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Swans see red over ref decisions

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Leighton Baines' astounding offensive exploits have been overlooked

Roberto Martinez hails Everton's patience and composure in their 3-1 defeat of Burnley.

When it comes to streaks in football very few tend to be overlooked nowadays, be it from a team or individual's perspective.

The two that perhaps stand out in the Premier League right now involve goal-scoring exploits. West Ham's Diafra Sakho has scored in each of his six league starts this season while Aston Villa, as a collective, have failed to score in five. Elsewhere in Europe see Cristiano Ronaldo, who now scores in every game that he plays.

It's goal-scoring, or a lack thereof in the case...

 By Mark Lovell
28 minutes ago

Weakened Dortmund still a threat to Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola was pleased with his side's progress to the last-eight of the German Cup.

Let's clear one thing up before getting started. Bayern Munich versus Borussia Dortmund; yes, it is a big game, but it is far from "Der Klassiker". At the risk of showing my age, please keep this term reserved for the original Bayern v Borussia Monchengladbach in the 1970's. Alternatively, even Hamburg. Yes, Hamburg (HSV) were rather good at one time, especially with Kevin Keegan in their ranks. Bayern versus Dortmund is more the "modern-day Klassiker", as the rivalry is still relatively fresh...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
about an hour ago

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez lays down roots in Madrid

El diario El Mundo reveló la nueva residencia del mexicano en Madrid
On-loan striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez is renting this exclusive home in Madrid.

To prove his case that he will be more than a 'super-sub' for Real Madrid, striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, on a season-long loan from Manchester United, has laid down roots in Madrid's pricey Alcobedas district, renting a four-bedroom home worth a reported 7,000 euros ($9,000) per month in the exclusive area known as La Moraleja.

The 500-square meter home includes a gym,...

about an hour ago

Manchester City under pressure against Manchester United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley questions Manchester City's recent form following their latest slip-up in a 2-0 loss to Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup.

How quickly things can change. Ten days ago, Manchester United were the listing ship heading for stormy waters. Having required a late Daley Blind goal to salvage a point against West Bromwich Albion, what possible hope did they have against Chelsea and then Manchester City?

City had just annihilated Tottenham and, while they suffered the indignity of allowing a two goal lead to slip in Russia that ended in a 2-2 draw against CSKA Moscow in the Champions League, they had West Ham and Newcastle as...

 By Peter Thorne
about an hour ago

Sam Allardyce's high-flying West Ham prepare for battle at Stoke

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce praised his team's all-around performance in their victory against Manchester City.

Despite the initial doom and gloom surrounding Diafra Sakho's shoulder injury, it's likely the Senegal striker will be fit for West Ham's trip to Stoke this weekend -- although whether or not Sam Allardyce will risk the free-scoring forward is another matter.

Conflicting stories about the player have been circulating all week, but it has been confirmed that the injury suffered in the game against Manchester City last week is only soreness and bruising and not the dislocated shoulder originally feared....

 By Max Hicks
about an hour ago

Swansea see red after succession of questionable referee decisions

Swansea City manager Garry Monk highlights the questionable refereeing decisions his team has faced in the past week.

In the wake of Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Swansea in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night, many headline writers seem to have decided "world-class striker scores a goal" is somehow a newsworthy revelation.

Sure, Mario Balotelli hasn't really hit the Anfield turf running, but clearly the real story of the night was Keith Stroud's dismissal of Federico Fernandez a little over two minutes before Liverpool's late winner. Not nearly enough has been made of what was, in this writer's opinion, a game-changing...