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Hull fall flat in late Stoke loss

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Hull fall flat in late loss at Stoke

Super-sub Peter Crouch came off the bench to give Stoke an invaluable three points against Hull.

There were a number of statistics that told the tale of Hull City's drab 1-0 loss to Stoke City on Saturday. At no stage did the Tigers muster a single shot on target, only one overall, and not until the 91st minute did they win their first corner. Theirs was a defeat without a punch being thrown.

Under the circumstances, it was a perplexing demise. This was a City side supposedly on the crest of a wave after seven points from their previous three games. The pressure had been released with a rapid...

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Chelsea's new trophy, Real Madrid's slip, World Cup timing, MLS strike

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Chelsea's dominant performance against Tottenham on their way to claiming the Capital One Cup trophy.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Chelsea knocked off Tottenham 2-0 at Wembley Stadium to win the Capital One Cup, Jose Mourinho's first piece of silverware since returning to Stamford Bridge. Blues' captain John Terry called the win massive and hinted it could spur them on to more success this season.

Will win propel Chelsea to Prem and Champs Lge trophies?


In one of the most entertaining games...

Suarez, Rakitic and Bravo prove their worth in Barcelona's win over Granada

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson recaps Barcelona's comfortable win over Granada.

Barcelona had to rely on Luis Suarez, Ivan Rakitic and Claudio Bravo, three of their summer signings, on Saturday to beat Granada and make sure they kept pace with Real Madrid at the top of La Liga. The trio provided further proof that the club's former Sporting Director Andoni Zubizarreta got something right in preseason, despite being sacked by the club in January.

Three points were just what the doctor ordered for Barcelona at Granada, and although the 3-1 win was hard fought, certain players...

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Tottenham unable to summon any brilliance against Chelsea

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Chelsea's dominant performance against Tottenham on their way to claiming the Capital One Cup trophy.

Two deflections, two goals for Chelsea. A Christian Eriksen free kick that rattled the bar for Spurs. Sometimes games come down to fine margins, but only a die-hard Lilywhite would claim that Tottenham were unlucky in the Capital One Cup final. In all the key areas, Chelsea were just that bit better and the right team won.

The loss will hurt, though, because Spurs know that their London rivals were there for the taking. Chelsea have been on a run of indifferent form in the last few weeks, and...

Atletico defence helps salvage a point in Sevilla

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth weighs in on Atletico Madrid's nil-nil draw with Sevilla.

It was not pretty, but a much-changed Atletico Madrid managed to come away from their tricky trip to Sevilla with a very credible 0-0 draw that leaves them in third place, eight points above their opponents in fifth as the race for the four Champions League places approaches its business end.

While this might have been a third consecutive less-than-convincing away performance (see Celta Vigo and Leverkusen beforehand), Atleti went into the tie with confidence, given they were unbeaten in their...

Diego Costa's vintage performance leads Chelsea to Wembley glory

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Chelsea's dominant performance against Tottenham on their way to claiming the Capital One Cup trophy.

LONDON -- Roman Abramovich hasn't always had a lot of luck with big-money strikers at Chelsea. Signed for the first time 11 years ago, Didier Drogba was clearly a palpable hit, while Fernando Torres offered mostly misses for 50 million pounds. Andrei Shevchenko was another crushing disappointment who never seemed more than a fraction of the player he had once been. Mateja Kezman, Adrian Mutu, Hernan Crespo, for one reason or another, none of them enjoyed the success his price tag implied.

But...