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Chivas to spoil Club America's party again?

Copa MX

Copa MX Clasico Nacional: Chivas to spoil party, America to salvage pride?

In the last edition of Mexico's Clasico Nacional, Chivas thumped Club America 3-0 in a heated battle at Estadio Azteca.

Another highly anticipated edition of Mexico's ​Clasico Nacional is upon us, with Chivas traveling to Estadio Azteca to take on Club America in the semifinals of the Copa MX. ESPN FC asked our writers Tom Marshall in Guadalajara and Nayib Moran in Mexico City to set the scene for the historic clash.

Match expectations

Tom Marshall: Chivas are set to field the same alternative Copa MX starting XI against Club America that led them to the semifinals. This may sound strange given the importance...

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Vidal, Muller, Lewandowski and Neuer are Bayern Munich's Ballon d'Or four

The ESPN FC crew debate Bayern Munich's golden boy Renato Sanches.

The Ballon d'Or is usually the exclusive reserve of Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, but who would win the internal Bavarian award?

Here, we rank Bayern Munich's fab Ballon d'Or four in order.

4. Arturo Vidal

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It's not too harsh to suggest he is only on the list for his performances with his country, inspiring the Chileans to successive Copa Americas titles in 2015 and 2016. 

In his second spell in the Bundesliga, Vidal struggled...

 By Terry Daley

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Edin Dzeko was known for his comical misses last season but this year, he's scoring plenty for Roma.

It's safe to say that Edin Dzeko took his time acclimatising to Italian football. Hailed as the final piece of a Giallorosso jigsaw and ready to tackle Juventus on his arrival from Manchester City in August 2015, last season the Bosnian ended up one of biggest disappointments anywhere in Europe. He managed just eight goals in 34 appearances and a collection of embarrassing misses that would shame Rocky Baptiste.

Come the end of the campaign, Dzeko had been superseded by Diego Perotti as Luciano...

 By Mark Gleeson

Pitso Mosimane, Mamelodi Sundowns' African Champions League glory

Mamelodi Sundowns are the second South African team in history to win the African Champions League.

The vagaries of air travel on the continent mean Mamelodi Sundowns will only arrive home on Wednesday morning from Egypt, two days after clinching the African Champions League title following an extraordinary 3-1 aggregate win over Zamalek in Alexandria.

The rather unassuming trophy will be the prized possession in the baggage as Pitso Mosimane's men are expected to be greeted by a large crowd at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg at the end of a whirlwind five-month campaign that has...