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Brewin: Reds crash again at Palace

The Match about an hour ago
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 By David Usher
41 minutes ago

Player Ratings: Abject all round as Liverpool reach a new low

Liverpool's Selhurst Park nightmare continued as they slumped to a demoralising but predictable 3-1 loss to a fired-up Crystal Palace.

Liverpool do not look capable of beating anybody in their current state. Leaky in defence and toothless up front, the visit of the Reds was just what the doctor ordered for struggling Crystal Palace and so it proved as the hosts prevailed 3-1 to ramp up the pressure on Brendan Rodgers.

Ricky Lambert's first goal for his boyhood club gave Liverpool the perfect start but it all went downhill from there, as Dwight Gayle picked up where he left off in April by poaching an equaliser soon after and the...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
about an hour ago

Three Points: Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson weighs in on Liverpool's latest defeat and the real problem they're facing.

LONDON -- Three quick points from a rainy Selhurst Park as late goals from Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak gave Crystal Palace a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday:

Liverpool crash again

Perhaps the driving rain could hide the tears this time, but it was another disheartening day for Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool. It is becoming a familiar feeling, so maybe there is now no need for emotional outbursts of disbelief. Instead, there is a growing swell of acknowledgement that the club's chance was missed...

 By Ben Jacobs
2 hours ago

Foxes' draw with Sunderland had the hallmarks of a Championship fixture

Nigel Pearson's Leicester struggled to break down Sunderland on Saturday and have gone off the boil since beating Manchester United 5-3.

Leicester's bore draw with Sunderland might have ended a four-game losing streak, but it had the worrying feel of a Championship encounter.

Foxes' boss Nigel Pearson cited plenty of positives, especially the clean sheet, but it was a must win game. A point wasn't good enough and the manner it was achieved is cause for concern.

Leicester just aren't playing with any conviction. They are clearly capable of goals. They proved this against Manchester United (five), Arsenal (two) and Everton (two) but...

2 hours ago

David Moyes looks happy to be back after debut draw with Real Sociedad

David Moyes believes he can improve Real Sociedad, after watching his new side earn a goalless draw at Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga.

A CORUNA, Spain -- Many fans, pundits and neutrals have wondered how new Real Sociedad coach David Moyes' "British-style" tactics and old-school managerial approach will work on the apparently more technical La Liga stage. But his debut game in charge turned out to be more about whether Moyes could survive a rainy Saturday in Galicia.

Moyes' game-day preparations took their first hit when the team's early morning plane was unable to land in La Coruna due to a storm. Speaking to ESPNFC.com in the...

 By Mina Rzouki
2 hours ago

Pogba's performance has Juve purring as Old Lady batter Lazio

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri hailed the performance of Paul Pogba in Juventus' 3-0 victory over Lazio.

They were expected to suffer but Juventus comprehensively defeated Lazio 3-0 on Saturday night to send a clear message to rivals Roma that the champions remain the best team in Italy.

Under Antonio Conte, we witnessed the emergence of a professional and determined Juve side who were both cynical and professional. Now under the tutelage of Massimiliano Allegri, we are witnessing an evolving side that is simply breathtaking to watch when in full flow. Impeccably intelligent, Juventus are not only...

 By Peter Thorne
3 hours ago

Hammers' fury after Allardyce's men denied a point at Everton

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce thought his side created many chances, but explained their inability to capitalise on resulted in their 1-2 loss to Everton.

It's typical in this most surprising of West Ham seasons that there are still some hardy perennials fans can rely on as (yet again) the Hammers came up short against Everton, going down 2-1 at Goodison Park on the back of a hotly disputed first goal from Romelu Lukaku.

This defeat will stick in the craw as it was a game the visitors deserved something from despite being shorn of the services of five regulars from the first team due to injuries sustained on international duty. The announcement of...