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 By Andy Mitten

Rashford praised by former Man United players following Hull winner

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford provided the top moment of the week with his game-winner against Hull City.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford reflects on his game-winning goal against Hull City.

When Marcus Rashford's late winner hit the net at Hull, the crazy celebrations were not confined to a raucous 3,000 travelling Manchester United fans in the away end at the KCOM Stadium. Six hundred miles across the North Sea, 1,000 supporters fans erupted in The Scotsman.

The four-level pub is located on Oslo's main shopping street and is busy whenever the club play, with almost all of the games televised. On Saturday, it had been hired out by for 35th anniversary celebrations by United's Scandinavian...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sterling, Lewandowski and Belotti lead the Player Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the latest batch of player power rankings.

Also receiving votes: Toni Kroos, Joao Moutinho, Sami Khedira, Davy Klaassen, Alexis Sanchez.

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

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 By Tony Evans

Raheem Sterling playing like a man with a point to prove at Man City

The ESPN crew discuss Raheem Sterling's wonderful start to the Prem season and whether Pep Guardiola is the key to his form.
Take a look back at all the stats behind Manchester City's 3-1 win over West Ham United, where Raheem Sterling headlined.

The redemption of Raheem Sterling has begun. Just two months on from being one of the scapegoats for England's failure in the Euros, the 21-year-old has started the Premier League season like a man with a point to prove.

For some, the Manchester City winger will always symbolise what is wrong with the game. His struggles in France were the culmination of two years of growing pains. In his final year at Liverpool, Sterling made more headlines for his undignified exit strategy than for his performances...

 By Jason Davis

FC Dallas No. 1; Red Bulls boot NYCFC from top three in MLS Power Rankings

Steven Taylor discusses the rivalry match with Seattle, the Portland atmosphere, and his first club goal.

A clutch 3-1 road win against the Houston Dynamo and several losses by top-five teams have FC Dallas back on top of our Major League Soccer Power Rankings.

1. FC Dallas (+3)
FCD bounced back from their loss to Real Salt Lake with a resounding 3-1 win on the road in Houston. Midfielder Michael Barrios provided danger from the wing and produced a two-goal performance in Fabian Castillo's absence.

2. Toronto FC (-1)
Just as quickly as they charged into the top spot, the Reds have dropped out thanks...

Man City's work in progress, PSG lose, Arsenal's buys, Rashford debate, more

The ESPN crew discuss Raheem Sterling's wonderful start to the Prem season and whether Pep Guardiola is the key to his form.

If counting the Champions League playoff round, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have five wins in five games. Perhaps just as important, we've seen moments of breath-taking, free-flowing football, exactly as advertised by those who view Guardiola as a revolutionary genius.

What's more, despite heavy summer spending, City have been doing it mostly with guys Guardiola inherited. Gabriel Jesus and Marlos Moreno are still in South America, and Claudio Bravo has only just been signed, while Leroy Sane...

 By Ed Alvarez

Luka Modric continues to thrill for Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane insists Real Madrid can and will improve.

Last Saturday, Luka Modric reached his fourth anniversary playing for Real Madrid. To cynical ears, his words after his team's 2-1 victory over Celta may have sounded exactly what you would expected from the Croatian maestro, perhaps a bit too much like a PR statement.

"These have been four wonderful years, I'm very happy here and I hope I can play many more years in this club. We've won a few titles and I'd like to win a lot more," he said.

However, those who follow the team not only on the pitch,...