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 By Jason Davis

Toronto rebounds, L.A. visits New York and goals aplenty on Saturday

Orlando City SC continued their winless run at home as Jozy Altidore scored two goals for Toronto FC.

Toronto FC arrived in Orlando a team squeezed by immense pressure built up over four straight losing performances. Rumors about the potential fate of their head coach exploded in midweek, a distraction that only added to the importance of the Sunday's match with Orlando City. The only way to release all that pressure, and put any speculation about Greg Vanney's job on hold, was to win.

TFC did just that, 2-0, with both goals coming from Jozy Altidore. Altidore put the ball in the net for the first...

New York Red Bulls barely hang on to top spot in MLS Power Rankings

The LA Galaxy took an early lead from the boot of Bradford Jamieson, but Felipe Martins' second-half strike would level the match at 1-1.

The New York Red Bulls were held to a 1-1 draw at home against the Los Angeles Galaxy, but still managed to hang on -- barely -- to the top spot in this week's MLS Power Rankings.

1. New York Red Bulls (no change)

The Red Bulls remain the league's last unbeaten team after tying the Galaxy, but sounded none too pleased about the result, mostly because it controlled much of the game.

2. D.C. United (+1)

Chris Rolfe is one of the cleanest strikers of the ball in MLS, and he was up to his...

 By Nick Miller

Can Eden Hazard reach heights of Lionel Messi and Ronaldo?

Eden Hazard was crowned the PFA Player of the Year on Sunday.

As with many things that the Chelsea manager says, you should probably consider what Jose Mourinho says about 24-year-old Eden Hazard with some caution. Like Pele changing his opinions depending on which country he's in, Mourinho's verdict on who the best player in the world is tends to alter as his job does; generally, the best player in the world is the best player at whatever club Mourinho manages.

In Mourinho's first spell at Chelsea, Frank Lampard was informed (while he was showering) that...

 By Simon Curtis

Man City stagnation hits home in season of underachievement

Substitute Fernandinho struck a late winner as Manchester City killed off an Aston Villa comeback to claim a frantic 3-2 victory at the Etihad Stadium.

On Monday morning, Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City sit in second place in the Premier League table -- level on points with Arsenal but ahead on goal difference, albeit one game behind. After seeing off Aston Villa 3-2 at the weekend, just, the Chilean was then widely quoted as saying: "It is no shame if City finish second."

Indeed, City have spent the majority of the season in second. Even during a brief spell at Christmas when they caught leaders Chelsea and -- with identical points, goal difference...

 By Chris Wright

Goalkeeper scores vital 93rd-minute winner in German second tier

Knowing that a draw would put a severe dent in his team's quest to make it into the Bundesliga, RB Leipzig goalkeeper Fabio Coltorti took it upon himself to keep the German second division club's aspirations alive during their recent game against fellow promotion hopefuls SV Darmstadt 98.

With Leipzig (who are chasing the fourth promotion of their brief six-year existence) having won a late corner in the 93rd minute, Coltorti charged upfield in an attempt to wreak a bit of havoc in the opponent's...

Real Madrid show fighting spirit, Barca ease to win - Five things from La Liga

The ESPN FC crew discuss the La Liga title race, and unanimously predict that Barcelona will not drop points in their remaining fixtures.

Five thoughts gleaned from the weekend's action, as Barcelona eased past Espanyol and Real Madrid showed some fighting spirit against Celta Vigo.

1. Barca focus spot on

The Catalan capital derbi at Espanyol looked a potentially tricky one for Barcelona. The previous day's Champions League semifinal draw had set up Josep Guardiola's emotional return to the Camp Nou with Bayern Munich in just 10 days' time. Saturday was also the first anniversary of the death of former Blaugrana coach Tito...