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Ospina the hero vs. Everton

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 By Nick Miller

Arsenal rebound from Champions League defeat with win vs. Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.

LONDON -- Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky gave Arsenal an easy 2-0 win vs. Everton. Here are three quick thoughts from their Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

1. Giroud scores, still not enough for Arsenal

It is quite difficult to know what to make of Olivier Giroud. Watching him against Monaco midweek and even at points in Sunday's game against Everton, when he contrived to miss a virtually free header from about six yards out not once but twice, it's difficult...

 By Musa Okwonga

Di Maria's uncertain form creates new selection headache for Van Gaal

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal was pleased with his team's performance in the second half.

As the Premier League season approaches its final stages, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal must consider doing something that was unthinkable in August, and that is to drop Angel di Maria. In the words of Mike Skinner in one of his breakout singles with The Streets, "Has It Come To This?" Well, yes, it has.

Di Maria's uncertain form, when it first emerged, was first regarded as a blip. Now, though, it is a worrying feature of much of Manchester United's recent play. It is notable that...

David Ospina the unexpected star as Arsenal hold on for victory vs. Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud goal (40') Arsenal 1-0 Everton
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Tomas Rosicky goal (89') Arsenal 2-0 Everton

Arsenal edged to a nervous 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday to keep their hopes of a top-four finish intact. After the midweek defeat at home to Monaco, there was an understandable tension in the air at the Emirates. Ultimately, a lacklustre Gunners side struggled for fluency and Everton will feel unlucky to leave north London without a point.

The opening goal came from Olivier Giroud, who achieved a measure of redemption after his miss-laden display against Monaco when he tucked home Mesut Ozil's...

West Brom reaping rewards of keeping Saido Berahino

Southampton continued their recent slide with a 1-nil loss away to West Brom.

West Brom's 1-0 win over Southampton at the Hawthorns was far from pretty, but Saido Berahino's stunning strike could be crucial in Albion's attempt to avoid relegation.

The England forward's goal, after just two minutes, was the one moment of quality an otherwise pretty poor game. His volley into the top corner from Craig Dawson's knockdown showed just how good a finisher Berahino can be. The ball bounced at an awkward height and on his wrong foot, but Berahino showed superb technique to get...

Stoke's strong season continues with confident, competent win over Hull

Super-sub Peter Crouch came off the bench to give Stoke an invaluable three points against Hull.

Mark Hughes' Stoke side made it two successive victories with Saturday's 1-0 win vs. Hull, and in doing so, put to bed any worries that their season had derailed.

Hull arrived with a formation and attitude designed to stop their hosts and steal a point, showing little adventure to win a contest that the Potters dominated from start to finish. Manager Steve Bruce insisted his side didn't deserve to lose, but the fact that they had one shot to Stoke's 17 tells a better story of what actually happened...

 By David Mooney

Vincent Kompany, Samir Nasri not good enough in Man City's Anfield loss

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down an impressive result for Liverpool and a blow for City's title aspirations.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Coutinho goal (75') Liverpool 2-1 Manchester City
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Edin Dzeko goal (26') Liverpool 1-1 Manchester City
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jordan Henderson goal (11') Liverpool 1-0 Manchester City

One of these two teams played football for two hours in Turkey on Thursday night. Judging by the performance, you'd have said that it was Manchester City who were fatigued from a long flight that arrived home at 6 a.m. on Friday ... but you'd be wrong.

Instead, Manuel Pellegrini's side simply failed to show up and all of the momentum gained from the win against Newcastle that closed the gap to Chelsea to five points has somewhat dissipated a week later. The passion, calmness, pride, dynamic...