Previous
South Korea
Iraq
1
0
LIVE HT
Game Details
Cape Verde Islands
Zambia
6:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Rochdale
Stoke City
8:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Congo DR
Tunisia
6:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Paços de Ferreira
Benfica
8:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Napoli
Genoa
8:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Next

Latest

Plenty of options in Wenger's Arsenal

Arsenal
Read

Ronaldo not happy, Pique helps Barca: 5 things we learned in La Liga

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest action throughout La Liga, where Real Madrid remain atop the league but may be without Cristiano Ronaldo in the Madrid derby following his red card against Cordoba.

1. Ronaldo not happy at the moment

Cristiano Ronaldo's difficult start to 2015 got even worse on Saturday. With time almost up Real Madrid were struggling at 1-1 at relegation threatened Cordoba, and Ronaldo had been rarely noticed.

Until the Portuguese struck out at his marker Jose Angel Crespo after they battled to reach a corner. Referee Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez missed that incident, but did see Ronaldo's kick out at the Andalusians' left-back Edimar the next time the ball came into...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham get the job done to survive a weekend of FA Cup shocks

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.

West Ham United carried out a thoroughly professional job in their hard-fought victory over League One side Bristol City in the fourth round of the FA Cup, going through 1-0 after Diafra Sakho had headed in Andy Carroll's superb cross.

In a weekend of FA Cup shocks, Sam Allardyce's men wouldn't normally be the team to bring a bit of to the growing list of Premier League casualties. They prevailed, though, and turned on the extra class to progress. The manager's plea not to waste the effort expended...

Attacking Arsenal full of options as Wenger's men fight on three fronts

Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal side will fight to retain the FA Cup following their fourth round win at Brighton.

Not too long ago, Theo Walcott was roundly mocked for suggesting the current Arsenal squad had an attack to rival that of 2003-04's Invincibles. However, after Walcott scored as a revamped Arsenal attack saw off Brighton in the fourth round of the FA Cup, it's easy to see what he was driving at.

Arsenal don't have an individual whose gifts or garlands can match Thierry Henry or Dennis Bergkamp. However, they do have an abundance of attackers from the tier below those fabled figures. The stars may...

Are Divock Origi, Saido Berahino worth all the hype? The stats are intriguing

The ESPN FC crew discuss potential moves before the end of the transfer window, whether or not Mario Balotelli will leave Liverpool and Diego Costa's diving.

How do you build for the future in January?

The pressures of the midseason transfer window are largely focused on the here and now. Teams buy in the winter in order to strengthen for the next five months, whether it be for a title race, European push or relegation battle; they don't generally spend with the next five years in mind. But this season has seen several intriguing transfer stories in which the needs of the present and the future overlap.

WINTER TRANSFER WINDOW LATEST

- INFOGRAPHIC: How a transfer works
- Karlsen: Premier League club-by-club needs
- Carter: Top 10 transfer targets in England
- Window Shopping: Club-by-club guide
- Delaney: Top free agents next summer
- Delaney: What January holds in store

West Bromwich Albion and England U-21...

 By Alan Mtashar

Many factors favour South Korea in Asian Cup semi but don't write off Iraq

South Korea make final preparations ahead of their Asian Cup semi-final against Iraq in Sydney.

The 2015 AFC Asian Cup has come to life after Iraq and the United Arab Emirates' shock wins against their much-fancied quarterfinal opponents, Iran and Japan. The question now is: can the West Asian giant-killers keep the fairytale going in Australia?

Iraq face South Korea in the first of the semifinals in Sydney on Monday night.

With both teams having played 120 minutes in their respective quarterfinals, the Koreans will look to make their extra day's rest count.

"We have to play the fast ball,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

#FCtalkingpoints: Cup upsets, Messi and Neymar, Ronaldo, money league

Bradford came back from two goals down to win 4-2 to send the Blues out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Manchester United dominated possession but could manage only a goalless FA Cup draw with Cambridge United. Chelsea and Manchester City also endured embarrassing defeats in their FA Cup matches, while Arsenal survived a scare of their own vs. Brighton Hove and Albion.

What was the most surprising FA Cup result this weekend?

Financial advisors Deloitte released...