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 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
2 hours ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop discuss Barcelona's start to the La Liga season and how Messi has produced more opportunities for the team.

Each week we will take a look at five things we learned from the weekend of La Liga action. This week, Barca's fine start continues, as do concerns for Atletico Madrid.

1. Equal opportunities Barca

Luis Enrique could not really have started any better at Barcelona -- Sunday's 5-0 win at Levante means the record so far in La Liga is four games, four wins, 11 goals for, zero goals conceded. There's also a four point lead over defending champions Atletico Madrid, with Real Madrid already six points...

 Posted by John Crace
2 hours ago

Setting a steady side should be Pochettino's worry at Tottenham

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino expressed his frustration after his side's 1-0 defeat against West Brom.

We can start with the positives. At least Spurs know where they are. It's not the manager, it's the players. Almost the same squad has now played under Andre Villas-Boas, Tim Sherwood and Mauricio Pochettino, and they are still all too capable of performances that would embarrass a League One side. Indeed Sunday's defeat at home to West Brom may probably go down as one of the most abject of the past 10 years. No shape, no energy, no ideas and only a single shot on target.

- Fitch: Player Ratings:...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
2 hours ago

Pellegrini, Mourinho 'spar' after draw; Real's misleading win; Milan's spirit

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to the referee's decisions to show Pablo Zableta a second yellow card for his challenge on Diego Costa.

We knew that Jose Mourinho and Manuel Pellegrini didn't like each other very much, so it's not a surprise that they wouldn't waste the opportunity to needle each other after Sunday's 1-1 draw between Chelsea and Manchester City.

That's what happens when you share the spoils. You can't gloat too much, so you turn the outcome to your advantage, whether in the eyes of the media, the fans or your own players.

Pellegrini said that his City side played against "a small team trying to defend, trying...

 Posted by Jim Daly
4 hours ago

Crystal Palace do the unexpected again at Everton

Neil Warnock relished Crystal Palace's first win of the Premier League season, with a 3-2 victory over a tough Everton side.

I'm genuinely in shock. I really wasn't expecting Palace to get any sort of result at Everton, let alone a win. I think most Eagles fans would have been in the same boat. Given the way the Toffees brushed past Wolfsburg in the Europa League and Palace's stuttering performance against Burnley the week before, Sunday's clash had a home win written all over it.

Of course I should have known better. These are the sort of games Palace somehow get results from, rendering the form book completely pointless.

It's...

 Posted by Chris Rann
4 hours ago

Win at Swansea further proof of Southampton's strong system

Ronald Koeman discusses the difficulties his side faced against Swansea City, but it was Victor Wanyama's late goal that would propel Southampton to the win.

If Southampton had one particular weakness last season, it was a lack of "strength in depth," and despite the level of the players who left the club over the summer, those brought in have perhaps made the level of backup option a lot better.

That was proved on Saturday when the team shook off the blow that new boy Toby Alderweireld would miss the trip to Swansea with a hamstring injury. Manager Ronald Koeman's team not only still won the game, but in reverting to his first choice back four prior...

 Posted by Michael Yokhin
4 hours ago

The incredible story of Paderborn, top of the Bundesliga

SC Paderborn coach Andre Breitenreiter claims the surprise Bundesliga leaders are calm ahead of their showdown with Bayern Munich.

One of the most legendary Bundesliga games took place on the last day of 1999-2000 season when Bayer Leverkusen arrived to the tiny Bavarian ground of SpVgg Unterhaching, needing just a draw to claim their historic first title. It wasn't to be. Michael Ballack scored a clumsy own goal in the first half, and the brilliant team built by Christoph Daum were unable to break down the home defence.

- Uersfeld: Who are Paderborn?
- Hesse: Paderborn to be wild

Young Gerhard Tremmel, a Swansea reserve nowadays,...