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Trending: Podolski's 'dream' end for Germany, Chape thank Barcelona

With his international career coming to a close, the FC crew shower Lukas Podolski with praise for his stellar career.

GERMANY: Lukas Podolski admitted the end to his international career with Germany was "like a film" after scoring the winner for his country with a stunning strike to beat England 1-0 in an international friendly.

- Germany boss Joachim Low called Wednesday's friendly against England a beneficial one for his side.

ENGLAND: Gareth Southgate described Lukas Podolski's farewell goal for Germany as a "fairytale," but insisted it would not overshadow the positives from England's 1-0 defeat...

Chile will try to end Argentina's recent recovery in World Cup qualifiers

Lionel Messi's absences have hurt Argentina in this World Cup qualifying cycle.

Chile will try to end Argentina's recent recovery in 2018 World Cup qualifying when the teams meet Thursday night in Buenos Aires.

Argentina have won just once in their last five qualifiers, having defeated Colombia 3-0 at home in the most recent round in November.

Chile, meanwhile, are unbeaten in their last five games, with a win over Iceland in China in January as well as victories against Peru and Uruguay.

FiveThirtyEight's Soccer Power Index (SPI) gives host Argentina a 62 percent chance of a victory.

Argentina have struggled in the competition without Lionel Messi, who has played in just...

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Transfer Talk: Barcelona to offer Isco huge fee for 2018 transfer

Isco has already seen his role reduced under Zinedine Zidane and may find another year at Real Madrid hard to tolerate.

Real Madrid star Isco has just one year left on his contract, and El Pais believes Barcelona will offer the Spaniard a lucrative bonus to resist a move this summer and move to the Camp Nou on a free transfer.

For more on Isco's future, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Gianluigi Buffon is far from finished after 1,000 games between the posts

Buffon is in the form of his life and doesn't want to retire until he gets another shot at the Champions League.

As Juventus flew to Portugal last month for the first leg of their round-of-16 tie with Porto, a club official approached Gigi Buffon and congratulated him. The Juventus captain was about to make his 100th appearance in the Champions League. "I'll be honest with you. I was a little upset about it," he joked. "I thought I had played a lot more of them. Let's just say it was a terrible blow to my ego."

It could have been more too. As his agent, (and former Genoa, Torino and Lazio keeper) Silvano...

Griezmann, Costa, Mbappe and more to move in 2017 'summer of strikers'

Could 2017 summer transfer window be the 'summer of strikers', with several high-profile names potentially moving clubs?

Modern football can seem like a game of false nines and No. 10s, attacking midfielders and inverted wingers, but 2017 threatens to be the summer of the striker -- not so much on the pitch but in the transfer market.

Sometimes a window acquires a theme. January 2017 was defined by Chinese spending, the summer of 2016 was notable for Paul Pogba's world-record move to Manchester United, and those of 2009, 2013 and 2014 were significant for the footballing talent races between Real Madrid and Barcelona,...

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France and England cruising to World Cup in Russia, Portugal can't slip up

The ESPN FC crew discuss criticisms of UEFA's World Cup qualifying format.

The UEFA qualifiers for World Cup 2018 reach their halfway stage at the weekend but who has one foot in the finals already, and who has it all to do?

In the driving seat

France sit three points clear at the top of Group A and with their nearest rivals facing tougher assignments, have an excellent chance of improving their position away at Luxembourg. The minnows have improved in recent years and ran both Sweden and the Netherlands close at home for long periods on previous matchdays. All eyes, though,...