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U.S. Review: Remembering the best and worst of the Yanks in 2014

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman, and Alexi Lalas take a look at the United States men's national team's year as a whole following their recent defeats.

World Cup years are usually memorable for the teams involved and the United States national team was no exception. Jurgen Klinsmann's side was considered to be one of the most exciting teams in the Brazil. ESPN FC's U.S. writers reflect on their thoughts of the 2014 campaign. 

What was the highlight of the U.S.'s 2014?

Getting out of the group of the death:

Getting out of a highly difficult group at the World Cup has to top the list. Granted, this achievement was cemented on a day when the U.S. was beaten by Germany in the group stage...

 By Phil Lythell
26 minutes ago

Player Ratings: Perfect Fabregas caps off Chelsea masterclass at Schalke

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

Chelsea booked their place in the knockout rounds as winners of Group G with a 5-0 hammering of Schalke in Gelsenkirchen.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho showed his determination to guarantee his side's progression before the final group game against Sporting Lisbon by naming an unchanged line-up from the one that dominated West Bromwich Albion at the weekend. The visitors got down to business from the kickoff with Diego Costa stinging the palms of Ralf Fahrmann within the first minute. John Terry...

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Three Points: Roberto Di Matteo's Schalke routed by former club Chelsea

Chelsea thrash Schalke to clinch their spot in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

GELSENKIRCHEN -- In matchday five of Champions League group G, Roberto Di Matteo's present team faced his former one as FC Schalke 04 hosted Chelsea at the Veltins-Arena. The former Chelsea manager's German side suffered an embarrassing 0-5 defeat which also saw the London club secure its place in the round of 16.

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1. Roberto Di Matteo not out for revenge and does not get it

Two years on from his last day as the manager of Chelsea FC, the 44-year-old faced the club he led to their first Champions...

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Five Aside: Messi sets second scoring record in a week with hat trick

Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Champions League all-time goals leader with 72.

Lionel Messi scored his 72nd, 73rd and 74th Champions League goals Tuesday against APOEL Nicosia in Cyprus, breaking Raul's all-time record of 71 goals in the tournament.

Here are five stats on the Argentine's scoring record.

* The hat trick scored against APOEL was Messi's fifth career Champions League hat trick, two more than any other player in tournament history.

* In the 47 Champions League games where Messi has scored at least one goal, Barcelona is 38-2-7, losing to Celtic in 2012...

about an hour ago

Three Points: Man City vs. Bayern Munich

Sergio Aguero scored a hat trick to lead Manchester City to victory against 10-man Bayern Munich.

MANCHESTER -- Sergio Aguero's hat trick gave Man City a vital and improbable 3-2 win over Bayern Munich. Here are three points from their dramatic Champions League clash.

Superb Aguero keeps City alive

Where would Manchester City be without Sergio Aguero? In a season when all too many at the Etihad Stadium have underachieved, he has been excellent. And when they needed a hero against Bayern Munich, he was exceptional. He rescued their Champions League dream with magnificent timing and ice-cool...

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Messi legend grows with all-time Champions League scoring record

Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Champions League all-time goals leader with 72.

Lionel Messi added yet another record to his already legendary collection after scoring three goals in Tuesday's 4-0 victory for Barcelona against Apoel, taking his all-time Champions League tally so far to a mind-blowing 74, four ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and three ahead of former record-holder Raul Gonzalez.

Whenever Cules begin to feel that there is there is very little more that Messi can do to surprise them, the diminutive Argentinean strikes again, breaks yet another record and rises...