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Terry, Fabregas & Costa all in as Chelsea dominate Team of the Season

David Hirshey picked his Premier League Team of the Season but the rest of the ESPN FC panel did not agree.

Chelsea landed the Premier League title but would they be a match for ESPN FC's team of the season? Gab Marcotti, Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol pick the season's best XI.

ESPN FC's Team of the Season.

Goalkeeper: A no-brainer to start with -- David De Gea is a unanimous choice after a sensational season at Manchester United. He has some 2014-15 showreel to post to Real Madrid; incredible saves from Bryan Oviedo, Raheem Sterling and Glenn Murray among the stand-out moments. All our pundits are on the same page when it comes to...

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Australian player sent off for fouling giant bottle of BBQ sauce

Now that's the kind of headline that only comes along once in a blue moon!

Allow us to explain: Saturday evening saw Central Coast Mariners lay on a testimonial for their retiring captain John Hutchinson which, among several other mascots on the pitch, featured a chap dressed up as a giant bottle of barbecue sauce.

At one point during the game the bottle managed to weave (incredibly slowly) past several players before finding him/her/itself through on goal.

However, obviously deciding that being...

Liverpool beat Milan to UCL in 2005: One night in Istanbul remembered

Steven Gerrard kisses the 2005 trophy after a stunning comeback to defeat AC Milan in the Champions League final.

Ten years ago today, one of the greatest matches in the history of football was played as Liverpool came back from 3-0 down at half-time in the 2005 Champions League final against AC Milan to win 3-2 on penalties.

Goals from Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso saw the Reds come back in Istanbul before goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek turned hero in the shootout. Here, ESPN FC's Liverpool bloggers revisit that day.

Sum up your memories of that day

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Xavi send-off, Ronaldo's personal best - Five things learned in La Liga

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has paid tribute to Xavi Hernandez after the midfielder's last home league match for the La Liga champions.

Five things from La Liga's final day fixtures, as 2014-15 came to a close with an afternoon of swings and roundabouts.

1. Xavi's emotional send off

Barcelona's 2-2 draw with Deportivo La Coruna saw Lionel Messi score twice again, and Depor come from two down to gain an unlikely draw and avoid relegation, but the vast majority of the 93,743 crowd were not too bothered by the result.

Saturday afternoon at the Camp Nou was mostly about paying homage to veteran midfielder Xavi -- as he made his 505th,...

Seattle Sounders maintain top spot, Portland tumble down the rankings

Sporting Kansas City and the Seattle Sounders player out a tense 0-0 draw, which both sides had opportunities to win it.

Seattle had to settle for a draw against Sporting Kansas City, but with its nearest pursuers suffering defeats, the Sounders held onto the top spot in ESPN's MLS Power Rankings for another week...

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The Sounders dominated possession, but had just one shot on target for its troubles, and were forced to settle for a draw against Kansas City. With Seattle's defense currently tied for the best in the league, the talk/worry/concern of Brad Evans at center-back has died down.

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Chris Wondolowski reaches 100 goals in Major League Soccer

Watch the San Jose Earthquakes' Chris Wondolowski score his 100th Major League Soccer goal.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Chris Wondolowski's celebration gave no hint to the size of his accomplishment.

Wondolowski had just dispatched a 68th minute penalty -- the 100th regular season goal of his career -- to draw the San Jose Earthquakes level with Orlando City, 1-1. But there was no run to the corner flag, no lifting up of his jersey to reveal a t-shirt underneath with a message celebrating the milestone. Instead, all the Quakes' forward could think about was getting back to the center circle...