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Barca looking to keep momentum vs. Ajax

Barcelona about an hour ago
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Betting Blog: UCL match-day three

Betting Blog about an hour ago
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Bruce and Hull continue to grow

Hull City 3 hours ago
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Monk's wrong -- Rangel fouled Moses

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Barcelona vs Ajax: A classic Champions League affair before El Clasico

The ESPN FC team debates who is better, Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, and what is more valuable to the team, goals or assists?

Barcelona will face Ajax Amsterdam at the Camp Nou on Tuesday in what will be the third-ever clash between two of the most successful clubs in the prestigious Champions League.

Inevitably, the name of Dutch master Johan Cruyff springs to mind whenever a supporter of the Catalan giants thinks of Ajax. If Barca practices the beautiful style of football that attracts admiration from every corner of the planet today, it is thanks to the influence the Flying Dutchman brought from the capital of the Netherlands...

 By Tim Vickery
about an hour ago

Colo Colo's Santiago derby win forces Chilean league down to the wire

Jean Beausejour, right, played in England for four years and is now starring for Colo Colo.

There was a glut of South American goals in the Premier League this weekend -- including strikes from the Chilean pair, Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas. Meanwhile, one of their compatriots, a Premier League old boy, scored a vital goal back in their homeland.

Jean Beausejour spent four years in England, between 2010 and 14, split between Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic. With all due respect to these clubs, they are hardly giants of their domestic championship -- in stark contrast to his current...

about an hour ago

Betting Blog: Back Liverpool to surprise Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Brendan Rodgers' comments on a struggling Mario Balotelli.

The Champions League is back with some exciting matches to look forward to -- few more so than Liverpool against Real Madrid and Bayern Munich's trip to Italy to face Roma.

Liverpool draw and Mario to score? Surely not ...

A lot has changed since Liverpool hammered Real Madrid 5-0 on aggregate in the last 16 of the 2008-09 campaign and their fans will have breathed a huge sigh of relief at the news that Gareth Bale is expected to miss Wednesday's match at Anfield. Unfortunately for them, Cristiano...

 By Chris Wright
2 hours ago

Is this the worst stadium view in European football?

Disgruntled West Brom fan Pat Frost caused a stir a few weeks ago when he tweeted a photo of the view from his seat at Anfield, a ticket which had cost him a not-insignificant 46 pounds for the pleasure of barely being able to see past the halfway line -- let alone witnessing The Kop in full swing at the opposite end of the ground.

 By John Crace
3 hours ago

Time for Tottenham fans to revise expectations downward this season

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino commends Sergio Aguero for his dominant performance.

There were some Tottenham fans who saw many positives in Saturday's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City. They were almost certainly the die-hard optimists and those who hadn't made the 400-mile round trip from north London to watch the game. For everyone else, the sense of deja vu and that this is likely to be another long season, low on achievement, was inescapable.

Spurs did have their moments. If Roberto Soldado had converted his penalty to level the score with 30 minutes to play, then a shaky City...

3 hours ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

The ESPN FC team debates who will be victorious in the upcoming match between the world's elite, Real Madrid or Barcelona.

1. Something has to give in forthcoming Clasico

The statistics after the opening eight weeks of the season suggest Saturday's Clasico to be the meeting of an unstoppable force with an immoveable object.

Saturday's 5-0 win at Levante means that Real Madrid have now scored 30 goals in the first eight games of the season, a feat not achieved since 1987-88. Barcelona's 3-0 home win over Eibar later that evening means the Catalans have gone a club record eight games into the season without...