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Qatar-owned La Cultural's Real Madrid clash could lead to better things

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses how Cristiano Ronaldo can turn around his slowest ever La Liga start.

A staple of each Spanish season is when a small lower division club "wins the lottery" and draws one of the La Liga giants in the Copa del Rey.

This year the TV cameras were at the ground of Segunda B side La Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa to capture the screams and cheers as the part-timers learned they would face Real Madrid in the round of 32.

Madrid's opponents this year are no ordinary minnows however, even though their 93 years of history includes just one season in the Primera Division. La...

Mourinho, Guardiola cannot afford a loss in Man United vs. Man City Part II

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Manchester United are a shambles under Jose Mourinho.

There is no such thing as a low key Manchester derby, not even when it's "only" the League Cup, but after the events of last weekend, Wednesday's clash will be even more intense than usual.

Two of the richest teams in the world are controlled by two of the finest managers in the world and neither side can afford to lose for fear of inviting levels of public criticism that will surely start to affect the dressing room.

Given that these two clubs were tipped by many fans and pundits to leave everyone...

 By Simon Kuper

Premier League's intensity comes at expense of quality vs. Europe's elite

Stewart Robson and Steve Nicol laud the intense nature of the Premier League, but is intensity at the expense of quality?
The ESPN FC crew discuss Pep Guardiola's comments that the Premier League is not as intense as other leagues.

"I hear a lot of times about the intensity in the Premier League when none of you have been in La Liga or the Bundesliga to know how intense it is," Pep Guardiola told a roomful of British journalists last week. He added, "I think the intensity in Italy and other places is quite the same." Then he took his Manchester City team to Barcelona and was thrashed 4-0.

Guardiola's words reawakened an old debate: Is the Premier League especially intense? And what does "intensity" even mean in soccer? I've...

Mexico Hot List: Fabian flying high with Frankfurt, Salcedo Fiorentina's force

Marco Fabian deserves a call-up to Mexico's roster for the match against the United States in Columbus, Ohio.

Time is running out for various Mexican players ahead of the national team's Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying opener against the United States on Nov. 11.

While big names like Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Hector Moreno will have nothing to worry about, several fringe options will be hungry to make a last-minute impact that could earn them call-ups to November's roster.

Keeping this in mind, let's take a look at the best and worst recent performances from some of the more noteworthy names...

MLS playoff rivals Toronto and Philadelphia face off on brink of history

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno previews a couple of the knockout round playoff matches in the MLS.

Wednesday's MLS Cup playoff opener features two of the more success-starved teams in the league's history.

On one side you have Toronto FC, who after reaching the postseason for the first time last year is finally getting to host a playoff game in its 10th season. On the other you have the Philadelphia Union, who reached the playoffs this year for the first time since 2011, and just the second time since joining the league in 2010. Total combined playoff games between the two teams? Three, with...

U.S. Hot List: John Brooks back to full fitness, Brad Guzan frozen out

Pulisic strikes again! ESPN FC's Ross Dyer is back to fill you in on all the latest from American footballers abroad.

With less than two weeks to go before U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann names his 23-man roster for November's pivotal World Cup qualifiers against Mexico and Costa Rica, here's a look at how nine Americans vying for spots have been faring recently with their club teams.

Warming up

John Brooks, DF, Hertha Berlin

Why he's here: Brooks started Hertha's last two games -- including Saturday's 2-1 win over Cologne -- after serving as an unused substitute following his return earlier this month from...