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Jones: Wales left heartbroken

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 By Chris Jones

Father versus son highlights magic of FA Cup

The FA Cup is the greatest tournament in the world because it's about the sport, not the teams.

LONDON -- Martin Ling, Leyton Orient's newly installed director of football, found a quiet gap between the filling stands at Victoria Road. His O's had made the short bus trip to visit Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday, two National League sides drawn to begin their pivotal FA Cup campaigns against each other. For Ling, the prospects were twice nervy. His son, Sam, was starting for the Daggers.

Sam, only 20, still lives at home, and it had been a little quiet around the house before the East...

Rooney rescues point but Koeman under pressure after Everton draw

Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.
Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

BRIGHTON -- Three quick thoughts on Brighton 1-1 Everton in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. Troubled Koeman gets lucky

Ronald Koeman took a gamble when he signed Wayne Rooney this summer. Rooney just paid him back. The former England captain's 90th minute penalty at Brighton salvaged a point for Everton on what might otherwise have been a disastrous day for the Dutch manager. Goalkeeper Mat Ryan's extraordinary reactions prevented the visitors snatching all three points in injury time...

Barcelona 100 percent winning record ends but Suarez saves point vs. Atleti

Barcelona's perfect start in La Liga ended at Atletico, but Luis Suarez's late header earned the visitors a draw.
Diego Simeone hails Saul's continued progression as a key contributor for Atletico after their draw with Barcelona.
Ernesto Valverde praises Lionel Messi's hard work for Barcelona at Atletico after a busy week with Argentina.

MADRID -- Three thoughts on Atletico Madrid's 1-1 draw with Barcelona in La Liga.

1. Suarez strikes to save Barcelona

Luis Suarez's late header kept Barcelona comfortably top of the Liga table, although Ernesto Valverde's side lost their 100 percent winning record and, for long periods, did not look like potential champions against an Atletico Madrid side still settling into their new home.

Saul Niguez's superb, long-range strike midway through the first half seemed to have set Atletico on the way...

 By Michael Cox

Watford's late comeback makes Arsenal pay for missed opportunities

Tom Cleverley's 92nd minute winner gave his Watford side a big 2-1 win over Arsenal, at Vicarage Road.

WATFORD, England -- Three thoughts on Watford's 2-1 win vs. Arsenal in the Premier League.

1. Hosts hit back to stun Gunners

Marco Silva has unquestionably made an impressive start as Watford manager, but ahead of kickoff on Saturday, he still lacked a home victory.

But a little more than 90 minutes later, Vicarage Road was celebrating three points for the first time this season; Tom Cleverley's stoppage-time goal means Silva's men leapfrog Arsenal and move into the top four.

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Zaha dazzles as Crystal Palace end wretched run by stunning Chelsea

Crystal Palace scored their first goals of the season as they shocked champions Chelsea.
Crystal Palace scored their first goals of the season as they shocked champions Chelsea.
Crystal Palace scored their first goals of the season as they shocked champions Chelsea.

LONDON - Three quick thoughts on Crystal Palace 2-1 Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

1. Palace dent Chelsea's title charge

This is why football is the greatest. When a team starts a season with seven defeats, not managing to muster a goal, then have to face the reigning champions in their next game, all logic points to the run being extended to eight games. But Crystal Palace defied such logic on Saturday, holding on to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Selhurst Park.

Wilfried Zaha, making...

Man United, Jose Mourinho must stop being so cautious in big games

Liverpool were held by a resolute Manchester United in a disappointing match at Anfield.
Jose Mourinho feels Manchester United frustrated Liverpool and is satisfied with coming away from Anfield with a point.
English Premier League: David De Gea (34') Liverpool 0-0 Man United
David De Gea describes what went into his remarkable save to deny Joel Matip a sure goal in Man United's draw at Liverpool.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Jose Mourinho knows all about winning Premier League titles. The Manchester United manager won three with Chelsea, so he certainly does not need to be told that some points are better than others and that a title cannot be won by playing champagne football every week.

That has never been Mourinho's way. It has always been a case of getting the job done as efficiently, and quickly as possible and after United's second successive 0-0 draw against Liverpool at Anfield, he will...