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Club America caught napping in surprise loss to Leones Negros

Martin Zuniga, right, of America battles Marcelo Alatorre of Leones Negros, in their Liga MX match at Azteca Stadium.

Club America's rise to the top of the Liga MX table hit a bump in the road from a most unexpected place. The less-celebrated team from Guadalajara, Leones Negros, defeated the Aguilas by scoring the lone goal of the match in a 1-0 final at Azteca Stadium.

It was a surprising defeat, but perhaps not a shocking one, given how Club America also struggled against Puebla earlier in the season. It's a fatal flaw to underestimate an opponent. Unfortunately for America, it seems to be a habit of late...

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Liverpool after Asier Illarramendi, Dortmund to swoop for Paulo Dybala?

Illarramendi is likely to start versus Celta and then days later versus Ludogorets. After that it's anyone's guess when he'll be named in Ancelotti's starting XI again.
Asier Illarramendi has been short on opportunities this season in Real Madrid's crowded midfield.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

Illarramendi to step into Gerrard's shoes?

Even when you're at Real Madrid, it can be tough being a bit-part player, just ask Jese.

Another young Blancos player struggling for game time is Asier Illarramendi, and the Mirror reports that Liverpool have asked Real to keep them informed should the 24-year-old become available this summer.

With Steven Gerrard leaving for...

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AC Milan turn in tepid performance in goalless draw with Chievo Verona

Though his team played well on defence, Filippo Inzaghi's AC Milan side continued their inability to score goals.

AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has made no secret of his desire to see the team play attractive, entertaining football. It has been requisite for any coach of the Rossoneri, and it is no different for Filippo Inzaghi. However, his side failed yet again to entertain on Saturday night in a drab goalless draw with Chievo.

The statistics will reveal that Milan had more possession than their rivals yet had less overall attempts on goal, as a recurring lack of creativity and flair haunted them yet...

 By Jim Daly

Murray gives Pardew selection headache after West Ham brace

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew knows that notching away wins will help his club stay in the Premier League.

About 40 minutes into Crystal Palace's trip to West Ham on Saturday, I turned to my mate to lament the performance of Glenn Murray. "He's just not cutting it for me," I moaned. "I'm not sure he's good enough for the Premier League." Seconds later, right on cue, the forward rose highest to meet a Jason Puncheon corner and nod Palace into the lead. An arguably undeserved but more than welcome lead at Upton Park.

The result leaves Palace on 30 points, and only the most pessimistic of supporters would...

 By Jamie Smith

Luck deserts Burnley in loss to Swansea

An own-goal from Kevin Trippier condemned Burnley to defeat, as Swansea continue to move on with life after Wilfried Bony.

Luck is a fickle mistress. After coming to Burnley's aid last weekend at Chelsea, she deserted them on Saturday as Swansea City ran out comfortable 1-0 winners at Turf Moor.

The Clarets may legitimately point to two penalties referee Jonathan Moss could and perhaps should have awarded, one for a handball and one for a pull on substitute striker Sam Vokes.

However, it would be hypocritical to complain too much about decisions by officials after Jose Mourinho's histrionics last week were roundly...

Everton creeping toward a return to form in time to face vulnerable Arsenal

The ESPN FC panel discuss the necessary elements to a potential Arsenal victory over Everton.

At the start of the season, central midfield stood out as the strongest unit in this Everton squad. Then a crippling mix of injuries to some and a loss of form for others led to more questions than answers in the middle of the park.

That is why the current situation is sure to be a welcome conundrum for Roberto Martinez. For the first time in his tenure, Martinez has four genuine central midfielders available to him, each presenting valid arguments for their inclusion.

Darron Gibson has hit the...