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Blog - The Match

Cristiano Ronaldo keeps Real Madrid's title hopes alive with hat trick at Sevilla

Cristiano Ronaldo's goals led Real Madrid to victory at Sevilla and kept the pressure on Barcelona atop La Liga.

SEVILLA, Spain -- Three things from Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan as Real Madrid hang on for a 3-2 win at Sevilla in La Liga's crunch Saturday evening game.

1. Madrid stick to Barca in title race

Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick was just about enough as Madrid won a thriller at the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, ending Sevilla's 34-game unbeaten run at home and keeping the gap to La Liga leaders Barcelona at just two points.

Barcelona's 8-0 win in nearby Cordoba earlier on Saturday afternoon had added an...

 By Ben Gladwell

Arturo Vidal delivers for Juventus in title-clinching win over Sampdoria

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Juventus claiming yet another Serie A title and says they responded quite well to Massimiliano Allegri's managerial appointment.

GENOA, Italy -- Arturo Vidal's goal in the first half helped Juventus clinch their fourth straight Serie A title, defeating Sampdoria 1-0 at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. Here are three quick observations about their victory.

1. The return of King Arthur

Arturo Vidal's first two years as a Juventus player saw his rise from Bundesliga prospect at Bayer Leverkusen to the apparent finished article. Chile's World Cup hopes were pinned on him so much that they managed to convince the 27-year-old to undergo...

 By Nick Miller

Champions League in doubt for Man United after West Brom woe

West Brom secured their second win at Manchester United in a row after Chris Brunt's deflected free kick stunned Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on West Brom's shock 1-0 win at Manchester United in the Premier League.

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1. Liverpool let back in Champions League chase

It seems as if the good people of the Premier League have realised that the paying customers are not getting their money's worth in terms of entertainment this season, and have all decided to make it a little bit more exciting.

The title could be officially decided on Sunday, and at various points the battle for the top four has looked done...

Gerrard turns back the clock with late Liverpool winner at Anfield

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is happy with his side's belief even though the confidence may not be there.

LIVERPOOL, England - Three observations from Liverpool's 2-1 victory over QPR at Anfield.

1. Gerrard to the rescue again

Even as his powers wane, Steven Gerrard is capable of conjuring great moments. His latest, perhaps his last in a Liverpool shirt, was required in part because of his own failings. He had missed a penalty, spurning the chance to put his side ahead. Instead, he powered into the box to make contact with Philippe Coutinho's corner. He headed in his 184th Liverpool goal. In trademark...

Leicester emerging from relegation scrap by dragging Newcastle into it

Leicester City Nigel Pearson says his team have a cushion from the relegation zone but with three games left anything can still happen.

LEICESTER, England -- No two teams can ever have fought a relegation battle in a more contrasting manner. Leicester City, written off by most observers at the beginning of April, laughed heartily in the face of the bookmakers and hurled themselves back into the fray, blood pumping and sabres raised. Newcastle United stood still and wept like a lost child in a supermarket. If the latter are to survive in disgrace while the former goes down swinging in the melee, then there is no justice in this...

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Chelsea beat Leicester and move one step closer to the Premier League title

Chelsea are one victory away from winning the Premier League title after they came from behind to defeat Leicester.
The ESPN FC crew break down Chelsea's performance against Leicester City and hail John Terry's effort as he ties the Premier League lead for most goals by a defender.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ramires (83' ) Leicester 1-3 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: John Terry (79' ) Leicester 1-2 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Didier Drogba (48' ) Leicester 1-1 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Marc Albrighton (43'+3 ) Leicester 1-0 Chelsea

LEICESTER, England -- Chelsea came back from 1-0 down to win 3-1 at Leicester and move to within one victory of their first Premier League title in five seasons. Here are three observations from King Power Stadium.

1. Chelsea move a step closer

Chelsea's coronation awaits on Sunday. A King's Road party can be staged since victory over Crystal Palace will take them beyond the target total of 83 points. "Boring, boring Chelsea" sang their fans on Wednesday night, in deepest irony. Five long years...