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Blog - The Match

Corrigan: Real romp without Ronaldo

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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Mourinho's silence speaks volumes as Chelsea, Man City fail to entertain

Under-siege Chelsea retained a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League after repelling Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.
Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Chelsea's 1-1 draw with reigning title holders Manchester City.

LONDON -- Jose Mourinho had a result he probably accepted, but the world beyond the Special One definitely didn't receive the match it desired. Nor did it get to hear his views on a 1-1 draw in which his Chelsea team held Manchester City at arm's length.

Saturday's game was billed as the "biggest" game of the season so far and could have had a major impact on the title race; sadly, the latest of his self-imposed media blackouts meant that neither he nor any of his coaching staff gave their opinions...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea, Man City play for a draw that keeps both teams happy in title race

Saturday's draw wasn't fun for the fans but does help both teams stay in lockstep atop the Prem.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Manchester City in the Premier League.

1. Title rivals share points

There were a reported 650 million people looking on from across the globe but planet Earth may not have been too impressed by an often-turgid encounter between English football's two best teams. Five points remains the gap between leaders Chelsea and Manchester City.

As expected, neither team was ready to bet the farm on the whole affair. Given that their need for victory...

Real Madrid rout Real Sociedad without Cristiano Ronaldo

Carlo Ancelotti wants Real Madrid to cut out early errors after watching his side come from behind to beat Real Sociedad 4-1.

MADRID -- Three quick thoughts from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu as La Liga leaders Real Madrid got an early scare but ran out easy 4-1 winners against David Moyes' Real Sociedad.

1. Madrid get it done without Ronaldo

When Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off last weekend for kicking an opponent at Cordoba, a three-game ban was immediately feared. Controversially, the verdict was just a two-game suspension, which was greeted with relief as it meant he would be back for next weekend's "derbi" at Atletico...

United are a work in progress, and Wayne Rooney in midfield is wrong

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Manchester United's comfortable win over Leicester City.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 3-1 win over Leicester to move up to third in the Premier League.

1. Odd and unconventional, but United winning again

They rarely look comfortable, they are certainly not orthodox, but Manchester United have a habit of winning games regardless. With a formation that defied numerical description and with several players out of position, Louis van Gaal's team comfortably defeated Leicester City at Old Trafford.

Demons were exorcised here....

Atletico Madrid lose control going toe-to-toe with Barcelona in Copa del Rey

Two goals from Neymar proved decisive as Barcelona knocked Atletico Madrid out of the Copa del Rey.

BARCELONA, Spain -- Three quick thoughts from the Vicente Calderon as Barcelona's 3-2 win over Atletico Madrid (4-2 on aggregate) puts the Catalans into the Copa del Rey semifinals.

1. Barcelona's great chance to win the Copa

When the madness ended in this fantastic cup tie, around the 50th minute or so, one thing was crystal clear: Barcelona have a great chance now to win this season's Copa del Rey.

Before the game, Luis Enrique had played down the idea that his team already had one hand on...

Walcott, Ozil and Rosicky stand out in Arsenal win over Brighton in FA Cup

West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal walk away with fourth-round FA Cup wins a day after three top sides were defeated by lower-league opposition.

BRIGHTON, England -- Three quick thoughts on Arsenal's 3-2 win at Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday afternoon.

1. Arsenal on a mission

It didn't fit with the shock patterns of this FA Cup weekend, but Arsenal's 3-2 win over Brighton and Hove Albion does suggest something might be building for their season. Arsene Wenger's side seemed so assured from the outset after last week's mood-changing 2-0 win over Manchester City and had what must be one of its smoothest attacking performances...