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The numbers behind Arsenal's good start

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Pressure grows on West Ham over stadium, Messi attracts Neymar

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is frustrated that crowd trouble has overshadowed his team's EFL Cup win over Chelsea.
Blues goalkeeper Asmir Begovic denounced the crowd violence that ensued when Chelsea faced West Ham in the EFL Cup.
Liam Twomey describes the scenes at London Stadium after violence escalated between West Ham and Chelsea supporters in the EFL Cup.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

WEST HAM: A senior politician has called for West Ham United to face a stadium ban if there is any repeat of the violence that marred Wednesday's 2-1 EFL Cup victory over Chelsea at the London Stadium.

- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he believes the violence that marred West Ham's midweek EFL Cup tie against Chelsea does not indicate a problem across the game in England.

- The club and the London Stadium say 200 people face football banning...

Manchester United finally have optimism after tough run of fixtures

The FC boys all agree that Jose Mourinho's recent string of apologies is an insincere attempt to garner more attention.

Manchester United fans will be relieved that 10 days of nightmare fixtures are over, even if they didn't escape completely unscathed. Some would have settled for a win, a draw and a loss against Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea, but the manner of the 4-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge was obviously a crushing blow.

Still, knocking City out of the EFL Cup certainly lifted the spirits and strengthened the relationship between the fans and manager Jose Mourinho, who had been humiliated at his old...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres face fierce rival Monterrey in Mexico's soccer city to cap Week 15

Tigres face Monterrey in another edition of the Clasico Regiomontano on Saturday at Estadio Universitario.

Only nine points are available for each side in what remains of the 2016 Apertura regular season, making this weekend's matches vital for playoff contenders.

Here's what to watch out for:

Clasico Regiomontano rivalry

Two clubs, one city and arguably the country's most passionate fanbases and best squads. The Clasico Regiomontano between Tigres and Monterrey doesn't need much media hype. It is a real derby. Monterrey is Mexico's soccer city and has been for the last few years.

As if the fire needed...

Montreal Impact can progress in MLS playoffs without Didier Drogba's Mackenzie Thirkill talks to Montreal Impact players after their impressive 4-2 win over D.C. United.

Upsets come with the territory in the lottery that is the MLS Cup playoffs, but that doesn't make the Montreal Impact's 4-2 road win against D.C. United any less shocking.

Nobody south of the border gave the Impact much of a chance of pulling off an upset before Thursday's contest at RFK Stadium. After all, the visitors closed out the regular season by losing five of their last eight regular-season games, including a 3-0 drubbing by the already eliminated New England Revolution on Decision Day.


 By Chris Wright

Patrice Evra dresses up as giant panda to promote anti-racism message

If his Instagram account is anything to go by, Patrice Evra is certainly a man content with his lot in life.

Indeed, the Juventus defender has spent the past few months pumping out positive vibes, whether it be by poking fun at his former boss Sir Alex Ferguson or attempting to brighten up everybody's Monday morning by singing along to Motown classics in his car.

However, Evra's latest post tackles an altogether more weighty issue, with the 35-year-old dressing up as a giant panda bear in order to...

The numbers show that Arsenal may have solved their scoring problems

Former Arsenal man Stewart Robson says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has more to offer in the first XI than Theo Walcott.

Often criticised for their finishing, Arsenal have scored 19 goals, tied with Chelsea for second most in Premier League this season.

In the previous six Premier League campaigns, the Gunners converted 32 percent of their shots on goal. Last season, they ranked 12th in conversion percentage, Arsenal's lowest rank in that category since 2010.

This season, however, Arsenal have found a way to capitalise on the chances they may have missed before and currently lead the league in conversion percentage...