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Why Pochettino should stay put

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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

West Ham strike late to knock misfiring Liverpool out of the FA Cup

Angelo Ogbonna's dramatic late header put West Ham in the FA Cup fifth round at Liverpool's expense.

LONDON -- Three points from West Ham's dramatic 2-1 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round replay at Upton Park.

1. Ogbonna sinks Liverpool at last

Penalties loomed, inexorably, and West Ham were holding on for dear life. Two minutes of added time were signalled following the 120th minute. Respite had been bought. Lucas Leiva, outstanding for the long night as an emergency Liverpool centre-back, committed a tired foul.

When Dimitri Payet has the dead ball at his feet, Upton Park expects...

 By Paul Murphy

Thai clubs Muang Thong and Chonburi knocked out of ACL

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Muang Thong were handed a 3-0 defeat by Shanghai SIPG on Tuesday.

Thailand will have just one representative in the group stages of the AFC Champions League again this year and the growing gap with their East Asian rivals makes it difficult to imagine more Thai Premier League (TPL) clubs reaching the later stages any time soon.

TPL clubs Muang Thong United and Chonburi's hopes are over after their playoff matches at Shanghai SIPG and FC Tokyo ended in defeat.

Muang Thong at least held on to their dignity as they put up a good fight against the big-spending Chinese...

 By Nayib Moran

Pachuca youngsters take center stage for Mexico vs. Senegal

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio's main objective in Wednesday's friendly against Senegal is to give playing time to 17 out of the 21 players who made the trip to Miami.

These last several days have allowed Osorio and his coaching staff to interact with players who they have followed closely but had not previously called up. Several of them played a key role for Mexico's Under-23s, but the senior team is a different matter, and the chance to impress must be grasped with both hands....

 By Michael Cox

Leicester City keep getting better as Premier League title race heats up

The ESPN FC crew discuss if Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri's style is the reason for their continued success in the EPL.

We should no longer be surprised by Leicester's continued excellent form but the manner with which they defeated previous title favourites Manchester City on Saturday was quite staggering. Having taken the lead following the game's first significant incident, Leicester continued to counter-attack dangerously and only looked under serious pressure in the final 10 minutes, perhaps when they thought the game was already won. Is complacency really going to be the factor that lets other sides back into...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich must avoid complacency against Bochum in cup

Pep Guardiola heaped praise on Robert Lewandowski for his constant professionalism.

Seventeen-time German Cup winners Bayern Munich face second-tier Bochum in a proverbial David versus Goliath clash on Wednesday with their sights set on sealing a seventh straight semifinal appearance.

Bayern battled past Bochum on the way to the 2011-12 final thanks to Arjen Robben's last-minute winner in a narrow 2-1 victory. Manuel Neuer, Holger Badstuber, skipper Philipp Lahm, and Arjen Robben are all survivors from that starting lineup, as well as David Alaba, who came on after the interval...

 By Mark Gleeson

Cape Verde emerging as a power in African football

Cape Verde are hoping to reach their first World Cup in 2018 in Russia.
Cape Verde are hoping to reach their first World Cup in 2018 in Russia.

FIFA's latest rankings have the Cape Verde Islands up to 33rd place in world football and a remarkable second on the African continent, below the Ivory Coast but above the other heavyweights of the continent, like Algeria, Ghana, Senegal and Nigeria. It is a most extraordinary achievement for one of the continent's smallest countries.

The island archipelago has a population of just over 500,000, have only a semi-professional domestic league and had not even competed in major tournament qualifiers...