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Real Madrid trample over Barcelona as Clasico lives up to all the hype

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop analyse the latest edition of El Clasico, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid overpowered Barcelona on their way to a 3-1 triumph.

MADRID -- We love football, we are addicted to it for life, partly because it produces the most unbelievable scripts.

We love matches where a team is on the ropes, battered like a 99-pound weakling by a vicious middleweight champion, but somehow produces resilience, luck or an unpredictable knockout blow. You know the matches, you could name them. The Champions League finals of 1999 and 2005 spring to mind as iconic examples.

Then there are games like this, where the sport needs the team trailing...

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Player Ratings: Barca defence a shambles & Messi off-colour in Clasico

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop analyse the latest edition of El Clasico, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid overpowered Barcelona on their way to a 3-1 triumph.

Barcelona were deservedly defeated 3-1 by Real Madrid at the Bernabeu after Carlo Ancelotti's men stormed back from Neymar's early opener to prevail thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe and Karim Benzema. In doing so, they wrecked Luis Suarez's long-awaited debut, although the former Liverpool man did offer glimpses of what's to come in a Barcelona shirt. At the back, though, the visitors were fraught with problems.

El Clasico: Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona

- Clasico: How the world reacted
- Three Points: Unlikely heroes
- Player Ratings: Barcelona
- Player Ratings: Real Madrid
- Ancelotti: We wanted it more
- Enrique: I don't regret starting Luis

The hosts used their undeniable firepower up front to overcome the initial setback...

 By Steven Kelly
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Player ratings: Liverpool's frustrating offensive woes continue vs. Hull

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers defended Mario Balotelli's performance following the Reds goalless draw against Hull City.

The long-awaited clean sheet proved something of an anticlimax to the Reds after a frustrating rear-guard action by Hull City also kept the home side's sporadic attacking efforts at bay.

The whole team was initially hampered by a selection that seemed to be the original choice for the visit of the European champions, not Steve Bruce's latest bunch of niggardly grafters. Brendan Rodgers is starting to look like the financially restricted novice of 2012 rather than the title-chasing attacking giant...

 By Rob Train
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Player Ratings: Benzema the hero as Madrid crush Barcelona

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop analyse the latest edition of El Clasico, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid overpowered Barcelona on their way to a 3-1 triumph.

Real Madrid put on a performance to match any seen in the history of the Clasico at the Bernabeu on Saturday. The home side went behind to Neymar's early goal but rebounded to carve out a 3-1 win that should have been even more emphatic.

Tactically, Carlo Ancelotti outdid his Barcelona counterpart Luis Enrique by deploying two wide men in Isco and James Rodriguez, who had the desired effect of pulling Barca's back line out of shape. Luka Modric and Toni Kroos bossed the midfield contest -- Enrique...

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6 hours ago

Aston Villa braced for change against QPR

Colombian Carlos Sanchez has made just one start on the season for Aston Villa.
Colombian Carlos Sanchez has made just one start on the season for Aston Villa.

A run of four successive league defeats can seriously alter the thinking of a Premier League manager, so it was hardly a surprise to hear Paul Lambert discussing the status of some of his 'fringe' players this week.

Lambert has spoken about Carlos Sanchez, Jores Okore, Joe Cole and Jack Grealish in the past few days -- primarily because the Villa boss is being asked about the immediate future of a quartet of players who have mainly operated around the edges of the first team this season. The...

 By Peter Thorne
6 hours ago

Some West Ham fans are dreaming of the Champions League ...

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down West Ham's 2-1 victory over Manchester City, the Hammers' first win against City since 2009.

West Ham consolidated fourth place in the Premier League with a superb performance against champions Manchester City, built on a powerhouse display by man of the match Alex Song and an encouraging reminder to England manager Roy Hodgson by the excellent Mark Noble.

Backed by an ecstatic home crowd, the Hammers went two goals ahead, fought off an immediate response from City and clung on to deservedly claim all three points in a pulsating game. In a week when Sir Alex Ferguson questioned what the...