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Kane's cameo impresses but England's Carrick has a calming influence

Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling scored their first international goal for England as the Three Lions earned a 4-0 win against Lithuania and remain perfect in Group E.
The ESPN FC crew react to England's solid performance against Lithuania at Wembley Stadium and whether it will continue.

LONDON -- Of course, the headlines were all Harry Kane's, and this was not the night when Wayne Rooney entered England's legend as his country's record goalscorer. He is on 47, two short of Sir Bobby Charlton. Five wins from five, Roy Hodgson's England are ruthlessly ticking over in Euro qualifying.

Kane, victim to Hodgson conservatism when consigned to the bench, seized his chance. This is truly his time. In the dug-out, Rooney, who had given way for Kane, smiled as the next big thing scored from...

Ukraine win positions Spain for Euro qualification, still work to do

Alvaro Morata scored his first goal for Spain to give La Roja a 1-nil victory over Ukraine.
The ESPN FC crew assess Spain's performance against Ukraine and if it's good enough for the European Championship.

Alvaro Morata got the only goal, and fellow youngster Isco impressed, but Spain's 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifying win over Ukraine on Friday night did not exactly suggest a bright new dawn for La Roja.

The game began as Spain coach Vicente del Bosque presumably hoped, with his bet to play the emerging star duo in central attacking roles paying off. Juventus centre-forward Morata's clever movement was causing the visiting defence plenty of problems, while Madrid playmaker Isco was revelling in a No. 10...

Miguel Herrera must reclaim CONCACAF for Mexico

Mexico last claimed the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2011, defeating the United States 4-2 in the final.
Mexico last claimed the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2011, defeating the United States 4-2 in the final.

LOS ANGELES -- Let's put an end to all this confusion and to the Utopian idea that Mexico is searching for two national teams for the summer. Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera's first and only assignment is to regain supremacy in the CONCACAF region.

It can all be summed up by one simple fact: Herrera has never managed an official game in Mexico's footballing region. He ensured the country's passage to the World Cup in Brazil against New Zealand in a playoff scenario governed by FIFA rather than...

Who will make progress on the road to France 2016?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth is back with a special offering of his tips, Euro qualifiers edition!

Northern Ireland to avoid Sunday blues

From a British point of view, Northern Ireland have been the revelation of the first four matches in qualifying for Euro 2016 and they have a golden chance to push their chances of a place in the finals by beating Finland in Belfast on Sunday.

A narrow defeat in Scotland in a midweek friendly should not have dented their confidence and though it's the first ever full international Northern Ireland have ever played at home on a Sunday, the atmosphere should inspire...

 By Sid Lowe

Copa del Rey final venue, Barcelona's Camp Nou, not decided without a fight

The Camp Nou will host the 2015 Copa del Rey final, a decision that's been a long time coming in Spain.

And so the soap opera comes to an end, and what fun it was. So much fun, in fact, that we'll do it all over again next year. Same time, same place. Or should that read "different time, different place" instead? Not long after one Seville-based sports newspaper announced that the Copa del Rey final would be held at Real Betis' Benito de Villamarin stadium, the Spanish football Federation announced that the Copa del Rey final will be held at FC Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium on May 30.

Athletic...

Marquinhos' new PSG deal is a shrewd move for the club's future

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says controversies won't bring him down, and he will stay at the top.

Before Brazil's 3-1 win over France at Stade de France on Thursday, Paris was alight with chatter about one of the Selecao's star defenders in Marquinhos. However, the Paris Saint-Germain man was not in action against Les Bleus because of an injury picked up after a gruelling few weeks leading into the international break as the defending French champions fight for success on four fronts.

The reason for Marquinhos being the focus of much of the pre-match discussion was the fact that PSG made it official...