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Raul Jimenez shines for Benfica

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Benfica striker Raul Jimenez on point for Mexico's European contingent

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down Chivas' 3-0 win over Club America in Mexico's Clasico Nacional.
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Raul Jimenez was Benfica's star on the night as he helped his team to a 3-1 win over Nacional.

This week's European action saw one Mexican stand tall among the rest. Raul Jimenez has finally found himself at Benfica and is proving to be a key player for the Portuguese giants.

After initially appearing as a backup for Benfica manager Rui Vitoria, the second half substitute stood out with an equalizing penalty against Setubal that secured a 1-1 draw on Aug. 21. One week later, Jimenez was given his first start of the Portuguese season and later justified Vitoria's decision through an excellent...

 By Tim Vickery

Questions loom over Argentina ahead of Bauza's first match in charge

ESPN FC's Craig Burley takes issue with Lionel Messi's sudden return to the national team.

The weekend before international dates is always a stressful time for national team bosses, worrying about their players getting injured in action for their clubs.

Coaches of South American national teams have extra causes for concern, with the continent's Russia 2018 qualification campaign entering into its second third.

Their star players face long flights back from Europe and there is virtually no time available to get them together on the training ground. In the previous campaign, the games...

 By Max Hicks

Leroy Fer and Mo Barrow show promise despite Swansea defeat

Francesco Guidolin praised Claudio Ranieri, Jamie Vardy and the rest of the Leicester squad after his side's 2-1 loss.

Swansea showed some glimpses of what is to come despite going down 2-1 to defending champions Leicester City on Saturday.

Jamie Vardy and Wes Morgan gave the home team a two-goal lead before Leroy Fer pulled one back for Swansea in the 81st minute.

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Positives

The better second half was evidence that this side has some self-belief, and the continuing good work of Mo Barrow gives at least one reason to be optimistic despite Swansea having now lost two of their opening three matches.

Negatives

Watching...

 By Terry Daley

Thomas Vermaelen rates 4 out of 10 in another Roma horror show

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Thomas Vermaelen, left, has made a slow start to his career at AS Roma.

Roma continued their nightmare week by throwing away a two-goal lead in the final seconds to draw 2-2 at newly promoted Cagliari.

A first half Diego Perotti penalty and Kevin Strootman's first Serie A goal since January 2014 less than a minute after the restart weren't enough to take the three points back to the Italian capital, and Roma face yet another inquest.

How can Luciano Spalletti's side even dream of challenging an all-conquering Juventus when they continue to show the same psychological...

No offense: New England Revolution shut out for fourth straight game

Bradley Wright-Phillips' goal in the 55th minute proved to be enough as the NY Red Bulls defeated the Revolution 1-0.

For the fourth straight game, the slumping New England Revolution were unable to find the back of the net in Sunday's 1-0 loss to the surging New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.

Bradley Wright-Phillips took advantage of a defensive breakdown deep inside the Revolution box and ushered it past a helpless Brad Knighton to give the Red Bulls the lead in the 55th minute. It was Wright-Phillips' 16th goal of the season, which put him in a three-way tie with Sebastian Giovinco and David...

Luiz catastrophic, Rabiot shines as PSG suffer shock defeat to Monaco

Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery concedes his side did not control the beginning of the game against Monaco.

STADE LOUIS II, MONACO -- Sunday's effort was surprisingly poor from Paris Saint-Germain, who were tactically outclassed and suffered their earliest Ligue 1 defeat in a season since Qatar Sports Investments' (QSI) debut campaign of 2011-12.

Positives

Adrien Rabiot impressed again for the French champions, and although he finished on the losing side, he is growing in maturity with each match. Marco Verratti finally started a game, and playing 69 minutes was a big boost ahead of an important run of...