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Arsenal title challenge boosted as Wenger's men get back on track

Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored within one minute of each other to propel Arsenal past Bournemouth.

BOURNEMOUTH, England -- Three points from Bournemouth 0-2 Arsenal as Arsene Wenger's men won for the first time in five league matches.

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1. Victory gets Arsenal back on track

After four Premier League games without a win and 328 minutes without a goal in that spell, it took just 88 seconds for Arsenal to blow all of that accumulated anxiety away and re-charge their title challenge.

Wenger's side scored two goals in quick succession to claim a fine 2-0 win over Bournemouth and move to third in the...

Klinsmann adapts, Altidore still the man and MLS midfielders shine

A late goal from Toronto FC striker Jozy Altidore gave the United States a 1-0 victory over Canada.

CARSON, Calif. -- After beating Iceland late last month, the U.S. national team concluded its monthlong training camp here with Friday's 1-0 victory against Canada.

It's the first time the U.S. has won back-to-back games to start the year since 2012, and while the two matches were only low-key preseason friendlies limited almost exclusively to out-of-season MLS players -- "Nobody's trying to make them out to be more than they are," U.S. captain Michael Bradley said -- they also told us plenty about...

 By Ben Jacobs

Riyad Mahrez mesmerising as Leicester underline title credentials

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Leicester's win at Manchester City is a huge statement in the title race.

Leicester City's exceptional 3-1 victory at Manchester City on Saturday was their finest ever Premier League result.

It was better than last season's improbable 5-3 comeback victory over Manchester United, 2000's 5-2 rout over Sunderland or the dramatic 3-3 draw with Arsenal at Filbert Street in 1997. After all, there was far more at stake on Saturday.

The commanding win, against arguably the favourites for this season's Premier League title, proved once again Leicester are genuine contenders, even...

 By Lee Roden

Dani Alves awful and Neymar average for sub-standard Barcelona at Levante

Barcelona were below-par but managed to come away with a 2-0 win at Levante on Sunday.

A sub-standard Barcelona side could thank Levante's wayward shooting for Sunday's 2-0 win that was not representative of the true differences between the two teams in Valencia.

Dani Alves had an awful game at right-back, beaten in sprints, losing individual battles and even repeatedly giving away possession before he was withdrawn by Luis Enrique.

Fortunately for the Brazilian, both Gerard Pique and Javier Mascherano were on hand to bail him out with some impressive last ditch defending. When the...

 By Mark Lovell

Lewandowski misses big chance for Bayern Munich in Leverkusen draw

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein says Bayern Munich won't allow their star men to follow Pep Guardiola to Manchester City.

Bayern Munich spluttered to a goalless draw at Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday in the Bavarians' first outing since Pep Guardiola's switch to Manchester City this summer became official.

Chances were a rarity in a scrappy, fractious affair which was billed as the "Robert Lewandowski vs. Chicharito show."

The stalemate means Guardiola will leave Bayern having never won at Leverkusen in the league, with just one paltry goal for his side.

Despite the below-par draw, Bayern maintain a comfortable eight-point...

Stoke spectacularly underachieving after heavy loss to Everton

Everton cruised to a comfortable 3-0 win over Stoke at the Britannia.
Mark Hughes was pleased with Giannelli Imbula's debut for Stoke City, but there were no other positives in a loss to Everton.

It was another abysmal showing from manager Mark Hughes and his Stoke side who for the second time this week were taken apart by the opposition with an ease that causes significant concern. The 3-0 loss to Everton makes it the Potters' third consecutive league reverse of that scoreline in a run that has put a significant dent in their aspirations of European qualification.

The defence has clearly been decimated by injury but the players that remain are still more than capable of contesting a Premier...