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 By Nayib Moran

Dario Benedetto strike helps Club America sink Leon in MX playoffs

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Dario Benedetto's 78th minute strike sealed the 5-3 aggregate victory for America.

LEON, Guanajuato -- Dario Benedetto's grandiose finish sealed it off for Club America, where Las Aguilas lost 2-1 against Leon. The visitors may have suffered a loss, but they still advanced to the Liguilla semifinals after finishing with an aggregate score of 5-3.

The inclusion of Javier Guemez in the starting-eleven permitted America to close all of Leon's attacking spaces and frustrating Leon's Carlos "Gullit" Pena, Luis "Chapito" Montes, and Elias Hernandez.

Here are three takeaways from Saturday...

 By Tom Marshall

Andre-Pierre Gignac, excellent defense key for Tigres' success

Andre-Pierre Gignac has been excellent in his first season for Tigres.

Tigres are the first Apertura 2015 semifinalist after overcoming Chiapas 1-0 on Saturday and 3-1 on aggregate over the two legs of the quarterfinal. Here are three quick takes on the match:

1. Gignac steps up with another golazo

Andre-Pierre Gignac is on fire. And Chiapas will be sick of the sight of him.

It was the French international who made the difference again Saturday, netting another golazo to take Tigres into the semis. That makes it five goals for the 29-year-old in three games against...

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M'Baye Niang sparkles for AC Milan in Sampdoria victory

The ESPN FC panel talk Serie A and give their predictions for who they think will win the league.
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M'Baye Niang produced his best display in the Rossoneri colours.

After countless appearances in an AC Milan shirt in which he has failed to make a significant impact, M'Baye Niang finally made a decisive contribution Saturday night as he helped lead the Rossoneri to a 4-1 win over Sampdoria.

The 20-year-old scored twice and provided an assist for Giacomo Bonaventura in the rout, producing his best-ever performance for the club and justifying why there is so much belief behind the scenes in him.

Having failed to score in his previous 35 games for Milan, Niang...

Cavani, Ibrahimovic score as Paris Saint-Germain stroll to easy Troyes win

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc believes his team's 4-1 victory over Troyes will give his strikers confidence in future matches.

Paris Saint-Germain are Ligue 1's Autumn Champions after disposing of bottom side ESTAC Troyes 4-1 at Parc des Princes on Saturday.

There are still four matches left to go before Le Championnat's short midseason break, but Laurent Blanc's men have already secured the symbolic title and now boast a 15-point lead at the top of the table.

Goals from Edinson Cavani, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Layvin Kurzawa and Jean-Kevin Augustin ensured all three points for Les Parisiens on an emotional day in the capital...

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Cristiano Ronaldo, Pep Guardiola want Man United; Arsenal eye John Stones

According to Rafael Benitez, Real Madrid's frontman Cristiano Ronaldo has freedom to play where he chooses.

The winter window draws closer with each passing day, and the transfer rumour mill is starting to pick up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals here.

TOP STORY: Ronaldo, Pep to join forces at OT?

Cristiano Ronaldo appears to be edging closer toward the Real Madrid exit door with Rafa Benitez not exactly fighting to keep the Ballon d'Or holder. The Mirror reports that Ronaldo is ready to make a "sensational return" to Manchester United; the 30-year-old...

 By Jim Daly

Unsung hero James McArthur leads Crystal Palace past Newcastle

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew believes their victory against Newcastle United have put them back on track.

It was all about manager Alan Pardew on Saturday as Palace played Newcastle. It hasn't even been a year since he left the Magpies to move to Selhurst Park after a tumultuous five years at St James' Park so, understandably, all the world's media wanted to see how he would against his old team.

As it turns out, he did pretty well, guiding Palace to a thumping 5-1 win; their biggest ever Premier League victory and a result that takes them up to sixth in the table.

And while Pardew lapped up the...