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Trending: Barca beat Utd; U.S. wins Gold Cup

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Barcelona beat Manchester United, U.S. triumphant in Gold Cup

While transfer speculation swirls around him, Neymar keeps scoring goals, this time against Manchester United in the ICC.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Gab Marcotti don't see eye to eye when it comes to Neymar's future with Barcelona.

Thursday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP: For the second time this week, Neymar was Barcelona's match winner as they beat Manchester United 1-0

- Nicolas Otamendi, Raheem Sterling, John Stones and Brahim Diaz scored the goals as Manchester City eased past Real Madrid 4-1 at the Memorial Coliseum. 

- Mark Ogden on the lessons we learned from City's big win over the European champions. 

-Claudio Marchisio scored...

 By Tom Marshall

Lessons of Mexico's summer: Patience with Osorio, lack of long-term depth

Much like rest of the world, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar are split over Juan Carlos Osorio's future with Mexico.

It has been a long summer for El Tri and one that ultimately ended in disappointment, with a fourth-place finish at the Confederations Cup in Russia followed by a semifinal defeat to Jamaica at the Gold Cup last Sunday.

Mexico played a match every 3.6 days over three countries, winning nine times, drawing three games and losing four. There were 25 goals scored by El Tri and 17 conceded. Coach Juan Carlos Osorio was able to see 49 players in World Cup qualifying, friendlies, the Confederations...

 By Tony Evans

Liverpool must pass the test as Barcelona continue to chase Coutinho

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol has his say on how Liverpool should proceed with Philippe Coutinho and Leipzig's Naby Keita.

Big clubs make big statements. Liverpool have spent the summer trying to flex their muscles in the transfer market, but the results have been mixed.

Jurgen Klopp's pursuit of Naby Keita appears doomed to failure, despite repeated bids. So far, Red Bull Leipzig have turned down £70 million. Virgil van Dijk will probably end up at Anfield despite the shambolic attempt to sign the Southampton defender in June. Liverpool were gloating openly over signing the 26-year-old, despite having made...

Man City might teach Man United the value of spending big, spending early

The FC boys talk where Sergio Aguero stands with Manchester City as rumours swirl about more attacking talent being brought in to the Etihad.

They say in Manchester that "we do things differently here," and that maxim certainly applies to how the city's two football clubs have acted in the transfer market this summer. While Manchester City have dug deep and largely paid over the odds for players to get deals done, Manchester United have played a game of patience, attempting to chip away at a selling club's resolve in order to pay what they believe to be market value for their transfer targets.

Some might argue that Romelu Lukaku, whose...

Manchester City 4-1 Real Madrid: Five lessons learned from their ICC clash

Manchester City netted the game's first four goals and never looked back as they defeated Real Madrid 4-1 at the LA Coliseum.
International Champions Cup: John Stones (67') Manchester City 3-0 Real Madrid
International Champions Cup: Raheem Sterling (59') Manchester City 2-0 Real Madrid
International Champions Cup: Nicolas Otamendi (52') Manchester City 1-0 Real Madrid
International Champions Cup: Brahim Diaz (82') Manchester City 4-0 Real Madrid

LOS ANGELES -- Manchester City cruised to a comfortable 4-1 win over Real Madrid in their International Champions Cup clash. Here's what we learned:

1. Change of style helps Man City ease to victory

Manchester City secured an emphatic victory over Real in Los Angeles, earning a win that will offer a morale boost going into the new season. They did so by being more direct than they were during Pep Guardiola's first season in charge, getting the ball forward more quickly rather than with a long...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

OnScene: ICC updates from Barcelona vs. Man Utd, Man City vs. Real Madrid

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in the United States for the International Champions Cup preseason tournament.

Stay in touch with everything we've been getting up to ahead of Barcelona vs. Manchester United in Washington, D.C., and Manchester City vs. Real Madrid in Los Angeles. 

The man of the moment scores again!

Time to eat

Real Madrid v Manchester City, pre-match meal, LA.

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Welcome to FedEx Field!

A glimpse into LA's soccer future

LA FC, set to kick-off in MLS in 2018...

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Talking transfers?

Neymar on the spot

Messi = popular!

Mark on the streets of LA

8.30pm, Downtown LA, in all its faded glory...

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Danny boy trains with his new team

Madrid...