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Mexicans Abroad: Jimenez opens account

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 Posted by David Usher
16 minutes ago

Defensive solidity the key for Liverpool at Basel

Swiss champions and current league leaders FC Basel train at their St. Jakob-Park ground on the eve of the Champions League Group B clash with England's Liverpool.

Liverpool head to Switzerland this Wednesday to the scene of one of their biggest Champions League disappointments. In November 2002 Gerard Houllier's side travelled to St Jakob Stadium knowing that nothing but a win against FC Basel would be good enough to ensure qualification from a group that they had been expected to come through with ease. The Reds were strong favourites to progress but were embarrassed as Basel raced into a shock 3-0 lead and then withstood a storming Liverpool fightback...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
33 minutes ago

Mexicans Abroad: Raul Jimenez opens Atletico account

The relief and joy on the face of Raul Jimenez was palpable after the Mexican striker tallied his first goal for Atletico in Saturday's romp over Sevilla.
The relief and joy on the face of Raul Jimenez was palpable after the Mexican striker tallied his first goal for Atletico in Saturday's romp over Sevilla.

Last Saturday, Raul Jimenez scored his first-ever goal for Atletico Madrid. Immediately after securing the team's fourth goal of the game, Jimenez began to passionately yell and celebrate in a way that truly symbolized the relief of finally scoring in Spain.

The striker had been dealing with criticism from fans for his past "allegiance" to their rivals, Real Madrid, and needed not only a goal for himself, but one to prove to his fans that his heart is with Atletico.

- Corrigan: Jimenez opens...

 Posted by Musa Okwonga
about an hour ago

Reflecting on David de Gea's impact as he nears his 100th game at Man United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Louis Van Gaal should worry about his tactics, rather than thinking about who will be replacing him.

This weekend, David de Gea will play his 100th game for Manchester United; and, given that he was at one point the target of unrelenting media criticism, he may want to reflect on how far he has come. If he does so, there is much to enjoy in reminiscing.

Of course, there are the obvious highlights, such as the 1-1 draw away to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League in the 2012-13 season, when De Gea displayed the type of reflexes of a man who could catch a flea with his chopsticks. The save that...

 Posted by Graham Hunter
2 hours ago

Luis Enrique brings Guardiola's most dangerous weapon back to Barca

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Lionel Messi's form has made others around him better and react to his 400-career-goal milestone.

You may be wondering what's special about the Guadiana River.

I guess it's not often that a Champions League coach makes geographical or topological references during a prematch press conference in order to emphasise a footballing point. But Luis "Lucho" Enrique ain't just anyone.

During the manager's Parc Des Princes appearance Monday afternoon ahead of Barcelona's Champions League tie at PSG, the Asturian drew on what every Spanish kid learns in geography class in schools from the Basque country...

 Posted by Chris Wright
5 hours ago

Hertha Berlin keeper complains after being bullied by Augsburg's ball boys

Thomas Kraft
Thomas Kraft was not a happy man this weekend.

Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Thomas Kraft has openly complained about the intimidation tactics being used by FC Augsburg's ball boys after the two sides met in the Bundesliga on Sunday afternoon.

Kraft conceded the penalty that subsequently saw Augsburg's Paul Verhaegh score the goal of the game from the spot, but it wasn't the penalty call or the slim margin of defeat that rankled the 25-year-old keeper after the game -- it was the "insulting" conduct of the ball boys stationed behind his net.

"The...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
6 hours ago

Defensive solidity and an impressive Arnautovic give Stoke a platform

Stoke hadn't scored a goal at home until Peter Crouch's header found the back of the net to send the Magpies packing.

It was a case of third time lucky for Mark Hughes as he watched his Stoke side bag their first home goal and win of the season with a 1-0 win Monday over an increasingly despondent Newcastle side.

The result further piles the pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew, who faced abuse from the stands on both sides of the pitch. While Stoke had less possession, their chances were clear-cut, with the pace and wizardry of Victor Moses a constant thorn in the Magpies' side. Having scouted the Potters...