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Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Remi Garde and Villa staring relegation in the face after Watford loss

Remi Garde gave his reaction after Aston Villa's defeat to Watford.

The grim prospect of relegation seems increasingly likely after Villa's 3-2 home loss to Watford on Saturday. What a joyless, miserable campaign this has become. There's barely a result or performance for supporters to cheer, just defeat after defeat to digest.

Villa have struggled in the Premier League for the past few seasons but this is a new and chastening experience. Bottom of the table, with five points from 14 games and now 11 defeats in that time. It's beyond relegation form; it's close...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Cristiano Ronaldo retains lead over Lionel Messi after both men score

According to Rafael Benitez, Real Madrid's frontman Cristiano Ronaldo has freedom to play where he chooses.

Each week, ESPN FC projects and reviews the season-long scoring battle between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga.

Current goals total in La Liga: Ronaldo 9-4 Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo consolidated his five-goal lead over Lionel Messi as both men netted once at the weekend.

Ronaldo converted a penalty as Real Madrid won 2-0 at Eibar. Otherwise, it was a somewhat frustrating day for the Portuguese forward, who took nine shots but only managed to hit the target with two.


Injury-plagued Arsenal slip up in 1-1 draw at Norwich City

Injury-ridden Arsenal missed an opportunity to climb the table as they ended up sharing the points with Norwich City.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner explains that the injuries sustained by Alexis Sanchez and Laurent Koscielny are a cause of concern for Arsenal.

NORWICH, England -- Three points from Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Norwich City at Carrow Road in the Premier League on Sunday.

1. Arsenal slip up

Once again, Arsenal's rivals presented them with an opportunity. Once again, Arsenal failed to take it.

Of the Premier League's top five, only Manchester City won on Saturday. The Gunners had a chance to capitalise on the failures of Leicester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. But at a wet and windy Carrow Road, they fell short once again.


 By Rob Train

Pepe impresses but Ronaldo has off-day in Real Madrid win in Eibar

Real Madrid got back to winning ways with a 2-0 victory against Eibar on Sunday.

It certainly wasn't pretty but Rafael Benitez desperately needed a win and his Real Madrid side one carved one out in Eibar against a resolute, well-drilled side who did not give the visitors an inch.

Goals from Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo secured a 2-0 win that was absolutely essential after Barcelona had thrashed Real Sociedad 4-0 on Saturday to open up a nine-point advantage over Real in the table.

Benitez rang the changes in Eibar, bringing James in from the cold, benching Karim Benzema...

Castro and Aubameyang star as Dortmund get back to winning ways

Gonzalo Castro, middle, scored his first Bundesliga goal of the season as Borussia Dortmund cruised to victory.

Borussia Dortmund bounced back from consecutive defeats with a resounding 4-1 win over relegation-threatened Stuttgart.

The guests were playing under interim coach Jurgen Kramny for the first time, after Michael Zorniger was sacked in the week. However, from the third minute when Gonzalo Castro put Dortmund ahead, Stuttgart couldn't stop Thomas Tuchel's side.

The win was comfortable enough, although defensive lapses continue to be a regular problem for BVB, who started this game without captain...

 By John Crace

Toby Alderweireld and Mousa Dembele impress in Spurs' missed opportunity

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Tottenham missed a golden opportunity to close in on the leaders in their 0-0 draw against Chelsea.

It may be a measure of how far Tottenham have come under manager Mauricio Pochettino that a 0-0 draw against Chelsea can be described as a disappointment.

To see the away fans celebrating the final whistle as if they had won may give Spurs a measure of comfort and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho may curse himself for not being a little braver. With 20 minutes to go, Spurs were tired following their exploits against Qarabag in the Europa League on Thursday yet Mourinho kept his star striker, Diego Costa,...