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Burnley
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Cordoba
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AC Milan
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 By Phil Lythell

With Premier League lead diminishing, Chelsea must remain focused

Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard can become a Chelsea legend, according to his boss Jose Mourinho.

For the first time this season, Chelsea find themselves experiencing the unfamiliar feeling of pressure.

The eight points that only a few weeks ago separated the Blues from their main rivals for the Premier League title, Manchester City, have now evaporated (though Chelsea have a game in hand). The expected win for the Citizens over Crystal Palace has seen them draw level with Chelsea at the top of the table as they start to look something more like the team that were crowned champions last May.

Suddenly...

 By Rob Train

Player Ratings: Selfless Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos lead Real Madrid

Welsh winger Gareth Bale helped Real Madrid claim their fourth trophy of 2014 after easing to a 2-0 win against South American champions San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

It wasn't quite the spectacle that the crowd at Le Grande Stade in Marrakech might have hoped for -- and hardly helped by an over-officious referee -- but after a bruising 90 minutes Real Madrid added a Club World Cup title to their three Intercontinental Cups overcoming the champions of the 2014 Copa Libertadores, San Lorenzo, 2-0.

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There were few surprises in Carlo Ancelotti's lineup. Fit-again James Rodriguez was restored to midfield with Asier Illarramendi dropping to the bench and Real's...

Three Points: Real Madrid easily clinch Club World Cup glory

Sergio Ramos set Real Madrid on the road to victory once again.

A trio of observations on Real Madrid's 2-0 win vs. San Lorenzo in the FIFA Club World Cup final on Saturday.

1. Ramos is the man for the big occasion again

The game had seen more yellow cards than shots on goal when Sergio Ramos rose majestically to head in Toni Kroos' well-flighted corner and open the scoring. Ramos combined a number of different gestures in his celebration, ending by planting his feet to the turf by the corner flag, while pointing with both hands at the name on the back of his...

 By Jamie Smith

Despite Barnes' superb goal, Burnley get nothing from Tottenham

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ashley Barnes goal (27') Tottenham 1-1 Burnley

It was a case of "what if?" at White Hart Lane on Saturday as Burnley narrowly lost 2-1. Sean Dyche's team pushed Spurs close but were just unable to force an equaliser with Hugo Lloris in fine form during a second-half barrage of chances.

Danny Ings had three good opportunities to pinch a point for the Clarets, but each time he was denied by the French goalkeeper at his near post when perhaps shooting across goal was a better option for the striker. Lloris was excellent throughout and his saves...

Roberto Martinez deserves criticism for wretched Everton's dire form

Romelu Lukaku put one in his own net in Everton's dire 3-0 defeat at Southampton on Saturday.

Once Southampton extinguished Everton's early promise with the opening goal, there was little hope for the Toffees on their trip to the south coast on Saturday. The home side finished good value for their 3-0 win and Roberto Martinez has plenty of questions to answer as he faces up to the toughest period of his Everton career.

Last season, two own goals on this ground ended the Toffees' Champions League hopes. Another goal by an Everton player had the Saints en route to an easy three points this...