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 By Kevin Palmer

Three Points: Southampton vs. Chelsea

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (45'+1) Southampton 1-1 Chelsea

SOUTHAMPTON, England -- Three quick thoughts from a game that ended with Chelsea surrendering more ground in their title battle with Manchester City following a 1-1 draw against top-four contenders Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.

1. One point gained, two points lost

This was a breakthrough result for a hard-working Southampton side as they finally claimed some success against one of the Premier League's big hitters, yet Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho could only conclude this was a missed opportunity...

 By David Usher

Liverpool close a thrilling 2014 dreaming of better things to come

The ESPN FC panel discuss Liverpool's 1-0 victory at Burnley and highlight Brendan Rodgers' handling of his goalkeeping situation.

Brendan Rodgers hosts his former side on Monday night as Liverpool take on Swansea City in the final league game of what has been a dramatic 2014.

The Swans go into the game three points and one place ahead of Liverpool but have already tasted defeat at Anfield this season in the Capital One Cup. Gary Monk's side had led until very late in that game but were undone by a Mario Balotelli equaliser and a last-gasp winner from Dejan Lovren.

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 By Nick Ames

Three Points: Tottenham and Man United cannot break through

ESPN FC's Craig Burley analyses the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, which ended in a scoreless draw.

LONDON -- A trio of observations on Sunday's 0-0 draw between Tottenham and Manchester United in the Premier League:

1. Unchanged United can't take advantage

Louis van Gaal faced down the Christmas pile-up and fell just short. Injuries have meant Van Gaal has not exactly had a full squad at his disposal over the festive period, but the selection of an unchanged side for this midday kickoff, just 45 hours after Manchester United had kicked off at home to Newcastle, felt like bravery -- bravado, even.

"UEFA...

 By John Duerden

Ten Asian prospects to watch for in 2015

Evan Dimas is on his to becoming the biggest Indonesian star since Bambang Pamungkas.

2015 is upon us, so it's time for ESPN FC to take a look at ten Asian players who will be worth keeping an eye on in the New Year...

1. Evan Dimas (Persebaya Surabaya and Indonesia)

The 19-year-old has been a sensation in Indonesia ever since a 2013 hat-trick against South Korea in qualification for Asia's U-19 Championship. The dimunative midfielder has actually spent time in Barcelona in 2012 after impressing Nike's 'The Chance' talentspotters and earning a place among 100 to train in front of...

Winners and losers at Barcelona under Enrique's leadership

See who Stevie put on his World XI team of 2014.

Luis Enrique was given the incredibly difficult task of ensuring Barcelona returned to the very top of European football after a couple of disappointing years due to ineffective management, a lack of hunger and the inevitable passing of time.

Since his arrival at the Camp Nou during the summer, the Asturian coach has managed to make several changes that have improved the overall quality of the squad. While it is obvious that the team is not performing at the level Cules have come to expect in...

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Aston Villa desperately need a playmaking midfielder

Swansea manager Garry Monk heralded a second successive clean sheet as his side made it six points from six in the Boxing Day matchup against Aston Villa.

A Gylfi Sigurdsson, that's what Aston Villa need. The Icelandic midfielder's free-kick goal secured Swansea's Boxing Day 1-0 victory over the Villans and, at the same time as clinching three points for the Welsh club, reminded the visiting Midland side exactly what they are missing.

Villa don't have a player like Sigurdsson, and they badly need one. A midfield playmaker who covets possession and uses the ball to prise open opposition defences, to make the subtle differences which can affect games...