place in the round of 16.

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1. Roberto Di Matteo not out for revenge and does not get it

Two years from his last day as the manager of Chelsea FC, the 44-year-old faced the club he led to their first Champions League...

6 hours ago

Three Points: Man City vs. Bayern Munich

Sergio Aguero finished a hat-trick off in stoppage time to propel Man City past Bayern Munich 3-2 in Champions League to keep their hopes of advancing to the next round alive.

MANCHESTER -- Sergio Aguero's hat trick gave Man City a vital and improbable 3-2 win over Bayern Munich. Here are three points from their dramatic Champions League clash.

Superb Aguero keeps City alive

Where would Manchester City be without Sergio Aguero? In a season when all too many at the Etihad Stadium have underachieved, he has been excellent. And when they needed a hero against Bayern Munich, he was exceptional. He rescued their Champions League dream with magnificent timing and ice-cool...

2 days ago

Three Points: LA Galaxy beat Seattle Sounders in MLS playoff first leg

A first half goal from Marcelo Sarvas would be all the LA Galaxy needed as they sealed a 1-0 win over the Seattle Sounders in the first leg of the Western Conference final.

CARSON, Calif. -- The L.A. Galaxy managed to hold serve in the first leg of the Western Conference finals, prevailing 1-0 over the Seattle Sounders. Marcelo Sarvas scored the game's only goal in the 52nd minute, and given the level of its domination, the Galaxy will be disappointed to carry only a one-goal lead into next weekend's second leg.

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Here are three thoughts on the match.

1. L.A. patience finally rewarded, but chances were missed

The Galaxy tried just about every approach they...

 By Ben Gladwell
2 days 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...

2 days 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...