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Corrigan: Five things we learned in La Liga

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 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
less than a minute ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop discuss Barcelona's start to the La Liga season and how Messi has produced more opportunities for the team.

Each week we will take a look at five things we learned from the weekend of La Liga action. This week, Barca's fine start continues and concerns for Atletico Madrid.

1. Equal opportunities Barca

Luis Enrique could not really have started any better at Barcelona -- Sunday's 5-0 win at Levante means the record so far in La Liga is four games, four wins, 11 goals for, zero goals conceded. There's also a four point lead over defending champions Atletico Madrid, with Real Madrid already six points off...

 Posted by John Culea
9 minutes ago

Fantasy follow-up: Week Five

Argentine Leo Ulloa ran rampant on Sunday with two goals for Leicester City against Manchester United.
Argentine Leo Ulloa ran rampant on Sunday with two goals for Leicester City against Manchester United.

Outstanding performances

Leo Ulloa, Leicester (5.9)
His brace over Manchester United ups the Argentine's goal count to five.

Papiss Cisse, Newcastle (5.4)
Played 22 minutes as a late substitute and scored two goals to temporarily save his manager's job.

Peter Crouch, Stoke (6.0)
Scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in the draw versus QPR.

Danny Welbeck, Arsenal (6.1)
Opened his account with a goal and an assist and is a fantasy value steal.

Mesut Ozil, Arsenal (7.7)
...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
about an hour ago

Algeria seeking to make history on the pitch, not the corridors of power

Nigeria are the African Nations Cup holders, with the hosts of the tournament running to 2023 recently announced by the Confederation for African Football.

Algeria are unlikely to host an African Nations Cup (ANC) for at least the next 10 years but they may have continental glory in their hands much sooner than that. After the Confederation for African Football announced that Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Gambia will stage the 2019, 2021 and 2023 games on Saturday, Algeria's oldest professional club, ES Setif, took the advantage in their Champions League semifinal against favourites TP Mazembe to ensure their weekend ended better than it started.

- Moonda:...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
2 hours ago

Five lessons from the Liga MX weekend

Mauro Boselli celebrates his goal which helped Leon end its three game losing streak.

It was quite nice to see some thrilling matches in the Liga MX -- especially considering the results from the previous set of games in week eight.

Two weeks ago, there was a total of six draws in eight Liga MX matches. Luckily for fans, the past few days only had one tie in the nine matches for week nine of the Apertura.

Leones Negros and Monterrey were the only two squads who weren't able to score a goal during the weekend. Even America, who were scoreless in three games, scored two goals which...

 Posted by Doug McIntyre
4 hours ago

U.S. Hot List: Chandler making his case, Johnson's new role

Gilberto scored a goal and set up another in Toronto FC's 3-0 victory over Chivas USA on Sunday.

With the national team's first extended training camp since the World Cup now less than two weeks away, here are a few details on how Jurgen Klinsmann's squad might shape up ahead of next month's friendlies against Ecuador and Honduras:

1. It will be big. As many as 30 players could be summoned for the double bill, although with MLS playoff races on a knife edge as the domestic season draws to a close, some of them could be excused for one of the two matches.

2. Because it's an official international...

 Posted by Simon Cambers
4 hours ago

Betting Blog: The latest tips ahead of the Capital One Cup

MK Dons are in the third round of the Capital One Cup after their incredible 4-0 win over Manchester United.

After the weekend's results in England, who would be a football tipster? (Don't answer that question!) An incredible set of results rendered reasoning and logic irrelevant but we have to get back to basics this week as some of those beaten sides prepare for tricky ties in the Capital One Cup.

The temptation, of course, is to look for underdogs to upset those Premier League teams who may be out of form or focusing more on other competitions and therefore fielding under-strength sides. But it's not...